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People of the River by  W. Michael &  Kathleen O'Neal Gear Gear - Signed First Edition - 1992 - from E Ridge fine Books and

People of the River

by Gear, W. Michael & Kathleen O'Neal Gear

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket

Tom Doherty Associates. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed by All Authors; 0312852355 . Signed by Author. Signed by both Michael Gear and Kathleen on the ffep. Straight, tight (unopened?) unclipped copy. Single red stamp under the signatures "return to FPOA library"; library unknown. A novel of prehistoric North America. Illustrated with two maps, and a selected bibliography. The authors are archaeologists who write of the area where they work. This is the fourth novel in a series that presents prehistoric life in North America through the description of different cultures. ; First North Americans; 9.2 X 6.3 X 1.4 inches; 400 pages .

People of the River is the fourth novel in The First North Americans series. It dramatizes the story of the mound-building Cahokia empire on the Mississippi River.


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