Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM])

A Classic Period Community in the Northeastern Tucson Basin

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In the 1960s and 1970s, Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society volunteers, University of Arizona students, and Pima College stu-dents excavated Whiptail Ruin, a mid- to late- AD 1200s village in the northeastern Tucson Basin. This volume presents the results of anal-yses of the notes and artifacts from work at that site.
Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM])
310 Pages 8.5 x 11 x 0.8 Published: 2011 Paperback (9781889747880)

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