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Native American dwellings and attendant structures of the Southern Plateau

Harvey S. Rice

Native American dwellings and attendant structures of the Southern Plateau

by Harvey S. Rice

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Published by Archaeological and Historical Services in Cheney, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific -- Antiquities.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Northwest, Pacific -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 169-171.

    Statementby Harvey S. Rice.
    SeriesEastern Washington University reports in archaeology and history -- 100-44
    ContributionsEastern Washington University. Archaeological and Historical Services.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 179 p. :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13586970M

    Plateau Indian, member of any of the Native American peoples inhabiting the high plateau region between the Rocky Mountains and the coastal mountain system. The Plateau culture area comprises a complex physiographic region that is bounded on the north by . A Native American who lived in what is now southern Colorado and Utah and northern Arizona and New Mexico and who built cliff dwellings Pueblo (n) a communal village, built by certain Native American of the southwestern US and parts of Latin America, consisting of one or more flat-roofed stone or adobe houses / (라틴 아메리카의 전통.

      Social Structure of Native American Tribes In , Christopher Columbus made his famed voyage to the “New World, but the Western Hemisphere already had a population of around 75 million people. Native Americans not only lived in the Western Hemisphere but also North America. - Explore shelliecamp's board "Native American Dwelling Project" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american, Native american projects and Nativity pins.

    American Indian tribes by culture areas - Library of Congress American Memory Collection - photographs Curtis collection - search by tribe for photographs Northwest Indians - compares Coastal and Plateau -, housing, food, clothing, dwellings, etc. The Plateau area extended from above the Canadian border through the plateau and mountain area of the Rocky Mts. to the Southwest and included much of California. Typical tribes were the Spokan, the Paiute, the Nez Percé, and the Shoshone. This was an area of great linguistic diversity. Because of.


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Native American dwellings and attendant structures of the Southern Plateau by Harvey S. Rice Download PDF EPUB FB2

Native American Dwellings and Attendant Structures of the Southern Plateau. Harvey S. Rice. Eastern Washington University Reports In Archaeology and History,1. Cheney, WA: Eastern Washington University.

(tDAR id: ). The part that deals with studying Native American dwellings is organized by region, consists of thorough descriptions and is well supported by drawings. Rice, Harvey S. Native American Dwellings and Attendant Structures of the Southern Plateau.

Because the geography of North America encompasses such a broad range of climatic and environmental conditions, the dwellings of early Native Americans varied widely in appearance and constructions.

Using materials taken from the surrounding physical environment, the builders constructed diverse lodgings — from adobe pueblos in the Southwest /5(14).

In this activity, students will look at historical images to learn about three types of Native American dwellings — teepees, pueblo adobe structures, and hogans. Students will make observations about the types of dwellings in the images.

Then students will discuss their observations as a class. The definitive work on Native Plateau Architecture is Native American Dwellings and Attendant Structures of the Southern Plateau Harvey S.

Rice, Eastern Washington Reports in Archaeology and History, Cheney. • Item 2: Images of Pueblo Adobe Structures • Item 3: Image of a Hogan. Student Learning Objectives • I will be able to observe differences among three types of Native American dwellings.

• I will be able to write about differences I observed among three types of Native American dwellings. Traditional dwellings like these were made of wood, saplings, and brush. Besides wigwams, there was the longhouse, tipi, igloo, Pueblo adobe home, or grass house. Native American homes were of many shapes and sizes and built for maximum efficiency, suited to the specific landscape the tribe occupied.

Some were built for being on the go, while others like the plank houses resembled some of. Rice, Harvey Stuart. “Native American Dwellings and Attendant Structures of the Southern Plateau.” PhD diss., Washington State University, Sappington, Robert Lee.

“The Lewis and Clark Expedition among the Nez Perce Indians: The First Ethnographic Study in the Columbia Plateau.” Northwest Anthropological Research Notes23 (1): Moscow, ID, TRADITIONAL SOCIAL STRUCTURES EARLY SETTLERS spoke of the head chiefs as “kings,” and they were not too far wrong.

The chiefs had strong authority and were greatly respected. Some, like the true king of the Natchez, were carried on litters and wore special insignia, such as feather cloaks. Their wives might be similarly honored. A Native American celebration meant to show wealth and divide property among the people.

Iroqouis League Lived in modern New York and Ontario; called the People of the Long House; included five nations that spoke different languages: Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Onecda, and Cayuga. Dwellings of the Pueblo peoples‎ (3 C, 15 P) Pages in category "Traditional Native American dwellings" The following 45 pages are in this category, out of 45 total.

Other Native American Homes. Plank house - Built by the natives in the Northwest near the coast, these homes were made from planks of a wood called cedar. Several families would live in a single home.

Igloo - Igloos were homes built by the Inuit in Alaska. Igloos are small domed homes made from blocks of ice.

They were built to survive the cold winters. Southwest Dwellings By Annie This is what Native American Indians look like. Imagine if your where one of the indians that lived 2, years ago in the southwest and you had to build a pueblo that took up to four months to build.

A Canyon Country Guide to Anasazi Sites in Colorado and Utah. Provides photos and descriptions to the major Anasazi Indian ruin sites throughout the southwest Canyon Country in Colorado and Utah that are accessible to the public.

Each site is unique both in the nature of the structures and the physical locale. Native Americans (called Indians or American Indians in historic times) lived in several types of housing, all of which depended on the resources and climate of the area. The most important types of Native American domiciles were Plankhouses: The design of the plank house is long and rectangular, with a sloped, inverted “V” roof.

Like [ ]. The Anasazi Indians (native American) homeland centers on the Colorado Plateau but extends from central New Mexico on the east to southern Nevada on the west.

Areas of southern Nevada, Utah, and Colorado form a loose northern boundary, while the southern edge is defined by Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers in Arizona and the Rio Puerco and the Rio Grande in New Mexico. Plateau/Great Basin Library Catalog and internet search terms: Southeast Native Americans; Native Americans of the Southeast: Discusses the history, daily lives, culture, religion, Explores different Native American dwellings, looking at how they reflected the environments in which their inhabitants lived and how and with what materials.

Titled, "Native American Dwellings and Attendant Structures of the Southern Plateau", it is a historical collection of archival photos of Plateau Indian housing which stands as the only comprehensive work on the subject. The Ancestral Puebloans were an ancient Native American culture that spanned the present-day Four Corners region of the United States, comprising southeastern Utah, northeastern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, and southwestern Colorado.

The Ancestral Puebloans are believed to have developed, at least in part, from the Oshara Tradition, who developed from the Picosa culture.

Although such dwellings have been found in many areas, including the well-known rock shelters of the Dordogne and central Pyrenees regions of southwestern France, the term cliff dwellers is usually associated with prehistoric inhabitants of cliffs in the American Southwest.

The cliff dwellings are found in an area extending from southern. The creativity and industrious nature of Native Americans can be witnessed in the design of their homes. Over a dozen types of Native American houses exist, and in this lesson, we will look at.Anasazi groups, widely scattered across the southern Colorado Plateau and the upper Rio Grande drainage, defined their similarities – and their differences – largely in terms of their multi-storied, multi-room pueblo "Great Houses" or "cliff dwellings" (even though most of the population lived as extended families on small scattered.Native Americans in US, Canada, and the Far North.

Early people of North America (during the ice years ago) Northeast Woodland Tribes and Nations - The Northeast Woodlands include all five great lakes as well as the Finger Lakes and the Saint Lawrence River.

Come explore the 3 sisters, longhouses, village life, the League of Nations, sacred trees, snowsnake games, wampum, the.