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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Children in the prehistoric Puebloan Southwest.
Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, ©2002
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kathryn Ann Kamp; Society for American Archaeology. Meeting
|Notes:||Chiefly papers presented at a symposium organized for the Society for American Archaeology meeting held in Philadelphia in April 2000.|
|Description:||viii, 247 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Nan A. Rothschild --
Prehistoric Puebloan Children in Archaeology and Art / Kathryn A. Kamp, John C. Whittaker --
The Morphology of Prehispanic Cradleboards: Form Follows Function / Claudette Piper --
Working for a Living: Childhood in the Prehistoric Southwestern Pueblos / Kathryn A. Kamp --
Ceramic Form and Skill: Attempting to Identify Child Producers at Pecos Pueblo, New Mexico / Elizabeth A. Bagwell --
Learning and Teaching in the Prehispanic American Southwest / Patricia L. Crown --
Children's Health in the Prehistoric Southwest / Kristin D. Sobolik --
The Cradle of Death: Mortuary Practices, Bioarchaeology, and the Children of Grasshopper Pueblo / Stephanie M. Whittlesey --
Thoughts Count: Ideology and the Children of Sand Canyon Pueblo / Cynthia S. Bradley --
Wearing a Butterfly, Coming of Age: A 1,500-Year-Old Pueblo Tradition / Kelley Hays-Gilpin.
|Responsibility:||edited by Kathryn A. Kamp.|
"The study of children has previously received almost no attention by archaeologists. This book will break new ground, and it will be significant." Michelle Hegmon, Arizona State University"