Chaco Canyon lay quiet and empty for centuries after the last ancestral Pueblo family walked out for the final time. Then others slowly filtered in, ...Show synopsisChaco Canyon lay quiet and empty for centuries after the last ancestral Pueblo family walked out for the final time. Then others slowly filtered in, called it home, raised livestock, sold trade goods and explored the canyon's treasures. Pastoral Navajos came to stay. Mexicans with flocks of sheep or stocks of liquor passed through. So did white soldiers, freighters, would-be homesteaders, and men interested in native cultures and evidence of the ancient past. This is their story.Hide synopsis
Description:Fair. Ex-library. Trade paperback (US). Sewn binding. 158 p....Fair. Ex-library. Trade paperback (US). Sewn binding. 158 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Library discard with tape reinforced covers, stamps, marks and tape. Small abrasions on front cover. Minor cover corner wear with folds.
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