Archaeological investigations in the DeLong Mountains, northwest Alaska, 1979-1980
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Published by Bureau of Land Management in Alaska .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Antiquities

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Edition Notes

Statementby Howard L. Smith
SeriesBLM-Alaska open file report -- 2, BLM-Alaska open file report -- 2.
ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p. :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25498672M

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Cite this Record. Archaeological Investigations in the Delong Mountains, Northwest Alaska, Howard L. Smith. (tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. Archaeological Investigations in the Delong Mountains Howard L. Smith. (tDAR id: ). Archaeological investigations in Alaska since - Volume 6 Issue 45 - Helge LarsenCited by: 5. Brumbaugh, W.G., and May, T.W., , Elements in mud and snow in the vicinity of the DeLong Mountain Regional Transportation System Road, Red Dog Mine, and Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Alaska, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report , 30 p.

An archaeological site in the process of discovery and documentation. Archaeology is the study of the tangible remains of human societies. Alaska has a long and rich history of people moving across the continent from Beringia to more recent history. The National Park Service employs teams of archaeologists to identify and research archaeological sites on park lands for the purposes of public.   The Norton tradition spread in Alaska well beyond the northwest coast (Holmes, ), and is well represented at the Brooks Camp site in Katmai National Park near Alaska's southern coast (Dumond, , , ; , ; , ) (KATM Fig. 8). The Archaeology Collection contains the material remains of prehistoric and historic cultures from throughout Alaska, as well as comparative collections from cultures around the world. The collection consists of over 5, accessions, representing more than , cataloged artifacts. The collections represent the entire archaeological record of Alaska from the earliest sites dating from.   Figure 1: Archaeological reconnaissance by helicopter in the Talkeetna Mountains, South-central Alaska. Alaska’s vast distances and lack of roads present unique challenges for archaeologists. OHA photograph by Dr. Richard VanderHoek. Figure 2: Archaeologists testing an alpine prehistoric site in the Clearwater Mountains, South-central Alaska.

BLM Alaska ArchaeologyArchaeology HighlightsSince the time of Alaska Statehood in , many significant archaeological discoveries have revolutionized our understanding of Alaska’s most ancient people and how they first used the discovery of Alaska’s earliest sites has been driven in part by the central question in New World archaeology: “When and how did the first. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. View Alaska Archaeology Research Papers on for free. Upper Colville River channel depth survey. Jack Mellor, June 16pp. 2. Archaeological investigations of the Delong Mountains, northwest Alaska. Howard Smith, June 26pp. 3. Archaeological reconnaissance in the Central Arctic Management Area. Howard Smith, June 19pp. 4. Results of the bald eagle nest survey.