Hidden Southwest: The Adventurer's Guide

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Ulysses Press, Apr 1, 1992 - Travel - 489 pages
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From the arts to interior design, the American Southwest has been a wellspring of innovation and creativity. This comprehensive volume, written by a team of experts, takes readers to the best spots in this inspiring region. Based on more than 20,000 miles of field research, it gives detailed information on hundreds of excursions. Maps and line drawings.

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CHAPTER
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People of the Southwest
24
Northwestern Arizona
37
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About the author (1992)

Richard Harris is a professor of geography at McMaster University, Ontario. He is the author of Democracy in Kingston: A Social Movement in Urban Politics.

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