ARQUEOLOGÍA Y PREHISTORIA DEL NOROESTE DE MÉXICO

David Phillips, Todd Vanpool, y Cristina VanPool

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San Antonio Herald
1862
An important Aztec relic. Vol. 8, No. 35, p. 2, 15 de Noviembre de 1862. [Meteorito de Paqumé] [Paquimé Meteorite]

Sánchez, Guadalupe
1998
Of roasting pits and plant remains: preliminary ethnobotanical analysis of plant remains from La Playa, Sonora, Mexico. Tesis maestría, University of Arizona, Tucson.

2001 A synopsis of Paleo-Indian archaeology in Mexico. Kiva 67:119ndash;136.

2004 Proyecto: geoarqueología y tecnología lítica en el sitio Clovis de el Bajío, Sonora, México, Informe de la temporada 2003. Archivo Técnico del INAH, México. [Obra citada por Gaines et al. 2009.] ["Project: geoarchaeology and lithic technology of the El Bajío Clovis Site, Sonora, Mexico, Report on the 2003 Season." Cited in Gaines et al. 2009.]

Sánchez, Guadalupe, y John Carpenter
2003
La Ocupación Pleistoceno Terminal/Holoceno Temprano en Sonora. Noroeste de México 14:27–34.

Sánchez, Guadalupe, Edmund P. Gaines, Vance T. Holliday, y Joaquín Arroyo-Cabrales
2009
El fin del mundo. Archaeology Southwest 23(3):6–7. [Nombre de un sitio Clovis en Sonora] [Name of a Clovis site in Sonora]

Sánchez Carpenter o Sánchez Miranda, Guadalupe. Ver Sánchez, Guadalupe.

Sandomingo, Manuel
1953
Historia de Sonora (Pusolana): Tiempos Prehistoricos, Tomo Primero. Publicado por el author, Agua Prieta, Sonora. Copia en la Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo.

Santos, Joel
2004
Informe del rescate arqueológico realizado en el sitio el Opochi, Sinaloa. Mecanoescrito. Informe al Consejo de Arqueología, INAH, México. [Obra citada en Carpenter y Sánchez 2008.]

2006 Las Labradas. Ponencia al Tercer Seminario de Petrograbados del Norte de México, El Fuerte. [Obra citada en Carpenter y Sánchez 2008.]

Sauer, Carl O.
1946
Notas de un reconocimiento en Sonora con Emil Haury, en búsqueda de sitios de los primeros pobladores del Nuevo Mundo. Papeles de Carl O. Sauer, Cartón 4, Caja 2, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Sauer, Carl O., y Donald D. Brand
1931
Prehistoric Settlements of Sonora With Special Reference to Cerros de Trincheras. University of California Publications in Geography 5(3):67–148. University of California Press, Berkeley.

1932 Aztatlan: Prehistoric Mexican Frontier on the Pacific Coast. Ibero-America I. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Saville, Marshall Howard
1894
The plumed serpent in northern Mexico. The Archaeologist 2:291–293. Waterloo, Indiana.

1924 Pottery figurine of Archaic type from Seriland. Indian Notes 1(4):223–225. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Nueva York.

Sayles, E. B.
1935
An Archaeological Survey of Texas. Medallion Papers No. 17. Gila Pueblo Foundation, Globe, Arizona.

1936 An Archaeological Survey of Chihuahua, Mexico. Medallion Papers No. 22. Gila Pueblo Foundation, Globe, Arizona. [Con "Discusión por Harold S. Gladwin. Vea Mason 1936. Notas orginales en Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson.] [With a "Discussion" by Harold S. Gladwin. See Mason 1936. Original notes in the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson.]

1936 Some Southwestern Pottery Types, Series V. Medallion Papers No. 21. Gila Pueblo Foundation, Globe, Az. [Deficiones de tipos cerámicos de Chihuahua] [Definitions of Chihuahuan pottery types]

Sayles, E. B., y Ernst Antevs
1941
The Cochise Culture. Medallion Papers No. 24. Gila Pueblo, Globe, Az.

Scarborough, Vernon L., y David R. Wilcox
1991
The Mesoamerican Ballgame. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Schaafsma, Curtis F.
1979
The "El Paso Phase" and its relationship to the "Casas Grandes Phenomenon". En Jornada Mogollon Archaeology: Proceedings of the First Jornada Conference, P. Beckett y R. Wiseman eds., pp. 383–388. COAS Publications, Las Cruces.

