An Introduction to American Archaeology: South America
Prentice-Hall, 1966 - Social Science - 559 pages
Intended to introduce the lay reader and the student to the broad field of American archaeology written in the period from October 1962 to mid-year 1965.
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Eastern and Southern South America
The Chaco Area
The Pampean Area
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