Petroglyphs of Southeast Colorado and the Oklahoma Panhandle
1 in stock
Authors: McGlone, Bill; Barker, Ted, and Leonard, Phil
Publisher: Mithras Inc.
Pub Date: 1994 (First edition)
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears. Signed by all three authors, inscribed on front inner cover, also on title page. Upper front cover corner bowed.
Notes: Covering an area roughly the size of Massachusetts, approximately 80 by 100 miles, bounded by the Arkansas River in the north and the Cimarron River in the south and “centered” in La Junta, Colorado.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
Navajo Salt Gathering, (published with) Artifacts Made of the Glassy Andesite of San Antonio Mountain, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$10.00
Gallegos Mesa Settlement and Subsistence: A Set of Explanatory Models for Cultural Resources on Blocks VIII, IX, X, and XI, Navajo Indian Irrigation Project: Volume 1$10.00
People of the Tonto Rim: Archaeological Discovery in Prehistoric Arizona
The Amateur Archaeologist’s Handbook$2.00