Updated with the latest archaeological and anthropological evidence, "People of Chaco" is an essential book on the Chaco culture and ruins of northwestern New Mexico. Maps & photos. Copyright ? Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
For anyone interested in Chaco--or in 'Anasazi' culture in general--this is a great read. It is highly accessible to the lay reader, compiling the current theories, arguments and evidence in a way that is quite enjoyable. The overview of the historical development of research in the region is excellent. A 'must' for anyone interested in southwestern archaeology.
Pleasantly educational despite the editorial shortcomings
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For anyone interested in Chaco and the whole Chaco Phenomenon, this is a very readable place to start -- lots of good, basic information, and the addition of the last chapter updating what came before is particularly worthwhile. The only negative is easily overlooked because of the subject, but the editorial staff should be drawn and quartered for letting a reissue hit the presses with ANY grammatical and/or typo errors -- shame on them, but good for Frazier for updating his book (and his readers) on what's new re Chaco.
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