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date: 07 December 2019

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The Eastern Pueblo region, home to numerous modern Indigenous communities and the archaeological remains associated with their ancestors, is one of the largest cultural areas in the Southwest. This terrain, including sites of extraordinary size and complexity, has been studied by archaeologists for more than 150 years, attracting the attention of such pioneers as Adolph Bandelier, A. V. Kidder, and Anna Shephard. This continuity of scholarship provides the distinctive opportunity to track long-term trends in research themes and aspects of archaeological practice. These traditions, with specific reference to the topics of migration, aggregation, and landscape, are explored in this chapter.

Keywords: Eastern Pueblo, Tanoan, Keresan, Plains-Pueblo interaction, migration, aggregation, landscape

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