The Classic Southwest: Readings in Archaeology, Ethnohistory, and Ethnology

Synopsis

Likethe editors' previous volume, The North Mexican Frontier, this volume isintended as a source book for specialistsand students of archaeology, ethnology,cultural geography, and history. Severalof the readings, more general in nature,will prove fascinating for the general reader with a particular interest in the American Indian and the Southwest.

Readings chosen are those that first introduced a new concept, presented a still-significant body of data or a durable thesis, or developed off-beat ideas which have never been fully explored. Represented is a varied group of pio neering writing of T. Mitchell Prudden, William Duncan Strong, A. V. Kidder, J. Walter Fewkes, Aldolph F. Bandelier, Mody C. Boatright, Charles F. Lummis, Donald D. Brand, and William P. Blake.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • A. V. Kidder
  • Mody C. Boatright
  • Charles F. Lummis
  • Adolph F. Bandelier
  • J. Walter Fewkes
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Carbondale, IL
Publication year:
  • 1973

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