Anasazi Trails

Hecht, Robert A.
May 1987
Archaeology;May/Jun87, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p22
Discusses the contemporary archaeology of the Anasazi culture in North America. Meaning of the word Anasazi; Art of pottery-making; Connection of antiquity with modern pueblo descendants; Role of the U.S. Army in the discovery and exploration of the Anasazi; Stratigraphy and analysis of the cultural material.


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