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Early lithic industries of the lower basin of the Colorado River and adjacent desert areas

Malcolm Jennings Rogers

Early lithic industries of the lower basin of the Colorado River and adjacent desert areas

by Malcolm Jennings Rogers

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Published by Ballena Press in Romona, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stone age -- California, Southern,
  • California, Southern -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Malcolm J. Rogers.
    SeriesSan Diego Museum papers -- no. 3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 75 p., [23] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13529633M
    OCLC/WorldCa1220893

    Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Area () Field Notes of Malcolm J. Rogers for Riverside County () An Outline of Yuman Prehistory () Report of an Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Mohave Sink Region () Report of Archaeological Investigations On the Mohave Desert Region During.   The Bureau of Reclamation's Upper Colorado and Lower Colorado Regions, in collaboration with representatives of the seven Colorado River Basin States (non-federal Cost Share Partners), submitted a Proposal in June to fund the "Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study" under Reclamation's Basin Study Program. In September

    Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. San Diego Museum of Man Papers No. 3. San Diego Museum of Man. Warren, Claude N. The San Dieguito Complex: A Review and Hypothesis. American Antiquity Warren, Claude N., D.L. True, and Ardith A. Eudey. Book Review. Free Access. NORTH AMERICA Archaeological Studies in the La Plata District, Southwestern Colorado and Northwestern New Mexico. E arl H. M First Published: July‐September ; PDF; Free Access. NORTH AMERICA: Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. M alcolm J. R ogers.

    Colorado River Basin. By Natalie Triedman. Key Findings: Human needs have historically taken precedence over environmental concerns when man-aging Colorado River water and other natural resources.-The diversity of local habitats and the demand for unique management approaches com-plicates how we manage environmental concerns on the Colorado. Unfortunately, Mr. Rogers, a perfectionist, transferred little of his knowledge from his notebooks to the published page, his major report being “Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas,” published as San Diego Museum Paper Number 3, .


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By Author: Malcolm Jennings Rogers. Cite this Record. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado Areas. Malcolm J. Rogers. San Diego: San Diego Museum of Man. (tDAR id: ). book reviews. the american west in early lithic industries of the lower basin of the colorado river and adjacent desert areas by malcolm j.

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rogers (pp. in Wyoming and Colorado often refer to them as ele- Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Coloradc River and Adjacent Desert Areas.

San Diego Museum Pa pers, No. San Diego. SHIPPEE, J. Nebo Hill, a Lithic Complex in Western Missouri. Amer. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas.

San Diego Museum Papers No. Rogers, Malcolm J. "An Outline of Yuman Prehistory". Southwestern Journal of Anthropology Rogers, Malcolm J. Ancient Hunters of the Far West. Union-Tribune Publishing, San Diego. Seymour, Gregory R. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Areas.

San Diego Museum Papers No. San Diego. Rogers, Malcolm J. Ancient Hunters of the Far West. Union-Tribune Publishing, San Diego. Warren, Claude N. The San Dieguito Type Site: M. Rogers' Excavation on the San Dieguito River.

San Diego. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. San Diego Museum Papers No. San Diego Museum Papers No. Rondeau, Michael F., Jim Cassidy, and Terry L. Jones. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas.

San Diego MusmUm Papers, no. Simpson, G. A Nevada Fauna of Pleistocene Type and its Probable Association with Man. American Museum Noitatps, no. pp. Willey, G. R., and Philip Phillips Method and Theory in American. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower. Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent.

Desert Areas, San Diego, San Diego. Museum of Man (Archaeological. Papers 3). “San Dieguito Implements from. the Terraces on the Rincon Pantano and. Rillito Drainage System”, The Kiva, vol. 24, núm. 1, pp. Roth, Barbara y Bruce Huckell. to the published page, his major report being “Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas,” published as San Diego Museum Paper Number 3, A complete bibliography of his writings has been published in.

Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. San Diego Museum Papers, No. Steward, J. Ethnography of the Owens Valley Paiute, U.C.

Publa. in Amerr-ican Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 33, no. Treganza, A. E., C* E. Smith and W. Weymouth An Archaeological Survey of the. In Arizona, the river passes Lee's Ferry, an important crossing for early explorers and settlers and since the early 20th century the principal point where Colorado River flows are measured for apportionment to the seven U.S.

and two Mexican states in the basin. Downstream, the river enters Marble Canyon, the beginning of the Grand Canyon, passing under the Navajo Bridges.

The Colorado River provides drinking water for one in ten Americans, nourishes cities including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, and Phoenix, and the lower half of the river waters nearly 90 percent of the nation’s winter vegetables. However, water demands are outstripping supply, and climate change makes the situation even more urgent.

The river is. Elizabeth Campbell (–) was an American archeologist, notable for proposing a much earlier date for the presence of man in the desert Southwest than was generally accepted.

She worked with her husband William (Bill) Campbell and first proposed that artifacts found along the shores of Lake Mojave and other Pleistocene lakes and rivers of the desert West were. ) divided the Lower Basin’s maf—with an extra one maf in wet years—between Arizona, California, and Nevada.

The Upper Colorado River Basin Com-pact divided the Upper Basin’s average allotment of maf among the five states. States allocate their individual shares of the waters of the Colorado River and ultimately have the.

Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. San Diego Museum Papers 3. Click Here to see a collection of cultural resource information sources for Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

Rogers, Malcolm J. Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. San Diego Museum Papers, No. 3. San Diego. Rogers, Malcolm J. An Outline of Yuman Prehistory. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Vol.

1, pp. –The Grand Canyon is in fact one of the World’s Seven Wonders. The Colorado Basin coverssquare miles of drainage area. At certain points along the river, it turns into a raging, muddy, rapid covered mass of water.

Unlike other rivers, the Colorado River doesn’t meet the ocean in a grand way, but rather in a small trickle.The facts are clear: the demand for water from the Colorado River exceeds the supply.

Bywe can expect a million acre-foot deficit in river supply. Coming up short could put 36 million people’s drinking water, agriculture, future economic growth, the $ billion outdoor recreational economy, and a quarter-million jobs in jeopardy.