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Cultural resources survey in the Alvord Basin, southeastern Oregon

final report

by Richard M. Pettigrew

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Published by University of Oregon in Oregon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology and history,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Archaeological surveying,
  • Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statement Richard Pettigrew, C. Melvin Aikens
    ContributionsAikens, C. Melvin, University of Oregon. Dept. of Anthropology
    The Physical Object
    Pagination105 p., [15] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25302800M

    The northward-trending Alvord basin is a km-long fault-bound depression as wide as 15 km that stretches from northwestern Nevada into southeastern Oregon. The Alvord Desert in the northern part of the basin is bound on the west by a prodigious physiographic escarpment with > m of relief from the peak of Steens Mountain ( m) to the.   [1] This study presents a description of permeability in an active fault zone located in the Great Basin extensional province. The fault hydraulic structure is inferred from geostatistical analysis of.

    Interim Report: Survey of Prehistoric Cultural Resources, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Oregon State University, Corvallis Lost Creek Archaeology Jackson County, Oregon and Elk Creek Archaeology Jackson County, Oregon. Jenkins, Dennis L. Distribution and Dating of Cultural and Paleontological Remains at the Paisley Five Mile Point Caves in the Northern Great Basin: An Early Assessment. In Paleoindian or Paleoarchaic? Great Basin Human Ecology at the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition, edited by Kelly E. Graf and Dave N. Schmitt, pp. 57 –

    information on cultural resources for an environmental impact statement, as required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of ; the National Environmental Policy Act of (PL , 83 Stat. , 41 USC , );. Eastern Oregon By Joanne B. Mulcahy Eastern Oregon is bounded north-south by the Wallowa Mountains and the Alvord Desert, and east-west by the Snake River Valley and the Ochoco National Forest. The region’s ten counties are home to a range of peoples, including the Nez Perce, Burns Paiute, Cayuse, Walla Walla, and.


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Cultural resources survey in the Alvord Basin, southeastern Oregon by Richard M. Pettigrew Download PDF EPUB FB2

The 1st Oregon Infantry Regiment was an American Civil War era military regiment recruited in Oregon for the Union regiment was formed in November At full strength, it was composed of ten companies of foot soldiers.

The regiment was used to guard trade routes and escorted immigrant wagon trains from Fort Boise to the Willamette troops were used to pursue and suppress Allegiance: Union. The Alvord Desert and East Alvord Wilderness Study Areas are located approximately 70 miles southeast of Burns in Harney and Malheur Counties.

The eastern side of the Alvord Desert WSA is about 5 miles southwest Cultural resources survey in the Alvord Basin Burns Junction. The nearest highway is U.S. High which forms much of the eastern boundary of the Alvord Desert study area.

the criteria is found in the Alvord Basin. THE ALVORD BASIN SURVEY In the University of Oregon signed a contract with the Bureau of Land Manage ment (BLM) to undertake a cultural resources survey of the Alvord Basin in the southeastern corner of Oregon (Fig. The Alvord Basin contains a cultural record that spans more.

The once-connected hydrologic system of pluvial Lakes Alvord and Coyote and Crooked Creek drainage to the east are within the northernmost Great Basin in southeastern Oregon ().Pluvial Lake Alvord was over km long and as deep as 86 m during its southeastern Oregon book evident Pleistocene stand of m (meters above sea level), covering much of the present-day closed basins of Alvord and Cited by: Some areas, such as the Alvord Basin, can receive fewer than 5 inches in a year.

In contrast to the sagebrush-covered uplands of north-central Oregon's Deschutes–Umatilla Plateau, the high desert of southeastern Oregon has less than half the average number of frost-free, growing-degree days. PDF | Historically, the Alvord cutthroat trout, Salmo clarki ssp., inhabited the larger creeks of the basin but has been extirpated in pure form because | Find, read and cite all the research.

Algae and Invertebrates of a Great Basin Desert Hot Lake: A description of the Borax Lake ecosystem of southeastern Oregon Conference Paper (PDF Available) January with 90 Reads How we. Cascadia Cave. Occasional Papers of the Idaho State University Museum, No.

