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Investigations of the Southwestern Anthropological Research Group: The Proceedings of the 1976 Conference

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Contents: Settlement Patterns on Cedar Mesa: Boom and Bust on the Northern Periphery;  SARG Research on the Elk Ridge Project Manti-Lasal National Forest Utah:  Prehistoric Settlement in Long House Valley, Northeastern Arizona;  Settlement Patterns in the EI Morro Valley New Mexico;  Variability in Site Locations in the Chevelon Drainage Arizona;  Aspects of Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in Grand Canyon;  The Central Arizona Ecotone Project and SARG;  Synthesis and Comparison of Project Results; An Evaluation of the Initial SARG Research Design;  Computer Application of SARG Data: An Evaluation;  Inferences Using the SARG Data Bank;  Applications of Computer Graphic Techniques to SARG Data;  A Critical Examination of SARG; and SARG: Future Research Directions.

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Editors: Euler, Robert C.  (1924-2002, Semper Fi) and Gumerman, George J. (1936-)

Publisher: Museum of Northern Arizona

Pub Date: 1978 (First edition)

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair to Good.  Binding tight.  No tears, folds.  Previous owner’s name in ink on title page.  Corner wear to front cover corners.  Some smudging to front and back covers.

Notes: “The philosophy of SARG is a natural outgrowth of at least two converging trends in American archaeology.  One is the movement away from ‘one-man scholarship’ to large, co-operative interdisciplinary projects addressing questions concerning human behavior with the framework of a cultural system.  The other…is the shrinking of financial resources…available for the testing of questions regarding human behavior that archaeologists have said are their concern.” (From the Introduction)

 

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