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A case for Yuman participation in the Hohokam regional system
D. Shaul & J. Andresen
Linguistic and archaeological data indicate that for two or more centuries near A.D. 1000, some Yuman groups lived in close association with speakers of Upper Piman, a language unrelated to the Yuman language family.
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