Final Report on the Excavation of Kite Pueblo, LA-199

Part of the Salinas Glaze A Pueblos project

Author(s): Alison Rautman

Year: 2011


This report presents the final description of the excavations at LA-199, Kite

Pueblo. Excavations during the summer of 1994 by Michigan State University formed part of a larger research program that investigated possible changes in economic organization and intergroup exchange during the time period when small pithouse communities in the Salinas area were changing in architecture and possibly in economic organization. It has been suggested that some of the changes during this time may result in a restructuring of regional social ties and exchange relationships.

Cite this Record

Final Report on the Excavation of Kite Pueblo, LA-199. Alison Rautman. 2011 ( tDAR id: 391788) ; doi:10.6067/XCV83779K5


Investigation Types
Data Recovery / Excavation

Geographic Keywords

Temporal Keywords
Pueblo IV period

Spatial Coverage

min long: -106.404; min lat: 33.684 ; max long: -105.418; max lat: 34.458 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Alison Rautman

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