18, Pocatello. Olsen, Thomas L. Baby Rock Shelter. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers, No. 8,Eugene. Pettigrew. Richard M. Cultural Resources Survey in the Alvord Basin. Southeastern Oregon. Cultural Resources Overview and Survey of Select Parcels in the Dalles Reservoir, Oregon and Washington US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, Oregon Octo.

The Alvord Ranch was founded in this basin by John Devine, following the establishment of the Whitehorse Ranch in Oregon's Great Basin Country. Ranching remains the primary source of income in the Alvord Desert Basin, although it appears more retirees and seasonal residents are trickling in along the edges of the valley.

Map of Basins in Oregon & Washington Click Here for Text-Based Option Click on a Basin Below to View a Clickable GIS Map. We describe 43 chipped stone crescentic artifacts from two collections curated at the University of Oregon’s Museum of Natural and Cultural History.

The Calvin Schmidt Collection contains crescents recovered from southeast Oregon and northwest Nevada, and the Alvord Basin Survey Collection contains crescents from southeast Oregon.

Robert W. Keeler, Cultural Resources Consultant. No cultural resources were recognized. Archaeological Survey of Bridge D (U.S. Highway 26 Eastbound Connection to Southwest Market Street at Mile Point ), Multnomah County. Teresa E. Cabebe, University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History.

No cultural resources were. A Class III Cultural Resource Survey of a Drought Relief Project at Ryegate, Montana () A Class III Cultural Resources Inventory for the Proposed installation of a Drip Irrigation System at the Rattlesnake Creek Wetlands Area, Buffalo Bill State Park, Shoshone Project ().

Corvallis / k ɔːr ˈ v æ l ɪ s / is a city in central western Oregon, United is the county seat of Benton County and the principal city of the Corvallis, Oregon Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Benton of the United States Census, the population Its population was estimated by the Portland Research Center to be 58, in Subsistence activities sometimes brought Great Basin Native Americans to the highlands such as Steens Mountain.

(Oregon State Archives Photo) Great Basin residents practiced a mixed economy. They hunted, fished, trapped, dug, and picked food resources. They. [1] This study presents a description of permeability in an active fault zone located in the Great Basin extensional province. The fault hydraulic structure is inferred from geostatistical analysis of temperatures in geothermal springs, located along a fault trace in the Alvord Basin of southeast Oregon.

24 G. Waring, "Geology and Water Resources of the Harney Basin Region, Oregon," U.S. Geol. Survey, Water-Supply Paperp. 22, Fig. On the left may be seen the broad multiple basaltic dike cutting the basaltic series in the cirque of the south fork of Alvord Creek.

New & In-print Titles. de Angulo, Jaime. Indian Tales, edition, printing, A California Legacy Book, Heyday Books, paper, pp. $13; de Angulo, Gui. The Old Coyote Of Big Sur: The Life of Jaime de Angulo,2nd printing. pages, notes, index, and bibliography.$17 One of the most interesting and unusual of the early students of American Indian languages was Jaime de Angulo.

This book considers all vascular plants known to grow on Steens Mountain and in the surrounding basins (Alvord, Catlow, and Harney). It also treats plants suspected of growing in that area and many nearby plants. As such, the flora is well suited for the study of botany of southeastern Oregon.

[4] The study area is located on a north‐northeast striking normal fault north of Borax Lake, in the Alvord Basin of southeast Oregon. The Alvord Basin is a north‐south trending graben, typical of the northern Great Basin extensional province. The basin is bounded to the west by Steens Mountain and the Pueblo Mountains, and to the east by.

An illustration of an Alvord cutthroat from Trout Crk. appears on p. of my book, Trout and Salmon of North America, with further info on this fish on p. (Artist's Note). I found many trout in Guano Crk. that strongly resembled the Alvord trout (Lahontan cutthroats are heavily spotted).STATE OF OREGON CULTURAL RESOURCES SURVEY COVER (Updated 6/10/) Please submit reports unbound.

Author(s) Name: Last Dickson First. Catherine Title of Report: August 27 letter to Kurt Roedel, ODOT Archaeologist, regarding monitoring for West Fork Birch Creek habitat improvement project near Pilot Rock, Umatilla County, Oregon.