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

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APPENDIX
CATALOGUE NUMBER AND PROVENIENCE OF OBJECTS ILLUSTRATED
Figure No. Field No. Provenience National
Museum
Catalogue No.
Plate 11, a 71 Bin No. 35 340848
b 126 House X 340886
c 90 House P 340862
d 135 House N 340861
e 30 House D 340817
Plate 12 The Village 340894
Plate 13, a 129 Burial No. 5 340889
b 131 Burial No. 11 340891
Plate 14 The village 340894
Plate 17, a 130 Burial No. 11 340890
b Protokiva house 334115
Plate 18, a 29 House D 340816
b 54 House F-1 340835
c 55 do 340836
d 69 House K 340846
e 53 House F-1 340834
f 101 Trench south of house E 340818
Plate 19, a 42 House F-1 340827
b 86 House M 340858
c 115 House X 340879
d 87 House M 340858
e 117 House X 340879
f 66 House K 340845
g 18 House D 340810
h 6 House A 340801
i 7 do 340801
j 59 House H 340839
k 117 House X 340879
l 16 House D 340810
m 22 do 340810
n 170 Fajada dump1 340915
o 18 House X (2)
p 16 House D 340810
q 59 House H 340839
r 74-A House L 340851
s 41 House F-1 340827
t 32 House F 340819
u 170 Fajada dump3 340915
1 Through an error this specimen from another Chaco Canyon site was included in the group to be
photographed.
2 Discarded at museum.
3 Included through error.

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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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