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Anthropological Papers #39: The Glen Canyon Archeological Survey, Part I

Authors: Fowler, Don D. (1936-); Gunnerson, James H. (1922-2009); Jennings, Jesse D. (1909-1997); Lister, Robert H. (1915-1990); Suhm, Dee Ann (1931-2010); and Weller, Ted Publisher: University of Utah Press Pub Date: 1959 Binding: Paperback (paper tape) Condition: 2 copies.  Copy 1 (FL): Fair.  Paper tape binding still tight, but a couple of tears at head…

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Contributions to Mesa Verde Archaeology: II – Site 875, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado

Author: Lister, Robert H.  (1915-1990) Publisher: University of Colorado Press Pub Date: 1965 Binding: Paperback Condition: 5 copies.  Copy 1 (DU):  Fair.  Ex-library.  Binding tight.  No tears, folds.  Library sticker on spine, extending on to front cover.  Tape residue left over from covering library sticker.  Library pencil marking on title page.  Library stamp on upper…

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Archeological Investigations at the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission’s Nevada Test Site and Nuclear Rocket Development Station

Author: Worman, Frederick C.V. (1910-1971) Publisher: Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory of the University of California Pub Date: 1969 Binding: Paperback Condition: 2 copies.  Copy 1 (LC): Fair. Spine wearing at top and bottom, flaking. Bumping to corners, lower rear cover at spine. Previous owner’s name in ink on top front cover corner.  Lower front cover…

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The Madrid Codex: New Approaches to Understanding an Ancient Maya Manuscript

Editors: Vail, Gabrielle and Aveni, Anthony (1938-) Publisher: University Press of Colorado Pub Date: 2004 (First edition) Binding: Hardcover Condition: Book: Good.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears, bends or folds.  Gilt on spine still sharp, easily readable.  Appears unused.  Dust Jacket: Very light edge wear. Notes: The Madrid Codex is the longest of the surviving…

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Pueblo Pottery of the New Mexico Indians: Ever Constant, Ever Changing

Author: Toulouse, Betty Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Press Pub Date: 1977 Binding: Paperback Condition: 3 copies.  Copy 1 (DU): Fair to Good.  Binding tight.  No tears, bends or folds.  Some spotting to cover (rubbing against another book?).  Light edge and corner wear.  5th printing.  Copy 2:  Fair.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears, bends or…

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Ancient Technology to Modern Science

Editor: Kingery, W.D.  (William David) (1926-2000) Publisher: American Ceramic Society Pub Date: 1985 (First edition) Binding: Hardcover Condition: Book: Good.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears, bends or folds.  Bumping to all 4 corners.  Dust Jacket: Fair.  Numerous chips.  One approx. 1″ triangular closed tear to upper front edge.  One triangular chip, approx. 1″ long by…

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In Search of Chaco: New Approaches to an Archaeological Enigma

Editor: Noble, David Grant Publisher: School of American Research Press Pub Date: 2004 Binding: Paperback Condition: 2 copies.  Copy 1: Good.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears, folds.  One approx. 1/4″ crease to lower front cover corner.  Light edge and corner wear.  Appears unused.  Copy 2 (FL): Good.  No marks, tears.  Upper front cover corner has…

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Historic Hopi Ceramics: The Thomas V. Keam Collection of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University

Authors: Wade, Edwin L. and McChesney, Lea S. Publisher: Peabody Museum Press Pub Date: 1981 Binding: Paperback Condition:  Fair.  Ex-library, with a number of library markings.  Library bookplate, pen markings and “Withdrawn” stamp on inside front cover.  Library blindstamp on title page.  Library checkout card pocket on inside rear cover.  Label on foot of spine. …

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Summary Report: Cultural Resources Management, Cortez CO2 Project, 1977-1986

Author: Quick, Polly McW. Publisher: Woodward-Clyde Consultants Pub Date: 1986 Binding: Paperback (comb binding, clear plastic cover) Condition: Good.  Comb binding tight, no missing or broken teeth.  No marks, tears, bends or folds.  Light edge and corner wear. Notes: The Cortez CO2 project involved well-field development and pipeline construction in Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. …

