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American Indian Rock Art Volume XX
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American Indian Rock Art Volume XX

By Bock, Frank G. , editor

Reno, Nevada: American Rock Art Research Association. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1994. Paperback. White wraps with black text on front and spine and illustrations of rock art on front. Wrapper is quite clean, with light scuffing on back. Text block is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A collection of papers presented at the Twentieth Annual American Rock Art Research Association Conference, Reno, Nevada, June 5, 6, and 7, 1993. Includes black and white photography and illustrations of rock art. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 78 pp .

$20.00

Utah Rock Art Volume VI Papers Presented At the Sixth Annual Symposium
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Utah Rock Art Volume VI Papers Presented At the Sixth Annual Symposium

By Bowen, Nina, editor

Salt Lake City: Utah Rock Art Research Association. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1989. Paperback. Beige paper wrappers with brown plastic over spine. Title and illustration of rock art on front wrap. Light soiling to back wrap. Pages I through 14 have light creasing to upper right corner, but text block is otherwise unmarked and extremely clean. A collection of papers presented at the Utah Rock Art Research Association's sixth annual symposium, edited by Nina Bowen. Includes numerous black and white illustrations of Utah rock art. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 104 pp .

$20.00

Utah Rock Art Volume IX Papers Presented At the Ninth Annual Symposium of  the Utah Rock Art Research Association
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Utah Rock Art Volume IX Papers Presented At the Ninth Annual Symposium of the Utah Rock Art Research Association

By Bowen, Nina, editor

Salt Lake City: Utah Rock Art Research Association. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1990. Paperback. Beige paper wraps with brown plastic over spine. Very light soiling to wraps, but otherwise, cover is clean and shows virtually no wear. Interior is clean and unmarked. No loose pages. A collection of papers presented at the ninth annual symposium of the Utah Rock Art Research Association in Vernal, Utah, September 22-24, 1989. Edited by Nina Bowen. Includes a variety of black and white illustrations and photographs of rock art in Utah. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 94 pp .

$20.00

Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the Oregon Country Part 1: Columbia River &  Northern Oregon
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Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the Oregon Country Part 1: Columbia River & Northern Oregon

By Loring, Malcolm J. , and Louise Loring

Los Angeles: University of California. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1982. First Edition. Paperback. Brown paper wrapper with illustration of petroglyph on front. Includes errata sheet stapled to front endpaper. Some wear to edges of wrapper. Text block is clean and binding is tight and square. The primary goal of this publication is to assemble in print the wealth of descriptive data accumulated during Malcolm J. Loring and Louise Loring's years of researching pictographs and petroglyphs of the Oregon Country. Part I (this volume) covers the southern counties in Washington along the Columbia River from Clark County to priest Rapids, and up the Snake River to Buffalo Eddy. It also covers the northern and central Oregon counties south to a line from Lane to Baker County. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 325 pp .

$95.00

Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Southern Rocky Mountains - Early  Holocene Projectile Points and Land Use in the High Country
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Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Southern Rocky Mountains - Early Holocene Projectile Points and Land Use in the High Country

By Pitblado, Bonnie L.

Boulder, Colorado: University Press of Colorado. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Green faux leather cover with silver type on spine. Pictorial dust jacket with image of projectile points on front and photograph of author on inside back flap. Very light soiling and scuffing to dust jacket. Boards are completely clean and free of wear. The lightest of soiling to fore edge. Text block is clean; binding is tight and square. An exploration of how some of North America's earliest people (10,000 to 7, 500 years ago) used the Rocky Mountain landscape, based on extensive research comparing more than 600 painstakingly documented late Paleoindian points from Colorado and Utah. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 292 pp .

$45.00

Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the Oregon Country Part II: Southern Oregon
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Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the Oregon Country Part II: Southern Oregon

By Loring, Malcolm J. , and Louise Loring

Los Angeles: University of California. Good with no dust jacket. 1983. First Edition. Paperback. Brown paper wrapper with illustration of petroglyph on front. Includes errata sheet stapled to front endpaper. Some bumping and wear to edges of wrapper. Text block is clean and binding is tight and square. The primary goal of this publication is to assemble in print the wealth of descriptive data accumulated during Malcolm J. Loring and Louise Loring's years of researching pictographs and petroglyphs of the Oregon Country. This volume deals with rock art of Southern Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada and thus joins a limited number of publications on this important subject and area. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 355 pp .

