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1 The Architecture of Grasshopper Pueblo
Riggs, Charles R.

University of Utah Press Salt Lake City, Utah, USA 2001
Hard Cover
Very Good, No Jacket
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
First Edition
0874806879 / 9780874806878



BX4 - An unread, tight, clean, sound copy in blue cloth covered boards with gold lettering and a graphic on the spine and gold lettering and a large gold graphic on the front with very minor overall shelf wear with a very, very light label stain at the top right corner of the front board. Illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings. A book about the Grasshopper Pueblo of Arizona, notable for its ordinariness and for the long history of archaeological exploration that has been devoted to it. The period when it was occupied, about one hundred years, also coincides with a period when it was one of hundreds of large pueblos located throughout central and southern Arizona. Endnotes, references, indexed, 264p. SCW13412 
Price: 14.00 USD
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2 The Architecture of Grasshopper Pueblo
Riggs, Charles R.

University of Utah Press Salt Lake City, Utah 2001
Hard Cover
Very Good, No Jacket
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
First Edition
0874806879 / 9780874806878



BP6 - A first edition hardcover book in very good condition that has light discoloration and shelf wear with no dust jacket. Illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings. A book about the Grasshopper Pueblo of Arizona, notable for its ordinariness and for the long history of archaeological exploration that has been devoted to it. The period when it was occupied, about one hundred years, also coincides with a period when it was one of hundreds of large pueblos located throughout central and southern Arizona. Satisfaction Guaranteed. EC23165BB 
Price: 14.00 USD
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3 The Architecture of Grasshopper Pueblo
Riggs, Charles R.

University of Utah Press Salt Lake City, Utah 2001
Hard Cover
Very Good, No Jacket
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
First Edition
0874806879 / 9780874806878



BP6 - A first edition hardcover book in very good condition that has light discoloration and shelf wear with no dust jacket. Illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings. A book about the Grasshopper Pueblo of Arizona, notable for its ordinariness and for the long history of archaeological exploration that has been devoted to it. The period when it was occupied, about one hundred years, also coincides with a period when it was one of hundreds of large pueblos located throughout central and southern Arizona. Satisfaction Guaranteed. EC23166BB 
Price: 14.00 USD
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