128 pages, 8 1/2 x 11
Mimbres Archaeology of the Upper Gila, New Mexico
The University of Arizona Press
This reappraisal of archaeology conducted at the Saige-McFarland site presents for the first time a substantial body of comparative data from a Mimbres period site in the Gila drainage. Lekson offers a new and controversial interpretation of the Mimbres sequence, reintroducing the concept of the Mangas phase first proposed by the Gila Pueblo investigations of the 1930s and demonstrating a more gradual shift from pithouse to pueblo occupance than has been suggested previously.
Stephen H. Lekson is Curator of Anthropology at the University Museum, University of Colorado.
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