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by Ronald H Towner

Free eBook Defending The Dinetah download ISBN: 0874807743
Author: Ronald H Towner
Publisher: University of Utah Press; Book Club edition (August 6, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 280
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
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Defending The Dinetah.

Defending The Dinetah. Among the most striking features of the northwestern New Mexico landscape are the more than 130 fortresses and towers built on boulders, promontories, and mesa rims. 1. Introduction and Background 2. Laying a Foundation 3. The Dinétah Pueblito Sites 4. Temporal and Spatial Patterns of the Pueblito Site Occupations 5. Climate, the Navajo Occupation, and Abandonment of the Dinétah 6. A New Model of Navajo Ethnogenesis. Pueblito Site Tree-Ring Dates Used in the Analysis but Not Presented in the Text. References Cited Index.

Defending The Dinetah book. Using a database of tree-ring dates taken from beams and wood used to construct these pueblitos, Ronald Towner shows in this volume that most pueblitos are unrelated to Puebloan immigration or the re-conquest. He concludes that Navajos constructed the masonry structures and hogans contemporaneously for protection against Ute raiders and later Spanish entradas. Further, most were occupied for relatively brief periods and population density was much lower than has been assumed.

Defending the Dinetah : Pueblitos in the Ancestral Navajo Homeland.

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Ronald H. Towner has written: 'Defending the Dinetah' - subject(s): Navajo Indians, Pueblos, Hogans, Ethnoarchaeology, Antiquities, Colonization, Navajo architecture, Dendrochronology, Dwellings, History. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author H Ronald Fleck written? H Ronald Fleck has written: 'The theory of polymerisation'. What has the author Ronald H Dingwall written? Ronald H. Dingwall has written: 'Social and environmental studies'. Article · January 2003 with 10 Reads. subsequently criticized by Post-Processualists. Both theoretical camps defend opposing models of how Ethnoarchaeology should be conceptualized. How we measure 'reads'. At the same time, Ethnoarchaeology is often confused with Living Archaeology or with ethnographic analogy.

Defending the Dinétah: Pueblitos in the Ancestral Navajo Heartland.

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Defending the Dinetah: Pueblitos in the Ancestral Navajo Heartland. Sarah S. Wilson (a1).