Prehistoric Settlement and Adaptation in the Ramah Valley, New Mexico

Author(s): Deborah M. Pearsall

Year: 1973

Summary

This paper will attempt to reconstruct the valley-wide systems of subsistence of six pueblos occupying a small valley in northwestern New Mexico around 1300 A.D. As any investigation of this nature must be, it is a hypothetical model, built using data rom a variety of sources, including archaeological excavation, settlement pattern analysis, ethnographic analogy, and the natural limitations of the environment.

Cite this Record

Prehistoric Settlement and Adaptation in the Ramah Valley, New Mexico. Deborah M. Pearsall. Undergraduate Thesis. University of Michigan, Anthropology. 1973 ( tDAR id: 458641) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8458641

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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1225 to 1350 (Based on Tree RIng Dates)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -108.476; min lat: 35.031 ; max long: -108.236; max lat: 35.174 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Steven LeBlanc; Charles Redman; Patty Jo Watson

Sponsor(s): National Science Foundation

Repository(s): Arizona State University (ASU)

Prepared By(s): Washington University

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