Shabikeshchee Village: A Late Basket Maker Site in the Chaco Canyon, New Mexico

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ILLUSTRATIONS

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1. Map of Shabik'eshchee village10
2. House remains. a, House A. b, House C20
3. House C. a, Holes for roofing poles. b, Corner storage box. c, Wall recess20
4. House remains. a, Sipapu in floor of House F. b, House D28
5. House remains. a, House F-1. b, House H28
6. House remains. a, House L. b, House N54
7. House remains. a, Protokiva house. b, Doorway from passage side. c, Doorway from room side54
8. House remains. a, Arroyo house. b, House X72
9. a, Southeast portion of kiva. b, Bins Nos. 8 and 972
10. Storage bins. a, Bin No. 11. b, Bin No. 5110
11. Pottery fragments110
12. Fragments from culinary vessels110
13. Bowls. a, Polished black interior bowl. b, Bowl with painted decoration110
14. Potsherds with painted designs, black-on-white series120
15. Designs from bowl interiors120
16. Designs from bowl interiors120
17. Bowls. a, Undecorated. b, With painted design120
18. Cloud blowers and additional clay object128
19. Bone implements, awls128
20. Bone implements, awls128
21. Bone implements, awls128
22. Bone implements, spatulate awls128
23. Bone implements, punches128
24. Bone implements. a, Spoon spatula. b, Scraper or dressing tool. c, Flaker128
25. Bone implements, needles, bodkins, whistles, and beads128
26. Stone objects, metates132
27. Stone implements, mauls132
28. Chipped stone implements136
29. Miscellaneous stone objects136
30. Ornaments, stone and shell142
31. Human burials142

TEXT FIGURES
1. House A11
2. Postulated method of house construction12
3. House B16
4. House C18
5. House D22

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • SHABIK'ESHCHEE VILLAGE - A LATE BASKET MAKER SITE IN THE CHACO CANYON, NEW MEXICO 1
  • Introduction 2
  • SHABIK'ESHCHEE VILLAGE 10
  • Appendix - CATALOGUE NUMBER AND PROVENIENCE OF OBJECTS ILLUSTRATED 151
  • Bibliography 155
  • Index 159
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