Recent work in the upper San Juan Basin has more than doubled the number of known, as well as excavated, sites. Without exception, this work has modified and expanded long-held views of the PaleoIndian, Archaic, Anasazi, and Navajo people who inhabited the area. The papers presented in this volume reflect these changes and represent the cutting edge of southwestern archaeology.
United States Bureau of Land Management, "Cultural Diversity & Adaptation: The Archaic, Anasazi, & Navajo Occupation of the Upper San Juan Basin" (1992). All U.S. Government Documents (Utah Regional Depository). Paper 238.