$95.00

Boulder Monuments of Saskatchewan
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Boulder Monuments of Saskatchewan

By Brace, G. Ian

Saskatoon, SK: Saskatchewan Archaeological Society. Very Good with no dust jacket. 2005. Paperback. Pictorial wrapper with photograph of boulder monument on front cover and two smaller images of boulder monuments with text on back cover. Wrapper is extremely clean, in fine condition aside from very light wear on upper back cover near spine. Text block is in fine condition, and binding is tight and square. This is a comprehensive book on the boulder monuments of Saskatchewan suitable for a wide readership. Includes a variety of tables, maps, charts, high-quality color and black and white photographs, and illustrations. Foreword by Norma Fraser, President of the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 174 pp .

$45.00

Indian Rock Art and its Global Context
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Indian Rock Art and its Global Context

By Chakravarty, Kalyan Kumar, and Robert G. Bednarik

New Delhi, India: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Limited. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1997. First Edition. Hardcover. Brown buckram boards with gilt title on front and spine. Pictorial dust jacket with colorful image of Indian rock art. Very light wear to corners of dust jacket. Very light bumping to head and foot of spine, but boards are otherwise clean and in very good condition. Interior is clean and binding is tight. An exploration of rock art in India and its global context, written by Kumar Kalyan Chakravarty and Robert G. Bednarik. Accompanied by an extensive variety of color and black and white photographs and illustrations of rock art from India and across the world. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 228 pp .

$18.00

Shamans' Gallery: a Grand Canyon Rock Art Site (AZ B: 9: 201)
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Shamans' Gallery: a Grand Canyon Rock Art Site (AZ B: 9: 201)

By Schaafsma, Polly

Grand Canyon. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1988. Spiral bound. Spiral bound copy of a typeset report with white paper wrappers. Wrappers show very light wear and some soiling. Text block is clean. No loose pages. A report on Shamans' Gallery, a Grand Canyon Rock Art Site, for the Grand Canyon National Park Resource Management and Planning Division. Contains black and white reproductions of images of rock art in Shamans' Gallery; images are somewhat unclear due to being reproduced from photocopies. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$35.00

Rock Art in the Cochiti Reservoir District
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Rock Art in the Cochiti Reservoir District

By Schaafsma, Polly

New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico Press. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1975. First Edition. Paperback. Brown paper wrapper with drawings of rock art faces decorating front cover. Wraps are clean and unworn, with very light fading to spine. Text block is clean. No loose pages. A study of the petroglyphs in the Cochiti Reservoir District by Polly Schaafsma, accompanied by extensive black and white photographs of petroglyphs and drawings of petroglyphs by Phyllis Hughes. Paper number 16 of the Papers in Anthropology from the Museum of New Mexico Press. ; Drawings; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 95 pp .

$15.00

Rock Art Research Volume 22, Number 1
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Rock Art Research Volume 22, Number 1

By Bednarik, Robert G. , editor

Melbourne, Australia: Archaeological Publications. Very Good with no dust jacket. 2005. Paperback. White paper wrapper with color image of Saudi Arabian rock art on front and five different color images of rock art on back. Light scuffing to wrapper. Text block is clean and unmarked. Binding is tight and square. Volume 22, Number 1 of Rock Art Research from the Australian Rock Art Research Association (AURA) and International Federation of Rock Art Organizations (IFRAO). Includes numerous black and white photographs and illustrations. Edited by Robert G. Bednarik. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 116 pp .

$18.00

Fenn Cache: Clovis Weapons and Tools
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Fenn Cache: Clovis Weapons and Tools

By Frison, George C.

