San Francisco - CA. 100-1400

Though listed as part of the Glenwood Series, San Francisco Red is considered a diagnostic type for the Mogollon, as it persists throughout the life of the culture. The primary differences over time were in the forms. Earlier vessels were hemispherical bowls and narrow-necked jars with straight rims. Flaring rims occur during the middle of the period. Later in Mogollon history, neck filleting and lug handles suggest the influence of Tularosa types.

Characteristics

Paste: Gray to brown
Temper: White angular particles
Surface: Exteriors generally polished, surface is often dimpled. Interiors are usually slipped.
Forms: Globular jars with straight or flaring necks, seed jars occur rarely in later periods.
Design: Undecorated. Some vessels have filleted rims, and here will be considered a "Tularosa variety".


JAR

3-3/4" high
San Francisco Red 
Starkweather Ruin
LMA 22405


SCOOP

4-1/4" diameter
San Francisco Red 
Starkweather Ruin
LMA 22415


SEED JAR

4" diameter
San Francisco Red 
Starkweather Ruin
LMA 22271


LUGGED JAR

3-3/4" high
San Francisco Red 
Starkweather Ruin
LMA 22407


JAR

2-1/4" high
San Francisco Red 
Hudson Ruin
LMA 22204


JAR

3" high
San Francisco Red 
Hudson Ruin
LMA 22207


JAR

4-3/4" high
San Francisco Red 
Hudson Ruin
LMA 22205


JAR

3-1/4" high
San Francisco Red 
Starkweather Ruin
LMA 22417