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Broken K pueblo; prehistoric social organization in the American southwest [by] James N. Hill.

Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 1970.
ISBN 9780816502158, 0816502153

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Subjects Broken K Pueblo site (Ariz.)
Pueblo Indians -- Social life and customs.
Series Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona ; no. 18.
Description ix, 149 pages illustrations, map, plans 27 cm.
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-149).
Contents Introduction -- The environmental setting -- The site -- Theoretical considerations -- Methodological considerations -- Factor analyses -- Intra-site dating -- Room types -- Room functions -- Social groups -- Population size and social groups -- Burials -- Environmental shift -- Responses to a shifting environment -- Alternatives to a shifting environment -- After Broken K -- Summary and conclusions -- Appendixes: Animal bone counts from Broken K Pueblo -- Plant remains found at Broken K and their uses among modern Hopi and Zuni -- Seeds from Broken K Pueblo -- Pollen counts, in numbers of grains, from floors and features at Broken K Pueblo -- Distributions of pottery-type and ceramic design-element factors not illustrated in text -- Distribution of pottery types (sherd counts) on floors -- Distribution of ceramic design elements from floors -- Distribution of ceramic design elements from fills.
Geographic Area Arizona
Network Numbers (OCoLC)124230
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WorldCat Identities Hill, James N., 1934-
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