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prehistoric uses of wood at the Ozette archeological site.

Janet Patterson Friedman

prehistoric uses of wood at the Ozette archeological site.

by Janet Patterson Friedman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood.,
  • Ozette Site (Wash.)

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    Paginationxii, 250 l.
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16731807M

    Start studying Prehistoric Archaeology Part 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. A fixed point on the landscape that is the reference point for all locations used at sites. wet conditions at the site preserved objects of wood . Books shelved as archaeology: Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice by Colin Renfrew, The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston, Gods, Gra.

    a technique for the recovery of plant remains from archaeological sites. Sediments or pit contents are poured into water or heavy liquid; the lighter, carbonized plant remains float to the top for recovery, while the heavier sediments and other materials fall to the bottom. Stone tools dating back to 8, years unearthed in Oman and Yemen The Times of Oman. Valuable 14h century coins found by couple walking in West Bohemia Radio Prague International. Rare medieval sword and artefacts from first Piast Dynasty found fully intact at bottom of lake The First News. Murder, monuments, and material wealth uncovered during HS2 works Current Archaeology.

    - Prehistoric Tools and Artifacts from around the world and from a variety of cultures. See more ideas about Prehistoric, Artifacts, Indian artifacts pins. Important Sites. Map of Northwest Coast Archaeological Sites, including Namu, Hoko River, and Ozette. From Neusius and Gross, Namu. The Namu site is located along the coast of British Columbia. The excavation area focuses on two major areas: a main trench further inland along the edge of a shell midden, and a river mouth trench.


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Prehistoric uses of wood at the Ozette archeological site by Janet Patterson Friedman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Basketry from the Ozette Village Archaeological Site: A Technological, Functional, and Comparative Study: Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports, Volume IV (Memoir) [Croes, Dale R, Stapp, Darby C, Martin, Alexandra LC] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Basketry from the Ozette Village Archaeological Site: A Technological, Functional, and Comparative Study: Ozette Author: Dale R Croes.

The Ozette Archaeological Project has greatly enhanced our understanding of the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods on the coast. The water-saturated cultural components at Ozette have yielded large artifact inventories, of which over 80% are wooden or plant fiber specimens.

The Ozette Indian Village Archeological Site is the site of an archaeological excavation on the Olympic Peninsula near Neah Bay, Washington, United site was a village occupied by the Ozette Makah people until a mudslide inundated the site around the year It is located in the now unpopulated Ozette Indian Reservation.

The 22 mile long Hoko-Ozette Road, accessed via Nearest city: Neah Bay, Washington. The archaeological wealth of the Ozette dig produced an extraordinary nine doctoral dissertations and many master's theses. The titles of the dissertations suggest just how much the site had to offer The prehistoric uses of wood at the Ozette archeological site.

Janet Friedman. An archaeological survey of Makah territory. Edward Friedman. Archaeological test pits were excavated at the Ozette site in and by Richard Daugherty.

[3] However, it was not until that it became apparent what was buried there. After a storm in Februarytidal erosion exposed hundreds of well preserved wooden artifacts. The excavation of the Ozette site began shortly after. The Ozette Indian Village Archeological Site is the site of an archaeological excavation on the Olympic Peninsula near Neah Bay, Washington, United site was a village occupied by the Ozette Makah people until a mudslide inundated the site around the year It is located in the now unpopulated Ozette Indian Reservation.

The 22 mile long Hoko-Ozette Road, accessed via. Ames, Kenneth. “The Place of Ozette in Northwest Coast Archaeology.” In Ozette Archaeological Project Research Reports3, Ethnobotany and Wood Technology, Edited by David Welchel.

Washington State University Reports of Resea National. Rob Sands explores the evidence left by the use of axes on wooden beams and tools found in waterlogged archaeological sites dating over years old.

About the Author. Rob Sands studied for his In Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, graduating in This was followed by time working for the Sussex. Rob Sands. Institute of Archaeology, - Social Science - pages. 0 Reviews. Rob Sands explores the evidence left by the use of axes on wooden beams and tools found in waterlogged.

Archaeological geochronological, and ecological investigations of the Ozette Village Site complex on the Northwest Coast of Washington— Report on file, National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Regional Office Library, Seattle, Washington.

From Kanorado to Pawnee villages, Kansas is a land rich in archaeological sites—nea known—that testify to its prehistoric heritage. This volume presents the first comprehensive overview of Kansas archaeology in nearly fifty years, containing the most current descriptions and interpretations of the state's archaeological record.

Wet Site Archaeology identifies the characteristics common to all archaeological wet sites, from Newfoundland to Chile, Polynesia to Florida and from the Late Pleistoscene to the twentieth century.

The rewards and responsibilities of recovering unique assemblages from water-saturated deposits are explored. The book discusses topics including innovative excavation and preservation methods. I had not realized until reading this book how notable the Ozette diggings were in archaeological circles.

This is a nice, moderate length book on the unearthing of prehistoric Makah houses in an old village at Ozette. An excellent book for lay archaeologists. I now plan to visit the museum in Neah Bay where the artifacts are displayed/5(11). In the past, atlatls were used in hunting and warfare to throw projectiles.

This article examines evidence for ‘enskilment’ in atlatl use from the Par-Tee site (c. AD –) in northern l whalebone atlatls from the site appear to have been crafted specifically to.

Ruth Kirk’s Ozette: Excavating a Makah Whaling Village presents a detailed account of a world-famous archaeological site on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. Full-scale excavations from to revealed houses and their contents—including ordinarily perishable wood and basketry objects that had been buried in a mudflow well before the arrival of Europeans in the region.

The Prehistoric Uses of Wood at the Ozette Archaeological Site. Washington State University. Pullman, WA. Selected reports and books. Friedman, Janet (). Archaeological Overview for the Mt. Dome and Timbered Craters Regions, North Central California. Archaeological Overview for the Mt.

Dome and Timbered Craters Regions, North Central California. Wood Identification. Appendix II in "Ozette Archaeological Project Interim Final Report Phase V." Washington Archaeological Research Center Project Reports No. 6, Washington State University, Pullman.

The prehistoric uses of wood at the Ozette archaeological site. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State. 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES There are two basic types of archaeological evidence which indicate the presence of an archaeological site, artifacts and features: Artifacts are defined as any portable object made and/or used by humans.

Features are defined as non-portable evidence of past human behavior, activity, and technology. Ozette: Excavating a Makah Whaling Village is a comprehensive and highly readable account of this world-famous archaeological site and the hydraulic excavation of the mudslide that both demolished the houses and protected the objects inside from decay.

Topics include innovative excavation and preservation methods; the need for adequate funding to preserve and analyze the abundant biological and cultural remains recovered only at archaeological wet sites; expanded knowledge of past environments, subsistence, technologies, artistic expressions, skeletal structure, and pathologies; the urgency.

Wet Sites Archaeology at Red Bay, Labrador 9. A Waterlogged Site on Huahine Island, French Polynesia The Significance of the B. P. Hoko River Waterlogged Fishing Camp in Our Understanding of Southern Northwest Coast Cultural Evolution Research Design and Wet Site Archaeology in the Netherlands: An Example While there has been some disagreement over the age of site, recent research now places human occupation of Chauvet to aro years ago.

Archaeological evidence suggests that there was a second period of use of the Chauvet Cave betw to 28, years ago that lasted for 2, to .underwater sites, especially marine sites, but the conservation of material from terrestrial sites is also discussed.

While this laboratory manual is posted for use by students enrolled in the ANTH class, others may download and use the manual; proper credit, however, must be given. (See the proper citation at the end of this page.).