Archaeological Explorations in Caves of the Point of Pines Region, Arizona
AuthorGifford, James C.
KeywordsIndians of North America -- Arizona -- Point of Pines Region -- Antiquities.
Point of Pines Region (Ariz.) -- Antiquities.
Arizona -- Antiquities.
Caves -- Arizona -- Point of Pines Region.
Cliff-dwellings -- Arizona -- Point of Pines Region.
Point of Pines (Ariz.)
Caves -- Arizona.
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Press (Tucson, AZ)
Description"The volume contains a wealth of ceramic type-variety descriptive and interpretive data, as well as an excellent descriptive treatment of the ethnobotanical remains, and solid coverage of the lithic, faunal, and other classes of artifactual materials. The quality of illustrative material is excellent, including outstanding field and artifact photography and carefully prepared charts and line drawings."—American Antiquity
Table of ContentsForeword / Preface / Introduction / Red Bow Cliff Dwelling / Ash Flat Cliff Dwelling / Tule Tubs Cave / Pine Flat Cave / Corn and Cucurbits / Hugh C. Cutler and Leonard W. Blake / Beans From Red Bow Cliff Dwelling and Pine Flat Cave / Lawrence Kaplan / Occurrence and Identification of Plant Remains, Unworked Bones, Burials, and Feathers / References / Index
Series/Report no.Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 36
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