A Friend of Kuaua: Papers in Honor of James Condor, edited by Emily J. Brown, Matthew J. Barbour, Jeffrey L. Boyer, and Genevieve N. Head, Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Volume 47, 2021.
This volume consists of papers focused primarily on the Middle Rio Grande with some other regions covered as well. Topics include Pueblo of Kuaua, New Mexico State Monuments, Rio Grande Glazeware pottery, chronology and iconography of the Mesa Prieta Petroglyph landscape, Chaco Canyon, chipped stone analysis from Giusewa, Jemez Historic Site, Pottery Mound, ceramic relationships between Mimbres and Casas Grandes, horned and feathered serpent iconography, and work at the Coronado Historic Site and on Coronado’s expedition.
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