A Review and Analysis of the Flagstaff Culture


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Author: Gladwin, Harold S. (1883-1983)

Publisher: Medallion Papers

Pub Date: 1943

Binding: Paperback (stiff paper boards, metal post binding)

Condition: Fair.  Binding (metal post) is in good condition, no rust.  No tears.  Previous owner has written “VI-4” on lower front cover corner at spine edge.  No marks within the text itself.  Hole-punched, not affecting the text.  The text block itself seems to have become separated from the spine at some point in the past, hence the “new” binding.  The front and rear cover edges have the usual bending and chipping associated with the Medallion Papers and Amerind publications–it’s those overhanging edges.  There’s some spotting on the upper front cover edge that looks like it may have been erased pencil marks, but they’re very dim.  Stiff board front cover has hand-printed title and approx. 8″ semi-circular bend on recto edge (see photo).

Notes:  Medallion Papers No. XXXI.  “In the case of the archaeology near Flagstaff, I think that the evidence of pottery and architecture is in direct conflict with the tree-ring dates which have been published….The doubts which I have cast upon the accuracy of tree-ring dates for sites near Flagstaff demand substantiation which, in turn, will require a comprehensive review of the whole subject of dating by means of tree-rings.”  (Summary paragraph).  Gladwin fights with Douglass.


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