Are you still searching for that perfect holiday gift? Or maybe just looking to get a head start on Crow Canyon's 2019 program and Cultural Explorations season?
Then don't worry, because Crow Canyon has some last-minute book ideas that are sure to please the archaeology fan on your list. We've gathered up some great Winter reading suggestions from our staff of archaeologists and educators—and remember that you can support Crow Canyon through the AmazonSmile program. When you shop through smile.amazon.com, a portion of each purchase will help support educational and research programs here at Crow Canyon.
Our Staff Recommendations:
The Moor's Account
Mesa of Sorrows—A History of the Awat'ovi Massacre
James F. Burrows
W. W. Norton & Company
House of Rain
Back Bay Books
Back Bay Books
The Archaeology and History of Pueblo San Marcos: Change and Stability
Ann F. Ramenofsky (Editor), Kari L. Schleher (Editor)
University of New Mexico Press
Atlas of a Lost World
Troweling Through Time: The First Century of Mesa Verdean Archaeology
University of New Mexico Press.
Mud Woman: Poems from the Clay
University of Arizona Press
Truth of a Hopi: Stories Relating to the Origin, Myths and Clan Histories of the Hopi
A History of the Ancient Southwest
School for Advanced Research Press.
Navajo Textiles: The Crane Collection at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Laurie Webster, Louise Stiver, D.Y. Begay, Lynda Teller, Pete and Anne Lane Hedlund
University Press of Colorado.
Rugs and Posts: The Story of Navajo Weaving and Indian Trading
Southwestern Indian Jewelry: Crafting New Traditions
Turquoise Unearthed: An Illustrated Guide
Joe Dan Lowry
Rio Nuevo Publishers