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Investigations concerning the Hohokam classic period in the lower Salt River Valley, Arizona

Weaver, Donald E.

Investigations concerning the Hohokam classic period in the lower Salt River Valley, Arizona

by Weaver, Donald E.

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Published by Arizona Archaeological Society in Phoenix, Ariz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hohokam culture.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona -- Salt River Valley.,
  • Arizona -- Antiquities.,
  • Salt River Valley (Ariz.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald E. Weaver, Jr.
    SeriesArizona archaeologist -- no. 9
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 132 p. :
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21902924M

    Oct 03,  · The projects won't replicate the old Salt, supporters acknowledge, but they can restore the river's essence and renew attention to other imperiled rivers. "A lot of people come from other places, and sometimes their first exposure to an Arizona river is the Salt River," said Sandy Bahr, director of the Sierra Club's Grand Canyon Chapter in Phoenix. The history of Phoenix, Arizona, goes back millennia, beginning with nomadic paleo-Indians who existed in the Americas in general, and the Salt River Valley in particular, about 9, years ago until about 6, BC. Mammoths were the primary prey of hunters.

    Salt River Project Humanity's resourcefulness inspired two attempts to draw life out of the desolation of Central Arizona's Salt River Valley over the past 1, years. Building over the remains of an irrigation culture left behind by lost Indian tribe, the Hohokam, federal and private engineers of. Five prehistoric Hohokam sites were investigated near the base of Fort Mountain in northern Phoenix. Three of these sites were small habitation areas linked by a canal, one was a cluster of rockpiles used for agricultural purposes, and one was a a dry-farming system of rock alignments, check dams, and terraces. Collectively, the sites suggest short-term, probably seasonal occupation associated Author: Ross S. Curtis, Thomas E. Wright.

    Recent archaeological and historical investigations at the Hohokam site of La Plaza revealed evidence that a Classic period platform mound once stood in the north part of ASU’s Tempe campus near Wells Fargo Arena. Maps from the late s and early s documented three Hohokam . What was the culture for hohokam? We need you to answer this question! If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation right now!


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Investigations concerning the Hohokam classic period in the lower Salt River Valley, Arizona by Weaver, Donald E. Download PDF EPUB FB2

During this period, the Hohokam in the lower Salt River Valley began a precipitous slide toward the eventual abandonment of a homeland that they had occupied for more than one thousand years. This volume is a long-awaited summary of one of the most important data-recovery projects in Southwest archaeology, synthesizing thousands of pages of data and text published in seven volumes of contract.

The Prehistoric Hohokam of the Arizona Desert. from 10 sites in the lower Salt River valley, Arizona, represents the entire temporal interval defined as the pre-Classic era of Hohokam. Sep 28,  · What has the author Lucius E Weaver written.

Petroglyphs 'Investigations concerning the Hohokam classic period in the lower Salt River Valley, Arizona' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Excavations.

Centuries of Decline during the Hohokam Classic Period at Pueblo Grande During this period, the Hohokam in the lower Salt River Valley began a precipitous slide toward the eventual abandonment of a homeland that they had occupied for more than one thousand veterans-opex.com volume is a long-awaited summary of one of the most important data.

The ceramic evidence from 10 sites in the lower Salt River valley, Arizona, represents the entire temporal interval defined as the pre-Classic era of Hohokam prehistory. landscape change and the cultural evolution of the hohokam along the middle gila river and other river valleys in south-central arizona Michael R.

Waters and John C. Ravesloot Changes in river floodplain morplzology can have devastating consequences for irrigation agriculturalists. Despite increasing archaeological research in southwestern Arizona, it is still not clear to what extent prehistoric Hohokam villagers along the Lower Gila River overlapped and interacted with neighboring Patayan groups in the interior veterans-opex.com by: Denoyer has based the pit houses his classes are building on homes found in Honey Bee Village, an Oro Valley Hohokam site, the 32 acres excavated by Henry Wallace, inhis study turned up more than features, including ’s of pit houses, a large plaza and a small ball court which established Honeybee as the economic center of several villages situated along the Canada del Oro River.

