A guide book by authors Beth and Bill Sagstetter, this volume serves as an introduction to Southwestern archaeology, giving tools that will help in the understanding and observation of the of cliff-dwelling sites from Four Corners region to the Sierra Madres in Mexico, and an introduction to the Pueblo people of the Southwest who inhabited these structures.
The book is highly illustrated with black and white photographs, and engravings from rare and antique books.
- Author: Bill and Beth Sagstetter
- Perfect Paperback: 360 pages
- Publisher: BenchMark Publishing of Colorado; 1st Edition edition (March 1, 2010)
- ISBN-10: 0964582422
- Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 8.4 x 1.2 inches
Bill and Beth Sagstetter have been exploring the backcountry of the Greater American Southwest for over forty years. They are a researcher/photographer/writer team. They were a photographer/correspondent team for the Denver Post for two years. The Sagstetter byline has appeared on hundreds of magazine articles to date. They are the authors of the best-selling book, The Mining Camps Speak. This is their fourth book. They produced four prime-time documentary films for television. The Mystery of Huajatolla (Wah-ha-toy-ah) went on to win an award at the Aspen Arts Film Festival. Bill has taught Colorado history and filmmaking at the college level as an honorarium instructor. Their home is in Denver.