Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest Series - Sinagua
Code: P1704 Author: Rose Houk Publisher: Western National Parks Association ISBN: 9781877856099 Soft cover: 16 pages, 9" x 9". Member Price: $3.38 Non-Member Price: $3.95
The Sinagua ("without water" in Spanish) were a culture who left evidence of their life in the arid high country of Arizona almost a thousand years ago. The buildings and artifacts they left behind show how they interacted with the ancestral Puebloans as well as the desert cultures of southern Arizona. Today national monuments preserve Sinagua ruins at Montezuma Castle and Wupatki in Arizona.
See below for great savings on all five books in the Prehistoric Cultures Series! ^~Author: Rose Houk ^~Publisher: Western National Parks Association ^~ISBN: 9781877856099 ^~Soft cover: 16 pages, 9" x 9".
Montezuma Castle National Monument
M0649 Author: Susan Lamb Publisher: Western National Parks Association ISBN: 9781583690413 Soft cover: 16 pages, 7 3/4" x 10". Member Price: $4.23 Non-Member Price: $4.95