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cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada

James C. Bard

cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada

by James C. Bard

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Published by Bureau of Land Management in [Carson City, Nev.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Nevada -- Pershing County.,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Nevada -- Churchill County.,
  • Pershing County (Nev.) -- Antiquities.,
  • Churchill County (Nev.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementfor Department of the Navy, Western Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command ; by James C. Bard, Colin I. Busby and John M. Findlay ; with the assistance of Pamela Endzweig ... [et al.] ; specialized appendices by Larry S. Kobori and Karen M. Nissen ; Basin Research Associates.
    SeriesCultural resource series -- no. 2., Cultural resource series (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office) -- no. 2.
    ContributionsBusby, Colin I., Findlay, John M., Endzweig, Pamela., Kobori, Larry S., Nissen, Karen M., United States. Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Western Division., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office., Basin Research Associates.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 214 p. :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17652919M

    BLM Nevada Archaeology: Lovelock Cave DaysThe Lovelock Cave entrance overlooking the Lovelock Cave Back Country Byway and the Humboldt Sink. Photo by Tanner Whetstone, Archaeologist in the Humboldt River Field Office, Winnemucca District. Get this book in print California camps Carson Desert Carson Sink central changes Churchill County collected construction continued cultural dates District early Elston emigrants evidence excavations Fallon field Fish fragment geothermal groups habitat Heizer Hidden Cave historic Humboldt Humboldt Sink hunting Indians indicate interpreted.

    The Bartleson-Bidwell party, emigrating from Independence Missouri in to the promise of the West, passed through Nevada by way of Humboldt, Carson Sink, and Walker River. The Bartleson-Bidwell party is generally considered the earliest organized group of . 46 REFERENCES CITED Ai kens, C. Melv i n Archaeology of the Great Basin. Annual Rev iew of Anthropology 7: 7 Bard, James C, C.I. Busby and J.M. Findlay A cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada. 3LM Cultural Resources Ser ies 2.

    A book of the names and address of people living in a city. What is the English of nakakagilalas. What has the author Carson C Hamilton written? Wiki User Carson Valley; Historical Sketches of Nevada's First Settlement [Dangberg, Grace] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Carson Valley; Historical Sketches of Nevada's First SettlementReviews: 4.


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Cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada by James C. Bard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada. [James C Bard; Colin I Busby; John M Findlay; Pamela Endzweig; Larry S Kobori; Karen M Nissen; United States. Naval Facilities Engineering Command.

Western Division.; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office.; Basin Research Associates.]. A cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada: for Department of the Navy, Western Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, San Bruno, California.

A Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson & Humboldt Sinks, Nevada. Nevada Bureau of Land Management. Nevada Bureau of Land Management. Nevada BLM Cultural Resource Publication #2. Cite this Record. Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada. James C. Bard, C.

Busby, J. Findlay, P. Endzweig, L. Kobori, J Author: James C. Bard, C. Busby, J. Findlay, P. Endzweig, L. Kobori, J. Liversidge, S. Mende. Animation & Cartoons Arts & Music Computers & Technology Cultural & Academic Films Ephemeral Films Movies News & Public Affairs.

Understanding 9/ Spirituality & Religion Sports Videos Television Videogame Videos Pages: For the purposes of our overview, the B Range is treated as a discrete locality within the boundaries of our defined study area, the Carson and Humboldt Sinks and vicinity.

This arbitrarily defined area covers several million acres of variable terrain in Churchill and Pershing Counties, Nevada. In a Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada, By James C.

Bard, C.I. Busby, J.M. Findlay, P. Endzweig, L.S. Kobori, J. Liversidge, and S. Mende. Karen M. Nissen. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following. Carson Sink, Nevada detailed profile.

Colleges/universities with over students nearest to Carson Sink: Truckee Meadows Community College (about 53 miles; Reno, NV; Full-time enrollment: 6,)University of Nevada-Reno (about 55 miles; Reno, NV; FT enrollment: 15,)Western Nevada College (about 67 miles; Carson City, NV; FT enrollment: 2,)Sierra College (about miles.

