4 edition of Hogup Cave found in the catalog.
C. Melvin Aikens
|Statement||C. Melvin Aikens : Chapters on textiles and wooden artifacts by J. M. Adovasio and G. F. Dalley ; Ancillary studies by K. T. Harper...[et al].|
|Series||University of Utah anthropological papers -- no. 93, 1970|
|LC Classifications||E78.U55 A78 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Hogup Cave, Archaeology of Oregon, Current status of CRM archaeology in the Great Basin, Archaeology of Oregon, Oregon archaeology, The archaeology of Coffeepot Flat, South-Central Oregon, Early and Middle Holocene archaeology. This is the site report for Aikens excavations at Hogup Cave. The excavations and artifacts are described and analyzed. The cave had excellent preservation with minimal disturbance. The artifacts found included netting, cordage, leather goods such as moccasins, plant parts such as pickleweed seeds, antelope hairs, wooden atlatls, and the more common bone and stone artifacts.
Cite this Record. Hogup Cave. C. Melvin Aikens. Anthropological Papers,1. Utah: University of Utah. (tDAR id: ). C. Melvin Aikens is the author of Archaeology of Oregon ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Hogup Cave ( avg rating, 2 ratings, /5(7).
In and C. Melvin Aikens conducted excavations at Hogup Cave — a large limestone cavern about 80 km northeast of Danger Cave (see Fig. 1).Located relatively close to Danger Cave, with deep deposits that spanned much of the same temporal range (ca. – rcy B.P.), Hogup Cave served, in effect, as an independent test of the Danger Cave by: 8. Exploring Prehistory: How Archaeology Reveals Our Past / Edition 2 available in Paperback. Add to Wishlist. ISBN Danger Cave and Hogup Cave Recent Research on Great Basin Adaptations Eastern North America: The Paleoindian Background Publish your book Brand: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
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Review "In this outstanding scientific document [HOGUP CAVE] the reader will find details of the excavation and artifacts, many fine illustrations, and fascinating appendices dealing with specialized studies of plants, animals, feathers, corn, obsidian, and other remains excavated from the : C Melvin Aikens, C.
Melvin Aikens. Hogup Cave - University of Utah Anthropological Papers Num April Paperback – January 1, by C. Melvin Aikens (Author)Author: C. Melvin Aikens. Long out of print, DANGER CAVE and HOGUP CAVE were milestones in Great Basin archaeological studies. Available again, these volumes explore Danger and Hogup caves, sites that though they are.
Hogup Cave Anthropological Papers Number 93 (University of Utah Anthropological Paper) by C. Melvin Aikens Published Aug by University of Utah Press. Hogup Cave Anthropological papers Volume 93 of Anthropological papers: University of Utah Book collection on microfilm relating to the North American Indian Hogup Cave, C.
Melvin Aikens: Author: C. Melvin Aikens: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: University of Utah Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation. Hogup Cave, Utah: comparative pollen analysis of human coprolites and cave fill / by Gerald Kelso --Appendix V. Birds from Hogup Cave / by Paul W.
Parmalee --Appendix VI. Bird feathers from Hogup Cave / by Donald Baldwin -- Appendix VII. OCLC Number: Notes: Errata slip inserted.
Description: xiii, pages illustrations 28 cm. Contents: Setting, excavations, stratigraphy --Artifacts --Summary and inferences --The macroscopic plant remains of the deposits of Hogup Cave, Utah, and their Paleoclimatic implications / K.T.
Harper and G.M. Alder --Faunal remains as indicators of neothermal climates at Hogup Cave / Stephen D. The thinking person's vampire book. Spinetinglers. Refreshing and commendable. Monster Hogup Cave book An epic post-apocalyptic tale. SCREAM Magazine. Book Cave not only finds amazing books based on my genre preferences but they find books within my poor student price range.
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Hogup Cave: Anthropological Papers Number 93 quantity. PDF | On Apr 1,Garder.F. Dalley and others published Additional Artifacts from the Hogup Cave archaeological Site | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Hogup Cave is located on Hogup Mountain ten miles west of the Great Salt Lake in Utah’s Great Salt Lake Desert.
The cave formed by solution of the small limestone outcrop during the Pleistocene, when much of the eastern side of the Great Basin. Hogup Cave [by] C. Melvin Aikens. Chapters on textiles and wooden artifacts, by J. Adovasio and G. Dalley. Ancillary studies, by K.
Harper [and others] University of Utah Press Salt Lake City Australian/Harvard Citation. Aikens, C. Melvin.Hogup Cave [by] C. Melvin Aikens. Chapters on textiles and wooden artifacts, by J.
This paper reports on the and archaeological excavations conducted at Hogup Cave, located approximately 75 miles northwest of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Various analyses on plant and animal remains, coprolites, birds, corn, dog remains, obsidian, and additional artifacts are also presented as appendices.
After breakfast we headed across the rail road causeway and checked out the pumps that were put in to help with the flooding in the late 80′s and then went up to Hogup cave to check it out. From there we headed out the way we came and picked up parts of my jeep that had fallen off on the way in.
The results of the Hogup Cave analyses show that the source material used to make certain series of dart points (Northern Side-notched and Gatecliff series) was largely restricted to local source.
I didn't reach the conclusion that Hogup Cave was occupied before Lake Bonneville existed--it is clearly discussed and shown in the book. I don't have my book with me at work, but, if you have one, look for the picture where they made the vertical cut from the cave ceiling to the cave floor.
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Also here is the rough road on the right to the very remote Hogup Mountains (artifacts found in a cave there are from the Desert Archaic period of proto-Indian culture, dating b years).
At just under mile 45 there is a nice view ahead and to the right of the lake, which has been elusive to this point. Hogup Cave was a major discovery in Great Basin Archaeology.
C. M. Alkens made excavations during the s that revealed hunter-gatherers at Hogup Cave relied on plant foods such as pickleweed. They also hunted deer, pronghorn antelope, wild sheep, and bison%(80).
The Hogup Cave book should give pictures and descriptions of the 30 Engraved/Inscribed Stones that were excavated and perhaps Professor Aikens knows something about Mr.
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