3 edition of Ancient Peoples and Landscapes found in the catalog.
Ancient Peoples and Landscapes
Ralph S. Solecki
by Museum of Texas Tech University
Written in English
|Contributions||Eileen Johnson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
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Over the past three decades, “landscape” has become an umbrella term to describe many different strands of archaeology. From the processualist study of settlement patterns to the phenomenologist’s experience of the natural world, from human impact on past environments to the environment’s impact on human thought, action, and interaction, the term . Ancient Places: People and Landscape in the Emerging Northwest is an assemblage of nonfiction stories that reveal the symbiotic relationship of people and place in the Pacific Northwest. Nisbet engages some of the touchstones in Northwest history in this compelling collection of stories about natural and human history.
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In Ancient Places, author Jack Nisbet masterfully illuminates the lively chemistry that exists between people, their history, and the landscape of the Pacific Northwest.
Through his copious research of the region’s geology, natural ecosystems, cultural events, and people, Nisbit weaves compelling tales that give insight to this remarkable land.4/4(18). Ancient peoples and landscapes (Book, )  Get this from a library.
Ancient peoples and landscapes. [Eileen McAllister Johnson; Texas Tech University. Nisbet's book of "ancient places" falls into the latter category, and is a miscellaneous collection of eleven pieces that celebrate interesting, if little known, events that occurred in the northwest corner of the United States.
They begin with early 19th century explorer David Thompson's sighting of mysterious lights in the night sky/5. Throughout the essays in Ancient Places, Nisbet correlates modern science with the journals of early fur traders, terra-cotta brick makers, collectors, and native peoples.
The reader gains knowledge of museums, plants, ants, huckleberries and lucky kicks that unravel mysteries and secrets held in the landscape.
Book Overview These are the genesis stories of a region. In Ancient Places, Jack Nisbet uncovers touchstones across the Pacific Northwest that reveal the symbiotic relationship of people and place in this corner of the world.
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The joy of this book is the way it encompasses this variety and beauty, without falling into the "trade war trap".Reviews: ANCIENT PEOPLES AND PLACES (THAMES & HUDSON) Series Note:This major Thames & Hudson book series was launched in the mids under the editorship () of the Welsh archaelogist, writer and broadcaster Glyn Daniel.
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Wayne currently works as a geology lecturer for Smithsonian Journeys and is a retired adjunct faculty member of Yavapai and Coconino colleges. He is an award-winning author of many books including Sedona Through Time, Carving Grand Canyon, and Ancient Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau. He lives with his wife Helen in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Silk Roads Peoples, Cultures, Landscapes. by Susan Whitfield (Editor) October ; First Edition; Hardcover $; Title Details. Rights: Available in United States, Canada Pages: ISBN: Trim Size: x Illustrations: color and b/w images. Product Information. Ancient Places is about the interplay between people and the landscape in the Northwest.
Historian and naturalist Jack Nisbet engages some of the iconic images in Northwest history: from fossil riches to ice age floods and from the Willamette Meteorite to the Earthquake.
Get this from a library. Ancient places: people and landscape in the emerging Northwest. [Jack Nisbet; Hannah Small] -- "The story of the land in the Northwest flows from the cataclysmic ice-age floods.
So it only follows that the stories of the people in this terrain are inextricably linked to the aftereffects of. His new book of lively essays, “Ancient Places: People and Landscape in the Emerging Northwest” (Sasquatch, pp., $) engages the past and present of. Our Mission: We, atfocus on creating well-researched knowledge based articles to provide the readers the best information on ancient history, ancient civilizations, ancient empires, ancient tribes and peoples, and much more.
The contributors discuss timely methodological issues and engage in debates on a wide range of topics from plant utilization in hunter-gatherers and agriculturalists to uses of ancient DNA. Ancient Plants and People provides a global perspective on archaeobotanical research, particularly on the sophisticated interplay between the use of plants and their social or.
"Ancient Peoples of the American Southwest" is a good read about the Pueblo cultures of New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. If you are planning to visit some of the famous cliff dwellings in the American Southwest, this book provides a dose of history and anthropology to help you better understand who the Pueblo people were, and how they lived 4/5(16).
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These landscapes were influenced by classical antiquity and sought to illustrate an ideal landscape recalling Arcadia, a legendary place in ancient Greece known for its quiet pastoral beauty. The Roman poet Virgil had described Arcadia as the home of pastoral simplicity.The Ancestral Pueblo people crafted a unique architecture with planned community spaces.
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