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Glen Canyon archeological survey

Don D. Fowler

Glen Canyon archeological survey

by Don D. Fowler

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Published by Dept. of Anthropology, University of Utah Press in Salt Lake City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Utah.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Don D.Fowler ; with a chapter, Pottery, by Florence C. Lister.
    SeriesAnthropological papers (University of Utah. Dept. of Anthropology) -- no. 39, Glen Canyon series -- no. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22256491M

    An Analysis of the Potential for Glen Canyon Dam. Releases to Inundate Archaeological Sites in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. U.S. Department of the Interior. U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report –Author: Hoda A. Sondossi, Helen C. Fairley. It is planned that this archeological survey of Glen Canyon will be followed by reports on excavation and synthesis. However, the participants in the project have already set a firm foundation for the analysis of culture history in this remote, often dangerous and rigorous, but spectacular section of the northern Southwest. This re-.

    AKA Glen Canyon Series Number 6. Part II of III Parts. Contains the archaeological survey of the Kaiparowits Plateau by James Gunnerson, the Glen Canyon main stem survey by Don Fowler, and the San Juan triangle survey by Ted Weller reports. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Don Fowler books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part 1. Don D Fowler. 21 Apr Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Camels Back Cave. Dave Schmitt.

    Administratively, the initiation of the Black Canyon of the I Gunnison archeological survey began in with a small ($3,) pur-chase order to the University of Colorado. It was supplemented in ($1,) and the University of Colorado continued the survey of the area. It was and the year-old doctoral student was leading the first research excavation crew of his career as part of the Glen Canyon Archeological Project in southern Utah. Members of the Glen Canyon Project Field School at Loper Ruin, mouth of Red Canyon, in the summer of , from left: Peter Bodenheimer, Joe Jorgensen, Bill Lipe, Keith Location: PO Box , Pullman, WA,


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Because this area is becoming increasingly controversial, with a raging debate over whether Lake Powell should be drained, Glen Canyon: An Archaeological Summary stands as more than a model of salvage archaeology.

It is also a record and 5/5(1). Prior to little was known of the archeology of the area in and near the Glen Canyon of the Colorado River in southeastern Utah and northern Arizona. Difficulties of logistics and access limited a thorough survey and study in the area.

Archeological sites were recorded, however, as early as John W. Powell () noted the ruins at both White and Red canyons during Author: Don D. Fowler, Florence C. Lister. The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part 1: University Of Utah Anthropological Papers, Department Of Anthropology, No.

39, May, [Don D. Fowler, James H. Gunnerson, Jesse D. Jennings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Additional Contributors Include Robert H.

Lister, Dee Ann Suhn And Ted Weller. Edited By Charles E. Dibble. The Glen Canyon Dam was constructed on the Colorado River from as one of four dams in the United States Bureau of Reclamation’s Colorado River Storage Project. Built to generate power and store water from the Colorado River in Lake Mead, the dam elicited a Glen Canyon archeological survey book response from people at the time it was constructed and continues to do.

The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part 1: University Of Utah Anthropological Papers, Department Of Anthropology, No. 39, May, by Don D. Fowler, James H. Gunnerson, Jesse D. Jennings ISBN (). Since the completion of Glen Canyon Dam inthe amount of sediment available in the Colorado River in Grand Canyon has been greatly diminished, causing erosion of beaches and sandbars.

Erosion, deterioration, and loss of archeological sites are among the documented impacts of the sediment-starved river system. The Glen Canyon archeological survey. Salt Lake City: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Utah Press.

MLA Citation. Fowler, Don D. The Glen Canyon archeological survey / by Don ; with a chapter, Pottery, by Florence C. Lister Dept. of Anthropology, University of Utah Press Salt Lake City Australian/Harvard Citation.

Gunnerson, James H. Overview. Works: Archeological survey in the Hammond Canyon area, southeastern Utah by James H Gunnerson (Book) 3 editions published The Glen Canyon archeological survey by Don D Fowler.

Cite this Record. Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part I. Don D. Fowler. Glen Canyon Series. Salt Lake City, Ut: University of Utah Press. (tDAR id: ). UUAP Glen Canyon Archaeological Survey – Part I (Fowler) UUAP Glen Canyon Archaeological Survey – Part II (Fowler) UUAP Glen Canyon Archaeological Survey – Part III (Fowler) UUAP Ecological Studies of Flora and Fauna in Glen Canyon (Woodbury) UUAP The Coombs Site: Part I (Lister).

The area surveyed encompassed a mile stretch of the river corridor, extending from Glen Canyon Dam to Separation Canyon. The vertical extent of the survey area was the riverine environment that incorporated all terrestrial river-derived sediments below the estimatedcfs level, as well as a few areas of eolian sand dunes lying.

The Glen Canyon archaeological survey photograph collection contains images of excavations, artifacts, and cliff dwellings taken during an archaeological survey of Glen Canyon prior to its flooding. The survey was headed by Jesse Jennings of the University of Utah Department of Anthropology.

Included are photographs of some of the members of. Buy a cheap copy of Glen Canyon: An Archaeological Summary book by Jesse D. Jennings. InCongress passed legislation that provided authorization and funds for emergency research to be conducted in Glen Canyon in response to the threat of losses Free shipping over $ Bibliography of Florence C.

and Robert F. Lister. Lister, Florence C. Pottery Analysis. In The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part III, by Don D. Fowler, pp. University of Utah Anthropological Papers, No. Salt Lake City, Utah. for the book. Aztec, Salmon and the Middle San Juan: A Pueblo Heartland.

Upland Kiva - Never Covered by the waters of Lake Powell Overview - Glen Canyon Project - Archeological and Historical Surveys. During late the Glen Canyon Project came into being for the salvage of cultural and natural history of the area to be flooded and utilized by the creation of the Glen Canyon Dam.

The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part 1, May (My spring and summer in Zion National Park) One of my Mormon friends, told me that if one prayed earnestly—some lines from The Book of Alma in The Book of Mormon —one would hear a response from God.

Topographic Change Detection at Select Archeological Sites in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, – By Brian D. Collins, Skye C. Corbett, Helen C. Fairley, Diane Minasian, Robert Kayen, Timothy P. Dealy, and David R.

Bedford. An excerpt from "Glen Canyon Archeology II," the second of three films produced by the National Parks Service and the University of Utah Anthropology Department outlining the survey and excavation. The landscape of the Colorado River through Glen Canyon National Recreation Area formed over many thousands of years and was modified substantially after the completion of Glen Canyon Dam in Changes to river flow, sediment supply, channel base level, lateral extent of sedimentary terraces, and vegetation in the post-dam era have modified the river-corridor Author: Amy E.

East, Joel B. Sankey, Helen C. Fairley, Joshua J. Caster, Alan Kasprak. This book summarizes and analyzes environmental research conducted in the lower Colorado River below the Glen Canyon Dam under the leadership of the Bureau of Reclamation.

It reviews alternative dam operations to mitigate impacts in the lower Colorado riverine environment and the strengths and weaknesses of large federal agencies dealing with.

Music Temple, one of Glen Canyon's most attractive side canyons, was submerged beneath Lake Powell more than 50 years ago.

Fortunately, the Colorado River traveler's register kept there was moved to safety and preserved in a university library. Soon after the Glen Canyon Dam began blocking the flow of the Colorado River inthe rising waters .Lipe, William D. Why Did We Do It That Way" The University of Utah Glen Canyon Project in Retrospect.

In Glen Canyon, Legislative Struggles, and Contract Archaeology: Papers in Honor of Carol]. Condie, edited by Emily J. Brown, Carol J. Condie, and Helen K. Crotty, pp.