The Kotyiti Research Project: Report of the 1996 Fieldseason
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Author: Preucel, Robert W.
Publisher: USDA Forest Service
Pub Date: 1998
Binding: Paperback (comb binding)
Condition: Good. Comb binding tight, no missing or broken teeth. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Comb binding with clear plastic front cover, pressboard rear cover. Light wear to cover page, sunning to title page at comb edge and along upper edge. This really has all the hallmarks of being unused.
Notes: I would bet this was a photocopy of the original report Preucel wrote and gave to Linda Cordell (no proof, just guessing). While the text pages are sharp, the photos are definitely photocopies. Kotyiti was an ancestral Cochiti community located on Horn Mesa, in north central New Mexico. “Since 1995, Robert Preucel has been collaborating with the Pueblo of Cochiti on the study of Hanat Kotyiti (Old Cochiti), an ancestral Cochiti mesa village in northern New Mexico, established in 1683 and attacked by Diego de Vargas in 1694. The project makes use of previous archaeological studies by Adolph Bandelier and Nels Nelson as well as Cochiti oral history to document social and ideological transformations during this tumultous time. We also established a student internship program for Cochiti high school students. This research is part of a broader project involving the study of the archaeology of the Pueblo Revolt Period (1680-1700).” From Brown University Haffenreffer Musem of Anthropology, see (https://www.brown.edu/research/facilities/haffenreffer-museum/collaborative-projects/kotyiti-research-project ) VERY RARE. No copies listed in Library of Congress, OCLC, TDAR, Amazon, Alibris. NO copies listed available for sale anywhere.
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