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direct-historical approach in Pawnee archeology.

Waldo Rudolph Wedel

direct-historical approach in Pawnee archeology.

by Waldo Rudolph Wedel

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Published by J and L Reprint Co. in Lincoln, Neb .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pawnee Indians.,
  • Nebraska -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThree papers on Plains prehistory.
    StatementSmithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1938.
    SeriesReprints in anthropology -- v. 2, Smithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 97, no. 7.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1-21, [6] p. :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22011841M

      Investigating a Pawnee Earthlodge teaches students about a Pawnee shelter called an Earthlodge, the history of their ancestors, and about the Pawnee tribe today through authentic archaeological and historical inquiry.. Instructions for the Teacher: The teacher’s document is 24 pages, consisting of background information and four sections corresponding with the student notebook. Free 2-day shipping. Buy An Introduction to Pawnee Archeology at nd: Waldo Rudolph Wedel.

    Archaeology: The Key Concepts is the ideal reference guide for students, teachers and anyone with an interest in archaeology. Colin Renfrew is Emeritus Disney Professor of Archaeology and Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge. Paul Bahn is a freelance writer, translator and broadcaster on archaeology.   Welcome to Pawnee: More Exciting than New York, More Glamorous than Hollywood, Roughly the Same Size as Bismarck, North Dakota. In Pawnee, Leslie Knope (as played by Amy Poehler on NBC's hit show "Parks and Recreation") takes readers on a hilarious tour through her hometown, the Midwestern haven known as Pawnee, book chronicles the city's colorful citizens and/5.

    Archaeology is a jargon-free and accessible introduction to the field which details how archaeologists study the human past in all its fascinating diversity. Now in its twelfth edition, this classic textbook has been updated to reflect the latest research and new findings in the field. Archeology studies of ancient sites have demonstrated the people lived in this pattern for nearly years, since about CE.: 4–8. The Pawnee generally settled close to the rivers and placed their lodges on the higher banks. They built earth lodges that by historical times tended to be oval in shape; at earlier stages, they were.


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Collection citebank Language English Volume v. 97 () Addeddate This collection, as well as numerous valuable historical leads, was promptly made available to Dr. Strong and his coworkers, and it became the starting point for the study of Pawnee archeology.

In this paper it is proposed to review very briefly the methods and some results of this approach to prehistory in the Pawnee area. THE DIRECT-HISTORICAL APPROACH IN PAWNEE ARCHEOLOGY By WALDO R. WEDEL Assistant Cttrator of Archeology, U. National Museum (WITH SIX PLATES) When the University of Nebraska Archeological Survey was established inits then director, Dr.

Author: Waldo R. Wedel, Robison, depositor, Jade. Direct-historical approach in Pawnee archeology (with six plates). Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet.

The direct-historical approach in archaeology assumes the existence of an analogous relationship between historic accounts and prehistoric data, serving to establish cultural identity under the basis of cultural continuity. In this article, Dr. Waldo Wedel uses the direct-historical approach to review some preliminary findings of archaeological investigations undertaken as part of an early effort to study the Pawnee culture Author: Waldo R.

Wedel, Robison, depositor, Jade. The Direct Historical Approach, Analogical Reasoning, and Theory in Americanist Archaeology Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 8(4) December   Prior to the early s, Americanist archaeologists, given their interest in chronology, routinely searched for direct historical connections between ethnographically documented cultures and archaeological cultures.

In those instances where clear evolutionary connections existed between ethnographic and prehistoric cultures, the ethnic affinities of the latter could be assessed, chronologies Cited by:   An Introduction To Pawnee Archeology Paperback – Septem by Waldo Rudolph Wedel (Author) See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Cited by:   ABSTRACTThe direct historical approach, which draws cultural links between the historic and prehistoric past at specific locations, has a longstanding, and at times controversial, history in archaeological interpretation.

Evidence from this and related approaches, such as ethnohistorical reconstruction, historical linguistics, oral tradition, and native folklore, is widely employed today by Cited by: 1.The Direct Historical Approach in Pawnee Archeology (Washington, ), while the most famous statement of the underlying principles is Ascher, Robert, “ Analogy in Archaeological Interpretation,” Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 17 (), –25; for recent discussions, see Wylie, Alison, “ ‘Simple’ Analogy and the Role of Cited by: The Direct Historical Approach in Pawnee Archaeology.

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collection Vol. 97, No. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. An Introduction to Kansas Archaeology. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin Government Printing Office, Washington, D. The Direct-Historical Approach in Pawnee Archeology By Waldo R.

Wedel The Smithsonian Institution, African Archaeology, but its absence from the book is nonetheless notable. For an early discussion of some post-processual approaches to African archeology, see Peter : Peter Robertshaw. specialized on the Central Plains, worked with the Pawnee and Arikara and used the direct historical approach to attempt to connect lat prehistoric Pawnee to historic Pawnee Walter Webb described the plains as comparatively level land surface, relatively treeless region, sub-humid or semi-arid climate.

the direct historical approach but did give it the name by which it has become known (Wedel ), showed the Lower Loup-Pawnee connection, but, although he had earlier assigned the Upper Repub lican culture (ca.

A.D. ) to an ancestral Pawnee and Arikara status (Wedel ), he knew the assignment was tentative. His general. Some basic issues in the study of cultural innovation. Review of Archaeol 39– Google Scholar. O’Brien, M. and Lyman, R. The Bureau of American Archaeology and its legacy to southeastern archaeology.

The Direct-Historical Approach in Pawnee Archaeology. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Buy this book on publisher's Author: Michael J.

O’Brien. The direct historical approach investigates the past by working backward in time from the known ethnographic present to the unknown pre-colonial past. The approach assumes historical connection between past and present and promises to yield insights into the contingent facts of particular culture histories.

Popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, especially in the Pueblo Author: John A. Ware. The Direct-Historical Approach in Pawnee Archeology (Smithsonian 1 copy Notes on the Prairie Turnip (Psoralea esculenta) among the Plains Indians 1 copy Members.

The Direct Historical Approach, Analogical Reasoning, and Theory in Americanist Archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 8: – Malinowski, by: 8.J.

Pelegrin, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, The Processual Approach. Beginning in the s, L. Binford, and other American archaeologists, developed the approach called ‘ processual archaeology ’ (see Theory in Archaeology).According to this approach, archaeological artifacts must be considered in terms of the dynamic cultural and natural.that our earlier classification of these sites as "Protohistoric Pawnee" was in-correct has since been disputed at some length by Wedel (The Direct Historical Approach in Pawnee Archeology, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol.

97, No. 7, ). While I believe that Wedel is .