Mimbres Mogollon Archaeology: Charles C. Di Peso's by Anne I. Woosley, Allan J. McIntyre

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His approach to explaining prehistory was, in effect, heroic, and the results lasting in their provocation within the field of archaeological research. Working as director of the privately funded and rurally located Amerind Foundation in Dragoon, Arizona, Di Peso (1974; Di Peso et al. 1974) shook the academic and, to his mind, the provincially entrenched Southwestern archaeological community with the publication of his eight volume magnum opus on the prehistoric Chihuahuan town of Casas Grandes.

Sternberg and Randall H. McGuire 329 Appendix 4 The Orientation of Wind Mountain Structures in the Late Pit House Period: A Statistical Test for Nonrandomness Allan J. McIntyre and Edward J. Pasahow 335 Statistical Tests and Results 335 Discussion 339 Appendix 5 Di Peso's Classification System 343 Appendix 6 Petrographic Observations of Selected Sherds from Wind Mountain James B. M. Hinkes 373 Techniques of Analysis 373 The Wind Mountain Locus Skeletal Series 373 The Ridout Locus Skeletal Series 387 Conclusion 388 Appendix 8 An Analysis of Faunal Remains from Wind Mountain Sandra L.

Woosley and Allan J. M. Hinkes Gerald K. Kelso Charmion R. McKusick Charles H. Miksicek and Patricia L. Fall Sandra J. Olsen and John W. Olsen Edward J. Pasahow Robert S. Sternberg and Randall H. McGuire James B. Stoltman Illustrations by Ronald J. Beckwith Photographs by Robin Stancliff Page viii © 1996 by the Amerind Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. First edition Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Woosley, Anne I.  McIntyre. 1st ed.  cm. ). ). ). ) Antiquities. ). ) Antiquities.

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