"Beginning sometime in the thirteenth century, people from the Hopi Mesas established a cluster of villages to the south along the Little Colorado River. They were attracted by the river's resources and the region's ideal conditions for growing cotton. By the late 1300s, these Homol'ovi villages were the center of a robust trade in cotton among many clusters of villages near or on the southern Colorado Plateau and were involved in the beginning of katsina religion among Hopi people." "Charles Adams has directed fifteen years of research at these sites for the Arizona State Museum, including excavations in five of the seven primary Homol'ovi villages and in other villages predating them."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -293) and index.
31930000398439 2002-285 hardcover
1. The Homol'ovi Cluster
3. The Physical Environment
5. The Cultural Context before Migration
7. Relations within the Homol'ovi Cluster
8. Relations between the Homol'ovi Cluster and Adjacent Clusters
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