Dicke, Robert J. (ed.) / Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume XLIV (1955)
McCabe, Robert A.
The prehistoric engineer-farmers of Chihuahua, pp. 75-90 PDF (6.1 MB)
80 Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters [Vc~l. 44 "ruins". Only a discerning eye would have spotted any ruins at this place. I had hunted quail over the site many times without having noticed anything peculiar. Once scrutinized, many manmade features became evident. The site was a flat place or small bench on an escarpment 50 feet above the river. The area encompassed about two acres and was irregular in shape. The sheer walls of the escarpment on the south and southeast quarter dropped directly into the river, which flows around the promonOne of the stones bearing hieroglyphics found in the ruins along the Gavilan River. This stone measured fifteen by twenty inche$.
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