2 edition of Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo project area of Northwestern New Mexico found in the catalog.
Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Navajo project area of Northwestern New Mexico
Alfred Edward Dittert
1958 by The Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Research in Santa Fe .
Written in English
Museum of New Mexico. Papers in anthropology, no. 1.
|Statement||by Alfred E. Dittert.|
|Series||Navajo project studies -- no. 1., Papers in anthropology (Museum of New Mexico) -- no. 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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