"The history of the Amerind Foundation is traced from the earliest Southwestern collections of W.S. Fulton, through the building of various additions to the museum, the excavation of a number of sites in Arizona, and the interpretive aspects of archaeology in the southeastern portion of the state; to the publication of the Casas Grandes expedition report and the start of a new project. In addition, a brief review of other Amerind activities and its public and research collections"--Abstract (p. 317).
Includes bibliographical references (p. 329).
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