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Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter, southeastern Oregon

C. Melvin Aikens

Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter, southeastern Oregon

by C. Melvin Aikens

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Published by Idaho State University Museum of Natural History] in [Pocatello .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dirty Shame Rockshelter (Or.)
    • Subjects:
    • Dirty Shame Rockshelter (Or.)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 27-29.

      StatementC. Melvin Aikens, David L. Cole, and Robert Stuckenrath.
      SeriesTebiwa ;, no. 4
      ContributionsCole, David L., joint author., Stuckenrath, Robert, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.I18 T43 no. 4, E78.O6 T43 no. 4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination29 p. :
      Number of Pages29
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4696909M
      LC Control Number77624177

      The book ‘Support of Underground Excavations in Hard Rock’ testi-fies to the willingness of Canadian industries and universities to col-laborate in the field of pre-competitive research and learning, to jointly pursue excellence, and to work together towards the economic and . Excavations at Dirty Shame Rock- shelter, Southeastern Oregon. Pocatello: Tebiwa: Miscellaneous Papers of the Idaho State University Museum of Nat- ural History, No. 4. Bedwell, S. F. Fort Rock Basin: Prehistory and En- vironment. Eugene: University of Ore- gon Press. Bettinger, R. L.

      underground excavations in rock This book deals with the geotechnical aspects of the design of underground openings for mining and civil engineering purposes. It contains a number of worked examples to assist the reader in applying the techniques described to his or her own by:   A small stone tool unearthed in eastern Oregon appears to be so ancient that the history of humans in the area may have to be rewritten, archaeologists say. The agate scraper found at a rock.

      Your Must-Have Guide to the Rocks and Minerals of Washington and Oregon. Get the perfect guide to rocks and minerals in the Evergreen and Beaver States! This book by Dan R. Lynch and Bob Lynch features comprehensive entries for Washington and /5(81). Associate Editor for Reviews and Book Notes: DIANE E. GELBURD, Economics and Social Sciences Division, Soil Conservation Service, Pinewood Street, Falls Church, VA Excavations Andrews, Adovasio, and Carlisle: Perishable Industries from Dirty Shame Rockshelter, Malheur County, Oregon Robert McKelvy Bird Malcolm C.


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Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter, southeastern Oregon by C. Melvin Aikens Download PDF EPUB FB2

University of Oregon Field Camp under the direction of Dr. Dennis Jenkins would conduct research excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter to determine the potential of a subsurface component. Dirty Shame Rockshelter is located on BLM administered public land located in the Owyhee Uplands of the Northern Great Basin (Figure 1) within the.

Dirty Shame Rockshelter, in the Owyhee Uplands of southeastern Oregon, southeastern Oregon book named for the fact that its exceptionally valuable prehistoric deposit was heavily pillaged by artifact collectors before the site was brought to the attention of University of Oregon.

Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter, southeastern Oregon. [Pocatello: Idaho State University Museum of Natural History], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Melvin Aikens; David L Cole; Robert Stuckenrath.

Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter, southeastern Oregon by C. Melvin Aikens,Idaho State University Museum of Natural History] edition, in EnglishPages: Cite this Record. Report on Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter. Dave Cole.

(tDAR id: ). Excavations at Dirty Shame Rockshelter, southeastern Oregon, [Pocatello: Idaho State University Museum of Natural History]. Original Caption: Rockshelter lies at base of cliff, above stream. Tag(s): Geology and Mineralogy, Landscapes, cave, cliff. This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. References Cited. Adovasio, James M. Basketry Technology: A Guide to Identification and Publishing Company, Chicago. Andrews, R. L., James M. Adovasio, and R. Carlise Perishable Industries from Dirty Shame Rockshelter, Malheur County Oregon.

Ethnology Monographs No. 9 Univesrity of Pittsburgh and University of Oregon Anthropological Papers No. 34. An archaeological team excavates the Rimrock Draw Rockshelter site in A stone tool has been found at the site that could be more t years old.

Two years ago an archaeological site near the community of Riley made national news when a small, orange-colored tool and hearths found at the Rimrock Draw Rockshelter suggested that the southeastern Oregon site was among the oldest human occupations in the Western United States.

Want to learn more about the # archaeology of the Rimrock Draw Rockshelter in southeastern Oregon. Check out this interview with BLM Archaeologist Scott Thomas, highlighting the work of partners from the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History, the Oregon Archaeological Society, and the BLM.

() Perishable Industries from Dirty Shame Rockshelter, Malheur County, Oregon. University of Oregon Antrhopological Papers University of Oregon, Eugene.

Arnold, J. () The Archaeology of Complex Hunter-Gatherers. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 3(2) - Arnold, Q. Dr. Patrick O’Grady; Staff Archeologist at the University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History The field season at Rimrock Draw Rockshelter was highlighted by remarkable new insights into the geologic foundations of the site and the activities of its ancient occupants.

The presentation will include a summary of the preliminary findings from the field season, and. Excavations – Safe practices for small business owners and contractors. is an Oregon OSHA Standards and Technical Resources publication. • Layout and design: Patricia Young, Oregon OSHA • Editing and proofing: Mark Peterson, DCBS Communications.

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Underground Excavations in Rock deals with the geotechnica /5. The Dirty Shame Rockshelter site (35ML65) is in southeastern Oregon on Antelope Creek. Occupation of this site began during the Fort Rock period and was a summer-fall based camp.

For Release: March 5, Contact: Stephen Baker () Evidence of. One of the. Oldest Human Occupation. s in Western United. States. Discovered on File Size: KB. A group of archaeologists from the University of Oregon and the Bureau of Land Management has found an at leyear-old orange agate tool at a.

The Fremont complex is composed of farmers and foragers who occupied the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin region of western North America from about to years ago. These people included both immigrants and indigenes who shared some material culture and symbolic attributes, but also varied in ways not captured by definitions of the Fremont as a shared cultural Cited by: This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

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