Nov 18,  · New Discoveries in Arizona May Be ‘Game-Changers’ in Study of Ancient Culture’s Fate Good points all, Brian. I’m no anthropologist but that was my major at ASU in the 70s and I grew up among the Gila & Salt River people. The truth is I’m not even sure what bearing if any, Seymour’s study has on the terminal Classic period.

May 31,  · A. Sutherland - veterans-opex.com - Casa Grande Ruins are pre-Columbian ruins in south-central Arizona, U.S., in the Gila River valley just north of Coolidge. Discovered in by Jesuit missionary Eusebio Kino, the ruins are dominated by the Casa Grande (“Big House”), an impressive four-story watchtower built in the early s.

The lower Salt River Valley, where downtown Phoenix now stands, supported miles of irrigated fields and dozens of farming communities. The scale of the irrigation works boggles the imagination.

In the downtown metropolitan area alone, miles of canals formed 14 irrigation networks that wateredacres of fertile river basin soils. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series.

The University of Arizona Press is pleased to distribute titles in the Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series, a scholarly, peer-reviewed, monograph series focused on the archaeology of northwest Mexico and the southwestern United States.

After ADthe Hohokam abandoned the villages and canal systems within the lower Salt River basin. This area continued to be occupied, albeit on a far smaller scale.

Meanwhile, the very few villages that remained were quite small, and were concentrated along the Gila River, with the notable exception of the lower Queen Creek drainage. Nov 29,  · The Southwest Archaeological Obsidian Project and Preclassic Hohokam Social Identity. The Arizona Archaeological Ballcourt Societies and the Re-creation of Hohokam.

C-SPAN learns about the Hohokam civilization and how they lived in the lands of what is now Arizona. Hohokam Civilization in the Salt River Valley. 1, Views Program ID: C-SPAN's Book.

Downum, CEBetween desert and river: Hohokam settlement and land use in the Los Robles community. in Anthropological Papers - University of Arizona, Tucson. vol. Downum CE. Between desert and river: Hohokam settlement and land use in the Los Robles veterans-opex.com by: 8.

The Hohokam Archaeology of the Tucson Basin Major construction projects in Tucson over the past several decades have led to new insights into Hohokam archaeology. At the Interstate 10/Interstate 19 interchange pictured here, and in other locations as well, sites were also preserved for the future.

The Classic Period of Hohokam culture is notable for the peaceful intrusion of the Salado tribe, a branch of the Ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) culture.

They came from the upper reaches of the Salt River, lived in Hohokam territory for several decades, then withdrew and disappeared.

Buy The Hohokam expressway project: A study of prehistoric irrigation in the Salt River Valley, Arizona on veterans-opex.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: W. Bruce Masse. The Hohokam of southern Arizona are noted for greater duration of settlement than other major agricultural traditions in the archaeological record of the southwestern United States, including the Prehistoric landscapes of the sonoran desert Hohokam | SpringerLinkCited by:.

Jan 22,  · Hohokam is the name given by archaeologists to a prehistoric culture centered along the Salt, Gila, Verde, and Santa Cruz Rivers in the low, hot Sonoran desert of southern Arizona between approximately B.C.

and A.D. The name Hohokam means "those who have gone" in the language of the O'odham, the contemporary Native American inhabitants of southern Arizona.New data from Las Colinas, a ballcourt village situated near the lower Salt River, demonstrate that the organization of pottery manufacture and distribution radically changed in the lower Salt River valley just at the time the Las Colinas ballcourt was abandoned, implying that the ritual ballgames had been a central component of the Hohokam Cited by: Jan 30,  · UC Berkeley archaeologist finds Arizona's ancient Hohokam was complex, advanced culture that may have reached the West Coast 30 Jan integrated economic area that covered most of Arizona, from the Colorado River to New Mexico and from Flagstaff to the Mexican border.

Shackley said that by their classic period ( AD), the.