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prehistoric culture sequence in the Portland basin of the Lower Columbia Valley
Richard M. Pettigrew
|Statement||by Richard M. Pettigrew.|
|Series||University of Oregon anthropological papers -- no.22.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 206,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
Salvage investigations were carried out in at the Katz site (DiRj 1), a prehistoric pithouse settlement located along the Fraser River near the eastern end of the lower Fraser valley three miles downriver from Hope, B.C. Various hypotheses have been advanced to account for the presence of pithouses, a house type considered characteristic of the Plateau, in the lower Fraser river region Cited by: 4. The valley bottom extends km south to north, from Eugene to Portland, averages about 40 km wide, and is chiefly underlain by Pleistocene and Holocene alluvium deposited by the Willamette River and its major tributaries (O'Connor et al., ). Download: Download full-size image; Figure 1. Map of Willamette Valley and larger regional Cited by: 7.
Abstract. In the Middle Atlantic region, extensive exchange networks are first visible during the Late Archaic period, or after B.C. This chapter provides an overview of the evidence for prehistoric trade and exchange in the Middle Atlantic region from approximately B.C. until the time of concerted European contact during the early seventeenth by: Dukinfield Junction (grid reference) is the name of the canal junction where the Peak Forest Canal, the Ashton Canal and the Huddersfield Narrow Canal meet near Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, area has been designated by Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council as a conservation area.. It is adjacent to Portland Basin, and the names are often used as synonyms by boaters, whilst Date closed:
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A pit was often dug inside the walls, to a depth of 1'-3'+ below the surface. (c) The Paleozoology of the Avey's Orchard Site. In Avey's Orchard: Archaeological Investigations of a Late Prehistoric Columbia River Community, edited by J.
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