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Large Octavo; VG/VG-; Orange and white spine with black text. DJ has general shelf wear, small closed tear on front; Boards are clean, binding strong, corners sharp; Textblock has light wear on edges, otherwise, clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 292. Rockville Non-Retail Listings.
Very good in fair dust jacket. Book is in near fine condition with some bumping at the corners. Cover has edge wear and a 1" tear at the bottom. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 292 p. Audience: General/trade. The essays collected in this volume represent exciting new directions in the study of America's landscapes. Written from a post-processualist viewpoint, these analyses go beyond directly observable phenomena to explain the particular significance that people have attached to the environments they create for themselves.
Very Good Condition in Good jacket. 292 pages. Boards are square, flat and clean. Tight binding. Dust jacket has one inch creased tear on bottom edge of front panel. Has been placed in removable protective cover. Interior is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Archaeology; ISBN: 0870499203. ISBN/EAN: 9780870499203. More pictures upon request. Inventory No: 54720.
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