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Claude N. Warren is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA.Joan S. Schneider is recently retired from her position as associate state archaeologist with California State Parks, USA.
"Evoking a very different era of archaeological exploration, Warren and Schneider tell the story of a true pioneer in understanding the deep history of the California and Nevada deserts. Lacking any formal academic training, Elizabeth Crozer Campbell transcended chauvinism and professional rivalries to develop unique insights into the relationship of landforms, sites, and human behavior. A must read for anyone interested in the developmental stages of American archaeology and how some researchers achieved reasonable chronological controls before the advent of radiometric dating." --Mark E. Basgall, Professor of Anthropology, CSU Sacramento "The authors' incredible breadth of knowledge on the region's early archaeology is evident. Their book will aid future researchers in understanding the history of archaeological research in this area." --Heidi Roberts, founder and director of HRA Incorporated, Conservation Archaeology