2 edition of Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region found in the catalog.
Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region
1981 by Bureau of Land Management, California Desert District in Riverside, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||by Chester King and Dennis G. Casebier ; with sections by Matthew C. Hall and Carol Rector ; prepared for the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California Desert Planning Program.|
|Series||Cultural resources publications. Anthropology-history, Cultural resources publications|
|Contributions||Casebier, Dennis G., Hall, Matthew C., Rector, Carol., California Desert Planning Program (U.S.), United States. Bureau of Land Management. California Desert District.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
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Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region by King, Chester; Casebier, Dennis G; Hall, Matthew C; Rector, Carol; California Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region book Planning Program (U.S.); University of California, Riverside.
Archaeological Research UnitPages: Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert Region Author: Chester King ; Dennis G Casebier ; California Desert Planning Program (U.S.).
Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert Region by King, Chester; Casebier, Dennis G; California Desert Planning Program (U.S.)Pages: Book Title Background To Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region; Pages 1 - Publisher Bureau of Land Management; Document Type chapter Language English Location S.B.
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Cite this Record. Background To Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region. Chester King, Dennis G. Casebier. Riverside, CA: Bureau of Cited by: 6.
Background data provided in this report concerning historic and prehistoric resources is intended to aid the Bureau of Land Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region book in its preparation of a cultural resources study for the East Mojave Planning Unit.
It is hoped that this information will also aid others doing research in the East Mojave Desert. “Walker and Landau’s book on the Mojave Desert is not merely a lovely addition to the natural history of arid lands of North America; it is also a breakthrough of sorts, given that it is more comprehensive and integrative than any single work we now have for the Sonoran, Chihuahuan, or Great Basin Deserts/5(3).
Mining Claims held by Riley Bembry-East Mojave Desert (transcribed by Ted Weasma) Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region Chester King & Dennis Casebier ; Homestead Era History and Patents. East Mojave Patents.
Spreadsheet of East Mojave Patents. An s trip across the Mojave Desert from Cajon Pass to Fort Mohave on the Colorado River and excerpts from other related subjects. Pioneer of the Mojave He had barely settled in before his ranch was raided by Indians.
Other attacks followed throughout the years, Victor Valley - Historic Portal. Background to Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region. Riverside, CA: Bureau of Land Management, California Desert District, Laird, Carobeth. The Chemehuevi. Banning, CA: Malki Museum Press, Livingston, D.S.
(Dewey). "Rock Springs Land & Cattle Company Historic District National Register Nomination." Draft. historic and prehistoric resources of the east mojave desert region Recommended Citation U.S.
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Background To Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region. Chester King, Dennis G. Casebier. Cultural Resources Publications-Anthropology-History.
Riverside, CA: Cultural Resources Publications. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 6. background to historic and prehistoric resources of the east mojave desert regionAuthor: U.S.
Bureau of Land Management. Ethnohistory is a field of study that blends archaeology, ethnology, and history, using Desert Indian Languages The languages of the Indians in the Mojave Desert are rooted in two basic groups, that of Indian Slave Trade The Indian slave trade in the desert was brutal and often deadly.
Below is a diagram that summarizes late Quaternary climate history based on analyses of sediments from ancient lakebeds in the Mojave Desert region. Investigations of 20th Century weather and stream flow data show the logical connection between increased precipitation and flooding, and lake development in the Mojave.
Native Culture - Archaeology Prehistoric Mojave Desert Development of Projectile Points and Edge Tools (B.P. = Before present) Pleistocene Prior to 10, B.P.
Lake Mohave. Mojave Desert Indians - Historic Desert Indian Territories BOOK STORE: CHEMEHUEVI ETHNOGRAPHY & ETHNOHISTORY Sources Major sources on Chemehuevi ethnography and ethnohistory include Fowler and Fowler's Anthropology of the Numa: John Wesley Powell 's Manuscripts on the Numic Peoples of Western North America, (); Kelly's.
Mojave Desert History Chronology - Timeline Juan de Onate is the first European to meet the Mohave Indians while seeking the 'Southern Sea.' (?) Pedro Fages led an expedition along the edge of the western Mojave along the northern foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains looking for deserters from the Spanish Army.
Mojave Desert Archives. Inthe MDHCA constructed a large state-of-the-art library facility in the image of the old Goffs railway depot.
This new structure is vitally needed to house and properly care for the existing collections of the Mojave Desert Archives. Pages in category "History of the Mojave Desert region" The following 93 pages are in this category, out of 93 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). Although somewhat out of date, Hewett () provides a detailed bedrock geologic history with summaries of mineral resources and mines in the Mojave National Preserve region.
A literature search will yield hundreds of references to scientific reports, articles, and field-trip guides about the region. Cultural Resources. Mojave National Preserve's cultural resources are extensive and multifaceted. Prehistoric habitation, ranching, homesteading, mining, railroading, and military operations have scattered cultural resources throughout the park, and the dry climate and remoteness of some of the sites have helped to preserve them.
