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Reframing the Northern Rio Grande Pueblo economy

Author: Scott G Ortman
Publisher: Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 2019.
Series: Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona, no. 80.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ortman, Scott
Reframing the Northern Rio Grande Pueblo Economy
Tucson : University of Arizona Press,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Scott G Ortman
ISBN: 9780816539949 0816539944
OCLC Number: 1089976943
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
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Contents: Intro; Contents; 1. Economic Growth in the Pueblos? / Scott G. Ortman and Kaitlyn E. Davis; Misconceptions and Realities; Demographic Imperatives; Economic Indicators for the Pueblo World; Agglomeration Effects Are Central; The Contributions in This Volume; 2. Economic Development and Big Subsistence in the Regional Agricultural Economy of the Ohkay Owingeh Homeland / B. Sunday Eiselt; Big Subsistence; Methods; Standards for Modeling Arable Land Requirements and Momentary Population; Results; Per Capita Investments in Agriculture and Floodplain Farming Agricultural Demand: Momentary PopulationAgricultural Supply: Arable Land; Agricultural Redistribution and Big Subsistence; Discussion and Conclusions; 3. Prehispanic Pueblo Cotton Cultivation with Gravel-Mulch Technology in the Northern Rio Grande Region / Eileen L. Camilli, Kurt F. Anschuetz, Susan J. Smith, and Christopher D. Banet; Natural Environmental and Cultural-Historical Contexts; Gravel-Mulch Pedology; Pollen Evidence of Prehispanic Agriculture and Cotton Cultivation; Cultigen Pollen from Yunge Hills and San Ildefonso Pueblo Grant; Gravel-Mulch Water Management Technology Spanish Colonial Observations of Tewa Cotton ProductionDiscussion and Conclusions; 4. Cotton, Community, and Entanglement: Prehispanic Cotton Growth and Textile Production among the Rio Grande Pueblos / Pascale Meehan; Methods; Results; Cotton Cultivation; Cotton Preparation; Textile Production; Entanglements and Communities of Practice; Cotton and Communities of Practice in the Rio Grande Pueblos; Economies, Textiles, and Communities of Practice; 5. Revisiting Settlement Clusters: Political Organization and Economic Cooperation / Patrick Cruz and Scott G. Ortman Settlement Clusters vs Community ClustersWhat Is a Mother Village?; Expectations for Different Types of Political Organization; Data and Analyses; Ponsipa-akeri Cluster; Pose Cluster; Sapawe; Tsama Cluster; Ku Cluster; Tsiping; Distributions of Civic Features; Distances between Settlement Clusters; Conclusions; 6. The Network Effects of Rio Grande Pueblo Rituals / Scott G. Ortman and Grant L. Coffey; Relationships between People and Plazas; Data and Analysis; Results; Discussion; Conclusions 7. Diachronic Changes in Tool-Stone Raw Material Distributions and Exchange Systems in the Northern Rio Grande / Fumi Arakawa, Christopher Nicholson, and Douglas HarroStudy Area and Time Periods; History of Research and Theoretical Perspective; Methods and Materials; Results; Regional Patterns; Local Patterns; Discussion and Conclusions; 8. The Economics of Becoming: Population Coalescence and the Production and Distribution of Ancestral Tewa Pottery / Samuel Duwe; Histories of Settlement and Coalescence in the Tewa World; The Provenance Study; Clay Sampling in the Tewa Basin
Series Title: Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona, no. 80.
Responsibility: edited by Scott G. Ortman.

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