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Introduction to the Study of Southwestern Archaeology
Alfred Vincent Kidder (au); Douglas W. Schwartz (in); James W. Bradley (pf)
In this classic work in the field of New World archaeology, Alfred Vincent Kidder (1885-1963), the dean of American archaeologists, presents the first regional synthesis & an unsurpassed summary of Pueblo archaeology. He provides an excellent guide to the Southwest’s historic & prehistoric sites at the time as well as an early account of the pioneering excavation at Pecos Pueblo. A new essay by Douglas W. Schwartz examines the history of Pecos & the enduring significance of Kidder’s work. Illustrations.
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