1 Guy Davenport, “The Geography of the Imagination,” title essay in The Geography of the Imagination (Boston: David R. Godine Publisher, 1997).
2 J. Walter Fewkes, “The Cave Dwellings of the Old and New Worlds” in American Anthropologist 12:3 (1910), 394. Despite its age, Fewkes’ account is still one of the most thorough available. Fewkes (1850–1930) was instrumental in the preservation, excavation, and documentation of numerous Native American sites in the southwestern United States and served as director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Bureau of American Ethnology. He supervised excavations at Casa Grande, a Hohokam site just outside Phoenix, Arizona, and at Mesa Verde, Colorado.
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