Prehistory of Colorado

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What we now call Colorado has been peopled for at least twelve thousand years, which in human terms is more than four hundred generations. During this period the region has seen a continual ebb and flow of human occupation in response to climatic variation and resource availability, but it has never been uninhabited. Adaptations to these conditions in the southwest and northwest eventually led to village life and an economy based on corn horticulture. On the plains and in the mountains a highly resilient system based on ...

Prehistory of Colorado 1999, University of Utah Press

ISBN-13: 9780874805789

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