Newberry Cave

C. Alan Davis and Gerald A. Smith

This particular book offers an insight into the desert southwest’s past. It contains an official publication of an archaeological study. It can be a bit cumbersome to someone other than an archaeologist, but it is a study worth reading. One of the reasons this particular study has meant a great deal to me is because it covers an area that I have explored extensively and know well. For anyone taking on a mountain range or an ecosystem as a whole it will be worthwhile looking up the various archaeological studies that pertain to it. Although many of these studies contain language meant for a professional, one can still ascertain a lot of information found nowhere else.