4 edition of Salvage archeology of Canyon Reservoir found in the catalog.
Salvage archeology of Canyon Reservoir
|Statement||LeRoy Johnson, Jr., Dee Ann Suhm, Curtis D. Tunnell.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Texas Memorial Museum ;, no. 5|
|Contributions||Story, Dee Ann, 1931-, Tunnell, Curtis D.|
|LC Classifications||QH105.T4 T48a no. 5, E78.T4 T48a no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||83623351|
Because this area is becoming increasingly controversial, with a raging debate over whether Lake Powell should be drained, Glen Canyon: An Archaeological Summary stands as more than a model of salvage archaeology. It is also a record and testament of the rich history of Glen Canyon. Amistad Reservoir lies just below the limestone plateaus of central and southwest Texas. From Dibble , Figure 1. Vigorous springs flowing down a small side canyon of the lower Devils River.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL BACKGROUND Very little scientific archaeology has been done in Comal County. The most extensive research to date was the arch aeological salvage program in the Canyon Reservoir area, carried out in by The University of Texas at Austin (Johnson, Suhm and Tunnell, ). Excavations were conducted at three. Folder 2. "Hells Canyon Archeology,"Publications in Salvage Archeology, No. 6 Box 8. Folder 3. "The Grand Detour Phase,"Publications in Salvage Archeology, No. 13 Box 8. Folder 4. "Fort Randall Reservoir," Missouri River Project, Smithsonian Institution Box 8. Folder 5. "Garrison Reservoir," Missouri River Project, Smithsonian Institution Box 8.
Emergency Salvage Excavations for the Recovery of Early Human Remains and Related Scientific Materials from the Marmes Rockshelter Archaeological Site, Southeastern Washington May 3-Decem A Final Report to U.S. Army Corps Engineer District, Walla Walla, Corps of Engineers Concerning Contract No. DACWc In the Salvage Section, Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museum of Man, instituted thirty-one archaeological salvage projects across the country. This report contains summary articles dealing with twenty-nine of these projects.
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SALVAGE ARCHEOLOGY OF CANYON RESERVOIR: The Wunderlich Footbridge and Oblate Sites Paperback – January 1, by LeRoy Jr. Dee Ann Suhm & Curtis Tunnell Johnson (Author)Author: LeRoy Jr.
Dee Ann Suhm & Curtis Tunnell Johnson. Cover of the report on the Canyon Reservoir work published by the Texas Memorial Museum. The report represents a milestone in Texas archeology because of the projectile point chronology for the Archaic cultures of central Texas, the first such chronology published for the region.
OCLC Number: Notes: "This report was prepared in accordance with two memoranda of agreement (Nos. and ) between the University of Texas and the National Park Service providing for salvage excavations in advance of construction at Canyon Reservoir, Texas.". Cite this Record. Salvage Archeology of Canyon Reservoir: the Wunderlich, Footbridge and Oblate Sites.
Leroy Johnson, Jr., Others. Texas Memorial Museum, Bulletin, by: 9. Cite this Record. Salvage Archeology of Canyon Reservoir: The Wunderlich, Footbridge, and Oblate Sites.
Jr., LeRoy, Dee Ann Suhm, Curtis D. Tunnell Johnson. Salvage Archeology of Canyon Reservoir: the Wunderlich Footbridge and Oblate Sites, by LeRoy Johnson, Jr., D. Suhm, and C. Tunnell. p., 45 figs., 9 tables, Abstract Three multi-component Indian campsites in the Canyon Reservoir area, Comal County, Texas, were excavated in and by the Texas Archeological Salvage Project.
The artifacts from these sites are described in detail. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Since the completion of Glen Canyon Dam inthe amount of sediment available in the Colorado River in Grand Canyon has been greatly diminished, causing erosion of beaches and sandbars.
Erosion, deterioration, and loss of archeological sites are among the documented impacts of the sediment-starved river system. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Criticisms of Salvage Archaeology Special Characteristics of Reservoir Salvage Nubian Campaign as a. The dam was finished inand it took two years before the reservoir was full and water could be delivered to farms and towns.
That was in25 years ago. When Daugherty came to Washington State University inhe conducted surveys and field schools at Lind Coulee, O’Sullivan Reservoir, Moses Lake, and Palouse Canyon.
Beginning inDaugherty and Bruce Stallard directed a program of salvage archaeology stimulated by new highway construction in Washington State. The Nechako Reservoir, sometimes called the Ootsa Lake Reservoir, is a hydroelectric reservoir in British Columbia, Canada that was formed by the Kenney Dam making a diversion of the Nechako River through a km intake tunnel in the Kitimat Ranges of the Coast Mountains to the MW Kemano Generating Station at sea level at Kemano to service the then-new Alcan aluminum smelter at Kitimat.
CONTACT US. The University of Utah Press J. Willard Marriott Library South East, Suite Salt Lake City, UT ORDERS: FAX: Because this area is becoming increasingly controversial, with a raging debate over whether Lake Powell should be drained, Glen Canyon: An Archaeological Summary stands as more than a model of salvage archaeology.
It is also a record and testament of the rich history of Glen s: 1. 1 COMMENTS ON "SALVAGE ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE PAINTED ROCKS RESERVOIR, WESTERN ARIZONA" by Albert H. Schroeder THE IMPORTANCE OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD RECORDS by Robert G.
Chenhall A SITE ON THE VERDE by E. Valehrach SOME ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES by Sam and Edith Turner 40 pages; 10 maps, drawings. The Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program. Oahe Dam and Oahe Reservoir.
Exploration and White Settlement. The Lewis and Clark Expedition. The Indians of the Oahe Reservoir. Historic Backgrounds Prehistory in the Oahe Reservoir. Archeological Investigations in the Oahe Reservoir. Prehistoric Sites Historic Sites. Selected Readings.
TMM BL Oedaleops campi (Reptilia: Pelycosauria), New Genus and Species from the Lower Permian of New Mexico, and the Family Eothrididae, by Wann Langston, Jr. 47 p., 6 figs., 1 plate, TMM BL Lipe’s Glen Canyon excavations were part of the largest salvage archeology project in the country at the time.
From tomore than 2, sites were recorded and, of them, more than were excavated to collect invaluable artifacts and to document structures and other features. Download Publications In Archeology full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Publications In Archeology full free pdf books. Salvage Archaeology in Painted Rocks Reservoir, Western Arizona William W. Wasley (Author), Alfred E. Johnson (Author) Paperback ($) Buy Salvage operations in Hohokam sites of the Colonial, Sedentary and Classic periods.Find out about listed buildings and other protected sites, and search the National Heritage List for England (NHLE).The Smithsonian's River Basin Surveys (RBS) were part of a large-scale mid-twentieth century archaeological salvage program.
Many artifact collections associated with the RBS are curated by the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Sincecrews from Rogers Archaeology Lab have been cataloging four of these collections, all from the.