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Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians

Dennis Cassinelli

Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians

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Published by Jack Bacon & Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History / Americas

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    ContributionsAuthor (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11473672M
    ISBN 100930083261
    ISBN 109780930083267
    OCLC/WorldCa71355919

    12,, B.C. Sites have been found indicating Paleo-Indian habitation within the Great were small hunting groups following the mammoth, bison, camel and horse herds. 9, B.C - A.D. Implements found in this area from this "Great Basin Desert Archaic Period" include milling stones. 3, B.C. The lives of the oldest bristlecone pine trees in the Great Basin National Park began.


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Due to tremendous popularity, Dennis Cassinelli’s book, Gathering Traces of the Great Basin Indians, completely sold out. Now, Cassinelli delivers a wholly revised and updated second edition featuring clear, digital-quality photographs, a brand-new chapter examining year-old Spirit Cave Man mummy and a fictional story titled Making Arrows.

There is also a section in the book devoted to the Lovelock Cave, where much of the knowledge we have about the Great Basin Indians was discovered. “Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians” contains copies of the Nevada State laws relating to artifact collecting and also the federal Archaeological Resources Protection Act of Cassinelli's curiosity about the Great Basin Indians is contagious, and his book is fun to read.

--Abigail C. Johnson, CARSON Magazine About the Author. Dennis Cassinelli, longtime ranch worker, contractor and engineer, is the author of two books about early Great Basin inhabitants. Raised in Sparks, Nevada, Cassinelli developed an interest in /5(3). Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians contains copies of federal and Nevada State laws relating to artifact collecting and the Archaeological Resources Protection Act of There is an interesting fold-out chronology chart in the back of the book that shows on a time scale what types of projectile points have been used in the Great.

Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians Due to tremendous popularity, Dennis Cassinelli’s book, Gathering Traces of the Great Basin Indians, completely sold out. Now, Cassinelli delivers a wholly revised and updated second edition featuring clear, digital-quality photographs, a brand-new chapter examining year-old Spirit Cave Man mummy and a fictional story titled.

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The book is recognized by many collectors as the “Bible” for identifying and dating many Indian artifacts found in the Great Basin. Preserving Traces also contains information about year old Spirit Cave Man remains that were found east of Fallon in   My second attempt at serious writing was when I self published “Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians” in An earlier edition had completely sold out, so I improved all the Author: DENNIS CASSINELLI.

The book is recognized by many collectors as the “Bible” for identifying and dating many Indian artifacts found in the Great Basin. “Preserving Traces” also contains information about year-old Spirit Cave Man remains that were found east of Fallon in Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

This new and revised second edition to Cassinelli s groundbreaking book, Gathering Traces of the Great Basin Indians, features stunning digital photographs of the Cassinelli-Perino Artifact Collection, a new chapter discussing year-old Spirit Cave Man mummy found near Grimes Point, Nevada, and a hilarious, never-before-released short story titled Making Range: $65 - $ I want to thank all my readers who recently bought my book, "Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians." These have been offered at $ 10 each and I will pay the postage.

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In this episode of Chronicles of the Comstock, we focus on the Cassinelli-Perino Artifact Collection. In the early s, Northern Nevada author and historian Dennis Cassinelli inherited a collection of Great Basin Indian artifacts from his aunt, Clare Perino.

By using a projectile-point identification system developed by David Hurst Thomas called the Thomas Key, Cassinelli was able to type. Nevada author Dennis Cassinelli is an avid outdoorsman, history buff and archaeology enthusiast. He has spent much of his life exploring and researching the Great Basin.

His previous books include "Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians" and, most recently, "Chronicles of the Comstock." He lives in Dayton, Nevada.

I want to thank all my readers who recently bought my book, Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians. These have been offered at $ each and I will pay the postage. The book is devoted to enabling people interested in American Indian artifacts to identify and date the many types of projectile points, beads, knives, pendants, scrapers.

An updated second edition appeared in with the new title “Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians.” Both of Cassinelli’s books will be available for purchase and for signing at the. The first major book on Hans Meyer-Kassel, published by Jack Bacon & Company in association with the Nevada Museum of Art, accompanies the exhibition.

