Between Desert and River: Hohokam Settlement and Land Use in the Los Robles Community
AuthorDownum, Christian E.
Land settlement patterns, Prehistoric -- Arizona -- Los Robles Wash Region.
Los Robles Wash Region (Ariz.) -- Antiquities.
Arizona -- Antiquities.
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Press (Tucson, AZ)
Description"Downum's book provides a comprehensive overview of prehistoric settlement patterns within the Los Robles region of southern Arizona. . . . An important contribution to understanding the prehistoric patterns of settlement for the project area and surrounding region."—Journal of the West "Downum's carefully done volume is an important contribution to Hohokam archaeology. . . . Clearly written and illustrated."—AM Indian Quarterly
Table of ContentsPreface / Acknowledgments / Archaeological History and Cultural Context / Environment and Resources of the Los Robles Survey Area / Los Robles Survey Sites / The Cerro Prieto Site / Christian E. Downum, John E. Douglas, and Douglas B. Craig / Rock Cairn and Talus Pit Features in the Los Robles Community / John H. Madsen / Land Use and Hohokam Settlement in the Los Robles Community / References / Index / Abstract