Message #103
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 

Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998
Subject: Navajo Ethnography, Rock Art, Archaeology/History

[ AzTeC / SWA SASIG ] :

From: Meli Duran

The next volume of the Archaeological Society of
New Mexico Papers in Honor of David M. Brugge will
be available May 1, 1998. We are taking advanced
orders for individuals who are not members of the
Archaeological Society of New Mexico. Members
receive a copy with their membership. The 18
articles concern Navajo ethnography, Navajo rock
art, and the archaeology/history of the Four Corners
area. Included in the volume are the following papers:

David M. Brugge (biography)
Carol J. Condie

The Navajo and the Goat
Garrick A. Bailey and Roberta G. Bailey

Hane Nazt'i:Webs of Meaning Across the Grand Canyon Landscape
Richard M. Begay and Alexa Roberts

Four Thousand Years at One Campsite: Bull Canyon Revisited
Richard Binggeli, Cheryl Muceus, and James Oda

Old Wood and Early Navajo: A Chronometric Analysis of the Dinetah
Gary M. Brown

Navajo Hero Twin Ceremonial Art in Dinetah
James Copeland

On the Trail of Chinle's "Big House"
Charlotte J. Frisbie

Mesoamerican Pochteca and the Chaco Phenomenon
Theodore R. Frisbie

Historic-period Colonization of the Northern Chaco Plateau,
Northwestern New Mexico
Dennis Gilpin

Buck Lowrey, Indian Trader at Marble Canyon, 1920s-1930s
Laura Graves

The Impact of Relocation on Hardrock Chapter
Jennie R. Joe

Territory and Hogan: Local Homelands of the Navajo
Stephen C. Jett

Anthropological Traditions versus Navajo Traditions about Early
Navajo History
Klara Kelley and Harris Francis

The Human Figure in Navajo Rock Art, with an Emphasis on
Mockingbird Canyon, Chaco
by Jane Kolber

Chaco Canyon Navajo
Lloyd M. Pierson

Weaving at the Margins: Navajo Men as Weavers
Louise Stiver

Navajo Culturally Modified Trees in the Dinetah
Ronald H. Towner, Leslie Sesler, and Tim Hovezak

Tobacco in the Navajo Creation Story
Joseph Winter

A limited number of volumes will be printed above
the 325 copies for the membership, so it will be
first ordered, first sent. Past volumes have not
been reprinted, so if you want a copy, order now!

The cost will be $19.95, plus $2.50 for shipping
and handling at book rate. Orders should be send to:

Dolores Sundt
Archaeological Society of New Mexico
PO Box 3485, Albuquerque, NM 87110