Ordinary, yet Distinct (ASW 29-1) (PDF)

Issue editor: Lewis Borck and J. Michael Bremer

The heartland of the Gallina region includes some of the least known and most rugged backcountry in northern New Mexico. From the early 1100s to the late 1200s, this forbidding landscape was home to a population of Ancestral Pueblo people. Although these inhabitants left dense and obvious evidence of settlement, archaeologists are still—even after almost a century of research—trying to understand the origin and demise of those populations, as well as changes that occurred over the nearly 200 years they lived in the region. Fortunately, there has been a revival of interest in the area since the 1980s, including a recent surge in research addressing many of the topics discussed in this issue.

28 pages.

$5.00

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In this issue:

Ordinary, yet Distinct: The Allure of Gallina — J. Michael Bremer

In Brief: Who or What Is Gallina? — Lewis Borck

Visualization: Upper San Juan Traditions — Lewis Borck, Erik Simpson, J. Michael Bremer, and Catherine Gilman

An Introduction to Gallina Archaeology — Lewis Borck and J. Michael Bremer

In Brief: Migration Routes and Violence — Lewis Borck

Gallina’s Enigmatic Towers — Adam Byrd

How Far Would You Go? Resource Selection in Dangerous Times — Connie Constan

What They Made and Used: Initial Clues to Gallina Identity — Jacqueline Marie Kocer

Household Activities in a Gallina Settlement — Paula A. Massouh

New Insights on Settlement and Mobility in the Gallina Heartland — Ronald H. Towner, Galen L. McCloskey, Benjamin A. Bellorado, and Rebecca R. Renteria

In Brief: Herbert Dick’s Gallina Collection — Denver Burns

Origins of Gallina Identity — Erik Simpson

In Brief: The Rosa Roots of Gallina Farming — Benjamin A. Bellorado

Gallina as a Social Movement — Lewis Borck

Appraising the Gallina-to-Jemez Migration Model — Michael L. Elliott

Preservation Spotlight: Gallina Country — J. Michael Bremer

Back Sight — William H. Doelle

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