Olsen-Chubbuck site

a Paleo-Indian bison kill by Joe Ben Wheat

Publisher: Society for American Archaeology in [Washington]

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Paleo-Indians -- Colorado -- Cheyenne County.,
  • American bison.,
  • Olsen-Chubbuck Site (Colo.),
  • Cheyenne County (Colo.) -- Antiquities.
  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 165-170.

    StatementJoe Ben Wheat.
    SeriesMemoirs of the Society for American Archaeology -- no. 26, American antiquity -- v. 37, no. 1, pt. 2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 180 p.
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21954376M

  Bison procurement is so ancient that two bison species (occidentalis and antiquus) that became extinct at the end of the pleistocene were the prey of Plains natives. Check out the Olsen-Chubbuck site and the Jones-Miller site.   The Folsom (Paleoindian) Type Site: Past Investigations, Current Studies - Volume 67 Issue 1 - David J. Meltzer, Lawrence C. Todd, Vance T. HollidayCited by: Another High Plains bison kill site that illustrates the potential human impact on ancient bison (Bison occidentalis) is the Olsen-Chubbuck site, located approx-imately 30 miles west of the Kansas state line near First View, Colorado. At this location, the remains of .   In the first book of the QUADRILOGY entitled SHADOWS ON THE TRAIL, a tribe of people I called the Mountain People brutally attack the village of a peace-loving tribe called the River People. When the attack occurred, most of the men from the River People were on a hunting trip. There was not enough spears to defend the village from the brutal onslaught of the Mountain People.

The Roberts Ranch Buffalo Jump in northern Larimer County is a Protohistoric period (– CE) bison kill and butchering site that dates to about –84 and represents one of the southernmost bison jump sites on the Great ered in , the site was excavated in the late s by amateur archaeologists from Denver and students under the supervision of W. James Judge of. 9. The distribution of Bison bones found at the Olsen-Chubbuck site in Colorado is an example of what kind of archaeological context? a. Systemic b. Primary c. Stratigraphic d. Post-depositional e. Secondary SHORT ANSWER - You do not need to answer in complete sentences (4 points each). Though a site of high fidelity, there is some "mixing" of point styles between levels, a situation that engenders considerable explanatory gyrations­ omitting, however, the possibility that a single group of people roamed around with slightly variable styles of points, a lesson we need to remember from the Olsen­ Chubbuck : Donald M. Henderson. Middle range theory also plays a part in the Olsen-Chubbuck site. From the visible remains of the bison, we can estimate from the skeletal remains of the bison that the total meat pounds and the total amount of people capable of butchering the bison would be , thereby relating the artifacts to past human behavior.

Though a site of high fidelity, there is some "mixing" of point styles between levels, a situation that engenders considerable explanatory gyrations­ omitting, however, the possibility that a single group of people roamed around with slightly variable styles of points, a lesson we need to remember from the Olsen­ Chubbuck by: 9. Agate Basin complex, named for the Agate Basin Site. [7] Cody complex, named for the Horner site near Cody, Wyoming, includes the Olsen-Chubbuck Bison Kill Site and the Jurgens Site. [8] Hell Gap complex, such as the Hell Gap, Wyoming site for which is was named and the Jones-Miller Bison Kill Site. [6] Foothills / Mountain complex [8] References.   The time and circumstances surrounding the arrival of the first human inhabitants of North and South America has become a lively topic for debate (1, 2).However, the Northern Plains and montane basins of the central and southern Rocky Mountains have produced some of the best preserved evidence of North America’s earliest known pedestrian, large mammal hunters whose presence is Cited by:

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Even though this book is dated (), there is an enormous amount of information on the discovery, excavation, analysis, and interpretation of this High Plains Paleoindian bison kill site.

In attempting to determine how the bison were butchered, the author had several pages of how we know historical Indians butchered bison.5/5(1). The Olsen-Chubbuck site: A Paleo-Indian bison kill (Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology ; no.

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Even though this book is dated (), there is an enormous amount of information on the discovery, excavation, analysis, and interpretation of this High Plains Paleoindian bison kill site.

In attempting to determine how the bison were butchered, the author had several pages of how we know historical Indians butchered bison.4/5(1). Buy The Olsen-Chubbuck site: a Paleo-Indian bison kill by Joe Ben Wheat online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.5/5(1).

