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Art in the pre-Hispanic Southwest : an archaeology of Native American cultures / Radosław Palonka.
Lanham : Lexington Books, 
xxix, 359 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Indigenous peoples of North America
Issues in Southwest archaeology
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"This book examines the development of pre-Hispanic Native American cultures in the American Southwest and Mexican Northwest from the Paleoindian period until the appearance of the first Europeans in the sixteenth century through studies of settlements, rock art, and pottery iconography"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Pre-Hispanic and the Early-Historic Southwest
The Geography, Climate and Environment of the Southwest
Mammoth and Bison Hunters: The Paleoindian and Archaic Periods
Architects, Artists, and Farmers of the Colorado Plateau: Ancestral Pueblo Culture
Civilizations in the Arizona Desert: The Hohokam and Salado cultures
Pottery and Settlements in the Highlands: The Mogollon and Mimbres cultures
The Border between Mesoamerica and the Southwest: Casas Grandes and the Cultural Traditions of Northern Mexico
Farmers and Hunter-Gatherers from Utah: The Fremont Culture
Hunter-Gatherers in the Pre-Hispanic and Early Historic Period in the Southwest: The Apache, Navajo, and Ute.
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