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Statement of Significance, Study of Alternatives: Mimbres Culture New Mexico

Author: National Park Service Publisher: National Park Service Pub Date: 1989 Binding: Paperback Condition: Fair.  Binding tight.  No marks.  Head of spine chipped, signatures partially exposed.  Lower front cover corner has several bends.  Corner and edge wear.  Scuffing to upper front cover edge.  Rear cover has approx. 6″ bend from side to bottom.  Scuffing to…

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Class II Survey and Testing of Cultural Resources at the Melrose Air Force Range, Curry and Roosevelt Counties, New Mexico

Authors: Lintz, Christopher; Kramer, Karen; Earls, Amy C.; Trierweiler, W. Nicholas; Del Bene, Terry; Acklen, John C.; Nials, Fred; and Bertram, Jack B. Publisher: Mariah Associates, for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pub Date: 1988 Binding: Paperback Condition:  Good.  Binding tight.  No tears, bends.  Previous owner’s name in ink on ffep.  Front cover has…

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Archaeological Test Excavations at the Blanca Wildlife Refuge in the San Luis Valley, Colorado

Author: Jones, Kevin T. (Kevin Thomas) Publisher: Laboratory of Public Archaeology, Colorado State University Pub Date: 1977 Binding: Paperback (post & stick) Condition: Fair to Good.  Binding tight.  No tears, bends or folds.  Previous owner’s name in ink on upper front cover corner.  One small mark (water?) to bottom of text block.  Lower edge of…

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An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Parker Road Expansion between State Highway 88 and Franktown

Authors: Miller, Mark and Fiero, Kathleen Wasson Publisher: Colorado Department of Highways Pub Date: 1977 Binding: Paperback (comb binding) Condition: Good.  Comb binding tight, no missing or broken teeth.  No marks, tears, bends or folds.  Light edge and corner wear.  Some wear to covers where they meet the comb teeth.  Some smudging to both front…

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The Towers of Hovenweep

Author: Thompson, Ian (1940-1998) Publisher: Canyonlands Natural History Association Pub Date: 2004 Binding: Paperback Condition: Good.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears, bends or folds.  Light corner and edge wear. Notes: A tourist-style book, lots of color photos, not too simplistic, not too hard to understand.  Hovenweep became a National Monument in 1923.

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The Archeology and Stabilization of the Dominguez and Escalante Ruins

Authors: Reed, A.D. (Alan D.); Hallasi, J.A. (Judith Ann)(1950-); White, A.S. (Adrian S.); and Breternitz, D.A. (David A.) (1929-2012) Publisher: Bureau of Land Management Pub Date: 1979 Binding: Paperback Condition: Fair to Good.  Binding tight.  No bends or folds.  “Col” written in marker at head of spine, another mark at foot of spine (not pen).  …

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Clanton Draw & Box Canyon: An Interim Report on Two Prehistoric Sites in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, and Related Surveys

Author: McCluney, Eugene B.  (1928-) Publisher: School of American Research (SAR) Pub Date: 1962 Binding: Paperback Condition: Fair to Good.  Stapled binding tight.  No tears, bends or folds.  Previous owner’s signature on title page.  Edge and corner wear.  Sunning to spine and cover edges at spine. Notes: Monograph No. 26, The Second Hidalgo Project of…

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Historical Atlas of New Mexico

Authors: Beck, Warren A. and Haase, Ynez D. Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press Pub Date: 1969 (6th printing) Binding: Paperback Condition: Good.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears, bends or folds.  Very light usage. Notes: Just a wealth of information–climate, political boundaries, forts, trails, expeditions, land grants, Spanish and Mexican history, much more.  Really an excellent…

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The Great Kivas of Chaco Canyon and Their Relationships

Authors: Vivian, Gordon (1908-1966)  and Reiter, Paul (1909-1953) Publisher: University of New Mexico Press Pub Date: 1975 (Fourth printing) Binding: Paperback Condition: Fair.  Binding tight.  No marks, tears.  Spine cocked.  Corner, edge and spine wear.  Small chips to spine head and foot.  Smudging to bottom of text block. Notes:  Nineteen kivas excavated–seven in Chaco Canyon,…

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