Chapters in the Prehistory of Eastern Arizona, III
2 in stock
Author: Martin, Paul S. (1928-2010); Longacre, William A. (1937-2015); and Hill, James N. (1934-1997)
Publisher: Field Museum of Natural History
Pub Date: 1967
Condition: 2 copies. Copy 1 (BRU): Fair. Binding tight. No tears. Upper front cover corner has approx. 1″ bend which extends through entire text. Lower front cover corner has approx. 1″ bend which extends through first 30 pages of text. Spine and front and rear spine edges and upper front cover edge sun-faded–the first two volumes of this series were a forest green cover, this volume is a pale blue/gray. Free front end paper has approx. 2″ fold at upper corner, and there’s a 6-7″ fold at the lower corner. Some pencil markings. Copy 2 (LC): Fair. No tears, folds. Previous owner’s name on upper front cover corner. Lower front cover corner bowing. Spine worn, faded, partial title hand-written on spine. Spine and front cover at spine edge sun-faded. Some pencil markings. Includes ephemera.
Notes: Fieldiana: Anthropology Volume 57, Publication 1027. Copy 2 from the library of the late archaeologist John Rinaldo, who was co-author on the first two volumes of this series, his name on cover. This volume deals with a site named Broken K Pueblo. This volume VERY RARE.
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