Archaeological Reconnaissance of Monument Valley in Northeastern Arizona
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Authors: Neely, James A. and Olson, Alan P. (1926-1978)
Publisher: Museum of Northern Arizona
Pub Date: 1977
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears. Upper front cover corner has slight bend (approx. 1/”). There’s also some kind of smudging/staining to that corner and text block as well. Dirt? Some smudging to front cover near recto edge. Lower rear cover corner has approx. 1/4″ fold.
Notes: Museum of Northern Arizona Research Paper 3, Anthropology Research Report 3. Perhaps the most recognizable landscape in the West, after the Grand Canyon. “An intensive survey was designed to ascertain the location, extent, and nature of the aboriginal ruins, determine the degree of natural deterioration and vandalism present, and serve as a basis for planning a future program of excavation and stabilization in the area.” (From the Introduction). RARE
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