Winona Village: A XIIth Century Settlement with a Ballcourt Near Flagstaff, Arizona (Pamphlet)
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Author: McGregor, J.C. (John C.) (1905-1992)
Publisher: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art (Museum of Northern Arizona)
Pub Date: 1937
Condition: Fair to Good. Stapled binding tight. No tears, bends, or folds. Two previous owners’ stamps on front cover and title page. Light corner and edge wear. Some wear to front cover at spine edge.
Notes: Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 12. Three different cultures appear to have intersected at Winona Village–Pueblo, Hohokam and Mogollon. “Undoubtedly the strongest is reflected in the Pueblo culture, which appears to have laid the foundation upon which the others were superimposed.” (From the Conclusions)
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