Pueblo Blanco (Site Name Keyword)

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Archaeofaunal Remains from Pueblo Blanco (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tiffany Clark.

This chapter presents the results of an analysis of archaeofaunal remains from the 1999 and 2000 excavations at Pueblo Blanco (LA 51). Archaeological investigations by Arizona State University resulted in the recovery of a large, well-preserved faunal assemblage containing over 20,000 identified specimens from early, intermediate, and late period contexts. In this chapter, an overview of the taxonomic composition of the assemblage is first presented and diversity and proportional distributions...


Coding guide for Pueblo Blanco faunal remains (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Karen Schollmeyer

This is the coding key for the Pueblo Blanco fauna.


General Resources from the Long Term Vulnerability and Transformation Project
PROJECT Margaret Nelson. National Science Foundation.

Long-Term Coupled Socioecological Change in the American Southwest and Northern Mexico: Each generation transforms an inherited social and environmental world and leaves it as a legacy to succeeding generations. Long-term interactions among social and ecological processes give rise to complex dynamics on multiple temporal and spatial scales – cycles of change followed by relative stasis, followed by change. Within the cycles are understandable patterns and irreducible uncertainties; neither...


Pueblo Blanco Archaeological Project
PROJECT Katherine Spielmann. Arizona State University (ASU).

Archaeological investigations by Arizona State University in 1999-2000, directed by Katherine Spielmann and Billy Graves


Pueblo Blanco Ceramic Data (2003)
DATASET William Graves.

This dataset contains information on the ceramics recovered during the 1999-2000 ASU excavation seasons at Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico.


Pueblo Blanco faunal data (2000)
DATASET Tiffany Clark.

Excavations at Pueblo Blanco by Arizona State University resulted in the recovery of a large faunal assemblage containing a total of 64,733 specimens (Table 2). Approximately 32 percent of the assemblage, or 20,621 specimens, are considered identifiable. In this analysis, mammalian, avian, and reptilian fauna are classified as “identifiable” if the specimen can be classified to an order. Given the highly fragmented nature of fish bone, these remains are only identified to the class level.


Pueblo Blanco Faunal Report (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tiffany Clark.

Report on the fauna excavated from Pueblo Blanco in 1999 and 2000.


Pueblo Blanco Ground Stone (2003)
DATASET William Graves.

This dataset contains information on the ground stone artifacts recovered from the ASU 1999 and 2000 excavations at Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico.


Pueblo Blanco Lithics (2015)
DATASET Katherine Spielmann.

This dataset contains information on the chipped stone lithics recovered from Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico in ASU's 1999 and 2000 field seasons.


Pueblo Blanco Lot, Period, Context (2003)
DATASET William Graves.

This dataset provides square, level, temporal, and context information for each of the lot numbers assigned during the 1999-2000 ASU excavation seasons at Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico.


Pueblo Blanco Mineral Artifacts (2003)
DATASET William Graves.

This dataset contains information on the mineral 'artifacts' that were recovered during the 1999 and 2000 ASU excavation seasons at Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico.


Pueblo Blanco Miscellaneous Artifacts (2003)
DATASET William Graves.

This dataset contains information on miscellaneous artifact types, largely historic, recovered during the 1999 and 2000 ASU excavation seasons at Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico.


Pueblo Blanco Pot Lids (2003)
DATASET William Graves.

This dataset contains information on the pot lids (limestone disks) recovered during the 1999 and 2000 ASU excavation seasons at Pueblo Blanco, New Mexico.


Pueblo Blanco Projectile Points (2015)
DATASET William Graves.

This database contains information on the projectile points recovered in the 1999-2000 ASU excavations at Pueblo Colorado, New Mexico. The dataset creator is actually JS. The database was maintained by Graves.


Synthesis of Salinas Pueblo Glazeware Sources from Petrographic Analyses (2008)
DATASET Uploaded by: Stephanie Kulow

This spreadsheet presents counts of glazeware ceramics for each of the Salinas Pueblos organized by petrographically-determined production area