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The Walhalla Plateau

 

Douglas W. Schwartz, Jane Kepp, and Richard C. Chapman

The Walhalla Plateau, part of the Grand Canyon’s north rim, was the site of seasonal farming by prehistoric Pueblo Indians who later left behind their agricultural terraces and small stone farmhouses. During the winters, these farmers probably retreated to the warmer canyon below. This book presents data from the School of American Research’s survey and excavation on the Walhalla Plateau, discussing the dynamics of settlement expansion and decline and the economic adaptation to this marginal, high-altitude environment.

1979. 170 pp., 6 x 9

Contributors: Richard C. Chapman, Jane Kepp, Douglas W. Schwartz

Narrated by Douglas W. Schwartz. This video is a segment from a longer movie produced by Douglas W. Schwartz for the Grand Canyon Project in connection with National Geographic.

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Preface by Douglas W. Schwartz
Acknowledgments

  1. Introduction
  2. The Physical Environment
  3. Settlement History
  4. Ceramics
  5. Stone Artifacts
  6. Summary and Discussion

Appendices

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