5 edition of Report of an archaeological reconnaissance in the Mohave Sink region found in the catalog.
Report of an archaeological reconnaissance in the Mohave Sink region
Malcolm Jennings Rogers
1929 in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||by Malcolm J. Rogers.|
|Series||San Diego Museum papers,, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||F856 .S19 vol. 1, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||32004283|
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Number 1 REPORT OF AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE IN THE MOHAVE SINK REGION by Malcolm J. Rogers,reprinted $ Number 2 YUMAN POTTERY MAKING by Malcolm J. Rogers,reprinted Number 3 EARLY LITHIC INDUSTRIES OF THE LOWER BASIN OF THE COLORADO RIVER AND ADJACENT. small group, include the address where the book can be purchased and any special ordering instruc tions.
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He described the region bordering the Report of an archaeological reconnaissance in the Mohave Sink region book as "an immense level plain, consisting of soft mud, frequently traversed by small meandering rills of salt and sulphurous water, with occasional springs of fresh, all of which sink before reaching the lake." Snow began to fall as winter set in and made further work impossible.
The Halloran Springs turquoise mines in the Mohave River sink region have been surveyed and described by Malcolm Rogers of the San Diego Museum of Man. His re port, published in and recently reprinted provides ample evidence that the Halloran mines had bee~ worked by Southwest Puebloan peoples, although the specific rela.
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