2 edition of Pueblo milling stones of the Flagstaff region and their relation to others in the Southwest found in the catalog.
Pueblo milling stones of the Flagstaff region and their relation to others in the Southwest
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|Statement||by Katharine Bartlett.|
|Series||Museum of Northern Arizona bulletin ;, no. 3|
|Contributions||Museum of Northern Arizona.|
|LC Classifications||F806 .M95 no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||s 39000004|
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Pueblo milling stones of the Flagstaff region and their relation to others in the Southwest. Flagstaff: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Katharine Bartlett; Museum of Northern Arizona. Pueblo Milling Stones Of The Flagstaff Region And Their Relation To Others In The Southwest: A Study In Progressive Efficiency [Bartlett, Katharine, Colton, Harold S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Pueblo Milling Stones Of The Flagstaff Region And Their Relation To Others In The Southwest: A Study In Progressive EfficiencyAuthor: Katharine Bartlett. Pueblo Milling Stones of the Flagstaff Region and Their Relation to Others in the Southwest.
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Her article Pueblo Milling Stones of the Flagstaff Region and Their Relation to Others in the Southwest: A Study in Progressive Efficiency "has become a standard reference on groundstone food-processing technology", according to the Society for American Archaeology.
From until her retirement inshe served as the Librarian of the MNA Known for: organizing the holdings of the Museum of Northern Arizona.
Bartlett, K. () Pueblo Milling Stones of the Flagstaff Region and Their Relation to Others in the Southwest: A Study in Progressive Efficiency. Bulletin 3. Pueblo Milling Stones of the Flagstaff Region and Their Relation to Others in the Southwest, Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin3, Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, Flagstaff.
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wear marks to covers. FOREWORD Notes from the Museum of Northern Arizona, a news bulletin concerning Museum activities began monthly publication in July In September (Vol. 2, No. 3), the title was changed to Museum Notes of the Museum of Northern Arizona, and short articles on interesting features of the Flagstaff area began to ap.
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41– p. Bartlett (Katharine). Prehistoric pueblo foods. Museum Notes, Museum of northern. Arizona. Flagstaff, t. IV, n° 4, octobre4 p. — Pueblo milling stones of the Flagstaff region and their relation to others in the southwest.
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