1 edition of Ozette archaeological project, interim final report found in the catalog.
Ozette archaeological project, interim final report
by Washington Archaeological Research Center, Washington State University in Pullman
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Jeffrey E. Mauger ; edited by Richard D. Daugherty.|
|Series||Project report / Washington Archaeological Research Center, Washington State University -- no. 96., Project report (Washington Archaeological Research Center) -- no. 96.|
|Contributions||Mauger, Jeffrey E., Daugherty, Richard D., 1922-, Washington State University. Archaeological Research Center,|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
Title: Author: sjdavis [ PC-GRAPHICS ] Created Date: 3/27/ AM. Some of the Ozette project research objectives can only be realized when diachronic data are available. The antiquity of whale hunting, for example, was one of the research topics of the project (Gleeson a:1) but to address this topic will require recovery of information from deposits earlier than those that have been reported from Ozette.
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Paul Gleeson, Marian Fisken. Washington Archaeological Research Center Project Report,1. Pullman, WA: Washington State University.
(tDAR id: )Author: Paul Gleeson, Marian Fisken. Cite this Record. Ozette Archaeological Project Interim final report book Final Ozette archaeological project. Richard D.
Daugherty. (tDAR id: ). The Ozette Indian Village Archeological Site is the site of an archaeological excavation on the Olympic Peninsula near Neah Bay, Washington, United site was a village occupied by the Ozette Makah people until a mudslide inundated the site around the year It is located in the now unpopulated Ozette Indian ReservationNearest city: Neah Bay, Washington.
Ruth Kirk’s Ozette: Excavating a Makah Whaling Village presents a detailed account of a world-famous archaeological site on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. Full-scale excavations from to revealed houses and their contents—including ordinarily perishable wood and basketry objects that had been buried in a mudflow well before the arrival.
Final Report: An Archaeologist Excavates His Past Michael Coe, the famous Mesoamerican archaeologist, digs enthusiastically into his past.
As an engaging memoir, this work chronicles the highlights of his personal life and his professional achievements.4/5(8). The magazine of Washington State University has a nice article on the archaeological project at Ozette, the UNESCO World Heritage Site on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula.
This Makah village site was covered by a landslide about three hundred years ago (animation), which created preservation conditions highly favourable to preservation of wooden artifacts.
Ozette Archaeological Project, interim final report, phase XIII (Washington Archaeological Research Center, Project Report 97). Pullman: Washington State University. Greenfield, P. Beginning date Series WSU Department of Anthropology reports of investigations, ; The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Research Database is an extensive collection of field and laboratory data generated as a result of the Center's ongoing research into prehistoric Pueblo Indian (Anasazi) culture.
The database currently contains information on 20 archaeological sites in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah that have been excavated by Crow Canyon. basketry from the ozette village archaeological site: a technological, functional, and comparative study south puget sound community college dr.
dale croes anthropology mottman road s.w. olympia washington / ext fax / by dale ross croesFile Size: 4MB. Ozette Indian Reservation: Wikipedia article on the Ozette Indians. Ozette Archaeological Site Ozette, A North American Pompeii: Websites about archaeological excavations at the old village of Ozette.
Books for sale on the Ozette Indians Ozette: Excavating a Makah Whaling Village: Archaeology book about the excavation of the Ozette village in. Other articles where Ozette site is discussed: Washington: Native Americans and early European explorers: The Ozette site, on the Olympic Peninsula, has a unique collection of well-preserved clothing, basketry, and harpoons of people who fished and hunted seals and whales years ago.
Tools of a similar culture dating from 2, years ago were also found there. If you’re into Native American history, you’ll certainly be fascinated by the story of the Ozette Archaeological Site, where Makah tribe members and archaeologists from Washington State University unearthed more t artifacts spanning 2, years of Makah life.
Arounda massive mudslide covered the Lake Ozette Makah Village. The Makah people have inhabited Neah Bay for more than 3, years, according to archaeological research.
While Neah Bay is the only centralized village on the contemporary reservation, there were five Makah villages prior to contact with non-Indians in One of these other villages was Ozette, the southernmost Makah village.
interim report on geophysical and archeological investigations of a portion of the princeton battlefield at maxwell’s field, on the institute for advanced study campus princeton, new jersey prepared for: institute for advanced study one einstein drive princeton, new jersey prepared by: the ottery group knowles avenue.
Whelchel et al. Ozette archaeological project research reports volume III ethnobotany and wood technology. Link to download page. ( megs).
While you’re at it, pick up Dale Croes’ pioneering computer applications in archaeology paper: The use of computer graphics in archaeology: a case study from the Ozette site, Washington. The Place of Ozette in Northwest Coast Archaeology. In Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports Volume III: Ethnobotany and Wood Technology.
David L. Whelchel, editor. WSU Department of Anthropology Reports of Research National Park Service, Northwest Regional Office, Seattle. Pp American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.
Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections Journal of materials engineering. Journal of. How to Write an Archaeological Report An archaeologist uses this documentation to compile an archaeological report.
Delineate the project area. The report must describe the geographic boundaries of the site. Include a description of not only the area’s physical environment but its history.
If previous excavations have occurred at the site. Ozette would result in nine doctoral dissertations and ten master’s theses, on subjects such as basketry, stone tools, woodworking technology, ethnobotany, and the use of fish at the site.
Ozette is a beautiful and profound book, befitting the beauty and profundity of Makah culture. And Ruth Kirk is uniquely qualified as its author.Geophysics Project, the results of which can be seen in the Dowsing and Geophysics Project interim report Later, in the spring of another survey took place, this time both Earth Resistance and Magnetometry were used.
The results from the Earth Resistance are seen here (see Figure 6), the data from the Magnetometry has yet to be.Moistown Archaeological Project Interim Report for Excavation Archaeology Club. First published in Great Britain in by have time to spend on this side of the project.
It is far more important to train up the inexperienced stop for final recording. 5. Trench 2 could not have been placed in a better position, for our research.