Schaafsma, Curtis F., y Carroll L. Riley (eds.)
1999
The Casas Grandes World. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Schaafsma, Polly
1980
Indian Rock Art of the Southwest. School of American Research, Santa Fe y University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. [Incluye descrpciones e ilustraciones de arte rupestre del noroeste de México.] [Includes discussions and illustrations of northwest Mexican rock art.]

1997 Rock Art Sites in Chihuahua, Mexico. Archaeology Notes No. 171. Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

1998 The Paquime rock art style, Chihuahua, Mexico. En Rock Art of the Chihuahuan Desert Borderlands, Sheron Savage-Smith y Robert J. Mallouf eds., pp. 33–44. Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, Alpine.

2000 Emblems of power: visual symbols as a means of social identity and the role of rock art in the Chaco system and in the Casas Grandes region. Ponencia a la reunión anual de la Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia. [Obra citada en Powell 2006]

Schmidt, Emil
1903
Reseña de A. Hrdlicka, A painted skeleton from northern Mexico.... Zentralblatt für Anthropolgie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte 8:36–37.

1905 Reseña de A. Hrdlicka, Notes on the Indians of Sonora, Mexico. Zentralblatt für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte 10:94.

Schmidt, Kari M.
2004
Faunal remains from the test excavations at Early Agricultural sits in southern Chihuahua, Mexico. Ms. Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas, San Antonio. [Obra citada en MacWilliams et al. 2008.] [Cited in MacWilliams et al. 2008.]

2005 Faunal remains for Sites 204 and 242, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ms., Department of Anthropology, University of Tulsa, Tulsa.

Schmidt, Robert H., Jr.
1973
A geographical survey of Chihuahua. Monograph No. 37. Texas Western Press, University of Texas, El Paso.

Schmidt, Robert H., Jr., y Rex E. Gerald
1988
The distribution of conservation-type water-control systems in the Sierra Madre Occidental. The Kiva 53(2):165–180.

Schoenwetter, James
1973
Archaeological pollen studies in western Sonora. Ver Pailes 1973, Apéndice C, pp. 517–536.

Schroeder, Albert H.
1964
Comments on Johnson's "The Trincheras culture of northern Sonora." American Antiquity 30:104–106.

1965 Unregulated diffusion from Mexico into the Southwest prior to A.D. 700. American Antiquity 30:297–309.

1966 Pattern diffusion from Mexico into the Southest after A.D. 600. American Antiquity 31:683–704.

1969 Spanish entradas, the big houses, and the Indian groups of northern Mexico. The Artifact 7(4):15–23.

Schulman, Edmund
1956
Dendrochronology in Mexico, 1. Tree Ring Bulletin 10(3):18–24. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Schumacher, Paul
1882
An ancient fortification in Sonora, Mexico. American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 4:227–229. [1881?]

Schwatka, Frederick
1893
In the Land of Cave and Cliff Dwellers. Cassell, Nueva York. Edición facsimile, 1977, Rio Grande Press, Glorieta, Nuevo México. [Incluye una discusión breve de restos de la cultura Casas Grandes.] [Includes brief discussion of Casas Grandes culture remains.]

1899 In the Land of Cave and Cliff Dwellers. Edición revisada. Educational Publishing Co., Boston.

Scott, G. Richard, y Edward F. Harris
1971
The dentition of the prehistoric inhabitants of Casas Grandes. Ms. en los archivos de la Amerind Foundation, Dragoon, Arizona.

Scott, Stuart Donald, Jr.
1963
Tree Ring Dating in Mexico. Disertación doctoral, University of Arizona, Tucson. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor.

1966 Dendrochronology in Mexico. Papers of the Laboratory of Tree Ring Research No. 2. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. [Reseñas/reviews: Di Peso 1968; Wolfman 1968]

Scott, Stuart D., y Michael S. Foster
2000
The Prehistory of Mexico's Northwest Coast, A View from the Marismas Nacionales of Sinaloa and Nayarit. En Greater Mesoamerica, The Archaeology of West and Northwest Mexico, Michael S. Foster y Shirley Gorenstein eds., pp. 107–135. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Shackelford, William J.
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Archaeological reconnaissance in Chihuahua, Mexico. Ms. [Obra citada en MacWilliams 2001.] [Cited in MacWilliams 2001.]

