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INDIANS, PREHISTORIC - ARTIFACTS

Was fire once a part of figurine rituals?

Author: 
P.T.Reilly
Article Date: 
January-March 1969
Article Abstract: 
Burned split twig figurines from Stanton Cave in Marble Canyon
Language: 
English

The sites at Vasey's Paradise

Author: 
P.T.Reilly
Article Date: 
October-December 1966
Article Abstract: 
About parties which visited the site on the Colorado River 32 miles downstream from Less Ferry and particularily about the spilt-twig figurines, probably representing deer, that have seen found there
Language: 
English

The manufacture of copper bells found in Southwestern sites

Author: 
F. G. Hawely
Article Date: 
Spring 1953
Language: 
English

The Folsom point from the Rising Site, southeast Arizona

Author: 
R.D.Meyers
Article Date: 
February 1967
Language: 
English

The antiquity and inferred use of stone spheroids in Southwestern archaelogy

Author: 
J.K.Moriarity
Article Date: 
July-September 1967
Language: 
English

Split-twig figurines

Author: 
S.M.Wheeler
Article Date: 
January 1939
Language: 
English

Split-twig figurines from NA5607, northern Arizona

Author: 
A.P.Olson
Article Date: 
Winter 1966
Language: 
English

Split-twig figurines from Sycamore Canyon, cantral Arizona

Author: 
R.E.Kelly
Article Date: 
Winter 1966
Language: 
English

Split-twig animal figurines

Author: 
M. F. Farmer and R. de Saussure
Article Date: 
April 1955
Language: 
English

Prehistoric arrow nock files from Canyon de Chelly

Author: 
J.N.Young
Article Date: 
Winter 1973
Language: 
English