|Statement||foreword by Emii W. Haury.|
|LC Classifications||E99.M76 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||48045381|
Pruning the Jornada Branch Mogollon: Changing Perspectives - Prehistory of Southeastern New Mexico [Regge N. Wiseman] on kauainenehcp.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In Donald J. Lehmer published his synthesis The Jornada Branch of the Mogollon Culture, the first such attempt regarding the prehistoric archaeology of south central New MexicoAuthor: Regge N. Wiseman. Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers of the Jornada Mogollon presents the major issues being addressed in Jornada research and reveals the complex, dynamic nature of Jornada prehistory. The Jornada branch of the Mogollon culture and its inhabitants played a significant economic, political, and social role at multiple scales. Mar 05, · kauainenehcp.com: The Jornada Branch of the Mogollon.: , Journals, North America, University of Arizona Social Science Bulletin number 17, 99 pages, wrapper, very good. Research on Mogollon culture has led to the recognition of regional variants, of which the most widely recognized in popular media is the Mimbres culture (Mimbres Mogollon branch). Others include the Jornada, Forestdale, Reserve, Point of Pines (or "Black River"), San Simon, and Upper Gila branches. Although the Mimbres culture is the most well.
The Jornada branch of the Mogollon by Donald J. Lehmer, , Univ. of Arizona edition, in EnglishPages: advances in jornada mogollon archaeology Download advances in jornada mogollon archaeology or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get advances in jornada mogollon archaeology book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Late Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers of the Jornada Mogollon presents the major issues being addressed in Jornada research and reveals the complex, dynamic nature of Jornada prehistory. The Jornada branch of the Mogollon culture and its inhabitants played a significant economic, political, and social role at multiple kauainenehcp.com: Thomas R. Rocek, Nancy A. Kenmotsu. The Mogollon peoples left their signature rock art record in the Jornada and Mimbres regions, but they also produced two other, less widespread styles – one called "Mogollon Red," the other, "Reserve Petroglyph" – in the western regions, near the New Mexico and Arizona border. Both seem to have appeared between A. D. and
In the case of the Mogollon, internal divisions were formalized with the definition of a series of geographical “branches” delineated over more than a decade of research (Wheat ). One of the last major subdivisions added was the Jornada branch of the Mogollon (hereafter Jornada),1 defined byAuthor: Thomas R. Rocek, Nancy A. Kenmotsu. Jan 01, · The prehistory of the Jornada branch of the Mogollon culture has traditionally been interpreted narrowly, using a framework that emphasizes the high visibility portion of the archaeological record. Recently, some archaeologists have broadened Cited by: 5. Apr 13, · The Jornada Mogollon is the name archaeologists use to identify the people who lived in the Tularosa Basin after the Archaic period, which ended almost 2, years ago. The Jornada Mogollon was a group of farmers living in houses in small villages . Get this from a library! Late prehistoric hunter-gatherers and farmers of the Jornada Mogollon. [Thomas R Rocek; Nancy Adele Kenmotsu;] -- "The Jornada branch of the Mogollon culture in southeastern part of the U.S. and northern edge of Mexico played significant economic, political, and social roles. Topics reach beyond the American.