Shackley, M. Steven
1988
Sources of archaeological obsidian in the Southwest: an archaeological, petrological, and geochemical study. American Antiquity 53:752–772. [Las fuentes de obsidiana de la región incluyen Los Vidrios, Sonora y Antelope Wells, Nuevo México-Chihuahua.] [The region's obisidian sources include Los Vidrios, Sonora and Antelope Wells, New Mexico-Chihuahua.]

1995 A word about the northern Mexican region. Ver. p. 533 en "Sources of archaeological obsidian in the greater American Southwest: an update and quantitative analysis," American Antiquity 60:531–551. [Menciona estudios nuevos, todavía no reportados en detalle.] [Mentions new studies, not yet reported in detail.]

Shenk, W. E., y E. W. Gifford
1952
Archaeological sites on opposite shores of the Gulf of California. American Antiquity 17:265. [Comparación breve de las concentraciones de concha degastada de Punta Peñasco, Sonora y San Felipe, Baja California Norte] [Brief comparison of coastal shell middens of Punta Peñasco, Sonora and San Felipe, Baja California Norte]

Skibo, James M., Eugene B. McCluney, y William H. Walker (eds.)
2002
The Joyce Well Site: On the Frontier of the Casas Grandes World. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. [Sitio del fase Ánimas] [Animas phase site]

Skibo, James M., Michael Brian Schiffer, y William H. Walker
2008
Ritual performance: ball courts and religious interaction. En People and Things: A Behavioral Appraoch to Social Interaction, por James M. Skibo y Michael Bran Schiffer, pp. 89–105. Springer, New York. [Canastas de pelota del fase Ánimas]

Smith, William Neal
1967
The sea turtle origins of "Seri figurines". Ponencia a la reunión de la Rocky Mountain division, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Smith-Savage, Sheron, y Robert J. Mallouf
1998
Rock Art of the Chihuahuan Desert Borderlands. Occasional Papers No. 3. Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, Alpine.

Somerville, Andrew D., Ben A. Nelson, y Kelly J. Knudson
2010
Isotopic investigation of pre-Hispanic macaw breeding in Northwest Mexico. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 29:125–135. [Investigación isotópica de la crianza prehispánica de guacamayos en el noroeste de México.]

Speller, Camilla
2009
Investigating Turkey (Melleagris gallopavo) Domestication in the Southwest United States through Ancient DNA Analysis. Disertación doctoral, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby.

Spence, Michael W.
1971
Some Lithic Assemblages of Western Zacatecas and Durango. Mesoamerican Studies Research Records No. 8. University Museum, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. [La cultura Loma San Gabriel derivado del complejo Arcáico Los Caracoles] [Loma San Gabriel culture derived from the Los Caracoles Archaic complex]

1978 A cultural sequence from the Sierra Madre of Durango, Mexico. En Across the Chichimec Sea: Papers in Honor of J. Charles Kelley, Carroll L. Riley y Basil C. Hedrick, pp. 165–189. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale. [Definición de las culturas cerámicas Chivas, Baole, y Madronos. Con un apéndice sobre maíz de cuevas en Durango, por Hugh C. Cutler.] [Definition of the Chivas, Baole, and Madronos ceramic cultures. With an appendix on corn from caves in Durango, by Hugh C. Cutler.]

Spoerl, Patricia M., y John C. Ravesloot
1994
From Casas Grandes to Casa Grande: human impacts in the sky islands of southern Arizona and northwest Mexico. En Biodiversity and Managment ofthe Madrean Archipelago: The Sky Islands of the Southwestern United States and Northwest Mexico, L. F. DeBano, G. Gottfried, R. Hamre, C. Edminster, P. Ffoliott, y A. Ortega-Rubio eds., pp. 492–501. General Technical Report No. RM-GTR-264. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins.

Sprague, Roderick
1964
Inventory of prehistoric Southwestern copper bells: additions and corrections I. The Kiva 30:18–24.

Sprague, Roderick, y Aldo Signori
1963
Inventory of prehistoric Southwestern copper bells. The Kiva 28(4):1–20. [Incluye cascabeles de Chihuahua.] [Includes bells from Chihuahua.]

Sprehn, Maria
2000
The use of Casas Grandes human effigy vessels. Ponencia a la 33a conferencia Chacmool, Calgary. [Obra citada en Sprehn 2003.]

