The Marana Community in the Hohokam World

Suzanne K. Fish (Editor), Paul R. Fish (Editor), John H. Madsen (Editor)
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This account of Classic Period settlement in the Tucson Basin between A.D. 1100 and 1300 is the first comprehensive description of the organization of territory, subsistence, and society in a Hohokam community of an outlying region. Broad recovery of settlement patterns reveals in unique detail the developmental history of the Marana Community and its hierarchical structure about a central site with a platform mound. Remains of diverse agricultural technologies demonstrate the means for supporting populations of previously unrecognized size.

The Marana Community in the Hohokam World
140 Pages 8.5 x 11 x 0.4 Published: 1992 Paperback (9780816513147)

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