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

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INDEX
AGRICULTURL -- Page
beginnings of, with the
Basket Makers 3
soil favorable to 2
ALLEN, GLOVER M., observations contributed by 93-94
ANTECHAMBER --
absence of 37, 40, 48, 52, 56, 60, 69
description of 14, 15, 23, 29, 32
roofing of 146
serving as storage bin 34-35, 36
ARROWHEADS, described 139
ARROWS --
unknown to Basket Makers proper 4
used by Late Basket Makers 4
ARROYO HOUSE --
needle found in 130-131
significance of 71
ARTIFACTS, perishable nature of 106
ATLATL, weapon of the Basket Makers 139
AWATOBI, period of 6
AWLS --
of bone 127-129
spatulate 128-129
AXES, STONE, absence of 135-136
BANQUETTE, a characteristic of the kiva 84
BASKET MAKERS --
classification of culture of 3
head forms of 4-5
industries of 3-4
knowledge concerning 7
territory occupied by 4
theories concerning fate of 8, 150
See also BASKET MAKERS PROPER; EARLY BASKET MAKERS; LATE BASKET MAKERS.
BASKET MAKERS PROPER, cuture of 3-4
BASKETRY of the Basket Makers 3
BEADS -- Page
made of bone 131-132
of stone 142
BENCH, encircling room 18
BETATAKIN, period of 6
BINS --
bench in 91, 92, 94, 99, 104
combination of types of 100
construction of 148
for storage 72, 91-105
location of 91, 148
one within another 97
period of construction of 95, 102, 103
similarity in 91
unique feature in 94
BODKINS, bone 130-131
BONE IMPLEMENTS 126-132
BOW AND ARROW --
spear and atlatl replaced by 139
unknown to Basket Makers proper 4
used by Late Basket Makers 4
BOWLS, described 113
BOXES, STORAGE, a characteristic of the kiva 84
BURIAL --
direction of 149
in accumulations of refuse 32
in cists 3
in mealing bin 17
in storage bins 143
knowledge obtained from 3
location of 143, 149
number of 143
objects placed with 143-144, 149
of dogs 93-94
position of body in 143
See also SKELETAL RE­ MAINS; SKULLS.
CANYON DEL MUERTO, storage bins in 91
CASA GRANDE, period of 5
CEREMONIES, held in kivas 80-81

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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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