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An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming.

Dorsey, George Amos

An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming.

by Dorsey, George Amos

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Published in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Quarries.,
  • Converse County (Wyo.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy George A. Dorsey ...
    SeriesField Columbian Museum. Publication -- 51. Anthropological series, vol. 2, no. 4., Publication (Field Columbian Museum) -- 51.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN2 .F4 v. 2, no. 4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p.l., 233-243 p.
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17774287M
    LC Control Number04012215

    This is a list of notable quarries and areas of quarrying in the United States. A number of these are historic quarries listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), ranging from relatively ancient archeological sites to places having pre-World War II activity. This includes major areas of continuing, modern quarrying. According to , in there were quarries. Dorsey, George A. (George Amos), Dorsey, George Amos, Dorsey, George A. Dorsey, George A. George Amos Dorsey ethnographer of North American Indians, especially the .

    United States Stone Quarry - You Can Find Many Stone Quarries and Buy Cheap Stone Blocks,Slabs and Tiles from Quarry Owner. Numerous legends among the Dakota address the cultural importance of the Pipestone region to American Indians. A Brule Sioux legend, told by Lame Deer to Richard Erados, in Winner, South Dakota, in , was narrated in the book, American Indian Myths and the world was freshly made, so the narrative legend goes, Unktehi the water monster fought the people and created a great .

    Stonyfell Quartzite is the source of all metropolitan quartzite aggregate, from Stonyfell, White Rock, Riverview, Para Hills and Salisbury Quarries. Eagle Quarry was closed and rehabilitated in during construction of the Adelaide–Crafers Highway. Carbonate aggregate is sourced from a variety of units. Warsaw quarries XV. Flint quarries: West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana XVI. Mill Creek quarries, Illinois XVII. Flint quarries near Crescent,Mo XVIII. Novaculite quarries, Arkansas XIX. Chert quarries of the Great Plains Oklahoma Kansas XX. Quartzite quarries, Wyoming XXI. Obsidian mines XXII. Steatite quarries XXIII. Mica mines XXIV. The red.


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Anthropological series ; v. 2, no. 4 By. Dorsey, George Amos, TypeCited by: 2. An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming by Dorsey, George Amos, Pages: an aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern wyoming. LOCATION AND RECENT HISTORY OF THE QUARRY. The quarry is situated near the central southern border of Con- verse County and within a few miles of Laramie County.

An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming. By George A. Dorsey. By George Amos Dorsey. Topics: Antiquities, Converse Co., Wyoming, Indians of North America, Quarries. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account An Aboriginal Quartzite Quarry in Eastern Wyoming. by George Amos Dorsey | Sep 6, Hardcover $ $ FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. The Windy Ridge quartzite quarry: Hunter-gatherer mining and hunter-gatherer land use on the North American Continental Divide Article (PDF Available) in World Archaeology 38(3) September   Within this same area, small, clear, symmetrical quartz crystals have been found that were eroneously termed ‘Wyoming diamonds’, similar to quartz crystals found in the Sweetwater agate beds in the Granite Mountains in central Wyoming (Sutherland, ) (recommended map - US Geological Survey, Farsontopographic quadrangle).

Book, Print in English An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming By George A. Dorsey Chicago, 1 pagesl., pages xxviii-xxxix pl. 25 cm. Explore more options for this title. Copies in Library - not available while library buildings are closed.

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By E. Thompson. 22 pages, 30 illus. 51 No. An Aboriginal Quartzite Quarry in Eastern Wyoming. By G. Dorsey. 13 pages, 12 illus. 56 No. Archaeological Investigations on the Island of La Plata, Ecuador. Nea years ago, in eastern Wyoming at the location of the historic Sunrise Mine, Paleo-Indians mined red ochre or hematite at what is now considered by archaeologists as one of the oldest mining sites in all of North America.

Dorsey, G.A.,An Aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming: Publication No. 51, Anthropological. A Location Guide for Rock Hounds in the United States ii Published by Hobbit Press Union Road St.

Louis, Missouri December, Aboriginal quarries are places where Aboriginal people took stone from rocky outcrops to make chipped or ground stone tools for many different purposes. Not all types of stone were suitable for making tools, so an outcrop of good stone that could be easily quarried was a valuable resource.

May Dorsey explored the remains of an "aboriginal quartzite quarry" in eastern Wyoming. U.S. delegate to the International Congress of Anthropology and Prehistoric Archaeology, Paris. Dorsey collected the folk tales of the Osage Indians.

Member of the Jury Awards, Department of Anthropology, St. Louis World's Exposition. In the spring ofan aging cowboy and stockman wrote some recollections to the editor of the Lusk Free Lance, a newspaper then published in Niobrara County in eastern his letter, Addison A.

Spaugh detailed his extensive life in the Wyoming cattle business, including a discovery he made in while driving cattle up the Muddy River drainage in the foothills of the. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of The Cheyenne, Traditions of the Arikara, Traditions of the Arapaho, Traditions of the Skidi Pawnee, Traditions of the Osage, The Arapaho sun dance, Traditions of the Caddo, An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming.

Chert, quartzite, silcrete, spongolite, quartz and other types of rock were used. Aboriginal stone artefacts were made by hitting a piece of modified stone (core), with a cobble held in the hand (hammerstone) to remove a stone fragment (flake).

Both cores and flakes could be used as stone tools.silcrete, with chert, quartz and quartzite extraction also being relatively common. Stone was mined from boulders, exposed veins or blocks, conglomerates and from gibber and deposits of pebbles/cobbles and gravel.

Mining was by extraction from surface deposits and by excavation below the surface. Work at an Aboriginal quarry would have consisted.An aboriginal quartzite quarry in eastern Wyoming (PDF).

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