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245 00 From the land of ever winter to the American Southwest :
       |bAthapaskan migrations, mobility, and ethnogenesis /
       |cedited by Deni J. Seymour. 
260    Salt Lake City :|bUniversity of Utah Press,|c©2012. 
300    1 online resource (xii, 443 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |g1.|tAthapaskan migrations, mobility, and ethnogenesis: 
       an introduction /|rDeni J. Seymour --|g2.|tApachean 
       archaeology of Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado and 
       the Colorado Front Range /|rRobert H. Brunswig --|g3.
       |tLooking for Lovitt in all the wrong places: migration 
       models and the Athapaskan diaspora as viewed from eastern 
       Colorado /|rKevin P. Gilmore and Sean Larmore --|g4.
       |tTierra Blanca: a complex issue /|rDavid T. Hughes --|g5.
       |tIsolating a pre-differentiation Athapaskan assemblage in
       the southern southwest: the Cerro Rojo complex /|rDeni J. 
       Seymour --|g6.|tEmergence of the Navajo people /|rDavid M.
       Brugge --|g7.|tNavajo emergence in Dinétah: social 
       imaginary and archaeology /|rDouglas d. Dykeman and Paul 
       Roebuck --|g8.|tWe do not forget; we remember: Mescalero 
       Apache origins and migration as reflected in place names /
       |rDavid L. Carmichael and Claire R. Farrer --|g9.|tFinding
       and not finding Athapaskans in the archaeological record 
       using percentage stratigraphy /|rDale Walde --|g10.
       |tVariation in the production of ceramics by Athapaskans 
       in the western United States /|rDavid V. Hill --|g11.|tDNA
       evidence of a prehistoric Athapaskan migration from the 
       subarctic to the southwest of North America /|rRipan S. 
       Malhi --|g12.|tLinguistic evidence regarding the Apachean 
       migration /|rKeren Rice --|g13.|tApache names in Spanish 
       and early Mexican documents: what they can tell us about 
       the early contact Apache dialect situation /|rWillem J. de
       Reuse --|g14.|tSouthern Athapaskan quotative evidentials: 
       a discursive areal typology /|rAnthony K. Webster --|g15.
       |tThe ancestral Chipewyan became the Navajo and Apache: 
       new support for the northwest plains-mountain route to the
       American southwest /|rBryan C. Gordon --|g16.|tModeling 
       Athapaskan migrations /|rMartin P.R. Magne --|g17.|t"Big 
       trips" and prehistoric Apache movement and interaction: 
       models for early Athapaskan migrations /|rDeni J. Seymour 
       --|g18.|tIssues in Athapaskan prehistory /|rRoy L. 
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588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Athapascan Indians|zSouthwest, New|xOrigin. 
650  0 Athapascan Indians|zSouthwest, New|xMigrations. 
650  0 Athapascan Indians|zSouthwest, New|xAntiquities. 
650  0 Excavations (Archaeology)|zSouthwest, New. 
651  0 Southwest, New|xAntiquities. 
651  7 New Southwest.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01244556 
655  0 Electronic books. 
700 1  Seymour, Deni J. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9781607811756|z1607811758|w(DLC)  
776 08 |iPrint version:|tFrom the land of ever winter to the 
       American Southwest.|dSalt Lake City : University of Utah 
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