Bill Broyles

Bill Broyles, a research associate at the University of Arizona’s Southwest Center, is coauthor of Among Unknown Tribes, Desert Duty, and Sunshot.
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Sunshot

The University of Arizona Press

The Devil's Highway crosses a stretch of borderland desert in northern Mexico where many immigrants have traveled--and too many have died. It is a despoblado where desperate people defend secret places. But it is also known as El Gran Desierto--a place where stately saguaros stand near aromatic elephant trees, where sand dunes ...

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Field Man

Life as a Desert Archaeologist

The University of Arizona Press

Field Man is the memoir of renowned southwestern archaeologist Julian Dodge Hayden—a blue-collar scholar who challenged conventional thinking on the antiquity of man in the New World, brought a formidable pragmatism to the identification of stone tools, and who is remembered as the leading authority on the prehistory of the Sierra Pinacate.

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Last Water on the Devil's Highway

A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas

The University of Arizona Press
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Desert Duty

On the Line with the U.S. Border Patrol

University of Texas Press
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Among Unknown Tribes

Rediscovering the Photographs of Explorer Carl Lumholtz

University of Texas Press
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America's Most Alarming Writer

Essays on the Life and Work of Charles Bowden

University of Texas Press
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