An Overview of the Cultural Heritage of the Tonto National Forest
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Authors: Effland, Jr., Richard W. and Macnider, Barbara S.
Publisher: Archaeological Consulting Services
Pub Date: 1991
Binding: Paperback (comb binding)
Condition: Good to Very Good. Comb binding tight, no missing or broken teeth. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Very light edge and corner wear. Appears unused.
Notes: Cultural Resources Report No. 49. “This document reviews previous research and culture history development and provides area-specific overviews of five regions of the Forest: Globe-Superstition Mountains, Tonto Basin, Pleasant Valley, Lower Verde, Payson-Pine, and Thumb…Subsistence, the means by which people obtained food and other basic necessities in order to survive, is the primary theme that is developed for each time period.” (From the Preface) RARE. No copies available for sale.
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