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Ozette archaeological project research reports

Ozette archaeological project research reports

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Published by Dept. of Anthropology, Washington State University, National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Regional Office in Pullman, WA, Seattle .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ozette Site (Wash.),
  • Washington (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Makah Indians -- Antiquities.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Washington (State),
    • Ozette Site (Wash.)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Stephan R. Samuels.
      SeriesWSU Department of Anthropology reports of investigations,, 63-<66 >
      ContributionsSamuels, Stephan R., Washington State University. Dept. of Anthropology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.M19 O94 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1-2 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1362035M
      LC Control Number92622752
      OCLC/WorldCa29727951

      Richard Deo Daugherty (Ma – Febru ) was an American archaeologist and professor, who led the excavation of the Ozette Indian Village Archeological Site in Washington state during the s. The Ozette Indian Village, which was buried and preserved in a mudslide in the s, has been called "the most significant archaeological dig of the 20th .   Ozette Archaeological Project Reports. volume 1. House Structure and Floor Midden. Department of Anthropology Reports of Investigations Pullman: Department of Anthropology, Washington State University; and Seattle: National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Regional Office. Google Scholar.

      Ozette Archaeological Projects Research Reports, Volume 1: House Structure and Floor Midden. Washington State University Reports of Investigations, No. Pullman: Washington State University. Google ScholarAuthor: Andrew R. C. Martindale. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections Journal of materials engineering. Journal of .

      Biography Early life: – John Grahame Douglas Clark was born on 28 July He was the eldest son of Maude Ethel Grahame Clark (née Shaw) and Charles Douglas Clark, the latter being a stockbroker and a reserve officer in the British Army. The family were upper middle-class and moderately prosperous. They lived in the village of Shortlands, near to Bromley in West : 28 July , Bromley, England. (). The Utilization of Whales at Ozette. In: Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports, Volume II, (). Time dependency of molecular rate estimates and systematic overestimation of recent divergence times. ().


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| The Place of Ozette in Northwest Coast Archaeology. In Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports Volume III: Ethnobotany and Wood Technology. David L. Whelchel, editor. WSU Department of Anthropology Reports of Research National Park Service, Northwest Regional Office, Seattle.

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Mauger, J. Fisken. Written 50 years ago to fulfill the dissertation requirement for Dale’s Ph.D. at Washington State University, it was scheduled to be published as Volume IV of the Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports.

But, for various reasons it never did appear, and the basketry information from this important site remained largely inaccessible. Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports, Volume II, Fauna by Stephan R.

Samuels (pp. ) Review by: Virginia L. Butler DOI: / Research Exchange is the institutional repository for Washington State University—a space designed to preserve and share scholarship produced at this institution. All faculty members, staff, students, and affiliates of the university are invited to share their research here in any digital format, including articles, book chapters, working papers, technical reports, conference.

Combined archaeological, ecological, and geologic research on Chuginadak and Carlisle Islands in the Islands of Four Mountains (IFM) probed questions about the. The legacy of Ozette is rich, deep, and diverse.

In the preface to volume three of Ozette Archaeological Research Reports (WSU Department of Anthropology Reports of Investigatied. David L. Whelchel '75), archaeologist Kenneth Ames ('76 Ph.D.) warns against "Ozettopeia," the notion that Ozette is Pacific Northwest archaeology.

He Author: Tim Steury. the Ozette Village Archaeological Site: A Technological, Functional, and Comparative Study, the decision was easy. Written 50 years ago to fulfill the dissertation requirement for Dale’s Ph.D.

at Washington State University, it was scheduled to be published as Volume IV of the Ozette Archaeological Project Research Size: 1MB. Samuels et al. Ozette archaeological project research reports volume II Fauna.

Link to download page( megs) Whelchel et al. Ozette archaeological project research reports volume III ethnobotany and wood technology. Link to download page. ( megs). Ames, Kenneth M.

“The Place of Ozette in Northwest Coast Archaeology.” In Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports. Vol. 3, Ethnobotany and Wood Technology, edited by David L.

Welchel, 9– WSU Department of Anthropology Reports of Research Seattle: National Park Service, Northwest Regional Office, Cited by: 2. Samuels (Ed.), Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports Volume II, Fauna.

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STEPHAN R. SAMUELS, editor. Reports of Investigations No. Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, and National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Regional. Ozette site correspondence 4: 6: Ozette project correspondence and reports 4: 7: Makah Cultural and Research Center Design 4: 8: Makah Cultural and Research Center Exhibit 4: 9: Ozette research by others 4: His research focus has been on Northwest Coast wet (waterlogged) archaeological sites.

He did his Ph.D. dissertation research on basketry and cordage artifacts from the Ozette Village wet site, conducted post-doctoral research by directing and publishing (WSU Press,) the research at the 3, year old Hoko River wet site.

Ozette Archaeological Project, interim final report, phase XIII (Washington Archaeological Research Center, Project Report 97). Pullman: Washington State University. Greenfield, Author: Robert J. Losey, Emily Hull. Northwest Coast of North America Art as Reflected in Wet Sites I introduced a Northwest Coast Master Artist, Susan Point’s book on her limited edition prints.

Her book: Susan Point: Works on Paper is readily available through online vendors and is a great addition to anyone’s Native American Art collection.The Utilization of Whales at Ozette.

In Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports, Vol-ume II, Fauna, edited by Stephan R. Samuels, pp. – Reports of Investigations Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, and National Park Ser-vice, Seattle.

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