Site Reports & Databases The Yellow Jacket Pueblo Database Database Contents
The Yellow Jacket Pueblo Database includes a wide variety of field and laboratory data generated as a result of Crow Canyon's research (for a detailed explanation of the contents and underlying organization of the database, click on "Database Contents," upper right button). This database is intended to be used in conjunction with the interpretive site report. For all artifact pages, buttons with the "Null" sign indicate no data are available either because no artifacts were collected or artifacts that were collected were not analyzed. To begin searching the Yellow Jacket Pueblo database, click on the site map or any of the links below.

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DATA BY INDIVIDUAL STUDY UNIT

Kivas - Information on 10 kivas.

Pit Structures - Information on 2 pit structures.

Rooms - Information on 32 rooms.

Middens - Information on 40 refuse deposits.

Extramural Surfaces - Information on 44 outdoor surfaces.

Noncultural Deposits - Information on 22 noncultural deposits.

Void - Information on 1 void


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Site Overview - Site size, location, composition, layout, and dates of occupation; site ownership and permit information

History of Investigations - A brief history of research at the site

Physiography - Elevation, topography, and water sources

Field Methods - Grid orientation, mapping techniques, surface indications, disturbed areas, the collection of dating and ecofact samples, and more


SITE-WIDE DATA

Maps - All maps, by map type

Photos - All photographs for this site are available in the multisite research database accessed by this link.

Tree-Ring Dating Results - Dating results

Dating - Site-wide dating information

All Excavation Units - Information on 112 excavation pits.

Assignment of Study Units - Architectural block and context group


How to Cite the Yellow Jacket Pueblo Database | References | Credits | Contact Database Manager


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