The Olsen-Chubbuck Bison kill site is located miles to the southeast of the town of Firstview in Cheyenne County, Paleo-Indian site dates back to an estimated B.C. and provides evidence for bison hunting long before the use of the bow and arrow or horses.

[1] The site was named Olsen-Chubbuck after two archaeologists who discovered the bone bed, Siguard Olsen and. Joe Ben Wheat, “The Olsen-Chubbuck Site: A Paleo-Indian Bison Kill,” Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology 26 ().

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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wheat, Joe Ben. Olsen-Chubbuck site. [Washington: Society for American Archaeology], (OCoLC)   These jumps could produce the “rivers of bones,” such as that found at the Olsen-Chubbuck site in eastern Colorado.

These dense layers of Author: Holly Norton. Softcover Book Titles: The Olsen - Chubbuck Site - A Paleo - Indian Bison Kill - Published by Society for American Archaeology, Washington "Enormous amount of information on the discovery, excavation, analysis, and interpretation of this High Plains Paleoindian bison kill Rating: % positive.

Cite this Record. The Olsen-Chubbuck site: a Paleo-Indian bison kill. Joe Ben. Wheat. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology ; no. Washington: Society for American Archaeology]. Olsen–Chubbuck Bison Kill Site Explained. The Olsen–Chubbuck Bison kill site is located 16miles southeast of Kit Carson, Paleo-Indian site dates to an estimated – B.C.

and provides evidence for bison hunting, using a game drive system, long before the use of the bow and arrow or horses. The site was named Olsen–Chubbuck after the amateur archaeologists who.

Cite this Record. Olsen-Chubbock and Jurgens Sites: Pouraspects of Paleoindian Bison Economy. Joe Ben Wheat, Leslie B.

Davis, Michael Wilson. In Bison Procurement and Utilization: a Symposium. Unknown. (tDAR id: ). At the Olsen-Chubbuck site near Kit Carson, Colorado, for example, hunters (a Plano culture from nine thousand to seven thousand years ago) stampeded bison into an arroyo, where they were killed at will.

When the site was excavated in the s, the skeletons of bison (the now extinct Bison occidentalis) were found in layers. The bottom Brand: UNP - Bison Books.

Without doubt, Wheat's () analysis of the Olsen-Chubbuck site opened the door to the future possibilities of bone bed analysis. Since then, taphonomy has become a byword in faunal analysis with strong emphasis directed toward the areas 1.

Introduction 3 of research mentioned above. Firstview points and the Olsen-Chubbuck site date to and are a part of the Cody Complex. The Plains Cody Complex dates to approximately 7, B.C. and perhaps as late as 6, B.C.

and is best known for Scottsbluff (see Scottsbluff point) and Eden points and the Cody Knife. The most spectacular sites are bison kills where evidence shows these. Abstract. This chapter discusses culinary and preservational processing as central aspects of the human adaptation, outlining gains in nutrition, reduction of mastication time and energy, and extension of animal product : Diane Gifford-Gonzalez.

Olsen-Chubbuck site, Colorado. Projectile points found at the buffalo kill site show a surprising divergence of form in view of the fact that all of them were used simultaneously by a single group.

In the center is a point of the Scottsbluff type. At the top left is another Scottsbluff point that shows some of the characteristics of a point of a point of the Eden type at top right.

the book is ambitious in its geographic and theoretical scope, and succeeds more often than The Olsen-Chubbuck Site: A Paleo-Indian Bison Kill.

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Chubbuck has spent much of his life unearthing old guns, arrowheads, tools and bottles. His treasures can be seen at the s-vintage Wonder View Tower Museum near Genoa, CO, on I about 75 miles east of the Colorado-Kansas line, where Chubbuck and his.

The Bums site is located on the coastal plain in west central Victoria County, Texas. This site is situated on a bluff overlooking Coleto Creek, a tributary of the Guadalupe River. The Olsen-Chubbuck site, a Paleo-lndian bison kill. American Antiqu No.

1, Pt. 2 (Memoir 26). STARTING FROM SCRATCH: THE HISTORY OF EDGE-WEAR RESEARCH FROM TO Deborah Seitzer Olausson Institute of Archaeology University of Lund, Kraftsborg 1, S 50 Lund, Sweden AUTHOR'S NOTE Since this review was completed (March You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.Talk:Olsen–Chubbuck Bison Kill Site Jump to and this article should focus on the particulars of the O-C kill site.

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