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Cowboys and Cave Dwellers: Basketmaker Archaeology of Utah's Grand Gulch Paperback – March 1, 1997
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Using historical accounts and authoritative biographies, the authors … present a lively, readable, and clear summary of the history of archaeology of [Utah's Grand Gulch area]… [W]ith its wonderful and numerous photographs and well-illustrated tables, [this book] is one any scholar of the Southwest would appreciate. --Stefanie Beninato, New Mexico Historical Review Vol. 73, no. 1 (January 1998)
About the Author
Fred M. Blackburn, a natural historian, educator, and environmental and cultural interpreter, was a key member of the Wetherill-Grand Gulch Research Project. Ray A. Williamson is a scientist and writer who studies the astronomical lore and ritual practices of the Navajo and Pueblo Indians.