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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stuart J Baldwin; Arizona Archaeological Society.
"This study proposes that Apacheans immigrating into the Southwest from the Northern Great Plains introduced a complex of cultural traits associated with hunting and warfare to the Pueblo Indians before the arrival of the first Spanish explorers. This hunting-warfare complex consists of three artifact types (1) the sinew-backed bow, (2) the mountain lion-skin quiver, and (3) the bison-hide shielf, and two motifs that appear in rock art and on artifacts (4) the four-pointed star, and (5) the heartline"--Page vii.
|Description:||viii, 80 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.|
|Series Title:||Arizona archaeologist, no. 29.|
|Responsibility:||Stuart J. Baldwin.|