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    • 1904, Nov 23

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    • Wed. Nov. 23, 1904: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clear, Left S.L. City for Kansas City, Mo. via. D & R.G. R.R. 3-15 pm Thistle Junction to Redcliff 62) Thursday 24: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear Thin clds. We crossed the Tennessee Pass early this morning....
    • 1904, memoranda 5

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    • Memoranda: Provo, Utah. 4,517 feet above sea level Distance from Denver 672 miles. from S.L. City 44 “ Soldier Summit Highest Rail Road in the Wasatch Range. Elevation 7,465 feet. distance from Denver 627 miles. Mount of the Holy Cross Elevation...
    • 1906, Jun 7 1906

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    • Names and addresses: Newton Kansas 12-15 pm 5-45 pm Dodge City, Kansas time changes- 7th La Junita, Col. 3-55- 4-25 am Pueblo, Colorado. 6-10 am- 12-40- hanging bridge Royal Jorge 2-25- Solida 4-05 4-10 Malta 6-10. Tennise Pass -35- 6-50 8th...
    • 1906, train travel log

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    • Train Travel Log: Time lost waiting for trains h. m. El Reno- 5-35 Okla City- 6-05 Newton Kan. 5-30 Pueblo. Col. 6-30 Grand Junction 3-30 27-10 Time spent traveling including short stops at depots 45 f. 45 m 27-10 72-10 add 1 h for...
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    • 3 Approximately 1500 B.C., maize cultivation began to spread rapidly and widely. Matsuoka et al., (2002) proposed that maize domestication spread from the Balsas Basin of southwestern Mexico into northern Mexico, then into the southwestern United...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 3 Abstract Western science and Native Americans utilize different concepts in order to classify ancient groups of people. One of the epistemological divides between Western science and Native Americans is the continued use...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 15 The consensus that can be derived from the data is that the San Juan Paiute occupation of the area southeast of the San Juan…far predates that of the Navajo and that the latter migrated to that territory after the 1867...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 32 chosen name means now, and what message removing (or keeping) the name sends (p. 51). If these factors together, point strongly in favor of renaming, and if the moral sense of the community is strongly in favor of...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 49 relations to a sociocultural and linguistic heritage” (Stoffle & Zedeno, 2001 p. 229). Building on Stoffle’s research and in support of Native American people’s ethnogenesis (origin) stories, Van Vlack, Stoffle,...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 83 States Attorneys. Retrieved from: http://www.justice.gov/usao/briefing_room/ic/artifacts.html Bailey, G. & Peoples, J. (2011). Essentials of Cultural Anthropology, 2nd Ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage...

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