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Tingambato: Adventure in Archaeology epub

by Iris Noble


Tingambato: Adventure in Archaeology epub

ISBN: 0671430149

ISBN13: 978-0671430146

Author: Iris Noble

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Archaeology

Language: English

Publisher: Julian Messner (January 1, 1983)

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Tingambato : Archeology Today in Mexico. A study of the Tarascan empire, a Latin American civilization destroyed by the Spanish, discusses archaeological excavations on the site of the Mexican village of Tingambato.

Tingambato : Archeology Today in Mexico. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780671430146. Release Date:October 1982.

Iris Noble (22 February 1922 in Calgary, Alberta – 30 June 1986 in Pátzcuaro, Mexico) was a Canadian-American journalist and a prolific writer of books, best known for writing biographies for teens. Iris Noble was born as Iris Davis in Canada to parents from the US. At the age of 11 they moved to Oregon. Iris would obtain her bachelor's from the University of Oregon. At just 18 years old, in 1940, she married Hollister Noble, also a writer, with whom she later lived in New York City and California.

Iris Noble (22 February 1922 in Calgary, Alberta – 30 June 1986 in Pátzcuaro, Mexico) was a Canadian-American journalist and a prolific writer of books, best known for writing . Tingambato: Adventure in Archaeology (1983). "Courage in Her Hands by Iris Noble". Retrieved 4 April 2017.

About Iris Noble: Born in Canada to American parents, Mrs. Noble grew up on a horse ranch, then reclaimed her . In 1983, Tingambato: Adventure in Archeology (1982) was awarded a silver medal by the New York Academy of Sciences

About Iris Noble: Born in Canada to American parents, Mrs. Noble grew up on a horse ranch, then reclaimed her American citizenship at eleven when she an. .In 1983, Tingambato: Adventure in Archeology (1982) was awarded a silver medal by the New York Academy of Sciences. She died on June 30, 1986 in Patzcuaro, Mexico.

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A study of the Tarascan empire, a Latin American civilization destroyed by the Spanish, discusses archaeological excavations on the site of the Mexican village of Tingambato