The Durango South Project: Archaeological Salvage of Two Basketmaker III Sites in the Durango District
AuthorGooding, John D.
KeywordsBasket-Maker Indians -- Antiquities.
Durango Region (Colo.) -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Colorado -- Durango Region.
Colorado -- Antiquities.
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Table of ContentsList of Figures/List of Tables/Preface and Acknowledgments/I. The Sites in Context - John D. Gooding/The Setting/Previous Archaeological Investigations/Definition of the Durango District/II. The Site Descriptions - John D. Gooding and O D Hand/Excavation Procedure/5LP110, Feature 1 (The Pithouse) and Feature 2 (The Surface Areas)/5LP111, Feature 1 (A Small Pithouse) and Feature 2 (A Pithouse-Kiva)/Burials at 5LP111/III. Material Culture/Chipped Stone Tools - Barbara Love-dePeyer/Ground Stone Tools - O D Hand/Ceramics of Durango South - Priscilla B. Ellwood/Perishables - Signa Larralde/Modification Attributes of Bone Tools from Durango South - John D. Gooding/IV. Economy and Subsistence/Fauna - Elaine Anderson/Pollen Analysis, 5LP110 and 5LP111, Durango, Colorado - Susan K. Short/Paleo-Ethnobotanical Remains from 5LP110 and 5LP111 - Lorraine Dobra/V. Human Skeletal Remains - Edward J. Rowen/VI. Summary and Conclusions/Appendix/List of Abbreviations/References Cited