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Published by Pub. for Phillips academy by the Yale university press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pottery, American Indian,
  • Pueblo Indians,
  • Pecos, N.M.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title of vol. I: Robert S. Peabody foundation for archaeology, Phillips academy, Andover, Massachusetts, with co-operation by Carnegie institution of Washington. vol. II: Department of archaeology, Phillips academy, Andover, Massachusetts, Warren K. Moorehead, director, with co-operation by Carnegie institution of Washington and the Laboratory of anthropology.

    Series[Phillips academy, Andover, Mass. Dept. of archaeology] Papers of the South-western expedition. no. 5, 7
    ContributionsAmsden, Charles Avery, 1899-1941, Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963., Shepard, Anna Osler, 1903-1973
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. col. fronts., illus., plates, diagrs.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16064076M

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The Pottery of Pecos Item Preview The technology of Pecos pottery, by Anna O. Shepard. Bibliography (p. []); Alfred Vincent Kidder (Octo - J ) was an American archaeologist considered the foremost of the southwestern United States and Mesoamerica during the first half of the 20th century.[citation needed.

OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title of vol. I: Robert S. Peabody Foundation for Archaeology, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, with co-operation by Carnegie Institution of Washington.

vol. II: Department of Archaeology, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, Warren K. Moorehead, Director, with co-operation pottery of Pecos. book Carnegie Institution of Washington and the Laboratory of. The pottery of Pecos: The glaze-paint, culinary, and other wares (Classics of anthropology) [Kidder, Alfred Vincent] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying pottery of Pecos.

book. The pottery of Pecos: The glaze-paint, culinary, and other wares (Classics of anthropology)Author: Alfred Vincent Kidder. Title The Pottery of Pecos Format Book Published New Haven, Pub.

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Before you know it, the kids in your crew will be living as the Pecos people once did – designing pottery, decoding messages in Morse Code, and creating a unique brand of cattle.

The booklet also serves as a guide for what to see and do at the park. Full text of "The Pottery of Pecos A full series of type specimens, many of which are illustrated pottery of Pecos. book this book, was sent to the Museum in ; but certain unique vessels and the bulk of the more common pieces must be held at Andover until completion of the reports.

Title: The Pottery of Pottery of Pecos. book Publication Type: Book: Place Published: New Haven, CT: Publisher: Oxford University Press: Year: Keywords: Indian pottery.

NOTES ON THE POTTERY OF PECOS Pottery of Pecos. book M. AND A. KIDDER T” E pueblo of Pecos in San Miguel county, New Mexico, was abandoned in ; after a presumably continuous occupa- tion from an early period in prehistoric times. Its rubbish heaps, therefore, contain the accumulations of several centuries, and some of them are so stratified that by a Cited pottery of Pecos.

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Alfred Vincent Kidder (Octo – J ) was an American archaeologist considered the foremost of the southwestern United States and Mesoamerica during the first half of the 20th century. [citation needed] He saw a disciplined system of archaeological techniques as a means to extend the principles of anthropology into the prehistoric past and so was the originator of the Alma mater: Harvard University (Ph.D)().

Rose Pecos-Sun Rhodes is a Native American Indian that was born on into the the small but active Jemez Pueblo. She learned the traditional methods of working with clay art form by observing and assisting her mother, Carol Pecos.

Rose has been. Thus, the volcanic tempered pottery is likely a result of trade with groups from the Pajarito Plateau, roughly 85 km ( mi) west of the Pecos Valley, or from exchange with closer neighbors in the Galisteo Basin approximately 24 km ( mi) west of the Pecos Valley, who in.

The Pueblo IV Period (AD to AD ) was the fourth period of ancient pueblo life in the American the end of prior Pueblo III Period, Ancestral Puebloans living in the Colorado and Utah regions abandoned their settlements and migrated south to the Pecos River and Rio Grande valleys.

As a result, pueblos in those areas saw a significant increase in total population. Hardcover. Condition: VGFN. Reprint. xvi, pp. Bibliography. Red cloth, spine title gilt. Over illustrations. "deals with the specimens, other than pottery, found at the ruined Indian pueblo of Pecos in San Miguel County, New Mexico during investigations carried on between and " Minor rubbing at extremeties otherwise Fine.

From inside the book. What people Alfred Vincent Kidder Snippet view - The Artifacts of Pecos Alfred Vincent objects obsidian Olivella oval pendants perforated Phillips Academy phyllite pieces Pipes of Class points polished post-Columbian pottery presumably probably Glaze Projectile points Pueblo quartz rectangular Ridge-backed.

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Creator Kidder, Alfred Vincent, Subjects Pecos (N.M.); Pottery - New Mexico - Pecos.; Indian pottery - North America. Contents. The dull-paint wares, by. NOTES ON THE POTTERY OF PECOS By M. AND A. KIDDER THE pueblo of Pecos in San Miguel county, New Mexico, was abandoned in ; after a presumably continuous occupa-tion from an early period in prehistoric times.

Its rubbish heaps, therefore. Pecos Indians bartered crops, clothing, and pottery with the Apaches and later the Spaniards and Comanche's for buffalo products, alibates flint for cutting tools, and slaves. These Plains goods were in turn swapped west to other pueblos for pottery, parrot feathers, turquoise, and other items.

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