Woods Canyon Pueblo Bibliography

Most of the following publications are based wholly or in part on field and/or laboratory data generated as a result of Crow Canyon's study of Woods Canyon Pueblo and Woods Canyon Reservoir. The volume by Fewkes, which predates Crow Canyon's research by many decades, provides additional information that may help the reader place Crow Canyon's work at Woods Canyon within a broader research and historical context.

Driver, J. C.
2002 Great Houses, Big Towns, Large Mammals. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver.
Fewkes, J. W.
1919 Prehistoric Villages, Castles, and Towers of Southwestern Colorado. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin, no. 70. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Kelley, J. P.
1996 Woods Canyon Pueblo: A Late Pueblo III Period Canyon-Oriented Site in Southwest Colorado. Unpublished Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman.
Lipe, W. D.
1995 National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for Woods Canyon Pueblo, Site 5MT11842. Manuscript on file, Colorado Historical Society, Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Denver.
Lipe, W. D., and S. G. Ortman
2000 Spatial Patterning in Northern San Juan Villages, A.D. 1050-1300. Kiva 66:91-122.
Lipe, W. D., and M. D. Varien
1999 Pueblo III (A.D. 1150-1300). In Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by W. D. Lipe, M. D. Varien, and R. H. Wilshusen, pp. 290-352. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver.
Ortman, S. G.
2000 Artifacts. In The Archaeology of Castle Rock Pueblo: A Thirteenth-Century Village in Southwestern Colorado [HTML Title], edited by K. A. Kuckelman. Available: https://www.crowcanyon.org/castlerock.
Ortman, S. G.
2000 Conceptual Metaphor in the Archaeological Record: Methods and an Example from the American Southwest. American Antiquity 65:613-645.
Ortman, S. G., D. M. Glowacki, M. J. Churchill, and K. A. Kuckelman
2000 Pattern and Variation in Northern San Juan Village Histories. Kiva 66:123-146.
Wilshusen, R. H.
1994 Research Design for Archaeological Investigations in 1994 and 1995 on BLM Lands in the Anasazi Culture Multiple-Use Area. Manuscript on file, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado.
Wilshusen, R. H., M. J. Churchill, and J. M. Potter
1997 Prehistoric Reservoirs and Water Basins in the Mesa Verde Region: Intensification of Water Collection Strategies During the Great Pueblo Period. American Antiquity 62:664-681.

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