Excavations at Snaketown: Material Culture
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Authors: Gladwin, Harold S. (1883-1983); Haury, Emil W. (1904-1992); Sayles, E.B. (Edwin Booth) (1892-1977); and Gladwin, Nora (1914-1998)
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Pub Date: 1975 (reprint edition)
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Without dust jacket, as issued. Some wrinkling to upper corner of ffep and first 5 or so pages. Staining to top and side text block. Smudging to bottom text block. Some corner and edge wear. One date stamped in red ink on title page, and handwritten note on Preface page.
Notes: Reprint of the original 1938 Medallion Papers No. XXV. Snaketown was probably built sometime in the 14th century by the early Salado people, and at its peak had a population of 1-3000 people.
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