Lowry ruin in southwestern Colorado by Martin, Paul S.

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  • Indians of North America -- Colorado.,
  • Colorado -- Antiquities.

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Statementby Paul S. Martin ; with reports on masonry of Lowry ruin and of the Southwest, by Lawrence Roys ; and skeletal material from the Lowry area, by Gerhardt von Bonin.
SeriesPublication (Field Museum of Natural History : 1909) -- v. 23, no. 1.
ContributionsRoys, Lawrence., Bonin, Gerhardt von, 1890-
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LC ClassificationsGN2 .F4 vol.23, no.1, 1968
The Physical Object
Pagination216 p., [116] pages of plates :
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14134862M

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Martin, Paul S. Bonin, Gerhardt von, Cited by: Paul S. Martin, Lawrence Roys, Gerhardt von Bonin, Archaeology of Southwestern Colorado: Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado, with Reports on Masonry of Lowry Ruin and of the Southwest, and Skeletal Material from the Lowry Area, Publications of the Field Museum of Natural History.

Anthropological Series, Vol. 23, No. 1, Archaeology of Southwestern Colorado: Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Podcasts. Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library. Lowry Ruin. Enjoy a self-guided interpretive tour of the Lowry Pueblo archaeological site. Lowry Pueblo is a part of Canyons of the Ancients National Park and was once home to approximately people.

Lowry Pueblo had a total of about 40 rooms and 8 kivas at its peak in the early 11th century, and was arranged in a roughly rectangular block.

Part of HovenweepNational Monument is in Colorado, but only dirt road access is available from Colorado (2 routes of about 25 miles each). Principal Ruins: Lowry ruin (room, 2 kiva pueblo) and great kiva, occupied from around AD through Access: 9.

Cite this Record. Stabilization of Escalante and Lowry-Ruins, Southwestern, Colorado. Steven G. Dosh. (tDAR id: ). Lowry Ruins National Historic Landmark. Visit a 1,year-old ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) ruin, which includes a room village. The Lowry Pueblo site was first excavated in and became a National Historic Landmark in It is one of the most significant BLM archaeological sites in the Four Corners region, where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico.

This intriguing book tells the stories of the excavation, restoration, and in some cases, destruction of some of the most interesting archaeological sites in the Southwest.

The five sites discussed all contain Kiva wall paintings made by prehistoric peoples of the Colorado Plateau.4/5(2).

Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. By Paul S. Martin. pages, illus. Archaeological Work in the Ackmen-Lowry Area, Southwestern Colorado, By Paul S. Martin. 88 pages, 67 plates, 4 illus., 4 maps. APA citation style: Highsmith, C.

M., photographer. () Ruins of Lowry Pueblo, one of the settlements of more than 24 ancient Puebloan tribes from A.D. toin the Great Sage Plain in what is now Colorado's Montezuma County and stretching somewhat into neighboring do Montezuma County Montezuma County.

United States, [Photograph] Retrieved from the. Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. Field Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Series, Vol. 23, No. 1, Chicago, Ill. MORLEY, S. The Excavation of Cannonball Ruins in Southwestern Colorado. American Anthropologist, n. s., Vol. 10, No.

4, pp. Lancaster, Pa. MORLEY, S. and KIDDER, A. Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. Field Museum of Natural History Anthropological Series 23 (1). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.

Oppelt, Norman T. Earth Water Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde. Johnson Books, Boulder. Wilson, C. Dean, and Mary P. Errickson Formal Description of Bluff Black on red, McPhee.

lowry ruins national historical landmark Named after early homesteader George Lowry, it was constructed about AD on top of abandoned pithouses from an earlier period of occupation. Its inhabitants were farmers who also hunted small game, made elaborately decorated pottery, and wove cotton obtained by trade.

Lowry Ruins, Colorado – Named after early homesteader George Lowry, this ancient pueblo was constructed about AD on top of abandoned pit houses from an earlier period of occupation.

Its inhabitants were farmers who also hunted small game, made elaborately decorated pottery, and wove cotton obtained by trade. Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado. Field Museum of Natural History Anthropological Series 23 (1).

Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Oppelt, Norman T. Earth Water Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde. Johnson Books, Boulder. Reed, Erik K. Excavation in Mancos Canyon, Colorado. The cliff dwellings of southwestern Colorado are among the world’s greatest archaeological treasures.

The term cliff dwelling can be applied to any archaeological site used as a habitation and located in an alcove or rock overhang; however, the most famous cliff dwellings are those created by Ancestral Pueblo people during the thirteenth century.

Lush field and distant mountains near Lowry Pueblo ruins at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in far-southwestern Colorado's Montezuma County Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer.

Woods Canyon Pueblo, also known as Wood Canyon Ruin, was a Northern San Juan pueblo inhabited during the broad to period [Ancient Pueblo People left southwestern Colorado by ]. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in Ruins consisting of as many as rooms, 50 kivas, and 16 towers, and possibly a plaza.

9 results for Books: David A. Breternitz. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Stabilization of the Lowry Ruins. Archaeological Excavations in Dinosaur National Monument Colorado-Utah (University of Colorado studies.

Series in anthropology, no. 17). Parks of the Southwest region in Colorado. Featuring Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, Lowry Ruins National Historical Landmark, Mesa Verde National Park, San Juan National Forest, Lake Fork National Recreation Trail, Dolores River State Wildlife Area, Dry Creek Basin State Wildlife Area, Lone Cone State Wildlife Area.

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3 (). National Park Service. "Awatovi Ruins." National Historic Landmarks Program. Lowry ruin in southwestern Colorado / By Paul S. Martin, Gerhardt von Bonin and Lawrence Roys. Abstract. vno.1 ( Topics: Antiquities, Colorado, Indians of North America.

Publisher: Chicago:Field Museum of Natural History, Year: OAI identifier: oai. But when good times returned from ADthe upper kiva and room complex were constructed and the site inhabited as a residence—an important component of the Lowry community.

Then came another drought, 50 years long, from to This was a time of major changes in the entire Lowry area as well as what is now southwest Colorado. Canyons of the Ancients National Monument (the Monument) encompassesacres of federal land administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

The Monument is located in the Four Corners region of southwestern Colorado, about 50 miles west of Durango, 10 miles west of Cortez and 12 miles west of Mesa Verde National Park. The Monument was designated on June 9, by.

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Dating back to before AD, the Lowry Pueblo is an impressive 40+ room pueblo. The ruins are named after local homesteader George Lowry and were excavated in the s. Today the pueblo is protected as a Historic Landmark, with a modern roof covering some of the ruins.

Many of the walls and kivas are still in excellent shape. 1 Archaeology of Southwestern Colorado: Lowry Ruin in Southwestern Colorado, with Reports on Masonry of Lowry Ruin and of the Southwest, and Skeletal Material from the Lowry Area pp.

; (Vol. 20). The Lowry Pueblo Named for homesteader George Lowry, this site is typical of the medium-sized pueblos that once dotted the Montezuma Valley. Lowry Pueblo had a total of about 40 rooms and 8 kivas at its peak in the early 11th century and was home to approximately people.

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Mesa Verde National Park is one of the granddads of Anasazi Indian culture. But there are many more Anasazi archeological sites in the Four Corners region, where Colorado. The Anasazi migrated frequently. At their pinnacle, however, the Anasazi – those within the cultural spheres defined by the populations of Chaco Canyon, Mesa Verde and the southwestern Colorado Plateau – built the most imposing pueblo communities ever seen in the southwestern United States or northern Mexico.

Chaco Canyon Great Houses. Visitors interested in the fascinating story of the mysterious Anasazi Indians can marvel over the ancient ruins they left behind at Mesa Verde National Park, Ute Mountain Tribal Park, Lowry Ruins, Yucca House National Monument and Anasazi Heritage Center, all in southwest Colorado; Hovenweap National Monument, Edge of the Cedars Museum.

Parks › Colorado › Lowry Ruins Nat'l Landmark. Quick Facts. Lowry Ruins National Historic Landmark. Colorado () Map Directions Things To Do. Overview. Located 27 miles northwest of Cortez, Colorado, Lowry Pueblo is a part of Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.

Named after early homesteader George Lowry, it was.

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