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Basketmaker caves in the Prayer Rock district, northeastern Arizona

by Elizabeth Ann Morris

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Prayer Rock region, Ariz.,
  • Arizona,
  • Prayer Rock region.
    • Subjects:
    • Basket-Maker Indians,
    • Caves -- Arizona -- Prayer Rock region,
    • Prayer Rock region, Ariz. -- Antiquities,
    • Arizona -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      StatementElizabeth Ann Morris.
      SeriesAnthropological papers of the University of Arizona ; no. 35, Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona ;, no. 35.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.B37 M67 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 158 p. :
      Number of Pages158
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4416209M
      ISBN 100816504997
      LC Control Number79020149

      Archaic-Early Basketmaker sites. Chaco Canyon More than 70 campsites are located within the Chaco Canyon of New Mexico that span the period from to BC. One site is Atlatl Cave. Chinle Valley Lukachukai and Salina Springs in the Chinle Valley of northeastern Arizona are late Archaic-Early Basketmaker sites. Toggle navigation. HOME; BOOKS. Browse by Subject; New Releases; New in Paperback; Forthcoming Titles.

      Rock Cave (Geib et al. ), numerous sites in the Marsh Pass area of northeastern Arizona and the Monument Valley area of southeastern Utah (Guern-sey , Guernsey and Kidder , and Kidder and Guernsey ), Woodchuck Cave (Lockett and Hargrave ), Cave du Pont (Nusbaum ), Falls Creek Rock Shelters (Morris and Burgh ), and. The daughter of archaeologists Earl H. Morris and Ann Axtell Morris, Dr. Morris earned an AB from Antioch College in and an MA in from the University of Arizona. She became the SoA’s very first female Ph.D. in with a dissertation titled Basketmaker Caves in the Prayer Rock District, Northeastern Arizona.

      Elizabeth Ann Morris has written: 'Basketmaker caves in the Prayer Rock district, northeastern Arizona' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Basket-Maker Indians, Caves Asked in . THE NORTHEASTERN CAVER is the quarterly newsletter of the NRO, with the latest news on Northeastern caving developments. Issues run around 34 pages and are crammed full of articles on new and old cave discoveries, equipment and techniques, meetings and events, cave access details, maps, photos, cartoons and more.


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Ancestral Pueblo Flutes from Broken Flute Cave. Infamed archaeologist Earl Halstead Morris (–, best known for his work at Aztec Ruins in northern New Mexico), then under the auspices of the Carnegie Institution in Washington, DC, led an expedition to northeastern Arizona.

Morris and his team explored fifteen cliff dwellings in the Prayer Rock district of the Navajo Nation. Most published cave maps are found in caving, scientific and archaeological periodicals.

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Direct physical evidence and rock art, including head skin trophies, indicate that violence linked to warfare was prevalent among the preceramic farmers of the North American Southwest known as Basketmakers. The degree of intergroup conflict indicates that Basketmakers may have needed defense against atlatl darts.

In the early s archaeologists suggested that distinctive wooden artifacts. “Archaeological excavations in Northeastern Arizona”, Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, bulle Joan Brenner Coltrain, Joel C.

Janetski and Shawn W. Carlyle “The stable and radio-isotope chemistry of western basketmaker burials: implications for early puebloan diets and origins”, American Antiquity, 72(2. example, when Earl Morris excavated sites in the Prayer Rock District of northeast Arizona, he uncovered bow and arrow fragments from pithouses that were tree-ring dated to AD – (early Basketmaker III),25 Differentiating arrow from dart points when the or-ganic components, such as shafts, are missing, as theyCited by: Elizabeth Ann Morris is a professor emerita at Colorado State University and research associate at the Arizona State Museum.

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Elizabeth Ann Morris. $ (#34) The Durango South Project: Archaeological Salvage of Two Late Basketmaker III Sites in the Durango District. Basketmaker Caves in the Prayer Rock District, Northeastern Arizona.

Anthropological Paper No. 35, University of Arizona, Tucson. Anthropological Paper No. 35, University of Arizona, Tucson. Google ScholarCited by: Map of the area where the Broken Flute Cave flutes were excavated.

In the summer and fall ofEarl Halstead Morris (–, [Kidder ]) led an expedition from The Carnegie Institution of Washington to the Prayer Rock district of NorthEastern Arizona.Cacao consumption during the 8th century at Alkali Ridge, southeastern Utah. L.L. HargraveWoodchuck Cave, A Basketmaker II Site in Tsegi Canyon, Arizona.

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