Technological Change in the Chavez Pass Region, North-Central Arizona
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Editor: Brown, Gary M.
Publisher: Arizona State University
Pub Date: 1990
Condition: Good to Very Good. Binding tight. No marks, tears, bends or folds. As new.
Notes: Anthropological Research Papers No. 41. Nuvakwewtaqa Ruins, otherwise known as Chavez Pass Ruins, are the remains of a substantial Sinagua pueblo occupied between A.D. 1050-1425. The site served as a trade center and was integral to ancestral Hopi migrations to the east.
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