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Decent book. Spends entirely too much time on the author's opinion of what he thinks might have happened to the Anasazi.Published 11 hours ago by T. Cox
Lyrical writer. A really entertaining treatment of the History of America's oldest culture. This is an inspiration for a visit to Four Corners.Published 14 days ago by Susan Krechel
I felt like I was on the adventure of discovery with Craig Childs.Published 1 month ago by Lisa Stice
Love the Southwest? Think you know about the native Americans? Wait until you read this book! This prolific writer has lived it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tuesday's Child
Fascinating and well-documented theory of what happened to the Anasazi. It was highly recommended by a close friend who is an archaeologist in New Mexico. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lee
We were told about Craig Childs books at the Montezuma National Monument, where we volunteer, and they are certainly of interest to us.Published 2 months ago by Karen
Author presents an interesting theory about Anasazi migration pattern. Having spent some time in the area of his interest, I am still unable to discern some of the things he was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Norm Loeffer