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Una Investigación Arqueológica De Los Sitios Cerros Con Trincheras Del Arcaico Tardío En Chihuahua, México, Robert J. Hard, José E. Zapata, John R. Roney Jan 2001

Una Investigación Arqueológica De Los Sitios Cerros Con Trincheras Del Arcaico Tardío En Chihuahua, México, Robert J. Hard, José E. Zapata, John R. Roney

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Este fue el cuarto año de las investigaciones y se realizo durante el mes de junio de 2000, bajo la autorización del Consejo de Arqueología (CA 401-36/0669 y CA 401-36/0710), Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), y con la concurrencia de los Municipios de Janos, Casas Grandes, Ascención y Galeana, y los Ejidos de Casas Grandes, Hidalgo, y Janos. Este estudio fue auspiciado por la National Science Foundation (SBR- 97086210; SBR-9809839), y dirigido por el Dr. Robert J. Hard y el Arqlgo. John R. Roney.

English

This was the fourth year of research and was conducted ...


An Archaeological Investigation Of Late Archaic Cerros De Trincherassites In Chihuahua, Mexico, Robert J. Hard, John R. Roney Jan 1999

An Archaeological Investigation Of Late Archaic Cerros De Trincherassites In Chihuahua, Mexico, Robert J. Hard, John R. Roney

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Cerro Juanaqueña is a large cerro de trincheras located in northwestern Chihuahua, in the municipio of Janos. The site was built over 3000 years ago on the summit and slopes of a 140 meter high basalt hill which overlooks the floodplain of the Rio Casas Grandes and its major tributary, the Rio San Pedro. Large constructed terraces cover an area of about 8 hectares, with over 8 kilometers of terrace wall and 108 stone circles. This informe summarizes the investigations undertaken at Cerro Juanaqueña and other related sites under the oficio No. C.A. 401–36/560 (22 de mayo ...


Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico: A Guide To The Town And Missions, Jack D. Eaton Jan 1981

Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico: A Guide To The Town And Missions, Jack D. Eaton

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This guide to the town and missions at Guerrero, Coahuila, is based largely upon the research efforts of the Gateway Project, an archaeological and ethnohistoric study of the area conducted by the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio during 1975 to 1977. Because the project was dealing with historic mission buildings which housed native American inhabitants of the region, the project had both historic and prehistoric aspects. The Indians gathered into the missions where inheritors of the native cultural tradition began at least 11,000 years ago. Therefore, an archaeological survey of prehistoric sites in ...


Inventory Of The Rio Grande Missions: 1772 San Juan Bautista And San Bernardo, Felix D. Almaraz Jr. Jan 1980

Inventory Of The Rio Grande Missions: 1772 San Juan Bautista And San Bernardo, Felix D. Almaraz Jr.

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This monograph is the second in the series of data-oriented reports resulting from the archaeological and ethnohistorical investigations centered on the Spanish mission complex near the modern town of Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico. Dr. Felix D. Almaraz of The University of Texas at San Antonio has now prepared two of the volumes in the series, of which this is the second. His translation of the 1772 mission inventories of San Juan Bautista and San Bernardo should be of considerable value to those interested in the Spanish Colonial history of northern Mexico and Texas.


Papers On The Prehistory Of Northeastern Mexico And Adjacent Texas, Jeremiah F. Epstein, Thomas R. Hester, Carol Graves Jan 1980

Papers On The Prehistory Of Northeastern Mexico And Adjacent Texas, Jeremiah F. Epstein, Thomas R. Hester, Carol Graves

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The papers bound in this volume are selected from a series of presentations given in the sessions on archaeology at the meeting held in Monterrey, May 23-26, 1975, to celebrate the opening of the northeastern Mexico regional branch of the Instituto Nacional de Anthropologia e Historia. The theme of that conference was "The Archaeology and History of Northeastern Mexico and Texas. "


Crossroad Of Empire: The Church And State On The Rio Grande Frontier Of Coahuila And Texas 1700-1821, Felix D. Almaraz Jr. Jan 1979

Crossroad Of Empire: The Church And State On The Rio Grande Frontier Of Coahuila And Texas 1700-1821, Felix D. Almaraz Jr.

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The monograph being published here is the first in a series of data-oriented reports derived from the archaeological and ethnohistorical project centered on the modern town of Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico. To our gratification, the project produced a great deal of information. We have decided to meet the problem of adequate publication of the results in two ways. The first is by a volume of essays which aim at synthesizing the various aspects of the data and drawing conclusions from it. This single volume will be published elsewhere and is now (1979) in preparation. The other means of publication is by ...


Ethnohistoric Notes On Indian Groups Associated With Three Spanish Missions At Guerrero, Coahuila, T. N. Campbell Jan 1979

Ethnohistoric Notes On Indian Groups Associated With Three Spanish Missions At Guerrero, Coahuila, T. N. Campbell

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Three Spantsh missions, San Francisco Solano, San Juan Bautista and San Bernardo, were established near the Rio Grande at present Guerrero, northeastern Coahuila, during the years 1700-1703. Remnants of at least 88 distinctively named Indian groups at various times came to live at one or more of these missions. In 1975- 1976, the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas San Antonio, supported by funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Kathryn O'Connor Foundation, conducted archaeological excavations at two of these missions, San Juan Bautista and San Bernardo. Since the cultural debris recovered from excavations ...