Digging Into History: A Brief Account of Fifteen Years of Archaeological Work in New Mexico
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Author: Martin, Paul S.(1928-2010)
Publisher: Chicago Natural History Museum (now the Field Museum)
Pub Date: 1959
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Previous owner’s name in ink on ffep. Very light edge and corner wear. Appears untouched.
Notes: Martin is most well-known for his theory that Ice Age humans hunted the large mammals native to each continent to extinction. This title is at once a basic manual of field archaeology, a history of the Mogollon, and an examination of findings gathered over 15 years of field work in southwestern New Mexico. Martin is an easy read.
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