Studies in Prehistory of the Forestdale Region, Arizona
Author: C. Russell Stafford and Glen E Rice editors
Publisher: Arizona State University Press
xvii 503 pages with tables (some folding), maps (some folding), charts (some folding) figures and illustrations. Quarto (10 3/4" x 8 1/2") bound in original publisher's wrappers. Arizona State, Department of Anthropology, Anthropological Field Studies number 1. First edition.
This report represents the results of investigations conducted primarily between June and September 1978 in drainages of Cordoroy Creek, Dry Valley and Forestdale Creek in east central Arizona. This work was designed to realize the significance of the prehistoric cultural resources which were to suffer direct impacts from the construction of the new highway through Corduroy Creek. The project included excavation of six sites, surface collection and minor testing at ten sites, and photographic/cartographic documentation of petroglyphs at one site.
Condition: Light wear to extremities, previous owner's stamp on front end paper, corners bumped else very good.
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