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Puebloan Ruins of the Southwest
Puebloan Ruins of the Southwest
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Puebloan Ruins of the Southwest

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This dense volume is your guide to the many settlements of the Ancestral Puebloans (known as Anasazi for many years). This culture thrived on the Colorado Plateau by constructing fortified cities of stone that make up some of the most impressive historic sites in the Southwest like Chaco Culture National Historical Park and Mesa Verde National Park.

Authors Rohn and Ferguson offer a glimpse into the culture, lifeways, and historical record of the Puebloans, and overview over 40 individual historical sites across the four-corners region. This in-depth book is a primer on the archaeological understanding of this civilization, and is a fantastic read for those interested in the accomplishments and legacy of this group. 

319 pages, softcover. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. 2006 

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