Glen Canyon Revisited: Anthropological Papers Number 119 (University of Utah Anthropological Papers 119)
By: Phil R Geib (author)Hardback
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This book is a revision of a report of similar title submitted as the final document deliverable under a contract between the Archaeology Laboratory of Northern Arizona University and the National Park Service. The contract report brought to a close a multiyear study of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area that included almost five years of survey and limited testing throughout the recreation area, as well as collections and records research.The two objectives of this book are to examine specific issues about the history and lifeways of the prehistoric inhabitants in and around Glen Canyon and to present an updated version of regional culture history thirty years after the end of the massive archaeological study conducted prior to the creation of Lake Powell (the Glen Canyon Project).
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