6 edition of The prehistory of Colorado and adjacent areas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-202) and index.
|LC Classifications||E78.C6 S76 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||98031020|
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"The Prehistory of Colorado and Adjacent Areas is a short, accessible account of the state's human past. Based on the archaeological record, this book reconstructs past.
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Colorado experienced cataclysmic geological events over billions of years, which shaped the land and resulted in diverse ecosystems.
The ecosystems included several ice ages, tropical oceans, and a massive volcanic eruption. This first volume in the series includes trips held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado, with more than 12 GSA-sponsored field trip guides presented in one volume.
This year, the GSA Field Guide exposes readers to the beauty and diversity of the Colorado region, including trips focusing on sedimentology, hydrogeology. Colorado Geological Survey, Sherman Street, RoomDenver, ColoradoUnited States.
Each volume of prehistory and the one volume of historical archaeology for the state provide a comprehensive review of important sites and projects in each region, and a synthesis of our understanding of the prehistoric archaeology of the 5 river basins, historic archaeology for the state, and suggestions for future research.
Like many states in the American West, Colorado is known far and wide for its dinosaur fossils: not quite as many as have been discovered in its adjoining neighbors Utah and Wyoming, but more than enough to keep generations of paleontologists the following slides, you'll discover the most important dinosaurs and prehistoric animals ever to be discovered in Colorado, ranging from.
Some forty scholars examine California's prehistory and archaeology, looking at marine and terrestrial palaeoenvironments, initial human colonization, linguistic prehistory, early forms of exchange, mitochondrial DNA studies, and rock art.
This work is the most extensive study of California's prehistory undertaken in the past 20 years. An essential resource for any scholar of California.
This book unveils a complex colonial world of indigenous villagers and their Spanish neighbors from the ground up and in the process examines one of the most significant indigenous uprisings in the Americas.
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The human history of Colorado extends back more t years. The region that is today the state of Colorado was first inhabited by Native American Lindenmeier Site in Larimer County, Colorado, is a Folsom culture archaeological site with artifacts dating from approximately BCE.
When explorers, early trappers, hunters, and gold miners visited and settled in Colorado, the.JO A COLORADO BOOK OF THE DEAD ment. In addition, the topographic circumstance of the modern, politi cally generated boundaries of the state remarkably embody the intersec tion of many prehistoric culture areas.
Many of these culture areas are a casual function of the hydrologic basins that find origin where the height. Jerome Smiley’s book gives a very detailed early history of Denver and the region.
Beginning with the development of local geological formations, Smiley takes the reader through prehistoric inhabitants, Spanish and French exploration of the area, fur traders and trappers, early settlers, the growth of Denver, and finally Denver’s prospects.