Erich F. Schmidt’s Investigations of Salado Sites in Central Arizona: The Mrs. W.B. Thompson Archaeological Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History
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Authors: Hohmann, John W. and Kelley, Linda B.
Publisher: Museum of Northern Arizona
Pub Date: 1988
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears. Previous owner’s name stamped on bottom and side text blocks, on inside front cover, and on half-title page. There is one pen mark insertion/comment on the Contents page (ix), otherwise I can find no other markings. Edge and corner wear. Upper front cover corner has approx 2″ crease (it’s not folded, but there is a crease line). Smudging to bottom of text block.
Notes: Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 56. Schmidt in the 1920’s was the first to systematically investigate the prehistoric Salado culture, following Bandelier’s discovery of Besh-Ba-Gowah pueblo in 1883. Schmidt was the first to recognize the Salado as a distinct, geographically identifiable cultural entity, and the first to establish a relationship between the Hohokam and Salado. After Schmidt came Gladwin and Haury.
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