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Across the Chichimec Sea; papers in honor of J. Charles Kelley

Riley, Carroll L. and Basil C. Hedrick, editors

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ISBN 10: 0809308290 / ISBN 13: 9780809308293
Published by Souther Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville, 1978
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xviii, 318p., foreword, preface, notes, references, index,figures, tables, photos, maps, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Bookseller Inventory # 157804

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Title: Across the Chichimec Sea; papers in honor of...

Publisher: Souther Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville

Publication Date: 1978

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: 1st Edition

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The Chichimec Sea is a metaphorical term for that large area of mountain, desert, and desiccated lake bed that covers much of northern Mexico and parts of the southwestern United States. Aboriginally—indeed, well into his­toric times—this large area was inhab­ited by diverse bands of Indians who had in common mainly the fact that they shared neither in the complex civi­lization of Mesoamerica nor the sub-­Mesoamerican cultures of the Greater Southwest.

 

This comprehensive and unified vol­ume of original essays deals with the complex problems of interaction—across and around the Chichimec Sea—between Mesoamerica and the South­west. The twenty contributions to this volume, by anthropologists, archaeol­ogists, geographers, ethnohistorians, and ethnobotanists, all deal with diverse aspects of the problem of Mesoamerican­-Southwest contacts.

About the Author:

Carroll L. Riley is Professor of An­thropology at Southern Illinois Uni­versity Carbondale.

 

Basil C. Hedrick is Assistant Director of the Illinois State Museum, Springfield.

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