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Additive Technologies Group Midlevel Research Design (1983)

DOCUMENT [ID: 374737] Eric Blinman.

This document is an extension of work begun by William A. Lucius, and its substance owes much to his foresight in the design of the Dolores Archaeological Program ceramic analysis system. Scott Travis authored a draft research design for ceramics which was helpful during the writing of portions of the present version. Dean Wilson and Rob Waterworth provided intense discussions of the interpretation of ceramic data, and their arguments and ideas have shaped and continue to shape...


The Anasazi Origins Project Digital Archives Initiative

PROJECT [ID: 376740] David M. Plaza.

The Anasazi Origins Project (AOP) was led by Cynthia Iriwn-Williams to investigate the antecedents of Ancestral Puebloans, which she called the Oshara Tradition, in the Arroyo Cuervo Region of northwestern New Mexico. This project was fundamental to the understanding of the Archaic period in the northern Southwest at a time when this area was understudied. One result of this monumental investigation is the enormous collection of artifacts, ecofacts, and contextual documents from its field...


The Anasazi Origins Project Digital Archives Initiative: Transferring a Legacy Dataset to a Living Document Using tDAR (2013)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391353] David M. Plaza.

The Anasazi Origins Project Digital Archives Initiative, funded by a Digital Antiquity grant-in- aid, is designed to ingest paper documents (site records, inventory sheet for notes, maps, publications, manuscripts, and presented papers) of the Anasazi Origins Project (AOP) Collection into the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR), an online international digital repository. Furthermore, an electronic database of the AOP paper documents was created and organized using the Laboratory of...


The Anasazi Origins Project Laboratory of Anthropology Database (2013)

DATASET [ID: 390882] David M. Plaza.

This database compiles data from the site records, inventory sheet for notes, and Administrative Report on the Status of the Anasazi Origins Project (AOP I) Collections Curated at Eastern New Mexico University of the Anasazi Origins Project. The Laboratory of Anthropology site record is used to organize this database.


Archaeological Investigations at the La Bajada (LA 9500) and La Bajada Annex (LA 9501) Sites; 1966, 1967, and 1970 (1982)

DOCUMENT [ID: 390832] Uploaded by: David M. Plaza

The following pages describe the work conducted by members of Eastern New Mexico University Anasazi Origins Project at two archaeological sites, LA 9500 (La Bajada) and LA 9501 (the La Bajada Annex), located approximately 27 kilometers southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr. Cynthia Irwin-Williams served as Principal Investigator for the Anasazi Origins Project, while the actual fieldwork discussed herein was conducted under the direction of Marshall Gettys and R. Bruce Grove. This report has...


Arizona State University: 1988 and 1990 Field Season Survey, Preliminary Reports (1991)

DOCUMENT [ID: 369320] Tammy T. Stone.

The 1988 and 1990 Arizona State University archaeological field schools were part of a continuing, long term research project in and around the Zuni Indian Reservation of west central New Mexico. This is a preliminary report on these two seasons. In addition to survey, excavation was carried out at two sites, the Hinkson Ranch Site and Heshotauthla. These excavations will be reported on elsewhere and are not the subject of this report other than a brief statement of their relationship to the...


Basketmaker III and Pueblo I Communities of Architectural Practice in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico

PROJECT [ID: 398689] Uploaded by: Kye Miller

This thesis investigates communities of architectural practice of Basketmaker III and Pueblo I period (AD 500-875) residents of the Chuska Valley in northwest New Mexico. The project files include the architectural database developed as part of the project and thesis.


Basketmaker III and Pueblo I Communities of Architectural Practice in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico (2015)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398690] Kye Miller.

This research investigates communities of architectural practice of Basketmaker III and Pueblo I period (AD 500-875) residents of the Chuska Valley in northwest New Mexico to understand social networks and levels of interaction among groups throughout the Colorado Plateau of the American Southwest. Understanding social networks and migration patterns during the late Basketmaker and early Pueblo periods can provide insight into early population aggregation, population movement, and regional...


