Marietta Wetherill: Life with the Navajos in Chaco Canyon by Kathryn Jameson
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1998, University of New Mexico Press, second paperbound printing, with 241 pages. "Here is a lively firsthand account of life at one of North America's most famous archealogical ruins. Married to Richard Wetherill, the rancher and amateur archaeologist who ran a trading post in Chaco Canyon from 1896 until he was murdered by a Navajo in 1910, Marietta Wetherill got to know her Navajo neighbors as intimately as an Anglo could." North American Indians; Navajo Nation