Santa Fe, New Mexico: One Horse Land and Cattle Company. Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1999. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0-9670917-0-5 . Red cloth boards with black writing on front and spine and picture of a horse on back. Pictorial dust jacket in very good condition with one 1/8" tear near spine and very light scuffing. Boards are slightly warped, but extremely clean; no shelf wear or bumping. Pages are secure, but boards are loosening due to binding error. Text block and endpapers are extremely clean. The Fenn cache is a remarkable collection of 56 projectile points, tools, and preforms that were made by Americans at a time when their primary food source was the mammoth. Full-color photographs of points and accompanying b&w line illustrations. Book describes sites where tools were found and experimental archaeology techniques. ; Color Photographs; Square 4to 9" - 11" tall .

$40.00

Life on the Floodplain: Further Investigations At Pueblo Salado for  Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Volume 2 Data Recovery and  Re-Evaluation - Parts 1 & 2
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Life on the Floodplain: Further Investigations At Pueblo Salado for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Volume 2 Data Recovery and Re-Evaluation - Parts 1 & 2

By Greenwald, David H. (edited and compiled by)

Tempe, Arizona: City of Phoenix, Parks, Recreation, and Library Department. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1996. Paperback. Two books sold as a set; Part 1: The Report, and Part 2: Appendices. Beige paper wrappers with black illustration and text on front and spine. Very light soiling to top and bottom edges. Light wear to bottom edge of Part 2, with an 1/8" tear on bottom edge near spine and a light crease mark on bottom right corner of front cover. Text blocks are both extremely clean, and bindings are tight. An archaeological study on Pueblo Salado, an important site in the on-going, yet ever-changing field of Hohokam archaeology. Parts 1and 2 contain a variety of tables, black and white photographs, and illustrations of archaeological artifacts. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall .

$28.00

Settlement Patterns in the Mancos and La Plata River Basins - a Class 2  Cultural Resource Survey for the Animas-La Plata Project - Volume 1
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Settlement Patterns in the Mancos and La Plata River Basins - a Class 2 Cultural Resource Survey for the Animas-La Plata Project - Volume 1

By Chenault, Mark L. (edited by)

Durango, CO: SWCA Inc.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1996. Paperback. Green paper wrapper with black text on front and spine, with illustrations on front cover. Light soiling to edges. Text block is very clean and binding is tight. This report described the results of a Class 2 cultural-resource survey conducted by SWCA, Inc. , Environmental Consultants of Durango, Colorado, for the proposed Animas-La Plata Irrigated Lands Project. Includes contributions from John M. Mabry, Paul J. Stirniman, Richard V. N. Ahlstrom, Kevin P. Gilmore, Deb Silverman, and Thomas D. Yoder. Contains a variety of maps, black and white photographs, and illustrations of archaeological artifacts. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 341 pp .

$25.00

Mining the Big Bug - Archaeological Investigations At Twelve Historic  Sites between Mayer and Dewey, Yavapai County, Arizona
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Mining the Big Bug - Archaeological Investigations At Twelve Historic Sites between Mayer and Dewey, Yavapai County, Arizona

By Stein, Pat H. ; Elizabeth J. Skinner

Flagstaff, Arizona: SWCA Inc.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1997. Paperback. Brown paper wrapper with shiny red embossed decorations and text on front cover, and black text on front and spine. Wrapper is clean and in fine condition. Small brown stain on bottom edge. Text block is exceptionally clean, and binding is tight and square. Page 209 is a separate, foldout copy of a plan and profile of proposed state highway in Yavapai County from 1954. An archaeological report detailing the extent, condition, and significance of cultural deposits in an 11.1 mile corridor where a highway was being proposed. Includes contributions by Stewart Deats and John D. Goodman II, as well as a variety of black and white photographs, tables, and illustrations of archaeological artifacts. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 244 pp .

