Oregon Archaeology

Author: C. Melvin Aikens
Publisher:
ISBN: 0870716069
Release Date: 2011
Genre: History

Oregon Archaeology tells the story of Oregon's cultural history beginning more than 14,000 years ago with the earliest evidence of human occupation and continuing into the twentieth century.

PREHISTORY OF THE OREGON COAST

Author: R Lee Lyman
Publisher: Left Coast Press
ISBN: 9781598744569
Release Date: 2009-08-15
Genre: Social Science

This book is the first synthesis of the prehistory of the coast of Oregon. It analyzes the artifacts and mammalian faunal remains of three representative sites on the coast. A model of the evolution of cultural adaptational strategies is presented and tested, from which it creates a model of coastal cultural development. On a methodological level, the volume examines the overriding importance and effects of various sampling techniques.

Encyclopedia of Prehistory

Author: Peter N. Peregrine
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306462605
Release Date: 2001-12-31
Genre: Social Science

The Encyclopedia of Prehistory represents temporal dimension. Major traditions are an attempt to provide basic information also defined by a somewhat different set of on all archaeologically known cultures, sociocultural characteristics than are eth covering the entire globe and the entire nological cultures. Major traditions are prehistory of humankind. It is designed as defined based on common subsistence a tool to assist in doing comparative practices, sociopolitical organization, and research on the peoples of the past. Most material industries, but language, ideology, of the entries are written by the world's and kinship ties play little or no part in foremost experts on the particular areas their definition because they are virtually and time periods. unrecoverable from archaeological con The Encyclopedia is organized accord texts. In contrast, language, ideology, and ing to major traditions. A major tradition kinship ties are central to defining ethno is defined as a group of populations sharing logical cultures.

Pioneers in Historical Archaeology

Author: Stanley South
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781489909558
Release Date: 2013-06-29
Genre: Social Science

In this unique volume, twelve pioneers of historical archaeology offer reminiscences of the early part of their respective careers, circa 1920 to 1940. Each scholar had to overcome numerous biases held by historians and archaeologists-thus each chapter documents a step in the field's march from a marginal to a mainstream discipline. The book makes for facinating reading for archaeologists, anthropologists, and historians of science, and reminds us of the words of C.H. Fairbanks: ''what is past is prelude; study the past. ''

A Holocene Geoarchaeological Record for the Upper Willamette Valley Oregon the Long Tom and Chalker Sites

Author: Brian Leander O'Neill
Publisher:
ISBN: STANFORD:36105114367183
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Excavations (Archaeology)

Archaeological investigations at the Chalker (35LA420) and Long Tom (35LA439) sites were prompted by the Oregon Department of Transportation's plan to realign a segment of the Florence-Eugene Highway (OR 126) between the communities of Noti and Veneta. When these sites were discovered in the proposed new highway corridor, additional survey and testing was done to identify an alternate route that would avoid the sites. For every new alignment examined, however, additional significant cultural sites were encountered. While the final construction design avoided most of the identified sites, impacts on two, the Chalker and Long Tom sites, were found to be unavoidable. Data recovery excavation at these two sites was accomplished during the summer and fall of 1986, and is reported here.

Screenings

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN: UCAL:B3279807
Release Date: 1982
Genre: Indians of North America


ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE MEDIA

Author: Timothy Clack
Publisher: Left Coast Press
ISBN: 9781598742343
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Social Science

The public's fascination with archaeology has meant that archaeologists have had to deal with media more regularly than other scholarly disciplines. In this volume, a group of archaeologists address a wide range of questions in this intersection of fields.