Basketmaker III and Pueblo I Communities of Architectural Practice in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico (2015)

DATASET [ID: 398692] Kye Miller.

This coded database contains architectural information of Basketmaker III and Pueblo I pit structures in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico. See Miller's 2015 thesis entitled "Basketmaker III and Pueblo I Communities of Architectural Practice in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico" (file also available on tDAR).


Botanical Resources: Pollen (1985)

DATASET [ID: 6242] Uploaded by: Jesse Clark

The pollen dataset contains basic provenience data for each pollen sample collected. These data are accompanied by taxonomic classification and the grain count per taxon. Detailed locational information can be obtained by linking this dataset with the provenience dataset. Variables for the corn dataset have already been described by Wilshusen et al. (1999). In most cases, their descriptions are suitable for use as metadata and have been repeated almost verbatim here. Selected resources from the...


The Case for Archiving Legacy Archaeological Collections into tDAR: Digitizing Approaches for Preservation, Dissemination, and Access (2013)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391359] David M. Plaza.

Paper documents are a time proven technology for the preservation and dissemination of information. The advent of computers and the Internet have enhanced some basic concepts for which paper documents have traditionally been used, such as the management of information on an external platform. Some benefits of using computers are the speed and ease of aggregating and disseminating information. This research will review preservation methods on how to ingest a legacy archaeological collection into...


Ceramics: Temporal-Spatial Dataset (1988)

DATASET [ID: 6039] Uploaded by: Jesse Clark

The Additive Technologies Group (ATG) was responsible for supporting the broad research goals of the DAP through the implementation of mid-level research design governing the collection and analysis of data from “material culture that results from the technological combinations of a variety of raw materials” (Blinman 1986a:57). While these items include worked vegetal material (e.g., basketry and textiles), much of the work performed by the ATG relates to a large ceramic assemblage including...


Chronometric Dating (1985)

DATASET [ID: 6206] Uploaded by: Jesse Clark

The results of chronometric analysis on special specimen samples collected for dating can be found in this dataset. Samples are linked to basic provenience data such as site and field specimen number. The temporal range for each sample will be indicated by variables for earliest and latest dates. These variables give the innermost and outermost dates of wood submitted for dendrochronological dating and their corresponding Tree-Ring Lab symbols indicating how close the date provided is to the...


Cibola Prehistory Project (Project)

PROJECT [ID: 394635] Keith Kintigh. Andrew Duff. Greg Schachner. Matthew Peeples. Todd Howell.

Project for documents and data that pertain to more than one project among the following: El Morro Valley Prehistory Project, the Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project, the Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project, and the Upper Little Colorado Prehistory Project directed by Keith Kintigh, the Cibola Archaeological Research Project directed by Patty Jo Watson, Steve LeBlanc, and Charles Redman, and the Rudd Creek Archaeological Project directed by Todd Howell.


Cibola Prehistory Project - Summary Information on Excavated Sites (2015)

DOCUMENT [ID: 394634] Keith Kintigh. Matthew Peeples.

Summary information on sites excavated by CARP, EMVPP, OBAP, HARP, ULCPP, RCAP. Dates based on Peeples and Schachner (2012) Journal of Archaeological Science seriation and tree ring dates. Available tree ring dates also available on tDAR.


Cibola Prehistory Project Integrated Ceramic Data (2017)

DATASET [ID: 437819] Keith Kintigh.

Integrated dataset of ceramic survey and excavation data from CARP, OBAP, HARP, ULCPP, EMVPP, and RCAP projects. Dataset has provenience, collection type, ceramic type and ceramic form. It has 45,995 entries representing 242,592 potsherds. This integrated database was created using the public integration at https://core.tdar.org/workspace/integrate/930.


Cibola Prehistory Project Tree Ring Dates (2015)

DATASET [ID: 394657] Keith Kintigh.

