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Final report on excavations in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District, Nevada
Donald R. Tuohy
|Other titles||Excavations in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District, Nevada.|
|Statement||by Donald R. Tuohy, Amy J. Dansie, and Michele B. Haldeman.|
|Series||Reports / Nevada State Museum Archaeological Services, Reports (Nevada State Museum. Archaeological Services)|
|Contributions||Dansie, Amy., Haldeman, Michele B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 323 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||323|
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Final report on excavations in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District, Nevada by Donald R. Tuohy Published by Nevada State Museum in [Carson : Final Report on Excavations in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District, Nevada.
Report on file at the Nevada State Museum, Carson City. Proceeding. of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 1. Susan M. Hector, Lynne E. Christenson, G. Timothy Gross, and Martin D. Rosen, eds.
San Diego: Society for California Archaeology, Cite this Record. First Progress Report On Excavation in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District, Nevada.
Donald R. Tuohy, Amy J. Dansie. (tDAR id: )Author: Donald R. Tuohy, Amy J. Dansie. Tuohy, Donald R., Amy J. Dansie, and Michele B.
Haldeman Final Report on Excavations in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District. Nevada State Museum Archaeological Services, Carson City. This study examines prehistoric use of the Stillwater Marsh in the Carson Desert of western Nevada and the adjacent Stillwater Mountains based on an archaeological survey undertaken in and.
Bettinger, R. L.,The Archaeology of Pinyon House, Two Eagles, and Crater Middens: Three Residential Sites in Owens Valley, Eastern California, Anthropological Pap American Museum of Natural History, New York. Google ScholarCited by: 6. Nevada.
The first archaeological excavation in Nevada was at Lovelock Cave in A guard at the University of Nevada book, Berkeley, L.L. Loud, salvaged cultural materials discovered by bat guano miners in the cave outside the town of Lovelock.
This was the beginning of decades ofFile Size: KB. Nevada Archaeologist and will also be available on the NAA web site at ~. General Correspondence Inquires and general correspondence with the Nevada Archaeological Association should be directed as fol lows: Nevada Archaeological Association P.O.
BoxLas Vegas, Nevada, Visit the NAA web site at www, Cover:File Size: 8MB. From L.L. Loud’s excavation of Lovelock Cave in to the present day, archaeologists have gravitated to sites throughout the state of Nevada. Excavations that started in the mids at the Pueblo Grande de Nevada (Lost City) in Southern Nevada’s Moapa Valley accelerated in the s with the imminent completion of Boulder (Hoover) Dam.
Full text of "Determination of cultural affiliation of ancient human remains from Spirit Cave, Nevada" See other formats. First Progress Report On Excavation in the Stillwater Marsh Archaeological District, Nevada () Limited Test Excavations at Selected Archaeological Sites in the Nnwsi Yucca Mountain Project Area, Southern Nye County, Nevada ().
Late Holocene Great Basin prehistory is a spatial and temporal mosaic of lifeways related to changing physical and social environments. Evidence shows changes in technology, subsistence, foraging tactics, and population density, though the causes of these changes are still under investigation.
Current research has emphasized the role of wetlands and, related to this, the so-called Numic Cited by: The Nevada BLM has developed these standards to complete inventory, recording, evaluation, and reporting of archaeological resources associated with federal undertakings regardless of land ownership, as well as for lands managed by BLM Nevada for projects that are not federalFile Size: 1MB.
Human populations arrived in the Carson Desert of the western Great Basin by ~11 ka a time period shortly after the desiccation of Lake Lahontan.
Since that time, significant lake. (3) Mt. Irish Archaeological District: The Mount Irish Archaeological Site is located approximately 10 miles southwest of Hiko, area provides four distinct petroglyph sites: Echo Rock, Paiute Rock, Shaman Knob and Shaman Hill.
Chipped and ground stone, rock shelters and the petroglyphs studied there suggest the sites were occupied from B.C. to the s. Nearly 20 Stone-Tool Sites, Dating Back Up To 12, Years, Discovered In Nevada anthropology archaeology Great Basin Ice Age Indians Native Americans stone points Posted on Janu • Updated Ma —by Blake de Pastino 1.
Stillwater NWR is irrigated from the Carson River through a series of canals and delivery ditches, operated by the Truckee-Carson Irrigation District in Fallon NV. The refuge is the largest water rights owner in the Lahontan Valley, and has an active Realty division which has Federal authority to purchase water rights from area landowners, through a 'willing seller/buyer' program.
Lovelock Cave (NV-Ch) is a North American archaeological site previously known as Sunset Guano Cave, Horseshoe Cave, and Loud Site The cave is about feet long and 35 feet wide. Lovelock Cave is one of the most important classic sites of the Great Basin region because the conditions of the cave are conducive to the preservation of organic and inorganic on: Address Restricted, Churchill County, Nevada.
A popular account of Stillwater archaeology was written for the annual journal of the Churchill County Museum. A copy of this article is enclosed in the narrative. Anan Raymond and Virginia Parks delivered a paper at the Great Basin Anthropological Conference in Park City, Utah on their research with archaeological sites in Stillwater marsh.
Black, K. Final Report of Archaeological Investigations: Peak 8 and Peak 9 Inventory, and 5ST Test Excavations, Breckenridge Ski Area, Summit City, Colorado.
on file, Colorado State. SOME 6, years ago, aboriginal Americans found their way to the great meadow on Nevada's 11,foot Mount Jefferson, hunters from the parched lowlands in pursuit of game.Archaeological Technical Reports Anthropology 1-Final Report of the Archaeological Site Examination of the Proposed Route of U.S.
31, Matthew Road to I, Berrien County, Michigan. Elizabeth Garland Western Michigan University William Mangold Western Michigan University.from Stillwater Marsh, Churchill County, Nevada, under contract with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. These remains consist of relatively complete skeletons and incomplete skeletons (or single bone elements) exposed by recent flooding in the Carson Sink area of west central Nevada.
As such, the Stillwater skeletal.