A Summary Prehistory and History of the Sierra Pinacate, Sonora (Pamphlet)
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Author: Hayden, Julian D. (1911-1998)
Publisher: American Antiquity (offprint)
Pub Date: 1967
Binding: Paperback (pamphlet)
Condition: Fair to Good. Stapled binding tight. Previous owner’s stamp on upper front cover corner. Spine foot has approx. 1/4″ tear.
Notes: Pamphlet. Reprinted from American Antiquity, Volume 32, No. 3, July, 1967. The Sierra Pinacate is an approx. 600 square mile area in the desert of far northwestern Sonora, Mexico. As a geologic and ecologic enclave it was home to the Amargosans, who spoke an ancestral Piman language, and the present range of Piman speakers, from the Gila River to the Rio Santiago in Jalisco, Mexico, represents the entire range of the Amargosans. This is a precursor volume to Hayden’s later work Of Hohokam Origins and Other Matters (see https://joethebookguy.com/shop/archaeology/of-hohokam-origins-and-other-matters-pamphlet/ ). RARE. No copies available for sale.
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