Between the Mountains Beyond the Mountains: Papers in Honor of Paul R. Williams was edited by Emily J Brown, Karen Armstrong, David M. Brugge, and Carol J. Condie, Papers of The Archaeological Society of New Mexico, No. 35, 2009.
This volume consists of papers on work from various locations including, Kuaua Pueblo, Tijeras Pueblo, Lemitar Shelter, Tewa Basin, Taos, Mesa Prieta, Deming, Aztec Ruins National Monument, Pajarito Plateau, Rio Puerco, San Cristóbal Pueblo, and the Southern San Andres Mountains. Topics range including a discussion on the archaeology of the Taos Region, petroglyphs on Mesa Prieta, historic trails and history in Taos, the mission at San Cristóbal, a bison effigy, Tanoan social organization and prehistoric village aggregation, archeoastronomy, Archaic upland resource use, vecinos, a comparison of the Bull Snake Hill and Palisade sites, village organization in the Tewa Basin, mapping Tijeras Pueblo, and a discussion on Kuaua.
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