Archaeology in the Mountain Shadows: Exploring the Romero Ruin

Archaeology in the Mountain Shadows: Exploring the Romero Ruin

NOTE: This publication is now out of print. Our remaining copies will therefore be sold at a special book collector’s price.

Work north of Tucson has uncovered traces of four great cultures: Archaic hunters, Hohokam farmers, frontier Mexican ranchers, and Apaches who raided the cattle herds. This public-oriented booklet reveals intriguing aspects of the Romero Ruin’s 1,500-year history. 16 pages, 22 illustrations and photographs.

Deborah L. Swartz and William H. Doelle

ISBN: 1-886398-21-6

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Archaeology in the Mountain Shadows: Exploring the Romero Ruin

Work north of Tucson has uncovered traces of four great cultures: Archaic hunters, Hohokam farmers, frontier Mexican ranchers, and Apaches who raided the cattle herds. This public-oriented booklet reveals intriguing aspects of the Romero Ruin’s 1,500-year history. 16 pages, 22 illustrations and photographs.

Deborah L. Swartz and William H. Doelle

ISBN: 1-886398-21-6

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Weight 0.1900 lbs