Anasazi architecture and American design
Baker H. Morrow, Vincent Barrett Price
University of New Mexico Press, 1997 - Social Science - 241 pages
Take a fascinating journey through Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde with leading southwestern archaeologists, historians, architects, artists, and urban planners as guides. Twenty-two essays identify Anasazi building and cultural features related to design and site planning, history, mythology, and ecology. 40 halftones. 5 maps.
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