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Category: All Categories: Archaeology: Sites: North America
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Bullen, Ripley P. and Frederick W. Sleight.  
Archaeological Investigations of Green mound Florida.

Publisher: William L. Bryant Foundation, 1960..
1st issue wraps. American Studies Report Number Two. 41+ pp. Illustrated. VG. Soft Cover. ISBN: Green Mound Florida; Florida

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Chapman, Carl H. (ed)  
The Missouri Archaeologist (Volume 17, Nos. 2-3; July-Oct., 1955)
Publisher: The Missouri Archaeologist, 1955 Columbia, MO.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall The issue includes two articles: (1) The Campbell Site: A Late Mississippi Town Site and Cemetery in Southeast Missouri by Carl H. Chapman and Leo O. Anderson; and (2) Skeletal Remains from the Campbell Site by Robert F. G. Spier. Illustrated. 140 pages. Book is in GOOD condition; some damage to rear cover. Paper wrappers.

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Custer, Jay F. and Mellin, Glen R.  
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Delaware (Number 26, New Series; Fall 1989)
Publisher: The Archaeological Society of Delaware, 1989 Wilmington, DE.
Book. Book condition: Very Good. Soft cover 4to - over 9 - 12" tall This issue includes a single article: Archaeological Survey in Southwestern Delaware, 187-1988 by Jay F. Custer and Glen R. Mellin. "The purpose of this report is to describe the results of an extensive survey of the Nanticoke drainage area in southwestern Delaware. This area was chosen for survey because the Nanticoke drainage area, especially in the vicinity of Seaford, had been targeted in the state-wide plan for the management of prehistoric archaeological resources as an area with a high potential for significant archaeological sites and high pressures on these resources from modern development. Also, this area was poorly known archaeologically. Therefore, one of the main goals of the survey was to gather a body of reconnaissance-level archaeological survey data on a wide variety of environmental settings throughout the Nanticoke drainage area. These data would then form the basis for the development of a regional management plan for the local prehistoric archaeological resources. This report will: 1) describe the local area's environmental setting and culture history; 2) describe the methods of the survey; 3) summarize the results of the survey; 4) analyze the patterns of site locations in the study area; 5) analyze some aspects of the artifact assemblages collected during the survey; and 6) note the implications of the survey's results for local and regional prehistory.." iv + 68 pages. Book is in VERY GOOD condition. Paper wrappers; stapled binding.

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De Laguna, Frederica.  
Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology No. 3: The Prehistory of Northern North America as Seen from the Yukon.

Publisher: Menasha, WI: Society for American Archaeology, 1947..
No Edition Indicated Quarto, 10 inches (25.5 cm.) tall, in tan wraps. 360 pages primarily surveying the artifacts of the Tena people. Illustrated by photographs, drawings, maps. A sound copy with some toning to the text and soiling to the covers, but no chips or tears. Softcover Softcover Very Good

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Ford, James A.  
Greenhouse: A Troyville-Coles Creek Period Site in avoyelles Parish, Louisiana (Volume 44, Part 1).

Publisher: New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1951..
First Edition Quarto, about 10.75 inches tall, in blue paper wraps. 132 pages illustrated by 23 photographic plates, some with numerous specimens on each, folding map. Michael Coe's copy, his name stamp on cover. Coe was a Yale professor whose research concentrated on pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, and is considered one of the most important recent scholars on the Mayans. Inside is clean and sound although the paper is lightly toned. The covers are discolored at the edges; the spine, with the title written, apparently in pencil, is sunned. Softcover Softcover Very Good

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Fowler, Melvin L., Illustrated by: Photos, Maps & Illustrations  
Explorations Into Cahokia Archaeology

Publisher: Illinois Archaeological Survey, Inc. Urbana, IL 1973.
xi, 175 pp, orange SC wraps w/black lettering & w/wraparound illustration. The papers published in this volume cover general descriptions of the Cahokia site, questions of chronology, & reports of excavations. One paper deals with the Mitchell site. Revised No Jacket Soft Cover Very Good 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

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Purchase direct from: Curio Corner Books. Item number: 026279.
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Glaser, John D.  
Collecting fossils in Baryland
Publisher: Department of Natural resources, MD,1979, Educational Series No. 4.
Near Fine softback. Pictorial cover with minimal wear. Stapled binding tight. End papers and pp Fine, look unused. 8vo, 76 pp with illustrations, maps and references.

