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New Light on Chaco Canyon

by David Grant Noble

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David Grant Noble has assembled a collection of nine essays written for the nonspecialist by scholars who shed new light and offer new speculation on the intriguing prehistoric Chaco culture. The essays cover archaelology on the Canyon; Chacoan art, architechture, rock art and astronomy; the puzzling network of roads; and the Navajos who live in the area today.

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