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035    eHRAF Archaeology 
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245 00 Basketmaker :|bNT93. 
260    New Haven, Conn. :|bHuman Relations Area Files,|c2011- 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  EHRAF archaeology. North America 
500    Title from Web page (viewed Nov. 12, 2011). 
500    This portion of eHRAF archaeology was released in 2011. 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |tCowboys and cave dwellers /|rFred M. Blackburn & Ray A. 
       Williamson --|tCarbon and nitrogen isotopic evidence on 
       Basketmaker II diet at cedar Mesa, Utah /|rBrian Chisholm 
       ; R.G. Matson --|tRoots of Anasazi and Pueblo imagery in 
       Basketmaker II rock art and material culture /|rSally J. 
       Cole --|tThe search for Anasazi village origins /|rKaren 
       M. Dohm --|tAnasazi origins /|rPhil R. Geib ; Dale 
       Davidson --|tLukachukai and Salina Springs /|rDennis 
       Gilpin --|tPrehistoric cooperation and competition in the 
       western Anasazi area /|rGeorge J. Gumerman and Jeffrey S. 
       Dean --|tAnomalous Basketmaker II sites on Cedar Mesa ; 
       The origins of southwestern agriculture /|rR.G. Matson --
       |tBasketmaker II lithic technology and mobility patterns 
       on Cedar Mesa, southeast Utah /|rReid J. Nelson --|tThe 
       agricultural transition in the northern Southwest /
       |rFrancis E. Smiley --|tTradition Summary, Basketmaker /
       |rFrancis Smiley --|tNew trails for old shoes /|rLaurie D.
       Webster ; Kelley A. Hays-Gilpin. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520 2  This collection of 13 documents discusses the Basketmaker 
       tradition in the Four Corner's region (northeastern 
       Arizona, southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, 
       and southeastern Utah) in the United States from around 
       3500 BP-1250 BP (1500 BC- AD 750). Two documents provide 
       overviews of the Basketmaker tradition. One the best 
       places to start is Blackburn and Williamson because they 
       describe efforts by avocational archaeologists to relocate
       the original 1890s Wetherill excavations. Matson (1991) 
       describes his own work on Cedar Mesa and also provides a 
       cultural summary of Basketmaker culture. Several documents
       are articles from an issue of the journal, Kiva, which was
       devoted to research on Basketmaker II. Two articles 
       describe the authors' findings from excavated sites: Old 
       Man Cave, Lukachukai, and Salina Springs. Other topics 
       covered include maize, settlement patterns, rock art, and 
       the spread of agriculture in the Southwest. The final 
       document by Gumerman and Dean examines the Basketmaker II-
       III archaeological record to explain the Anasazi society. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Basket-Maker Indians. 
650  0 Indians of North America|zSouthwest, New|xAntiquities. 
650  0 Excavations (Archaeology)|zSouthwest, New. 
650  0 Pueblo Indians|xAgriculture. 
650  0 Pueblo Indians|xAntiquities. 
650  0 Agriculture, Prehistoric|zSouthwest, New. 
650  0 Corn|zSouthwest, New|xHistory. 
651  0 Southwest, New|xAntiquities. 
651  7 Southwest, New.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01244556 
655  7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
700 12 Blackburn, Fred M.|tCowboys and cave dwellers. 
700 12 Chisholm, Brian.|tCarbon and nitrogen isotopic evidence on
       Basketmaker II diet at cedar Mesa, Utah. 
700 12 Cole, Sally J.|tRoots of Anasazi and Pueblo imagery in 
       Basketmaker II rock art and material culture. 
700 12 Dohm, Karen M.|tSearch for Anasazi village origins. 
700 12 Geib, Phil R.|tAnasazi origins. 
700 12 Gilpin, Dennis.|tLukachukai and Salina Springs. 
700 12 Gumerman, George J.|tPrehistoric cooperation and 
       competition in the western Anasazi area. 
700 12 Matson, R. G.|q(Richard Ghia),|d1944-|tAnomalous 
       Basketmaker II sites on Cedar Mesa. 
700 12 Matson, R. G.|q(Richard Ghia),|d1944-|tOrigins of 
       southwestern agriculture. 
700 12 Nelson, Reid J.|tBasketmaker II lithic technology and 
       mobility patterns on Cedar Mesa, southeast Utah. 
700 12 Smiley, F. E.|tAgricultural transition in the northern 
       Southwest. 
700 12 Smiley, F. E.|tTradition summary, Basketmaker. 
700 12 Webster, Laurie D.,|d1952-|tNew trails for old shoes. 
710 2  Human Relations Area Files, inc. 
830  0 EHRAF archaeology.|pNorth America. 
856 40 |uhttp://0-ehrafArchaeology.yale.edu.lib.utep.edu/
       collection?owc=NT93|zTo access this resource 
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