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Griffin, James B.  
Archeology of Eastern United States (Archaeology).

Publisher: Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1952..
First Edition Quarto, about 12 inches tall, in green cloth. 392 pages plus 205 figures including drawings, photographs, maps, sometimes multiple figures on a page, and often multiple images in a numbered figure. "Eastern" in the the sense of the title refers to east of the Rocky Mountains. Clean, bright and sound inside. Covers have a hint of extremity wear. The jacket is complete but there is a one inch tear at top front panel and extremities are lightly worn. Hardcover Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ Dustjacket

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Johnson Jr., LeRoy & Suhm, Dee Ann & Tunnell, Curtis D., Illustrated by: Photos & Illustrations  
Salvage Archeology of Anyon Reservori: The Wunderlick, Footbridge and Oblate Sites : Texas Memorial Museum Bulletin Number 5 : September 1962

Publisher: The Museum of the University of Texas Austin, TX 1962.
126 pp, glossy white SC wraps w/black-and-white pictorial front panel w/black map outline superinposed over the black-and-white photo. The report embodies the findings made through the excavation and analysis of three Indian campsites in central Texas. Teh sites are the Wunderlich Site, the Oblate Rockshelter, and the Footbridge site, all located within the area of Comal County which will be affected by Canyon Dam and Reservoir upon completion. The report describes the artifacts from these sites in detail. prev owner place adhesive tape at top & bottom of the spine, light stain and waviness on the top edge of first twenty pages, top front corner of the first page 1/2" x 2" has been removed. No Jacket Soft Cover Good+ 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall

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Laylander, Don and Moore, Jerry D. , Illustrated by: Photos, Maps & Illustrations  
The Prehistory of Baja California : Advances in the Archaeology of the Forgotten Peninsula

Publisher: University Press of Florida Gainesville, FL 2006.
x, 254 pp, quarterbound w/orange boards w/black lettering w/orange cloth covered spine w/black lettering. The book describes the advances made in the exploration of archaeology in Baja, California. First Edition No Jacket Hard Cover Near Fine Sm4to from 9" to 11"

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Purchase direct from: Curio Corner Books. Item number: 036128.
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Leslie, Vernon (ed)  
Pennsylvania Archaeologist (Vol. XXVII, No. 2; August, 1957)
Publisher: Society of Pennsylvania Archaeology, 1957 Honesdale, PA.
Book. Book condition: Good. Soft cover 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall Pennsylvania Archaeologist is the Bulletin of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology. This issue contains a single article: The Raccoon Point Site, an Early Hunting and Fishing Station in the Lower Delaware Valley, by Charles F. Kier, Jr. and Fred Calverley. Well illustrated. Pages 61-116. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers; stapled binding.

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Moorehead, Warren K.  
The Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio (Volume VI, No. 5) (Publication 211).

Publisher: Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1922..
First Edition Octavo, about 9.5 inches tall, in gray wraps. 111 pages numbered 75 to 185 illustrated by drawings, 46 plates on coated paper numbered 38 to 183 (the plates outside the pagination). Michael Coe's copy, his name in ink on cover. Coe was a Yale professor whose research concentrated on pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, and is considered one of the most important recent scholars on the Mayans. Inside clean and sound. The covers with some edge wear; "Hopewell" written in ink on spine. Softcover Softcover Very Good-

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Murphy, Maes.  
An Archeological History of the Hocking Valley.

