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Merrill The history and details of how agriculture spread and became entrenched over vast areas are difficult to elucidate. In this chapter, physiographic, environmental, and recently acquired archaeological information from southern Chihuahua is used to contextualize the arrival of maize agriculture in the region sometime between ca. c. The purpose of doing so is to better understand settlement patterns and other aspects of adaptation in the region during the interval when agriculture arrived and to build a foundation for further research.

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