The relatively short history of East Kern County, or specifically the Antelope Valley, is proceeded by a long and richly varied history for the region in general.
The prehistoric record of Native American Occupation of the area may extend b years or more. Aside from a few exceptions such as the “early man” site east of Barstow, the first well established period of the Mojave Desert is the “Lake Mojave”. Native American History in the Mojave Preserve.
Native Americans and Anglo Contact. Ab years ago, the region's ecological zones were one thousand feet lower in elevation than today due to the cooler and wetter weather patterns of the waning Ice Age. Streams flowed and lakes existed where dry playas are today. Mojave River Valley Museum BOOK STORE: Death Valley History - Desert Indians: Prehistoric Cultures in the Death Valley Region Saratoga Springs Period, A.D.
– During this period, large village sites, such as Saratoga Springs in Death Valley, were developed. The settlement pattern in these places appears to have shifted from a.
Selected References On the Geology and Surface Processes of the Mojave National Preserve Region. A cursory search on the GeoRef literature database in July, yielded over 3, citations (including over websites); most of these references are technical reports or conference meeting abstracts.
Map of the East Mojave Desert, showing points described in text. Click on graphic for pdf copy. ~ This paper was published as: Hensher, Alan,The Historical Mining Towns of the Eastern Mojave Desert in Robert E.
Reynolds editor, Old Ores. The Mojave Desert has a vibrant history. Before contact with the Europeans changed their world, the Chemehuevi lived on prickly pear, mesquite and roasted agave blooms and hunted deer and bighorn sheep. They resided in the Kingston, New York, and Providence Mountains west to Soda Dry Lake and south to the Whipple Mountains.
Book Title Background To Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region; Pages - Publisher Bureau of Land Management; Document Type chapter Language English Location S.B.
Museum, Orange Tree Lane, Redlands, CA [B] tDAR ID Appendix 2: Inventory of Spring / Seep Locations in the East Mojave Desert Region. Matthew C. Hall, Chester King, Dennis G. Casebier. In Background To Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region.
Cultural Resources Publications. (tDAR id: ). Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert Region by King, Chester; Casebier, Dennis G; California Desert Planning Program (U.S.). California Desert Byways will help you discover the hidden surprises along the American West’s most beautiful and historic unpaved backroads From day trips to weekend getaways and even longer multiday treks, the 68 tours in this trail-tested adventure guide will take you from sky-scraping peaks to remote warm springs and palm-shaded oases/5(59).
The Colorado Desert is a northwesterly part of the larger Sonoran Desert, which extends across southwest North America. The Colorado Desert region encompasses approximately 7 million acres (2, ha), reaching from the Northwest Mexico border region in the south to the higher-elevation Mojave Desert in the north and from the Colorado River in the east to the Laguna Mountains of the.
The Archaeology of the Northeast Mojave Desert. The Bureau, Preview this book The Archaeology of the Northeast Mojave Desert Cultural resources publications: Archaeology: Contributors: Robert H.
Crabtree, Elizabeth Warren, Archaeological Research, Inc, United States. Mojave National Preserve protects an extensive variety of habitats, species, and landforms unique to the Mojave Desert and is the best place to experience this ecosystem.
Mojave National Preserve contains outstanding scenic resources, rich in visual diversity containing a varied landscape of sand dunes, mountain ranges, dry lakebeds, lava. background to historic and prehistoric resources of the east mojave desert region, U.S. Bureau of Land Management Enter search terms: Select context to search.
Rector, Carol H. Rock Art of the East Mojave Desert, in Background to Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the East Mojave Desert Region, by King, Chester and Casebier, Dennis G., Appendix 5, Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resource Publications Anthropology-History, Riverside, pp.
– Google ScholarCited by: 4. A Natural History of the Mojave Desert explores how a combination of complex geology, varied geography, and changing climate has given rise to intriguing flora and fauna—including almost 3, plant species and about terrestrial vertebrate animal species.
Of these, one quarter of the plants and one sixth of the animals are endemic. Ethnographic Background The project area is located in the western pdf of the Antelope Valley, a region in which the prehistoric cultural history is poorly documented and/or understood (Kroeber, ; Moratto, ; Sutton, ).The Changing Face of download pdf East Mojave Desert: Field Trip Guide Robert E.
Reynolds, LSA Associates, Inc., Spruce St. Ste.Riverside, CA Introduction On this trip we will look at changes to the surface of the Mojave Desert from the distant past, the prehistoric and historic past, and the very recent past.
We will see tracks ofFile Size: 3MB.Top Mojave Landmarks: See reviews and photos of sights to see in Mojave, California ebook Tripadvisor. “ You ebook stand at the marker on the road but just ft east is an easy trail that leads to the top of a hill that looks down on the entire loop complete with historical airplane museum, and other attractions to make it worth the trip.