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Culture change at the Ute Canyon site

William B. Gillespie

Culture change at the Ute Canyon site

a study of the pithouse-kiva transition in the Mesa Verde region

by William B. Gillespie

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pueblo architecture.,
  • Indians of North America -- Colorado -- Mesa Verde National Park Region -- Architecture.,
  • Pueblo Indians -- Social life and customs.,
  • Pit houses -- Colorado -- Mesa Verde National Park Region.,
  • Kivas.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Colorado -- Mesa Verde National Park Region.,
  • Ute Canyon Site (Colo.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William B. Gillespie.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 228 leaves :
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18582552M

    Theodore Roosevelt, who declared the canyon a national monument in , believed the site should be left untouched, that man could only mar it. Above, a sunset view of the canyon and North Rim. Early History. The Ute people are the oldest residents of Colorado, inhabiting the mountains and vast areas of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Eastern Nevada, Northern New Mexico and Arizona.

    J. Willard Marriott Library. S E SLC UT Contact Us. FAX: One of the best examples of a sacred area, not just sacred for the Archaic, Ute and Fremont people is the site known as Nine Mile Canyon. In this site we find the histories carved in the stones dating back to as much as a thousand years ago.

    History & Culture in Grand Canyon. The Paiutes call the plateau that the canyon cuts through Kaibab, or "Mountain Lying Down." John Wesley Powell was the first to consistently use and publish the name, "Grand Canyon," in the s. No matter what name it is known by, Grand Canyon is . One of the best-known Ute leaders of the nineteenth century, Colorow (c. –88) was involved in many significant events in Colorado history, from his first contact with white Americans during the Colorado Gold Rush to the Meeker Incident and his namesake “Colorow’s War” of Colorow’s relations with white Coloradans began amicably but soured over time as he lost a son to a.


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