A Report on the Excavation of a Small Ruin Near Point of Pines, East Central Arizona
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
150+[1 ad] pages with plates, charts, diagrams, maps, fold out site plan at back and bibliography. Octavo (0" x 6") bound in original wrappers. Foreword by Emil W Haury. Inscribed by Fred Wendorf. University of Arizona Bulletin, Social Science Bulletin number 19. First edition.
This is the first fruits of the research program undertaken by the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School at Point of Pines, east-central Arizona, embodies a report on the first unit completed under this project, a small pueblo known as Arizona W:10:51.
Fred Wendorf is Henderson-Morrison Professor emeritus of Anthropology at Southern Methodist University. He received his Ph.D. in 1953 from Harvard University, and founded the anthropology department at SMU along with founding the Fort Burgwin Research Center in Taos, New Mexico
Inscribed by author on title. Inscription owner's name to front wrapper, light edge wear else a very good copy.
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