29SJ1360 (Site Name Keyword)

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Architecture and Material Culture of 29SJ1360 Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (1984)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Peter J. McKenna. H. Wolcott Toll.

In the summer of 1974, the Chaco Center, now the Division of Cultural Research, National Park Service, began its second season of field excavations in Chaco Canyon. The inventory survey of the canyon was essentially complete, and research emphasis had shifted to the study of Pueblo I sites. Excavation of 29SJ1360 (hereafter called 1360) was undertaken as part of an effort to examine the full temporal range of the canyon's Anasazi occupation. As it happened, excavations at 1360 did not produce...

Small Site Architecture of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Peter J. McKenna. Marcia L. Truell.

Chaco Canyon was made a national park to preserve and protect its spectacularly large ruins. There are about a dozen large sites in the central park area--" about a dozen," because there is considerable disagreement about the line separating the named tourist attractions ("towns") from the thousand or more smaller, largely anonymous Anasazi ruins ("small sites") that are also part of Chaco's archaeology. Some sites with names and interpretive trails are actually not that large; some of the...