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    • Colloquia in anthropology; Volume II

    • Originally published: 1978
    • Anthropology--Congresses; Anthropology--Periodicals
    • [O]ne of the most significant contributions to science by medical anthropology today and tomorrow is a perspective which is neither biological nor cultural but the unique interface where each shades into the other. In a focus on health and its...
    • Excavations at Pot Creek Pueblo

    • Originally published: 1968
    • Taos Indians--Antiquities; Taos (N.M.)--Antiquities; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology)--New Mexico; New Mexico--Antiquities
    • This report on the excavations at Pot Creek Pueblo adds significantly to the understanding of the internal cultural development of early pueblo life in the Taos District, and the external influences impinging upon it. The document covers previous...
    • Late Pleistocene environments of the southern high plains

    • Originally published: 1975
    • Glacial epoch--Llano Estacado; Paleontology--Llano Estacado
    • This volume presents a series of reports on research conducted in 1961 and 1962 on problems dealing with the reconstruction of the Late Pleistocene environments of the southernmost section of the Southern High Plains: an area known as the Llano...
    • Papers on Taos archaeology

    • Originally published: 1968
    • Taos (N.M.)--Antiquities
    • These two short papers describe the results of some of the earliest archaeological work done under the sponsorship of the Fort Burgwin Research Center. The first paper describes the results of an intensive archaeological-geographical study of the...
    • Picuris Pueblo through time: eight centuries of change in a northern Rio Grande pueblo

    • Originally published: 1999
    • Tiwa Indians--History; Tiwa Indians--Antiquities; Picuris (N.M.)--History; Picuris (N.M.) --Antiquities
    • This book discusses changes through the centuries at Picuris Pueblo (San Lorenzo). Picuris Pueblo, one of the oldest, continually occupied settlements in North America, is a northern Tiwa speaking community located 15 air miles south of Taos, New...
    • Taos archeology

    • Originally published: 1980
    • Taos Indians--Antiquities; Taos (N.M.)--Antiquities; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology)--New Mexico; New Mexico--Antiquities
    • The region of the northern Rio Grande, or the Taos plateau and adjacent mountains, is rich with the remains of peoples who once lived there. Archeologists have discovered countless sites, some as modest as a single fire pit indicating a temporary...

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