This volume consists of 11 chapters summarizing the results of the multiyear Proyecto Arqueológico Chihuahua (PAC) codirected by Jane Holden Kelley (with Joe Stewart and Richard Garvin). David Phillips Jr. should be commended for his commitment to seeing this volume to publication after Kelley's illness and subsequent death.

The chapters include syntheses of survey and excavation data from the understudied southern portion of the Casas Grandes region, which is primarily known for the occupation of the large prehistoric site, Paquimé, in northern Chihuahua. Project technical reports are available online from the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology (again thanks to Phillips), so researchers interested in pursuing some of the intriguing questions raised by these chapters can access additional data there. The volume will appeal to a wide range of researchers, including those interested in the late prehistory of northern Mexico and the US Southwest...

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