2001 Body art in the Casas Grandes world. En From Paquimé to Mata Ortiz: The Legacy of Ancient Casas Grandes, Grace Johnson ed., pp. 65–72. San Diego Museum Papers No. 40. Museum of Man, San Diego.

2003 Social Complexity and the Specialist Potters of Casas Grandes in Northern Mexico. Disertación doctoral, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. ["La complejidad social y los alfareros especialistas de Casas Grandes en el norte de México." Ramos Polícromo fue producido por especialistas.] [Ramos Polychrome was produced by specialists.]

2006 The specialist potters of Casas Grandes. En Secrets of Casas Grandes: Precolumbian Art and Archaeology of Northern Mexico, Melissa S. Powell ed., pp. 38–73. Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.

Stacy, V. K. Pheriba
1969
A suggested survey design for the cerros de trincheras in the Altar Valley, Sonora, Mexico. Ms. en la Arizona State Museum Library, University of Arizona, Tucson.

1971 The Trincheras Problem: Prehistoric Utilization of Vertical Space in South Central Arizona. Tesis maestría, University of Arizona, Tucson.

Stallings, W. S., Jr.
1948
Tree ring investigations in northern Mexico. Southwestern Lore 14(2):23.

Stark, Barbara L.
1977
Sonora (en Current Research). American Antiquity 42:280.

1978 Sonora (en Current Research). American Antiquity 43:519.

1979 Sonora (en Current Research). American Antiquity 44:613.

1981 Guerrero, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Baja California (en Current Research). American Antiquity 46:944–945.

Stevenson, C. M., J. Carpenter, y B. E. Scheetz
1989
Obsidian dating: recent advances in the experimental determination and application of hydration rates. Archaeometry 31:193–206. ["Fechamiento de obsidiana: avances recientes en la determinacón experimental y aplicación de la rapidez de hidratación." Incluye la fuente Antelope Wells y el sitio Joyce Wells.] [Includes the Antelope Wells source and the Joyce Wells site.]

Stewart, Joe D.
1984
Jornada ceramics at Casas Grandes. Pottery Southwest 11:1–3.

2008 Working with Jane during more than 40 years. En Celebrating Jane Holden Kelley and Her Work, Meade F. Kemrer ed. pp. 21–29. New Mexico Archeological Council Special Publication No. 5, Albuquerque. [Pp. 24–25: Chihuahua]

Stewart, Joe D., Jane H. Kelley, Arthur C. MacWilliams, and Paula J. Reimer
2004
Archaeological chronology in west-central Chihuahua. En Surveying the Archaeology of Northwest Mexico, Gillian Newell y Emiliano Gallaga eds., pp. 205–246. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. [Cronología de la zona sur de la cultura Casas Grandes, en base a múltiples fechas de radiocarbón] [Chronology of the southern portion of the Casas Grandes culture, based on multiple radiocarbon dates]

2005 The Viejo period in northwestern Mexico: recent excavations and radiocarbon dating. Latin American Antiquity 16:169–192.

Stuhr, Joanne
2002
Pájaros hablando, serpientes emplumadas y mujeres pintadas. En Talking Birds, Plumed Serpents, and Painted Women: The Ceramics of Casas Grandes. Pájaros Hablando, Serpientes Emplumadas y Mujeres Pintadas: La Cerámica de Casas Grandes, Joanne Stuhr ed., pp. 23–34. Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson.

2002 Talking birds, plumed serpents and painted women. En Talking Birds, Plumed Serpents, and Painted Women: The Ceramics of Casas Grandes. Pájaros Hablando, Serpientes Emplumadas y Mujeres Pintadas: La Cerámica de Casas Grandes, Joanne Stuhr ed., pp. 7–22. Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson.

Stuhr, Joanne (editora)
2002
Talking Birds, Plumed Serpents, and Painted Women: The Ceramics of Casas Grandes. Pajaros Hablando, Serpientes Emplumadas y Mujeres Pintadas: La Cerámica de Casas Grandes. Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson.

Swanson, Steven John
1997
Atalayas of Paquimé: A GIS Analysis of Prehistoric Communication Features. Tesis maestría, University of Oklahoma, Norman.

2003 Documenting prehistoric communication networks: a case study in the Paquimé polity. American Antiquity 68:753–767.

Szarka, Heather J.
2006
Exotica and Ritual Power at Casas Grandes and La Tinaja: Two Contemporary Sites in Northwest Chihuahua. Tesis de maestría, Department of Anthropology, University of Oklahoma, Norman.


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