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Pottery types of the Arizona Strip and adjacent areas in Utah and Nevada

Harold Sellers Colton

Pottery types of the Arizona Strip and adjacent areas in Utah and Nevada

by Harold Sellers Colton

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Published by Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art in Flagstaff, Ariz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pottery -- Southwest, New.,
  • Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Pottery.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHarold Colton.
    SeriesMuseum of Northern Arizona ceramic series -- no. 1., Museum of Northern Arizona ceramic series -- no. 1.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16504025M

    The tribe holds a , acre reservation in the "Arizona Strip" area of Arizona north of Grand Canyon National Park. Address: HC65, Box 2, Fredonia, Arizona . The pottery found in connection with the pithouses gives us a basis for fixing the period during which the pithouses were occupied. Sherds found on the surface in the immediate vicinity of the dwellings are identical with types that have been found and dated in the region of the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona.

    Title. Arizona, Utah, and Nevada, July 25 - October 9, , volume 1. Title Variants: Alternative: Winslow, Ariz, Kanab, Utah, Related Titles. Contained In Author: Edward William Nelson. The Navajo Nation (Navajo: Naabeehó Bináhásdzo) is an American Indian territory covering ab, acres (71, km 2; 27, sq mi), occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United is the largest land area retained by an indigenous tribe in the United States, with a population of roughly , as of Established: June 1, (Treaty).

      Motel 6 St. George: Great base station for exploring the Arizona Strip of Grand Canyon - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Motel 6 St. George at Tripadvisor.4/5. Title. Arizona, Utah, and Nevada, July 25 - October 9, , volume 2. Related Titles. Contained In: Edward William Nelson and Edward Alphonso Goldman Collection, circa and undated Series: SIA RU Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project: an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural historyAuthor: Edward William Nelson.


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Pottery types of the Arizona strip and adjacent areas in Utah and Nevada. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold Sellers Colton. Pottery Types of the Arizona Strip and Adjacent Areas in Utah and Nevada (Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series, No.

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[Please note: revisions to the original article have been submitted and can be read at the end, marked as an addendum.] B etween the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and the Utah state boundary line lies an area commonly referred to as the Arizona Strip.

Here a colorful history blends the long past of Native Americans in the area with the culture of Spanish explorers and Mormon settlers.

The sweeping panorama takes in much of the Arizona Strip and beyond to mountains in Nevada and Utah. Trees block views to the south. From County 5, just southeast of the Mt. Trumbull trailhead, turn southwest miles on BLM Roadthen right miles on BLM Road until it becomes rough and steep at its end.

Colton, H. Pottery Types of the Arizona Strip and Adjacent Areas in Utah and Nevada. Museum of Northern Arizona, Ceramic Series, No. Museum of Cited by: H. Pottery Types of the Arizona Strip and Adjacent Areas in Utah and Nevada. Museum of Northern Arizona, Ceramic Series, No.

Flagstaff. Check List of Southwestern Porterv Tvpes. Museum of Northern Arizona, Ceramic Series, No. Flagstaff. Google ScholarCited by: Some Southwestern Pottery Types: Series II.

Medallion Papers No. 7, Gila Pueblo, Globe. Hargrave, L Lyndon Guide to Forty Pottery Types from the Hopi Country and the San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin. The Virgin Branch Anasazi inhabited the Northern Arizona, Southern Nevada, and Southeastern Utah regions between A.D.

and in marginal environments for both agricultural and natural resources (Larson et al. ; Sakai ).Tuweep, located in the northwestern portion of Grand Canyon National Park, has an elevation between m and m above sea level, hot summers and mild winters.

The list of pottery types and descriptions which follows is a partial compilation of the prehistoric and protohistoric aboriginal ceramics found on the Tonto National Forest in central Arizona. It is an attempt to provide a description of an important aspect of Tonto archaeology which lies somewhere between a "popular" or non-technical account /5(3).

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Idaho Museum ofNatural History, Pocatello. Dailey, Gardiner F., and Douglas A. McFadden The File Size: KB. Nevada Utah Map,Salt Lake Reno Carson City Las Vegas Elko Ogden Lehi,USA State Maps,United States Map Art,Place on the World Map, 10x15 VintageMapWorld 5 out of. Nevada, Utah, and Arizona Tristate Cache (GC11D2) was created by Astounding on 7/21/ It's a Small size geocache, with difficulty ofterrain of 3.

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Routes run the gamut from novice to expert, and scenery from red rock to alpine.5/5(2). Answer 1 of Hello. I was adviced to write in the Road Trips forum instead of the California forum, since our trip would cover several states. So here I am with a million questions.

We are two people travelling to the west for one month in June. We are. Pottery Types of the Arizona Strip and Adjacent Areas in Utah and Nevada. Ceramic Series 2. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff. Colton, Harold S Pottery Types of the Southwest: Wares 8A, 9A, 9B, Tusayan Gray and White Ware, Little Colorado Gray and White Ware.

Ceramic Series 3A. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona. Gila Red Ware was defined by Gladwin and Gladwin (), and refers to red slipped utility wares exhibiting characteristics common in Salado period sites across wide areas the Southwest.

This type seems to be most commonly referred to pottery common in late or Classic period sites in the Hohokam Culture Area (Wood ). Everyone who drives between southern Nevada and southern Utah experiences the Arizona Strip in the same way: it’s a quick drive on Interst through the curvy and scenic Virgin River Canyon.

While it’s an impressive road, there isn’t much to do here except drive through it. However, I found a way to experience the canyon that involves getting off I, and onto a dirt road adventure.

I'm planning a rather ambitious trip Maystarting in Las Vegas, and driving to the Grand Canyon South Rim, Arches National Park, Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon, Zion, and finishing back in Vegas.I'm looking to leave Vegas on the morning of the 13th, spend 2 nights at the GC, arrive in Arches the evening of the 15th, arrive in Canyonlands the evening of the 16th, spend the 18th driving to.

California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah.Though regional definitions vary from source to source, Arizona and New Mexico (in dark red) are almost always considered the core, modern-day Southwest. The brighter red and striped states may or may not be considered part of this region.

The brighter red states (California, Colorado, Nevada, and Utah) are also classified as part of the West by the U.S. Census Bureau, though the striped Country: United States.There's a chance on a family road trip you've stopped at the Four Corners Monument, where you can stand in four states at once — Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

On the edges of Nevada Author: Kristen Desilva.