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Archaeological testing at three sites along the North Umpqua drainage, Douglas County, Oregon

William Andrefsky

Archaeological testing at three sites along the North Umpqua drainage, Douglas County, Oregon

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Published by Center of Northwest Anthropology, Dept. of Anthropology, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeological surveying -- Oregon -- Douglas County.,
  • Archaeological surveying -- Oregon -- Umpqua River Watershed.,
  • Indians of North American -- Oregon -- Douglas County -- Antiquities.,
  • Umpqua River Watershed (Or.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 91-96).

    Statementby William Andrefsky, Jr. Elizabeth G. Wilmerding, and Stephan R. Samuels.
    SeriesProject report / Center for Northwest Anthropology, Dept. of Anthropology, Washington State University -- no. 23., Project report (Washington State University. Center for Northwest Anthropology) -- no. 23.
    ContributionsWilmerding, Elizabeth G., Samuels, Stephan R.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 151 p., [8] :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15499413M

    GEOLOGIC SUMMARY The map area lies along the western eage,,'f the ure-laa Gr;lben (Ferns and other-so a, b). Oldest q:cks exposed In the quadrangle are apnyrlC and plagior:l:rsr~­ pilyric basalts (Tbmg) which form a section ove, Item box 12 folder 3 Photograph of Zane Grey fishing on North Umpqua River, Oregon Dates: approximately Item box 12 folder 4 Photograph of R. C. Grey, unidentified man and Captain Sid Boerstler with large tuna, Nova Scotia. Columbia County, Oregon, and 2) the form this extension would take, whether as a continuation of the Portland Hills fault itself, as another fault along the same trend, or as a zone of parallel or en echelon faults. The thick vegetative cover in northwestern Oregon makes geophysical and remoteAuthor: Nina Haas. On the Oregon Coast, the estuary ecotone held a great abundance and diversity of fishes. The largest and most numerous Native residential centers were located along the shores of estuaries, and tidewater fishing appears to have been central to the region’s economy.


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Archaeological testing at three sites along the North Umpqua drainage, Douglas County, Oregon by William Andrefsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. A sequence of three post-Mazama terraces, found at intervals along the banks of the North Umpqua River, western Oregon, contains evidence Oregon book middle and late Holocene human occupation that has contributed to a construction of a geomorphic history of terrace : Dorothy E.

Freidel, Brian L. O’Neill. Because numbers are hard to remember, and names are easy to recall, most major excavations, as noted, add a site "name," thus LK-1 Oregon book "Fort Rock Cave. 35PO23 would be read as the 23rd site recorded in Polk county in Oregon.

45KLT would be the st site recorded in Klickitat county in Washington.". Soda Springs Sinkhole Archaeological Investigation, North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project, Douglas County, Oregon. Brian O'Neill. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections.

The Umpqua River, approximately miles long, is a principal river of the Oregon coast, draining an expansive network of valleys in the mountains on the western slopes of the Cascade Range. The river, whose entire length is in Douglas County, is formed by the confluence of the North Umpqua and South Umpqua Rivers northwest of Roseburg.

Andrefsky, Jr. William, Elizabeth G. Wilmerding, and Steven R. Samuels a Archaeological Testing at Three Sites along the North Umpqua Drainage, Douglas County, Oregon. Center for Northwest Anthropology, Project Report Pullman: Washington State by: Archaeological Testing at Five Sites in the Stinkingwater Mountains, Harney County, Oregon.

Oregon State Museum of Anthropology Report # to Oregon State Highway Division, Salem. Archaeological Investigations on the East Shore of Lake Abert, Lake County, Oregon, Volume 2. Oregon State Museum of Anthropology report #, Eugene. The three sites contain some of the most spectacular rock art in the Columbia Plateau with more than images that include several spirit figures and the westernmost Biographic rock art yet discovered.

Owl Cave contains the deepest dark zone rock art in the region, and is one of the very few dark zone rock art sites in western North America. Archaeological research has revealed much about Oregon's history in the last twenty years.

Oregon Archaeology incorporates this new knowledge, telling the story of Native American cultures in Oregon beginning with the earliest evidence of human occupation ab years ago and continuing into the nineteenth century.

It includes selected studies in contact-historic /5(10). Archaeological research has revealed much about Oregon's history in the last twenty years.

Oregon Archaeology incorporates this new knowledge, telling the story of. View Oregon Archaeology Research Papers on for free. Oregon State Museum of Anthropology Report No. University of Oregon Brian L. O’Neill Evaluation of Six Archaeological Sites Along the North Umpqua Highway, Douglas County: Steamboat Creek to Boulder Flat Section.

artifacts reported from three sites, one each in the. Lower, drainage, the North Santiam River headwaters, Obsidian Use in the Willamette Valley and Adj acent Western Cascades of Oregon.

Umpqua River Bridge, Spanning Umpqua River at Oregon Coast Highway, Reedsport, Douglas County, OR. Douglas County Klamath Oregon Reedsport, Douglas County Klamath Oregon Reedsport, Documentation Compiled After. Pages in category "Archaeological sites in Oregon" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). Oregon’s archaeological history begins with the traces of its earliest currently known human occupants, which are dated to ab years ago at the Paisley Caves near Summer Lake, in the desert country east of the Size: 6MB.

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Tom House says: Septem at am We want to subscribe to the Umpqua Trapper and have the issues sent to the. Some of the upwards of 50 sites already being studied will have their findings permanently written into the story of the peopling of the Americas.

Take. Analysis of Artifacts from Mowich Cave B (35Do), Douglas County, Oregon. Rick Minor. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. Many archaeological researchers that have conducted investigations in the Harney Valley of southeastern Oregon use the ethnographic description of the seasonal round of the Harney Valley Paiute reported by Beatrice Blyth Whiting in her work Paiute Sorcery as a framework for discussions of prehistoric human use of the area.

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Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — — $ Hardcover from $ 5/5(1). Lookout tower on the North Umpqua. College of Forestry Photograph Collection (P 61) -- Forestry Structures. OSU Archives. North Umpqua River, history, photograph 2. Typical lay of land and farm upon the cut over section on Smith River, Douglas County.

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Cox, Thomas R. Mills and Markets: A History of the Pacific Coast Lumber Industry to () Archaeological Testing and Evaluation of Glide Ranger Station, Douglas County, Oregon. Oregon State University, Department of Anthropology, Corvallis.

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Oregon Archaeology tells the story of Oregon’s human history beginning more t years ago with the earliest evidence of human occupation and continuing into the twentieth century.

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Geological Survey editorial standards or with the North Cited by: The geology of the Stinking Water Creek area, Harney County, Oregon. Cecilia Dolores Gregory, University of Oregon University of Oregon, - Science - pages.

0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. The geology of the Stinking Water Creek area.

Created Date: 8/26/ PM. Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation Boring to the Core: The Archaeology, Ladee Flat, Clackamas County, Oregon Public Deposited. The dendrochronological study revealed three disturbance events that have affected the current archaeological record found on the site, two forest fires and the construction of a landing strip.

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The Anlauf and Drain quadrangles, Oregon, lie about 20 miles south of the city of Eugene, in Douglas and Lane Counties. They constitute an area of about square miles that includes parts of both the Cascade Range and Coast Range physiographic provinces. A sequence of lower Tertiary sedimentary and volcanic rocks with a maximum thickness of ab feet is.

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