Contents: List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgments 1. Archaeology and Architecture 2. Grasshopper Region and Research Overview 3. Architectural Description and Analysis 4. Pueblo Growth and Intrasite Chronology 5. Architecture and Grasshopper Society 6. Summary and Conclustions Appendix: Architectural Data Tables Notes References Index
Charles R. Riggs is associate professor of anthropology at Fort Lewis College, Colorado.
“Both readable and dynamically supported with high-quality visual and analytical content, Riggs’s book stands out among architectural studies of its kind.”—American Antiquity “Particularly well researched. A significant contribution to Southwestern archaeology and in particular to the architectural study of Grasshopper Pueblo.”—Journal of Anthropological Research "Contains a wealth of information that will be of great value to scholars interested in architecture both in the Southwest and elsewhere."—Ruth Van Dyke, California State University-Fullerton