This is the first volume of a series of research papers dedicated
to the study and elucidation of the prehistoric and historic
peoples who inhabited the middle Gila River valley. This inaugural
paper presents environmental studies of modern earthen irrigation
canals initially constructed in the 1930s and considers their
applicability for understanding prehistoric Hohokam and historical
Akimel O'odham canal systems occupying the same landscape.
Gila River Indian Community
|Country of origin:
• Glen E. Rice
• Karen R Adams
• Susan J. Smith
• Manuel Palacios-Fest
||275 x 214 x 7mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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