Book Review: Cowboys & Cave Dwellers - Basketmaker Archaeology in Utah's Grand Gulch by Fred M. Blackburn, Ray A. Williamsoncategories: Book, Southwest, Archaeology, Native American, Rock Art, Utah, Desert, Anasazi
Authors: Fred M. Blackburn, Ray A. Williamson
Publisher: School for Advanced Research Press
Brand: Brand: School of American Research Press
Excellent Read!"Cowboys and Cave Dwellers" does a beautiful job intertwining the story of the Wetherills' contributions to the field of Southwest archaeology with modern-day detective work by talented, dedicated "amateurs" done in order to discover what happened to the artifacts removed from Grand Gulch. Introducing the concepts of "reverse archaeology" and "the outdoor museum", this book is incredible! Fred Blackburn's "The Wetherills: Friends of Mesa Verde" is a fabulous companion piece giving more information into one of the most often maligned families of Southwestern archaeology.
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