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Elizatsa. Dennis cassinelli, avid outdoorsman, history buff and archaeology enthusiast, is the author of four books about the Great Basin region. Raised in Sparks, Nevada, Cassinelli developed an interest in Indian artifacts as a young boy working on his family's ranch.

In the early s, he painstakingly identified hundreds of projectile points to create the Cassinelli-Perino Artifact Collection, now. Great Basin Indian, member of any of the indigenous North American peoples inhabiting the traditional culture area comprising almost all of the present-day states of Utah and Nevada as well as substantial portions of Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado and smaller portions of Arizona, Montana, and California.

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Within Great Basin National Park, a representive piece of this massive region, stories of people and of places abound. Humans have left their mark, from the Fremont Indians, to the first explorer of Lehman Caves, Absalom Lehman, to the mining camps that once dotted the South Snake Range.

I have written extensively about Lovelock Cave in my books, Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians, Legends of Spirit Cave and Uncovering Archaeology. This article is by Dayton Author and Historian, Dennis Cassinelli, who can be contacted on his blog at Historic Tribes of the Great Basin The tribal peoples now living in the Great Basin are descendents of the people who have been in the region for several hundred to several thousand years.

When early explorers first entered the Great Basin, they encountered many different groups. The Indigenous Peoples of the Great Basin are Native Americans of the northern Great Basin, Snake River Plain, and upper Colorado River basin.

The "Great Basin" is a cultural classification of indigenous peoples of the Americas and a cultural region located between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada, in what is now Nevada, and parts of Oregon, California, Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah.

Great Basin Indians - Religion, Ceremonies and Beliefs The Religion, Ceremonies and Beliefs were based on Animism. Animism was a commonly shared doctrine, or belief, of the indigenous people of North America and Canada including the Great Basin Indian tribes.

No one knows how much valuable archaeological material had been removed from the cave by weekend collectors between and I have written extensively about Lovelock Cave in my books, Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians, Legends of.

The Native American inhabitants of North America’s Great Basin have a long, eventful history and rich cultures. Great Basin Indians: An Encyclopedic History covers all aspects of their world.

The book is organized in an encyclopedic format to allow full discussion of many diverse topics, including geography, religion, significant individuals Cited by: 1. Paiute Native Americans of the Great Basin Desert. Paiute (Numa) people occupy the vast area of the Great Basin Desert regions of Nevada, California, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona and Utah.

The three cultural divisions of Northern Paiute, Owens Valley Paiute and Southern Paiute were further subdivided into smaller geographic groups. Wildfires in the Great Basin are a subject of debate again as approximately million Federal and non-Federal acres in the Great Basin burned during the fire season.

Over the last 17 years, nearly million Federal and non-Federal acres have burned in the Great Basin. 1 The area where Native Americans settled east of the Northwest Coast Area and west of the Plains is considered the cultural area of the Plateau and Great Basin.

The Plateau section had more water available. The Great Basin portion had huge stretches of barren desert. All in all, it was a tough environment in which to settle.

GREAT BASIN INDIANS Great Basin Culture Area. The Great Basin is a geographical classification of indigenous peoples of the United States who lived in a cultural region between and including the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.

The tribal peoples now living in the Great Basin are descendents of the people who have been in the region for several hundred to several thousand. This is part of the Smithsonian Institution’s Handbook of North American Indians series, the ultimate resource for Native American history across various regions of North America.

The set is intended to give an encyclopedic summary of what is know about the prehistory, history, and cultures of the aboriginal peoples of North America north of the urban civilizations of central 3/5(1). MUSIC OF THE AMERICAN INDIANS GREAT BASIN: PAIUTE, WASHO, UTE, BANNOCK, SHOSHONE From the Archive of Folk Culture Recorded and Edited by Willard Rhodes.

First issued on long-playing record in Accompanying booklet published Library of Congress Catalog Card Number. Illustrated kids' book on the Native American tribes of the Great Basin.

Indians of the Plateau and Great Basin: Another good book on Great Basin tribes for kids, with lots of pictures. Indian Basket-Makers of California and the Great Basin: Book on the basketry art of Great Basin Indians.

Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Great Basin. The Great Basin was the last part of the United States to be explored and settled by the European-Americans. When the European-American invasion began in the nineteenth century, the invaders found.The Great Basin is a geographical term for an immense desert basin in the western part of North America.

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The Great Basin Culture Area, where Indians shared a.