The Water Seekers

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Categories: Nonfiction

In the sun-drenched Gila Valley of Arizona are the remnants of another Southwestern society the Hohokam people. A thousand years ago they had achieved an advanced civilization through
the wise use of


water. By patient, plodding labor they built elaborate canals up to twenty-five miles long, irrigating more land than any other people on the American continent in their time. By an American historian of the twentieth century, Remi A. Nadeau.

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