Accidents play a much larger part in our lives than most of us are usually prepared to admit. It was a series of pure accidents that projected me into historic site archaeology. At the time, it seemed a strange role for one whose previously expressed interest in the American Southwest had to do with the validation of the Pueblo II slot in the Pecos conference classification, the Basket-Maker/Pueblo transition, and the systematics of southwestern taxonomy.


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