Includes bibliographical references (p. -552).
|Statement||by Mark D. Elson ; contributions by Gwen L. Brown ... [et al.].|
|Series||Anthropological papers / Institute for American Research ;, no. 7, Anthropological papers (Institute for American Research (Goleta, Calif.)) ;, 7.|
|LC Classifications||E99.H68 E47 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 552 p. :|
|Number of Pages||552|
|LC Control Number||89109554|
Excavations by the Institute for American Research at the Tanque Verde Wash site (AZ BB: [ASM]) uncovered a nearly complete segment of a single component Middle Rincon subphase (A.D. ) hamlet. The site was located along Tanque Verde. The Tanque Verde Wash Site Excavations at AZ BB (ASM) Technical Report No. The Tanque Verde Wash site was a small agricultural settlement located in the eastern Tucson Basin, some 25 km east of the large prehistoric villages along the Santa Cruz River. The northwest locus of the site was investigated for the City of Tucson prior to residential development, complementing previous. The core of the site is a acre preserve that was tested in the s. Outside the core area, the full plan of the village was revealed, resulting in the identification of 2, cultural features. Occupation ranged from late in the Tortolita phase to the early Tanque Verde Format: Paperback. PDF | Excavations at the Tanque Verde Wash Site (AZ BB: 68 [ASM]), a small village in the northeastern Tucson Basin occupied during the Middle | Find, read and cite all the research you.
The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Page 7 Recent Work at the Tanque Verde Wash Site, AZ BB (ASM) by Patricia Cook, Desert Archaeology, Inc. D esert Archaeology, Inc., person-nel recently completed data re-covery on a portion of the Tanque Verde Wash site, AZ BB (ASM). The site was located in a mesquite. Wallace, Henry D., and James Heidke, , Ceramic Production and Change, in: Archaeological Investigations at the Tanque Verde Wash Site, A Middle Rincon Settlement in the Eastern Tucson Basin, Mark D. Elson, Institute for American Research Anthropological Papers 7, Tucson, pp. Tucson: Archaeology Section, Arizona State Museum. a Plant remains from the Tanque Verde Wash site. In Archaeological investigations at the Tanque Verde Wash Site, edited by M. Elson. Institute for American Research Anthropological Papers Tucson 7: b Colonial and early classic plant remains from the Dakota Wash site: AZ AA: Buy 4 Nights, Get the 5th for $1 | November 28 - September 5. On Sale November 27 - December 4,
Mark Elson (left), Emil Haury, and Bill Doelle chatting at the Tanque Verde Wash site. There, in late and early , Mark directed the testing and subsequent excavation of some twenty pithouses at a Middle and Late Rincon locus (A.D. ) of the larger site. The Tanque Verde Wash Site: Rincon Phase Settlement in the Tucson Basin. Paper presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans. Pithouses and Townhouses: Cooperation Between Archaeologist and Developer. Part 2: Cultural Resources Survey and Archival Search at the 49’ers Country Club, along Tanque Verde Wash, Pima County, Arizona.) Richard S. Ciolek-Torrello and Jeffrey A. Homburg. pp. Read more 21 Cultural Resources Investigations of the Yuma . "Archaeological Investigations at the Tanque Verde Wash Site a Middle Rincon Settlement in the Eastern Tucson Basin", Institute for American Research Anthropological Papers No. 7.