2 edition of Test excavations at Box Canyon and three other Side Canyon sites in the McNary Reservoir found in the catalog.
Test excavations at Box Canyon and three other Side Canyon sites in the McNary Reservoir
Greg C. Burtchard
by Laboratory of Archaeology and History, Washington State University in Pullman
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 91-93.
|Statement||by Greg C. Burtchard, with contributions by Kim Simmons, Eileen Adams-Rasmussen, Bruce D. Cochran.|
|Series||Project report -- no 10., Project report (Washington State University. Laboratory of Archaeology and History) -- no. 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
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Greg C. Burtchard. Laboratory of Archaeology and History Project Report,1. Pullman, WA: Washington State University. (tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. Test Excavations at Box Canyon and Three Other Side Canyons in the McNary Reservoir.
Greg C. Burchard, K. Simmons, E. Adams-Rasmussen, D. by: 3. The test excavations at Box Canyon and Three Other Side Canyon Sites in the McNary Reservoir were undertaken for the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District, in fulfillment of contract number DACWC All contract information is filed at the Laboratory of Archaeology and History, Washington State University, Pullman, underCited by: 3. () Test Excavations at Box Canyon and Three Other Sites in the McNary Reservoir.
Project Report Washington State University, Pullman. Burtchard, G. () Cultural Resouce Investigation Series #1: Archaeological Evaluation of the Trojan Locality. Portland State University, Laboratory of Archaeology and Anthropology, Department of.
In April and Maycrews discovered a complete kiva during the excavation of one of these sites. Canyon Sketches Vol 09 - March Archeologists Excavate Two Sites Along the Colorado River. In fallarcheologists excavated two archeological sites during a three-year project along the Colorado River corridor in Grand Canyon.
Burtchard, G. Test Excavations at Box Canyon and Three Other Side Canyon Sites in the McNary tory of Archaeology and History Project Report No. 10, Washington State University, Pullman. Google Scholar.
It was the first major excavation in Grand Canyon in nearly 40 years. Although the national park has a preservation in place policy that mandates leaving resources like archaeological artifacts undisturbed, erosion along the Colorado River caused by Glen Canyon dam upstream was threatening to destroy the ancient sites.
A canyon is a deep, narrow valley with steep sides. “Canyon” comes from the Spanish word cañon, which means “tube” or “pipe.”The term “gorge” is often used to mean “canyon,” but a gorge is almost always steeper and narrower than a canyon.
The movement of rivers, the processes of weathering and erosion, and tectonic activity create canyons. This road leads you up Maple Canyon. It is a short ride to the end of the pavement. Then it’s.8 miles to the pullout for Box Canyon.
There is a wide spot on the right (north) side of the road to park, and you can see the trail that leads into Box Canyon. There is no sign that says Box Canyon, so watch carefully. Test on Canyon clean sandstone samples cemented with siderite shows that these samples have a maximum acid solubility of % in 15% concentrated HCI and % in regular RMA.
Start studying Grand Canyon. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. 3 The certificate authorizes GBRA to impoundacre-feet (ac-ft) of water in an existing dam and reservoir on the Guadalupe River (Canyon Reservoir).
The owner is authorized to divert and use an average of 90, ac-ft of water per annum from Canyon Reservoir (Lake) for municipal, domestic, industrial, irrigation and recreation purposes. To test the original hypothesis, systematic survey, intensive excavation at Sand Canyon Pueblo, and excavations at outlying sites were undertaken.
This research has shown that Sand Canyon Pueblo was a village with a substantial residential population and that many of the surrounding small sites were abandoned before the construction of the. Box Canyon Road Scenic Drive is a nice little drive that will add another perspective to your appreciation of the Santa Rita Mountains.
Most people who come to this popular mountain range hustle right to Madera Canyon and spend their entire visit under the sycamore trees scanning the treetops for birds and the meadows for deer.
The Grand Canyon is an excellent model for learning about Earth's rock formations. Students will look at fossils and the differences in layers to understand how the Earth changed over time.
Plan your minute lesson in Science or volcanoes with helpful tips from Ellen Herman. Turn left at a flagpole between mile markers and at Cottonwood Canyon Road. Follow Cottonwood Canyon Road east for about 8 miles, until you reach a major T intersection with Mineral Mountain Road.
Head south on Box Canyon Road for miles, until you cross a cattle guard. Working side by side, the National Park Service and the Museum were able to gain important knowledge.” The excavations were led by Neff and NPS Archaeologist Lisa Leap.
Grand Canyon National Park’s Deputy Chief of Science and Resource Management Jan Balsom adds, “Each site is unique and irreplaceable, and each site is a window into the past.
During the early Pueblo III period, Woods Canyon Pueblo was a settlement of several households, and the center of the Woods Canyon community was probably at the Bass Site Complex (Site 5MT), Site 5MT, or the Albert Porter Preserve (Site 5MT), all three of which are located on the mesa top within a 2-km radius of Woods Canyon Pueblo.
A box canyon is a small canyon that is generally shorter and narrower than a river canyon, with steep walls on three sides, allowing access and egress only through the mouth of the canyon. Box canyons were frequently used in the western United States as convenient corrals, with their entrances fenced.
Largest canyons. The definition of "largest canyon" is imprecise, because a canyon can be. The Canyon Reservoir chronology and site excavation details were reported in a report that represents a milestone in Texas archeology. In the absence of material suitable for radiocarbon dating, projectile point chronologies provide a reliable means for estimating the age of occupations at archeological sites.Grand Canyon Conservancy is the official nonprofit partner of Grand Canyon National Park.
For more information, visit The Grand Canyon Conservancy (EIN #) is a (c)(3) nonprofit organization. Back to the Top [4,5] Hawk Canyon Road and Hawk Canyon Trail T2.
Description This pair of very gently sloping trails, as you might expect from the names, run along Hawk Canyon, one on each side of the stream that runs through it.
The Trail connects at its south end to the Western Plateau Trail, and merges with the Road at its north end in two places.