Appendix B. Collector's Interviews. in a Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada, By James C. Bard, C.I. Busby, J.M. Findlay, P. Endzweig. The Carson Sink is an interesting and desolate place. The Carson River terminates here, bringing water and sediment from as far away as the Sonora Pass area in the Sierra.

It’s home to the. CARSON CITY — Nevada is a historic and cultural wonder, abounding with stories, traditions, archaeology, cultural resources, and buildings that contribute to Nevada’s unique sense of place. Carson Sink is a playa in the northeastern portion of the Carson Desert that was formerly the terminus of the Carson River.

The sink is currently fed by drainage canals of the Truckee-Carson Irrigation District. The southeastern fringe of the sink where the canals enter is a wetland of the Central Basin and Range ecoregion, which is mostly included within the Fallon National Wildlife Refuge and the Stillwater Wildlife Management Area Coordinates: 39°52′40″N °20′50″W / °N.

Bard, Busby and Findlay, A Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada, 13, 4 settlement of the Humboldt region of Nevada.

Although Nevada was part of the Spanish Empire, and later Mexico, neither government had much interest in exploring the "Unknown Land.". Working in the Carson Desert of western Nevada and building on earlier research by Raven and Elston () and Kelly (), Zeanah () attacked this problem by (1) identifying the resources.

The Carson Sink and Lone Rock working areas are the northwest portion of both the Carson Sink and the Fallon Range Training Complex. The Lone Rock working area includes the Bravo range which has numerous targets for combat aircraft training.

Lone Rock is in the middle of a Bravo live bombing area and is a solitary pinnacle of rock through the playa that is held sacred by the Paiute.

Appendix A. Human Skeletal Remains from the Carson-Humboldt Sinks. in a Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada, By James C.

Bard, C.I. Busby, J.M. Findlay, P. Endzweig, L.S. Kobori, J. Liversidge, and S. Mende. Larry S. Kobori. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. Humboldt Sink is an intermittent dry lake bed, approximately 11 mi (18 km) long, and 4 mi (6 km) across, in northwestern Nevada in the United body of water in the sink is known as Humboldt sink and its surrounding area was a notorious and dreaded portion (called the Forty Mile Desert) of overland travel to California during the westward migrations of the mids, which.

A Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson & Humboldt Sinks, Nevada by James C. Bard, Colin I. Busby, & John M. Findlay (Berkeley: Basin Research Associates, ) Mines of Churchill and Mineral Counties by William O. Vanderburg (Las Vegas: Nevada Publications, ), Carson Lake Sagouspie Dam Humboldt Sink Carson Dam Fallon National Wildlife Refuge R-Line Canal A-Line Canal V-Line Canal Stillwater Point Reservoir Diversion Canal Truckee Canal Diversion fromTruckee River (Derby Dam) T-Line Canal Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge acre-feet acre-ft Auto Tour Route Interpretive Guide Nevada.

the engines of the emigration, would suffer more and perish in greater numbers in the Great Basin than anywhere else on their overland journey west. Here, on the Humboldt, famine sits enthroned, and waves his scepter over a dominion expressly made for him.

Bibliography. A Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson & Humboldt Sinks, Nevada by James C. Bard, Colin I. Busby, & John M. Findlay (Berkeley: Basin Research Associates, ).People of the Humboldt. Nevada lies within the Great Basin where rivers drain into lakebeds and sinks, never reaching an ocean.

The broad valley around this location contains two of these terminal lake basins or “sinks” one for the Humboldt River arising in northeastern Nevada and the other for the Carson River flowing from the Sierra Nevada to the southwest.Bibliography.

A Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson & Humboldt Sinks, Nevada by James C. Bard, Colin I. Busby, & John M. Findlay (Berkeley: Basin Research Associates, ), 26, ; Nevada Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary by Helen S.

Carlson (Reno: University of Nevada Press, ), ; Nevada Post Offices: An Illustrated History by James Gamett and Stanley W.

Paher (Las Vegas.