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The disappearance of the Anasazi

by Hubbard-Brown, Janet.

Format: Print Book 1992
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Jefferson Hills Public Library Non-Fiction PB 978.9 HUB
Location  Jefferson Hills Public Library
 
Collection  Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  PB 978.9 HUB
 
 
Summary
Describes the discovery of Anasazi cliff dwellings in southwestern Colorado in 1874 and the speculations which arose about the origins and eventual fate of this Native American people.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 6-8. The History Mystery series does a surprisingly good job of looking at events that have puzzled the world and will grab readers. Landsman, in particular, is effective as she takes on the tricky subject of JFK's assassination and leads readers through the maze of theories, charges, and countercharges that have followed the tragedy. Anasazi looks at the early civilization that developed a sophisticated culture in the American Southwest, then disappeared. The books suffer from inexpensive paper and poor reproduction of photographs; in the right format, they would be both useful and attractive. ~--Ilene Cooper"
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Additional Information
Series History mystery.
Subjects Pueblo Indians.
Indians of North America.
Publisher New York :Avon,1992
Contributors Saffioti, Lino.
Language English
Description 90 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 88-90).
ISBN 0380768453 :
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