Tree ring dates from projects associated with the Cibola Prehistory Project


Crow Canyon Archaeological Center fauna through 2008

PROJECT [ID: 4573] Jonathan Driver. Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University.

Faunal data collected by Jonathan Driver and graduate students from excavation projects conducted by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, through 2008. Nineteen Ancestral Puebloan sites in the Mesa Verde region yielded fauna and other remains, primarily from the Pueblo II and Pueblo III time periods. Items archived on tDAR include the faunal datasets, coding sheets, coding guides and related manuals, and PhD dissertations based on the fauna from these projects. Archaeological information and...


The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Field Manual (2001)

DOCUMENT [ID: 6111] Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.

Field manual used during the excavation and analysis of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center fauna (and other materials) through 2008. Supporting information is available at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's website, www.crowcanyon.org.


The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Laboratory Manual, Version 1 (2005)

DOCUMENT [ID: 6110] Scott Ortman. Erin L. Baxter. Carole L. Graham. G. Robin Lyle. Lew W. Matis. Jaime A. Mereweather. R. David Satterwhite. Jonathan D. Till.

Laboratory manual used during the excavation and analysis of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center fauna (and other materials) through 2008. Supporting information is available at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's website, www.crowcanyon.org.


Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Manual for the Description of Vertebrate Remains (2005)

DOCUMENT [ID: 4669] Jonathan Driver.

Coding guide and recording manual for CCAC faunal data through 2008. This manual includes a discussion of size categories used and criteria for assigning specimens to specific taxonomic levels.


Digitizing The Anasazi Origins Project: A Geodatabase (2013)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391428] David M. Plaza.

Archaeology is faced with the inheritance problem of managing legacy collections, partly due to the high expense of maintaining them. Often these datasets are unorganized, thus rendering them underutilized, and difficult to properly preserve or to integrate into the current archaeological dialogue. Unfortunately, this problem is a common issue. To address this problem, an examination of the condition of the records and artifacts of legacy archaeological collections is needed. In this thesis,...


The Dolores Archaeological Program

PROJECT [ID: 5398] Robert A. Bye. Christine K. Robinson. David A. Breternitz. Allen E. Kane. Steven E. James. Timothy A. Kohler. William D. Lipe. Bureau of Reclamation.

From 1978 until 1985 the University of Colorado contracted with the Bureau of Reclamation (Contract No. 8-07-40-S0562) to mitigate the adverse impact of a large water impoundment project on the cultural resources in the project area. This complex and evolving long-term mitigation plan known as the Dolores Archaeological Program (DAP) has been called a “truly unique chapter in American archaeology” (Breternitz 1993:118) and was applauded by Lipe (1998:2) for its ability to “increase the power and...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-005: Excavations at Sagehill Hamlet (Site 5MT2198), a Basketmaker III/Pueblo I habitation site. (1981)

DOCUMENT [ID: 394716] Nancy J. Hewitt.

Sagehill Hamlet (Site 5MT2198), a small Anasazi habitation located approximately 8 km northwest of Dolores, Colorado, was excavated during the summer of 1978 as part of the Dolores Project Cultural Resources Mitigation Program. Field operations were conducted during the months of August and September; a University of Colorado crew excavated and recorded a small pithouse and associated surface features. Site 5MT2198 was probably the domicile and home base of a single household group practicing...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-006: Dos Casas Hamlet (Site 5MT2193), In-House Report (1979)

DOCUMENT [ID: 394717] Joel M. Brisbin. Alice Emerson. Sarah Schlanger.

Dos Casas Hamlet (5MT2193) is a small Anasazi site-located approximately 8 km northwest of the small town of Dolores, Montezuma County, Colorado. During the summer of 1978. the University of Colorado excavated the site as part of first-year operations associated with the Dolores Cultural Resources Mitigation Program. These investigations resulted in the discovery and recording of two prehistoric pithouses and an associated arc of surface rooms and outdoor use areas to the north. The pithouses...

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