Publisher: No place: Ohio University Press, 1975..
First Edition ISBN: 0821401513 Hardback quarto, about 10 inches tall, in brick red cloth. 360 pages illustrated by drawings, photographic plates. A study of artifacts recovered in the southern Ohio Hocking River Valley from six major time periods: Paleo-Indian, Archaic, Early, Middle and Late Woodland, and Late Prehistoric. A touch of extremity wear to the book which is otherwise clean and sound. The jacket is complete and modestly edge worn, but the spine and some of the front panel are sunned, and there are a couple of spots of fading on the front panel as well. Hardcover Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good DJ

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Silverberg, Robert  
Men Against Time, Salvage Archaeology in the United States
Publisher: Mcmillan Company, New York, 1st Printing, 1967.
Near Fine paper over board hardback, G+ DJ. Cover with little edge wear. DJ has edge wear, front fold skewed, some scuffs. Binding tight. End papers and pp are clean and unmarked. 8vo, 202 pp with illustrations, further reading and index.

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Spratling, William.  
More Human than Divine: An Intimate and Lively Self-Portrait in Clay of a Smiling People from Ancient Vera Cruz.

Publisher: Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1960..
First English Language Edition Quarto, about 11 inches (28 cm.) tall. Bound in black cloth with gold stamped lettering on spine and gold stamped figure on front. 64 pages, dominated mainly by black and white plates of stone figures, with a short preface to introduce them. A visual survey of a sculptural style found in Remojadas, Mexico, published simultaneously in Spanish and English. This copy is clean and bright, with a presentation note on the half title page, and some dulling along the top of the cover from damp exposure. The dust jacket has some moisture staining along the verso of the spine, and a few chips and closed tears. Hardcover Hardcover Good in Good Dustjacket

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Vivian, Gordon  
Gran Quivira: Excavations in a 17th-Century Jumano Pueblo

Publisher: Washington, D. C., National Park Service/ U. S. Department of the Interior [1979].
Archeological Research Series No. 8, Southwest Parks & Monuments Association. 168 p., index, photos, sketches, tables, diagrams, plans, maps; pictorial paper covers; VG+. 'At Gran Quivira, N. Mex., are early historic remains of 17 Pueblo house mounds, numerous detached kivas, a small Spanish church, and a mission establishment. ...Unpublished data from previous excavation of the mission structures are summarized. Culture contact with the adjoining Mogollon is examined... The probable effects of a culturally mixed group lacking social stability are explored as a contributing factor in the abandonment of the area and dispersal of the people about 1672, well before the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.' Stock# 25,680. American Southwest archeology, native Americans, history, society; anthropology, ethnology.

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Watson, Don, Illustrated by: photos Nat'l Park Service  
Cliff Palace : The Story of an Ancient City

Publisher: Edwards Brothers, Inc. 1947 Ann Arbor, MI 1947.
142 pp, grey SC wraps w/black lettering & illustrations on the front cover. The book presents information on the discovery of the site, the background and the early inhabitants of the site. The author was the Chief Ranger-Naturalist in Mesa Verde in 1931 per pencilled in information by the prev owner. No Jacket Soft Cover Very Good 8vo - Over 8" - 9" Tall

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Wenger, Gilbert R. , Illustrated by: Photos  
The Story of Mesa Verde National Park

Publisher: Mesa Verde Museum Association, Inc. Mesa Verde, CO 1980.
79 pp, aqua SC w/color pictorial front & rear panels w/light yel & white lettering. The book presents the green and wildlife of the area along with early man and the basketmakers. the information covers three periods: Modified Basketmakers A.D. 550 - A.D. 750, Developmental Pueblo A.D. 750 - A.D. 1100, and Great Pueblo Period A.D. 1100 - A.D. 1300. Includes envelope w/five diorama cards covering the different periods. No Jacket Soft Cover w/staples Very Good+ 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall

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Weslager, C. A.  
Delaware's Buried Past: A Story of Archaeological Adventure
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, 1968 New Brunswick, NJ.
Book. Book condition: Good. Trade paperback 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall "The present story is only a modest attempt to picture the work of the archaeologist in a small corner of America. I have chosen Delaware, not because its problems are outstanding or even unusual, but primarily because it is the state where I live and with which I am familiar.." "This volume is a facsimile of the original edition of Delaware's Buried Past supplemented by two new illustrations, an index, and a 35-page Addendum. In it the author comments on the archaeological discoveries made in the Delaware Valley since 1944 which are important in interpreting prehistoric Indian life in both Delaware and New Jersey.." Illustrated. xiii + 219 pages with index. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers.

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