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The Resource Across the Chichimec Sea : papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley, edited by Carroll L. Riley and Basil C. Hedrick

Across the Chichimec Sea : papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley, edited by Carroll L. Riley and Basil C. Hedrick

Label
Across the Chichimec Sea : papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley
Title
Across the Chichimec Sea
Title remainder
papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carroll L. Riley and Basil C. Hedrick
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
979
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
F1219
LC item number
.A2 1978
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Across the Chichimec Sea : papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley, edited by Carroll L. Riley and Basil C. Hedrick
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 274-303
Contents
Riley, C.L. Retrospect and prospect.--Pt. I. The Upper Southwest: Brody, J.J. Mimbres painting and the northern frontier.--Gumerman, G.J. Regional variation in the Southwest and the question of Mesoamerican relationships.--Lange, C.H. Spanish-Mexican presence in the Cochiti-Bandelier area, New Mexico.--Riley, C.L. Pecos and trade.--Pt. II. The North Mexican frontier: Braniff, C.B. Preliminary interpretations regarding the role of the San Miguel River, Sonora, Mexico.--Brooks, R.H.A Loma San Gabriel/Chalchihuites cultural manifestation in the Rio Ramos region, Durango, Mexico.--Brooks, S.T. and Brooks, R.H. Palaeoepidemiology as a possible interpretation of mutiple child burials near Zape Chico, Durango, Mexico.--Kelley, E.A. The temple of the skulls at Alta Vista, Chalchihuites.--Meighan, C.W. Application of Obsidian dating to West Mexican archaeological problems.--Pailes, R.A. The Rio Sonora culture in prehistoric trade systems.--Schondube B., Otto and Javier Galvan V., L. Salvage archaeology at El Grillo-Tabachines, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.--Spence, M.W.A cultural sequence from the Sierra Madre of Durango, Mexico, with an appendix by Hugh C. Cutler, "Corn from Seven Durango (Mexico) caves." Part III. Mesoamericans and Spaniards in the greater Southwest: Brand, D.D. Erroneous locations of two sixteenth-century Spanish settlements in Western Nueva Espana.--Frisbie, T.R. High status burials in the greater Southwest.--Hedrick, B.C. The location of Corazones.--Lister, R.H. Mesoamerican influences at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.--Reyman, J.E. Pochteca burials at Anasazi sites?
Control code
3627497
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xviii, 318 p.
Isbn
9780809308293
Lccn
78000802
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): From the library of Campbell W. Pennington, gift of Campbell W. Pennington (SW Writers Access. No. 90-088).
Other physical details
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Label
Across the Chichimec Sea : papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley, edited by Carroll L. Riley and Basil C. Hedrick
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 274-303
Contents
Riley, C.L. Retrospect and prospect.--Pt. I. The Upper Southwest: Brody, J.J. Mimbres painting and the northern frontier.--Gumerman, G.J. Regional variation in the Southwest and the question of Mesoamerican relationships.--Lange, C.H. Spanish-Mexican presence in the Cochiti-Bandelier area, New Mexico.--Riley, C.L. Pecos and trade.--Pt. II. The North Mexican frontier: Braniff, C.B. Preliminary interpretations regarding the role of the San Miguel River, Sonora, Mexico.--Brooks, R.H.A Loma San Gabriel/Chalchihuites cultural manifestation in the Rio Ramos region, Durango, Mexico.--Brooks, S.T. and Brooks, R.H. Palaeoepidemiology as a possible interpretation of mutiple child burials near Zape Chico, Durango, Mexico.--Kelley, E.A. The temple of the skulls at Alta Vista, Chalchihuites.--Meighan, C.W. Application of Obsidian dating to West Mexican archaeological problems.--Pailes, R.A. The Rio Sonora culture in prehistoric trade systems.--Schondube B., Otto and Javier Galvan V., L. Salvage archaeology at El Grillo-Tabachines, Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico.--Spence, M.W.A cultural sequence from the Sierra Madre of Durango, Mexico, with an appendix by Hugh C. Cutler, "Corn from Seven Durango (Mexico) caves." Part III. Mesoamericans and Spaniards in the greater Southwest: Brand, D.D. Erroneous locations of two sixteenth-century Spanish settlements in Western Nueva Espana.--Frisbie, T.R. High status burials in the greater Southwest.--Hedrick, B.C. The location of Corazones.--Lister, R.H. Mesoamerican influences at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.--Reyman, J.E. Pochteca burials at Anasazi sites?
Control code
3627497
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xviii, 318 p.
Isbn
9780809308293
Lccn
78000802
Note
Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): From the library of Campbell W. Pennington, gift of Campbell W. Pennington (SW Writers Access. No. 90-088).
Other physical details
ill.

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