Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest Series - Mogollon
Code: P1702 Author: Rose Houk Publisher: Western National Parks Association ISBN: 9781877856112 Soft cover: 16 pages, 9" x 9". Member Price: $3.38 Non-Member Price: $3.95
Southwestern New Mexico, with its high, grassy desert and rocky rivers, was home to the Mogollon people from about 200 B.C. to A.D. 1450. They are still known for the beautiful black-on-white ceramics they designed and for their village at Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. This book depicts their architecture and their pottery while describing what we know of these people of the past.
See below for great savings on all five books in the Prehistoric Cultures Series! ^~Author: Rose Houk ^~Publisher: Western National Parks Association ^~ISBN: 9781877856112 ^~Soft cover: 16 pages, 9" x 9".
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
G0205 Author: Laurence Parent Publisher: Western National Parks Association ISBN: 9781583690505 Soft cover: 16 pages, 9" x 9". Member Price: $4.23 Non-Member Price: $4.95