Investigations into the Determinants of Settlement Placement in Pimeria Alta
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Author: Findlow, Frank J. (1946-)
Publisher: University of California, Los Angeles
Pub Date: 1975
Binding: Paperback (comb binding)
Condition: Fair to Good. Comb binding tight. No broken or missing teeth. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Cover and edge wear. Smudging to text block. Title now taped to front cover (though it doesn’t show up in the gallery photo).
Notes: Findlow’s Ph.D. dissertation. Why did people settle where they did in southern Arizona/northern Mexico? Water, and water storage. “This research examines the relationship between the placement of prehistoric and ethnohistoric settlement in Pimeria Alta and a wide variety of biophysical factors.” (From the Introduction). VERY RARE. No copies available for sale, and held in only 5 libraries.
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