Cowboys & Cave Dwellers: Basketmaker Archaeology in Utah’s Grand Gulch
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Authors: Blackburn, Fred M. and Williamson, Ray A.
Publisher: School of American Research (SAR)
Pub Date: 1997
Binding: Paperback, with flaps
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Inscribed by one author to the previous owner on the half-title page. Spine and rear spine edge sun-faded. Light edge and corner wear.
Notes: The “Wetherill-Grand Gulch Research Project” attempted to track the 19th-century “explorers”–the Wetherills, McLoyd, Nordenskjold– through their marks scratched into the canyon walls and cliffs, as well as the artifacts they “excavated” (read looted), and find the artifacts current locations.
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