Navajo Wildlands: ‘as long as the rivers shall run’ (Sierra Club, 1967/Sierra Club-Ballantine, 1969): with photographs by Philip Hyde, this award-winning coffee-table book extolls the beauties of the Four Corners Region’s Navajo Country and of traditional Navajo culture.
Ancient Ocean Crossings
Stephen C. Jett. Ancient Ocean Crossings: Reconsidering the Case for Contacts with America before Columbus. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press. [in press, as a book in hard and soft cover and as an e-book]
Stephen C. Jett. France, ed. Lee Marcott. Modern World Nations, ed. Charles F. Gritzner, 126 pp. (includes illustrations by others). Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. [exists as a Kindle e-book and as a University Press Audio-book, Mendocino, CA]
Stephen C. Jett, with Chauncey M. Neboyia, William Morgan, Sr., and Robert W. Young. Navajo Placenames and Trails of the Canyon de Chelly System, Arizona, xxi + 248 pp. American Indian Studies, Vol. 12. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Navajo Architecture: Forms, History, Distributions (with Virginia E. Spencer; The University of Arizona Press, 1981): an award-winning thorough and heavily illustrated survey of the past and present of Navajo dwellings, sweathouses, and other structures.
House of Three Turkeys
House of Three Turkeys: Anasazi Redoubt (Capra, 1977): with photographs by Dave Bohn, this slim volume records one of the Southwest’s best-preserved and most handsome cliff dwellings.