Mobility and Adaptation: The Anasazi of Black Mesa, Ariizona

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Until now archaeologists have been capable of little more than speculation concerning the extent of human mobility in the pre-historic Southwest. According to George J. Gumerman in his Foreword to this book, however, "Shirley Powell's study has changed that. Using a combination of archaeological and ethnological data she has been able to demonstrate that certain periods on Black Mesa in Northeastern Arizona are charac-terized by great mobility while at other times the Mesa had a more sedentary population. She has taken the ...

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