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Title From the land of ever winter to the American Southwest : Athapaskan migrations, mobility, and ethnogenesis / edited by Deni J. Seymour.
Imprint Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, ©2012.


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Description 1 online resource (xii, 443 pages) : illustrations
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
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Subject Athapascan Indians -- Southwest, New -- Origin.
Athapascan Indians -- Southwest, New -- Migrations.
Athapascan Indians -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Southwest, New.
Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
New Southwest.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents 1. Athapaskan migrations, mobility, and ethnogenesis: an introduction / Deni J. Seymour -- 2. Apachean archaeology of Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado and the Colorado Front Range / Robert H. Brunswig -- 3. Looking for Lovitt in all the wrong places: migration models and the Athapaskan diaspora as viewed from eastern Colorado / Kevin P. Gilmore and Sean Larmore -- 4. Tierra Blanca: a complex issue / David T. Hughes -- 5. Isolating a pre-differentiation Athapaskan assemblage in the southern southwest: the Cerro Rojo complex / Deni J. Seymour -- 6. Emergence of the Navajo people / David M. Brugge -- 7. Navajo emergence in Dinétah: social imaginary and archaeology / Douglas d. Dykeman and Paul Roebuck -- 8. We do not forget; we remember: Mescalero Apache origins and migration as reflected in place names / David L. Carmichael and Claire R. Farrer -- 9. Finding and not finding Athapaskans in the archaeological record using percentage stratigraphy / Dale Walde -- 10. Variation in the production of ceramics by Athapaskans in the western United States / David V. Hill -- 11. DNA evidence of a prehistoric Athapaskan migration from the subarctic to the southwest of North America / Ripan S. Malhi -- 12. Linguistic evidence regarding the Apachean migration / Keren Rice -- 13. Apache names in Spanish and early Mexican documents: what they can tell us about the early contact Apache dialect situation / Willem J. de Reuse -- 14. Southern Athapaskan quotative evidentials: a discursive areal typology / Anthony K. Webster -- 15. The ancestral Chipewyan became the Navajo and Apache: new support for the northwest plains-mountain route to the American southwest / Bryan C. Gordon -- 16. Modeling Athapaskan migrations / Martin P.R. Magne -- 17. "Big trips" and prehistoric Apache movement and interaction: models for early Athapaskan migrations / Deni J. Seymour -- 18. Issues in Athapaskan prehistory / Roy L. Carlson.
Other Author Seymour, Deni J.
Other Title Print version: 9781607811756 1607811758
Print version: From the land of ever winter to the American Southwest. Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, ©2012 9781607811756