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  • Archaeological Values and Resource Management 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2009)
    In what follows, I begin with a general discussion of archaeological resource value and the role of authenticity. Next is a brief section on the contexts in which archaeological resource values are formed and accessed. In ...
  • The Archeology of Ecology: Taking the Long View 

    Lipe, William D. (Federal Archeology, 1995)
    William Lipe writes: "Like other archeologists of my generation (I completed my Ph.D in 1966), I received my basic training at a time when ecologically oriented archeology was just becoming respectable. The "conjunctive ...
  • The Basketmaker II Period in the Four Corners Area. 

    Lipe, William D. (United States. Bureau of Land Management, 1993)
    The Basketmaker II period is important. The archaeological remains of this period document the emergence of the Anasazi cultural tradition and a consolidation of the dependence on farming that shaped the tradition from ...
  • Comments on Session I: Archeological Foundations 

    Lipe, William D. (Mesa Verde Museum Association, Mesa Verde, CO, 2008)
    Here William D. Lipe provides remarks on the occasion of Mesa Verde National Park's centennial and the century or more of research in the park and surrounding areas. He comments on the 1906 Antiquities Act and the act ...
  • A Conservation Model for Archaeology. 

    Lipe, William D. (Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2005)
  • Conserving the in Situ Archaeological Record 

    Lipe, William D. (Getty Conservation Institute, 2000)
    In the 20th century, archaeologists made great strides in learning to understand the material record of past human life. Concurrently, destruction of the archaeological record increased as population growth, economic ...
  • A Conversation with Bill Lipe (interview format) 

    Lipe, William D.; Matson, R. G.; Kohler, Timothy A. (Washington State University Press, 2006)
    On April 7, 2006, at Washington State University, Tim Kohler and R. G. Matson interviewed Bill Lipe about the book Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe's Contributions to Southwestern Prehistory and Public Archaeology. ...
  • Don Fowler and the Glen Canyon Project: Formative Experiences 

    Lipe, William D. (University of Utah Press, 2014)
    In this book chapter, William Lipe reflects on the work of Don D. Fowler and his role in archaeological excavations at Glen Canyon, Utah.
  • Evaluations of Models with Dolores Area Data. Modeling Dolores Area Cultural Dynamics. 

    Lipe, William D.; Kane, Allen E. (Engineering and Research Center (U.S.), 1986)
    Two chapters are included here. In the first chapter, results regarding the contrastive expectations for the 2 models are evaluated and some tentative conclusions are reached. Some suggestions are also made regarding further ...
  • Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government 

    Lipe, William D. (United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources, 1998)
    Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government.
  • History of Investigations 

    Lipe, William D.; Kuckelman, Kristin A. (Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 2007)
    The research at Sand Canyon Pueblo (Site 5MT765) was a major component of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's Sand Canyon Archaeological Project. This project also included intensive excavations at a small site (Green ...
  • In Defense of Digging: Archeological Preservation as a Means, Not an End. 

    Lipe, William D. (United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources, 1996)
    The passage of the Antiquities Act was a critical early victory in the battle to save archeological sites in the U.S. from wasteful destruction, because it established a national policy to protect and regulate the use of ...
  • Managing Archaeological Resources for the Future: A Monumental Task. 

    Lipe, William D. (Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2001)
    The 2000 Census showed that Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah ranked first through fourth, respectively, among the 50 states in percentage of population increase since 1990; New Mexico was twelfth. In the twenty-first ...
  • The Mesa Verde Region During Chaco Times 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2006)
    Although the communities of the Mesa Verde region were largely self-sufficient economically, they were never isolated from events taking place elsewhere in the Southwest. This was especially true in the Pueblo II period, ...
  • The Mesa Verde Region: Chaco's Northern Neighbor 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2004)
    In public perceptions of Southwestern archaeology, two images compete for attention-Pueblo Bonito, its massive masonry walls rising above the floor. of Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, and Cliff Palace, its many rooms clustered ...
  • Method and Technique: Prehistory. Modeling Wood Resource Depletion in the Grass Mesa Locality. Temporal and Functional Variability Among Dolores Activity Areas. An Approach to Modeling Dolores Area Cultural Change, A.D. 650-950. 

    Lipe, William D.; Kohler, Timothy A.; Floyd, M.E.; Bye, R.A.; Breternitz, Cory D. (Engineering and Research Center (U.S.), 1984)
    Abstract of "Dolores Archaeological Program: Synthetic Report 1978-1981":The Dolores Project is a large water project currently under construction by the Bureau of Reclamation in extreme southwestern Colorado. The Dolores ...
  • New Insights from Old Collections: Cedar Mesa, Utah, Revisited 

    Lipe, William D.; Matson, R. G.; Kemp, Brian M. (Southwestern Lore, 2011)
    Basketmaker II period collections mode in the 1970s during tbe Cedar Mesa Project are being re-examined with new questions and in some cases with new analytical techniques. Included are DNA analyses of human and turkey ...
  • No bones about it: aDNA sequencing of dietary remains from human paleofeces. 

    Battillo, Jenna Marie.; Lupo, Karen.; Mata-Miguez, Jaime.; Bolnick, Deborah Ann.; Lipe, William D.; Matson, R. G. (International Council for Archaeozoology, 2014)
    The Basketmaker II (BMII) period remains from Turkey Pen Ruin, Utah (ca. 100BC – AD 500) show strong evidence for early, autochthonous turkey domestication in the Southwestern United States. However, isotopic research on ...
  • Notes from the North 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2006)
    As I understand it, my role in the Chaco capstone effort is to serve as a "synthetic scholar" (presumably as opposed to the authentic ones who really know something about Chaco) who can comment on the Chaco phenomenon from ...
  • Occasional Papers of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center No. 1: The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos 

    Lipe, William D.; Hegmon, Michelle (Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 1989)
    Included here are three chapters authored or co-authored by William D. Lipe as part of the Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos. The introduction to this volume notes: “For over 100 years, archaeologists ...