The Artifacts of Pecosby Alfred V. Kidder
The Artifacts of Pecos has been widely recognized as a groundbreaking volume by one of the most influential figures in modern American Archaeology." So writes Fred Wendorf in his new foreword to this classic work published in 1932 by Yale University Press, which he goes on to describe as "the first description of the complete artifact inventory of a major archaeological site in the Southwest, and possibly in the New World."
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Alfred V. Kidder Fred Wendorf, South Methodist University, Dallas, Texas [new foreword]
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