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The Glen Canyon Survey in 1957: Anthropological Papers, Number 30; Glen Canyon Series Number 1 by  ed Robert H. Lister; Robert Anderson - Paperback - First Edition, First Printing - 1958 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA and

The Glen Canyon Survey in 1957: Anthropological Papers, Number 30; Glen Canyon Series Number 1

by Robert H. Lister; Robert Anderson, ed

Condition: Near fine

Salt Lake City: University of Utah, 1958. First Edition, First Printing. Staplebound wraps. Near fine. Near fine original papers from the University of Utah Department of Anthropology. Stapled cream wraps with black quarter cloth tape over binding. Full fold out map intact and pristine. From the private library of Larry Southwick. Heavily illustrated with photos, maps, charts, graphs and drawings. 57 pp. Quarto, 8 1/2 x 11 inches tall. The record of Glen canyon rescue archaeology of an important American historical and prehistoric Native American site. The flooding for the dam galvanized the Sierra Club and its leader David Bower. "Most of the cultural remains found are chipped stone tools (lithic materials), including projectile points, scrapers, drills, knives, choppers, and ground stone tools and manos (grinders). The collection of sherds are mostly Tusayan Gray Ware and Tusayan White Ware. Petroglyph panels are found throughout Glen Canyon. “Pecked and incised figures depict mountain sheep, human figures, birds, human handprints and animal tracks. Geometric figures range from circles and spirals to highly complex rectilinear patterns. The human figures have triangular bodies. Painted figures have been reported for both sides of the river.... Petroglyph panels of such quality are lacking from the highland regions adjacent to Glen Canyon." - wikipedia

  • Bookseller: Uncommon Works, IOBA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 225
  • Title: The Glen Canyon Survey in 1957: Anthropological Papers, Number 30; Glen Canyon Series Number 1
  • Author: Robert H. Lister; Robert Anderson, ed
  • Format/binding:Staplebound wraps
  • Book condition: Used - Near fine
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition, First Printing
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: University of Utah
  • Place: Salt Lake City
  • Date published: 1958
  • Keywords: native America, indigenous, Indian, west, archaeology, anthropology, excavations, fieldwork, history, America, pueblo, hopi
  • Bookseller catalogs: Native America;
  • Subjects: HISTORY / North America;


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