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PUEBLOS, PREHISTORIC

Types of villag-plan layouts in the Southwest

Author: 
E. K. Reed
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Willey, Gordon Randolph. Prehistoric settlement patterns in the New World
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The prehistoric culture of Tusayan

Author: 
J. W. Fewkes
Article Date: 
May 1896
Language: 
English
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Speculations on prehistoric settlement patterns in the Southwest

Author: 
E. W. Haury
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Willey, Gordon Randolph. Prehistoric settlement patterns in the New World.
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Sitkyatki, were the inhabitants Hopi?

Author: 
L. L. Hargave
Article Date: 
June 1937
Language: 
English
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Remarkable Arizona ruin

Article Date: 
July 1895
Article Abstract: 
Reprinted from the San Francisco Chronicle. Describes a ruin "near the head of the Verde river on a peak that constitutes the extremity of a spur of the Bradshaws."
Language: 
English
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Prehistoric irrigation

Author: 
O. A. Turney
Article Date: 
January 1930
Language: 
English
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Prehistoric irrigation

Author: 
O. A. Turney
Article Date: 
October 1929
Language: 
English
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Prehistoric irrigation

Author: 
O. A. Turney
Article Date: 
April 1929
Language: 
English
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Prehistoric irrigation

Author: 
O. A. Turney
Article Date: 
July 1929
Language: 
English
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Lost City revisited

Author: 
E. C. Soule
Article Date: 
January-March 1975
Article Abstract: 
The only Pueblo ruins west of Arizona are in Moapa Valley of southern Nevada
Language: 
English
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