Threads, Tints, and Education: Papers in Honor of Glenna Dean was edited by Emily J. Brown, Karen Armstrong, David M. Brugge, and Carol J. Condie, Papers of The Archaeological Society of New Mexico, No. 36, 2010.
This volume consists of papers on work from various locations including the Taos Valley, the Great Basin, Cerro de Los Lunas and Albuquerque’s south valley, the Cimarron District, Ojo Caliente Valley, Sandia Pueblo, Tijeras Pueblo, and the general north and central New Mexico. Topics range including a discussion on agriculture among the Tewa people, volcanic material sources, trans-Great Basin trade, bison hunting, adobe, Berth P. Dutton and the Girl Scouts, Pueblo III pottery in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, Pueblo dogs, metal projectile points, archaeoacoustics, the Million Dollar Museum, Cochineal production, and other topics.
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