essay

Tradition Summary: Mogollon

Human Relations Area FilesNew Haven, Conn. • Published In 2011 • Pages:

By: Reid, J. Jefferson, Lekson, Stephen H..

Abstract
This is a summary of the Mogollon Tradition. Information is presented on major aspects of the Early and Late Mogollon archaeological tradition.
Subjects
Identification
Culture summary
tradition
Mogollon
HRAF PubDate
2011
Region
North America
Sub Region
Southwest and Basin
Document Type
essay
Evaluation
Archaeologist-4
Analyst
Sarah Berry; 2010
Coverage Date
2000-600 BP
Coverage Place
Maximum range is defined by the Little Colorado River, Arizona, on the north; the Verde River, Arizona, on the west; the Pecos River, New Mexico, on the east; and an undefined extension south into Chihuahua, Mexico.
Notes
J. Jefferson Reid and Stephen Lekson
The major tradition summary was adapted by Reid and Lekson from "Early Mogollon" by Stephen Lekson and from "Late Mogollon" by J. Jefferson Reid from the Encyclopedia of Prehistory, Volume 6, Peter N. Peregrine and Melvin Ember, eds. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 2001. We thank Peter N. Peregrine for bibliographic suggestions. Sarah Berry wrote the collection overview in 2010. The indexing notes were written by Sarah Berry in 2010.
Includes bibliographical references.
LCSH
Mogollon culture