$38.00

Tributaries, Terraces, and Tinajas - Prehistoric Cultural Variation on  Three Drainages Near New River, Maricopa County, Arizona
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Tributaries, Terraces, and Tinajas - Prehistoric Cultural Variation on Three Drainages Near New River, Maricopa County, Arizona

By Potter, James M. ; Lynn A. Neal

Flagstaff, Arizona: SWCA Inc.. Fine with no dust jacket. 2000. Paperback. Brown paper wrapper with shiny red embossed decoration and type on front, and black type on fornt and spine. Cover, edges, and text block are clean. Binding is tight and square. This volume presents the results of archaeological testing and data recovery investigations at six prehistoric sites within the Anthem Arizona LLC by Del Web (Anthem) development (originally called The Villages at Desert Hills) by SWCA Inc. , Environmental Consultants. Includes a variety of color archaeological maps, color photographs of sites and artifacts, tables, and illustrations, many of which are foldout pages. Includes contributions by Jean H. Ballagh, Joshua S. Edwards, Randal R. Fox, Lee Fratt, Dawn M. Greenwald, Jim Hasbargen, Richard G. Holloway, Jason Hooten, M. Steven Shackley, and Kate S. Thompson.; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 257 pp .

$15.00

Roosevelt Rural Sites Study - Changing Land Use in the Tonto Basin -  Volume 3
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Roosevelt Rural Sites Study - Changing Land Use in the Tonto Basin - Volume 3

By Ciolek-Torrello, Richard; John R. Welch

Tucson, Arizona: Statistical Research, Inc.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1994. Paperback. Beige wrapper with colored pencil illustrations on front and back cover and text on front and spine. Wrapper has 1/2" tear at top back corner of spine and very light soiling. 1" x 2" stain on bottom edge. Text block is clean and binding is tight. This volume is the final of three volumes presenting the results of a two-year mitigative data recovery study of cultural resources in the vicinity of Theodore Roosevelt Lake in the Tonto Basin of central Arizona. Contains tables, black and white photographs, and maps. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 546 pp .

$25.00

Fourmile Wash Project - Archaeological Investigations At Eight Sites in  the Tonopah Desert, Western Arizona
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Fourmile Wash Project - Archaeological Investigations At Eight Sites in the Tonopah Desert, Western Arizona

By Sires, Earl W.

Flagstaff, Arizona: SWCA Inc.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1992. Paperback. Brown paper wrapper with shiny red embossed decoration and type on front, and black type on front and spine. Wrapper is in fine condition. Very light soiling to edges. Text block is exceptionally clean and binding is tight. The Fourmile Wash Project presents the results of investigations at eight sites in the Tonopah Desert, an area that until recently received little attention. Includes contributions by Suzanne K. Fish, Gary Funkhouser, Bruce B. Huckell, Lisa W. Huckell, Linda J. Pierce, and Arthur W. Vokes. Text accompanied by a variety of tables, black and white photographs, and archaeological illustrations. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 128 pp .

$28.00

Hogan Well Project - Archaeological Excavations At Early Mogollon and Late  Anasazi Sites in the Puerco River Valley, Arizona
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Hogan Well Project - Archaeological Excavations At Early Mogollon and Late Anasazi Sites in the Puerco River Valley, Arizona

By Dykeman, Douglas D.

Flagstaff, Arizona: Navajo Nation Archaeology Department. Good with no dust jacket. 1995. Paperback. Off-white wrapper with navy blue text on spine and front and illustration on front. Light soiling to wrapper and light coffee stains on back cover. Light soiling to edges. Text block is extremely clean and binding is tight. A report of archaeological data recovery at five site locations in the Hogan Well Range Cluster Housing Site, situated in Apache County, Arizona, approximately 8 miles south of the town of Navajo. Includes a variety of black and white photographs, tables, and illustrations of archaeological artifacts. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 344 pp .

$25.00

Excavations At Sutter's Fort, 1960
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Excavations At Sutter's Fort, 1960

By Payen, Louis A.

Sacramento: State of California, Department of Natural Resources. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1961. First Edition. Brad bound. Brad-bound with mylar cover and maroon backing. Signed by the author on title page. Some very light creasing to some pages. Text block and cover are clean. No loose pages. Report on archaeological investigations carried out at Sutter's Fort State Historical Monument from July 1 to August 16, 1960, by the Central California Archeological Foundation under a Standard Service Agreement with the California State Division of Beaches and Parks. This archaeological research was conducted to compare the 1890 reconstruction of Sutter's Fort with the then recently discovered 1847 map of the site drawn by the German traveler Henrich Kuenzel. Includes black and white plates of photographs, archaeological diagrams, and maps. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Signed by Author .

$45.00

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