The archaeology of Navajo origins /

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Other Authors: Towner, Ronald H., 1957-
Format: eBook
Published: Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, ©1996.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Part I: Archaeological concepts of Navajo origins. Questions and problems in pre-Fort Sumner Navajo archaeology / Ronald H. Towner and Jeffrey S. Dean
  • Ethnic identity and protohistoric archaeological sites in northwestern New Mexico: implications for reconstructions of Navajo and Ute history / Curtis F. Schaafsma
  • The Protohistoric transition in the northern San Juan region / Gary M. Brown
  • Radiocarbon and tree-ring dating at early Navajo sites: examples from the Aztec area / Jerry Fetterman
  • Reexamining gobernador polychrome: toward a new understanding of the early Navajo chronological sequence in northwestern New Mexico / Paul F. Reed and Lori Stephens Reed
  • Protohistoric and early historic Navajo lithic technology in northwest New Mexico / Timothy M. Kearns
  • Part II: Navajo expansion out of the Dinétah. The Pueblito phenomenon: a new perspective on post-revolt Navajo culture / Ronald H. Towner
  • Early Navajo occupation west of the Chuska Mountains / Dennis Gilpin
  • The Early Navajo occupation of the Grand Canyon region / Richard M. Begay and Alexandra Roberts
  • Part III: Archaeological evidence of Navajo ceremonialism. In the shadow of the Holy People: ceremonial imagery in Dinétah / James M. Copeland and Hugh C. Rogers
  • Material correlates of early Navajo ceremonialism / Charles W. Wheeler, Scott Wilcox, and David O. Ayers
  • Part IV: Conclusion. Navajo archaeology: a promising past / David M. Brugge.