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Chaves-Hummingbird Archaeological Project

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This project consists of archaeological excavations conducted by Southern Methodist University, Arizona State University, and University of Colorado at Chaves-Hummingbird Pueblo (LA578), a large Pueblo IV settlement located in the Rio Puerco Valley of central New Mexico. As part of this project, archaeological materials were also analyzed from Pottery Mound Pueblo (LA416).

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Cite this Record

Chaves-Hummingbird Archaeological Project. ( tDAR id: 376124) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8V40WMV


Spatial Coverage

min long: -107.015; min lat: 34.843 ; max long: -106.779; max lat: 35.165 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Michael Adler ; L. S. Cordell

Field Director(s): Suzanne Eckert

Related Comparative Collections

Arizona State University Comparative Fauna Collection

Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-17 of 17)


  1. Chaves Hummingbird Faunal Coding Sheet (1998)
  2. Eckert, Suzanne, and Tiffany Clark (Ethniobiology Article) (2009)


  1. Chaves-Hummingbird (LA 578) Fauna (1998)
  2. Pottery Mound (LA 416) Fauna (2000)

Coding Sheets

  1. Chaves-Hummingbird Bone Artifacts (1998)
  2. Chaves-Hummingbird Bone Fusion (1998)
  3. Chaves-Hummingbird Butchering (1998)
  4. Chaves-Hummingbird Dorsal Ventral Portion (1998)
  5. Chaves-Hummingbird Element Identification (1998)
  6. Chaves-Hummingbird Fauna Condition (1998)
  7. Chaves-Hummingbird Faunal Burning (1998)
  8. Chaves-Hummingbird Faunal Fragmentation (1998)
  9. Chaves-Hummingbird Gnawing (1998)
  10. Chaves-Hummingbird Proximal Distal Portion (1998)
  11. Chaves-Hummingbird Side Identification (1998)
  12. Chaves-Hummingbird Taxonomic Identification (1998)
  13. Chaves-Hummingbird Time Phases (1998)
Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America