Life on the Periphery: Economic Change in Late Prehistoric Southeastern New Mexico

Volume 37
Edited by John D. Speth



Dramatic economic changes transformed an isolated 13th-century village of farmer-hunters in the arid grasslands of southeastern New Mexico into a community heavily engaged in long-distance bison hunting and intense exchange with the Puebloan world to the west.

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