Publisher: University of Utah Press,U.S.
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 662 g
Dimensions: 253 x 229 x 11 mm
"Simms's book is excellent! I really like his take on Fremont, I like the narrative descriptions of various Fremont settlements, and I like his treatment of rock art balanced and scholarly without losing the interest and excitement of that astonishing Fremont medium."--Stephen H. Lekson, professor of anthropology and curator, University of Colorado Museum of Natural History
"An interesting read as well as a visual treat."--Utah Historical Quarterly
"Simms commendably presents complex debates in contemporary archaeology about Fremont society, far exceeding the usual descriptive and simple theorizing fare that characterizes much popular archaeological literature. The book is beautifully illustrated with stunning photography of Fremont material culture and rock art, complemented by text that lucidly outlines a model of Fremont society and origins that Simms has been developing over the years, making the book also relevant to professional archaeologists."--New Mexico Historical Review