Cover of: Reconstructing Prehistoric Pueblo Societies | Edited by William A. Longacre.

Reconstructing Prehistoric Pueblo Societies

1st edition

Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque, NM .
Written in English.

About the Book

The focus of this book is on methodology and theory for achieving strong inferences about the nature of social organization in extinct Pueblo societies. The nine essays are authored by: William A. Longacre, James N. Hill, R. Gwinn Vivian, William D. Lipe, Jeffrey S. Dean, Douglas W. Schwartz, Paul S. Martin, Edward P. Dozier, David F. Aberle.

About the Edition

The focus of this book is on methodology and theory for achieving strong inferences about the nature of social organization in extinct Pueblo societies. The nine essays are authored by: William A. Longacre, James N. Hill, R. Gwinn Vivian, William D. Lipe, Jeffrey S. Dean, Douglas W. Schwartz, Paul S. Martin, Edward P. Dozier, David F. Aberle.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 225-243.
"A School of American Research book."
"The second in a series of advanced seminars sponsored by the School of American Research was held April 9-13, 1968, in Sante Fe, New Mexico ... The revised papers and statements from the discussants [at the seminar] form the basis for this volume."

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
309.1/174/97
Library of Congress
E99.P9 R25

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Pagination
ix, 247 p.
Number of pages
247
Dimensions
9.5" x 6.25"
Weight
1lb. 5oz.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5218138M
Internet Archive
reconstructingpr0000unse
LC Control Number
75107102
OCLC/WorldCat
104729
Library Thing
801881
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