Archaeology

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From Household to Empire

The University of Arizona Press

Published in cooperation with the

William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University

Settlers at Santa Fe and outlying homesteads during the seventeenth century established a thriving economy that saw the exchange of commodities produced by ...

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Pots, Potters, and Models

Statistical Research Inc., Statistical Research, Inc.

This CD-ROM and book present the research at a large, dispersed residential settlement located along the Santa Cruz River occupied during the Rincon phase of the Sedentary period between about A.D. 950 and 1100. One of the most intensively excavated settlements in the Tucson Basin, excavations at the SRI locus provided an opportunity to ...

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Hopi Oral Tradition and the Archaeology of Identity

The University of Arizona Press

As contemporary Native Americans assert the legacy of their ancestors, there is increasing debate among archaeologists over the methods and theories used to reconstruct prehistoric identity and the movement of social groups. This is especially problematic with respect to the emergence of southwestern tribes, which involved shifting ...

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Thirty Years Into Yesterday

The University of Arizona Press

For thirty years, the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School at Grasshopper—a 500-room Mogollon pueblo located on what is today the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona--probed the past, taught scholars of international repute, and generated controversy. This book offers an extraordinary window into a changing ...

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Thirty Years Into Yesterday

The University of Arizona Press

For thirty years, the University of Arizona Archaeological Field School at Grasshopper—a 500-room Mogollon pueblo located on what is today the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona--probed the past, taught scholars of international repute, and generated controversy. This book offers an extraordinary window into a changing ...

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The Safford Valley Grids

The University of Arizona Press

Crisscrossing Pleistocene terrace tops and overlooking the Gila River in southeastern Arizona are acres and acres of rock alignments that have perplexed archaeologists for a century. Well known but poorly understood, these features have long been considered agricultural, but exactly what was cultivated, how, and why remained a ...

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