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Prehistoric stone implements of northeastern Arizona

Richard B. Woodbury

Prehistoric stone implements of northeastern Arizona

by Richard B. Woodbury

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Published by Kraus Reprint Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stone implements -- Arizona.,
  • Indians of North America -- Implements.,
  • Hopi Indians -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard B. Woodbury. Cambridge, The Museum, 1954.
    SeriesReports of the Awatovi Expedition. Report no. 6, Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University -- v. 34, no. 1., Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University -- vol. 34, no. 1.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 240 p.
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14100963M

    Masks as agents of social control in northeast Liberia. Format Book Published Cambridge, Mass., The Museum, Description xiv, 45 p. 16 plates. 27 cm. Prehistoric stone implements of northeastern Arizona. Woodbury, Richard B. (Richard Benjamin), Geography. The Gobi measures over 1, km (1, mi) from southwest to northeast and km ( mi) from north to south. The desert is widest in the west, along the line joining the Lake Bosten and the Lop Nor (87°–89° east). It occupies an arc of land 1,, km 2 (, sq mi) in area as of ; it is the sixth-largest desert in the world and Asia's 2nd : 1,, km² (, sq mi).

    "Pressure knapping" is the common term for one method of creating stone tools, where a larger device or blade specifically made for this purpose is use to press out the stone tool. Pressure knapping was invented in different locations and at different points in time, representing the adoption of the Neolithic way of life in the Old world. Northeastern U.S. and southeastern Canada have some of the highest concentrations of these structures. The structures include stone chambers, cairns, standing stones, enclosures, ceremonial walls, pedestal boulders (dolmens), balanced rocks, and niches. The sites are known as “Ceremonial Stone Landscapes” (CSL).

    May 6, - Explore luvngrati2d's board "stone tools", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Indian artifacts, Native american artifacts and Stone pins. Characteristics. Petroglyphs are generally made by removing the surface of the rock, by carving, scratching, drilling, or sculpting. The markings can be dyed or painted, or enhanced through polishing. Petroglyphs have been discovered all over the populated world, notably in parts of Africa, Scandinavia, Siberia, southwestern North America, Northern and Western Australia, and the Iberian Peninsula.


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Prehistoric Stone Implements of Northeastern Arizona by Richard B. Woodbury (p. FOREWORD Notes from the Museum of Northern Arizona, a news bulletin concerning Museum activities began monthly publication in July In September (Vol. 2, No. 3), the title was changed to Museum Notes of the Museum of Northern Arizona, and short articles on interesting features of the Flagstaff area began to ap­.

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Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material, multimodal productions, teaching resources. Prehistoric People. Who Were the First People. Native American were the first people to live in Arizona. Native means the first people to live in a place. Native Americans have lived in Arizona for more t years.

They are often called Indians or American Indians. The early Native Americans did not use words to write down their history. WOODBURY R.

WRIGHT K. in press Prehistoric stone implements of northeastern Arizona. Papers of the Peabodv Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology XXXIV. The origins and development of ground stone assemblages in late Pleistocene southwest by: Ground Stone Artifacts Carlos Lavayen, under the direction of Elizabeth Miksa, identified the stone material of a smaller sample (n =65 percent of the analyzed sample) (Table ).

Stone selection was an important part of the design process, perhaps more so for some tool types than for other artifacts (Adams ). Prehistoric sites are examined in northeastern and central Arizona, the Sierra Ancha Mountains, and Upper Salt River drainage, as well as historic Mescalero Apache sites in southeastern New Mexico, and Navajo pueblitos in northwestern New Mexico.

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