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Contributions to the archaeology of Oregon, 1983-1986

Contributions to the archaeology of Oregon, 1983-1986

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Published by Dept. of Anthropology and the University Foundation, Portland State University, Association of Oregon Archaeologists in [Portland, Or.], Salem, Or .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oregon
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Oregon -- Antiquities -- Congresses.,
    • Oregon -- Antiquities -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Kenneth M. Ames.
      SeriesOccasional papers / Association of Oregon Archaeologists ;, no. 3, Occasional papers (Association of Oregon Archaeologists) ;, no. 3.
      ContributionsAmes, Kenneth M., Association of Oregon Archaeologists., Oregon Archaeology Conference (1st : 1985 : Portland, Or.), Symposium of Oregon Archaeologists., Northwest Anthropological Conference.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.O6 C66 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination264 p. :
      Number of Pages264
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1805212M
      LC Control Number89211634

      Cultural resource overview of BLM lands in northwestern Oregon: archaeology, ethnography, history by Rick Minor [et al.] ; with a contribution by L.R. Steeves. New Perspectives in Global Public Archaeology by Okamura, Katsuyuki available in Hardcover on , also read synopsis and reviews. This volume critically examines the current theories and practices of public archaeology through.

      Author of An overview of investigations at 45SA11, The Stauffer-Will Farmstead, The pit-and-groove petroglyph style in southern California, Lava Island Rockshelter, Archaeology of the North Yaquina Head Shell Middens, Central Oregon Coast, Archaeological investigations at Yaquina Head, Central Oregon Coast, Cultural resource overview of the BLM Lakeview District, south-central Oregon. Excavation, in archaeology, the exposure, recording, and recovery of buried material remains. In a sense, excavation is the surgical aspect of archaeology: it is surgery of the buried landscape and is carried out with all the skilled craftsmanship that has been built .

      Includes bibliographical references (p. ) Addeddate Call number EO6 A54 Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Archaeology A Career in Archaeology in the United States - FAQ Addresses the issues of job availability and potential employment, educational requirements, and how to volunteer for a dig. It also contains references to sources for background information in the field of archaeology. A Mesoamerican Archaeology WWW Page This site holds a broad range of sources of topical.


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Contributions to the archaeology of Oregon;: Final report on the Gold hill burial site ([Oregon. University] Studies in : Luther Sheeleigh Cressman. Book Title Contributions To the Archaeology 1983-1986 book Oregon ; Pages - Publisher Association of Oregon Archaeologists; Document Type chapter Language English Location SHPO, Trade Street SE, Salem, or [] tDAR ID Book Title Contributions To the Archaeology of Oregon ; Pages 62 - 79 Publisher Association of Oregon Archaeologists; Document Type chapter Language English Location SHPO, Trade Street SE, Salem, or [] tDAR ID Book Title Contributions To the Archaeology of Oregon ; Pages 80 - Publisher Association of Oregon Archaeologists; Document Type chapter Language English Location SHPO, Trade Street SE, Salem, or [] tDAR ID 7 Oregon Native American Cultural Diversity and Integration with an Epilogue on Cultural Resource Management Archaeology in Oregon.

Oregon-wide Parallels in Environmental and Cultural History Language History in Aboriginal Oregon: Old Settlers and Later Arrivals. "Archaeology of the Central Oregon Coastal Region." Cultural Resource Overview of BLM Lands in West-Central Oregon. Eugene: Heritage Research Associates, Oregon Archaeology incorporates this new knowledge, telling the story of Native American cultures in Oregon beginning with the earliest evidence of human occupation ab years ago and.

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Manufacturer: University of Oregon. Archaeological research has revealed much about Oregon's history in the last twenty years. Oregon Archaeology incorporates this new knowledge, telling the story of Native American cultures in Oregon beginning with the earliest evidence of human occupation ab years ago and continuing into the nineteenth century.

It includes selected studies in contact-historic period archaeology Reviews: () Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, Occasional Papers 6. Association of Oregon Archaeologists, Portland. Ames, K. (a) Instability in Prehistoric Residential Patterns on the Intermontane Plateau.

Paper presented at the 41st Northwest Anthropological Conference, Tacoma. Archaeology of the Tahkenitch Landing Site: Early Prehistoric Occupation on the Oregon Coast.

Eugene: Heritage Research Associates, Print. Toepel, Kathryn A., and Rick Minor. “Archaeology of the Central Oregon Coastal Region.” Cultural Resource Overview of BLM Lands in West-Central Oregon.

Eugene: Heritage Research Associates, Preliminary Sampling of the Three Rox Site, LNC, on the Oregon Coast.

In Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, –," edited by Don E. Dumond, 47– Association of Oregon Archaeologists, Occasional Papers No.

Portland,   The award recognizes the book as a definitive text on Oregon's human history and as an outstanding contribution to the field of archaeology in the state.

The award was one of eight given May 9 during the Oregon Heritage Excellence Awards banquet in Portland. Lane Community College Library E 30th Ave., Eugene OR 2nd floor, Center Bldg. () Please direct comments about this site to [email protected] The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) OAS business meetings convene at 7pm, with the lecture following at approximately The OAS General Meeting and the lecture are free and open to the public.

For information on upcoming Portland area archaeology events and lectures, click here>>. Robert Hedges. In recognition of his distinguished record of contributions to the advancement of archaeological science, the Archaeological Institute of America is pleased to award the Pomerance Award for Scientific Contributions to Archaeology to Prof.

Robert (R.E.M.) Hedges. Over the course of his distinguished career, there are few areas of archaeological science that Hedges has. download and print the book order form here: OAS Press Book Order Form Send the order form and a check or money order to: Oregon Archaeological Society P.

Box Portland, Oregon Full payment must be received before items can ship. Shipping and handling (unless otherwise specified) is $ to $ per book for domestic US. The book is about the adventures of the two children of a contract archaeologist who bring along their school friend on digs in eastern Oregon.

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In Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon Edited by Kenneth M. Ames. Association of Oregon Occasional Papers Cheatham, Richard D. Archaeological Investigations at the Williamson River Bridge Site (35KL): a Riverside Fishing Camp in Klamath County, Oregon.

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Cannon W, Ricks M () The Lake County Rock Art Inventory: Implications for Prehistoric Settlement and Land Use Patters.

In: Ames KM, editor. Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon – Portland: Association of Oregon Archaeologists Occasional Papers 3. pp. 1–