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Human adaptation at Grasshopper Pueblo, Arizona

Joseph A. Ezzo

Human adaptation at Grasshopper Pueblo, Arizona

social and ecological perspectives

by Joseph A. Ezzo

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Published by International Monographs in Prehistory in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Grasshopper Pueblo (Ariz.),
  • Arizona,
  • Grasshopper Pueblo,
  • Grasshopper Pueblo.
    • Subjects:
    • Mogollon culture.,
    • Pueblo Indians -- Anthropometry.,
    • Pueblo Indians -- Funeral customs and rites.,
    • Pueblo Indians -- Food.,
    • Human remains (Archaeology) -- Arizona -- Grasshopper Pueblo -- Analysis.,
    • Diet -- Arizona -- Grasshopper Pueblo.,
    • Human ecology -- Arizona -- Grasshopper Pueblo.,
    • Grasshopper Pueblo (Ariz.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Joseph A. Ezzo.
      SeriesArchaeological series ;, 4, Archaeological series (Ann Arbor, Mich.) ;, 4.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.M76 E99 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 103 p. :
      Number of Pages103
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1427892M
      ISBN 101879621096, 1879621088
      LC Control Number93039074

      “For the past twenty years the University of Arizona’s archaeological field school has been conducting research focused on Grasshopper Pueblo, a large, fourteenth-century Western Anasazi site, located below the Mogollon Rim, on the Fort Apache Reservation, in Arizona. Extends Grasshopper's ability to create and reference geometry including lights, blocks, and text objects. Also enables access to information about the active Rhino document, pertaining to materials, layers, linetypes, and other settings.

      Joseph A. Ezzo is the author of A Class I Cultural Resource Survey of the Moapa and Virgin Valleys, Clark County, Nevada ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 re /5(13). Book Description: Located in the mountains of east-central Arizona,Grasshopper Pueblo is a prehistoric ruin that has been excavated and interpreted more thoroughly than most sites in the Southwest: more than rooms have been unearthed here, and artifacts of remarkable quantity and quality have been discovered.

      Author of Watering the desert: Late Archaic farming at the Costello- King site: data recovery at AZ AA (ASM) in the Northern Tucson Basin (Technical series), A class I cultural resources survey for the Southern Nevada Water Authority treatment and transmission facility, Clark County, Nevada (Statistical Research technical series), Shadows of Vengeance, Standing Horse Draw, Human. Get this from a library! Vertebrate faunal remains from Grasshopper Pueblo, Arizona. [John W Olsen] -- Analyzes the bones of animals found at Arizona's 14th-century Grasshopper Pueblo in order to determine seasonality of procurement, the nature and underlying causes of hunter selectivity, and.


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Written for general readers—and for the White Mountain Apache, on whose land Grasshopper Pueblo is located and who have participated in the excavations there—the book conveys the simple joys and typical problems of an ancient way of life as inferred from its material remains.

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