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    • Oral History with Don Greg Jordan, March 1 and 15, 2011

    • Oral History with Don Greg Jordan, March 1 and 15, 2011
    • Jordan, Don Greg
    • Phoenix (Ariz.)--History; Jordan, Ben; Teachers--Arizona--Phoenix; Library employees--Arizona--Phoenix--Biography; Phoenix (Ariz.)--Social life and customs
    • Don Greg Jordan was born in 1946 in Colorado and came to Phoenix, Arizona with his parents, Benjamin Hutston and Naomi (Free) Jordan, in 1949. His parents were teachers; his father, Ben, taught at Phoenix Union High School, and his mother, Naomi,...
    • Oral History with George Proctor, May 19, 2011

    • Oral History with George Proctor, May 19, 2011
    • Proctor, George
    • World War, 1939-1945--Pacific Area; Mexican Americans--Arizona; Local government--Santa Cruz County (Ariz.)
    • George Proctor was born in Tucson, Arizona in 1918 and grew up on ranches in the Santa Ritas Mountains area. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in range ecology and was drafted into the U.S. Army for World War II. Mr. Proctor...
    • Oral History with Javier Villalobos, March 11, 2011

    • Oral History with Javier Villalobos, March 11, 2011
    • Villalobos, Javier
    • Phoenix (Ariz.); Mexican Americans--Social life and customs; Immigration and the transnational experience; Automobiles--Bodies--Maintenance and repair--Arizona
    • Javier Villalobos came to Arizona in 1979 from Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico. In this interview, he talks about his family and education, working in a professional body shop, and his sideline of singing and playing the guitar. This interview is in...
    • The Golden West: Program Ideas for Public Libraries

    • The Golden West: Program Ideas for Public Libraries
    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • West (U.S.) – In literature; American Literature – West (U.S.); West (U.S.) – Literary Collections; West (U.S.) Description and travel; Phoenix (Ariz.) – Description and travel
    • Booklet containing aids for planning public humanities programs around the theme of “The Golden West.” Booklet, illustrated with photos and maps, is 16 pages, and also contains loose prefatory, program flyer, bookmark reading list, sample...
    • Review and analysis of the Flagstaff culture

    • Review and analysis of the Flagstaff culture
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Indians of North America; Antiquities; Architecture, Prehistoric; Pit houses; Tree-rings
    • (14,462kb pdf) Gladwin compares the previous work done on the architecture of the Flagstaff culture by Colton, Spicer, McGregor and Hargrave with tree-ring dating done by Douglass and McGregor and concludes that the tree-rings dates are in direct...
    • Some resemblances in the ceramics of Central and North America

    • Some resemblances in the ceramics of Central and North America
    • Vaillant, George Clapp, 1901-1945
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Archaeological surveying; Pottery, Prehistoric; Civilization; Indian influences; Indians of Central America; Indians of Mexico
    • (14,990kb pdf) Critical analysis of similarities and differences between various cultures of North and Central America; subsequent ideas as to the types of interactions (if any) between the cultures in North America and their counterparts in...
    • Analysis of Hohokam pottery design

    • Analysis of Hohokam pottery design
    • Amsden, Charles Avery, 1899-1941
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Hohokam pottery; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (15,380kb pdf) Analysis of design techniques and treatments used in Hohokam pottery.
    • Prehistoric skeletal remains from the Texas coast

    • Prehistoric skeletal remains from the Texas coast
    • Woodbury, George, 1902-1973
    • Indians of North America; Ethnoarchaeology; Anthropology, Prehistoric; Human remains (Archaeology)
    • (16,080kb pdf) An analysis of skeletal remains found in Texas in the coastal region, examining specifically the skulls, arms, and legs. Clues pertaining to culture are extrapolated from composition and structure of the bones.
    • Archaeological survey of Verde Valley

    • Archaeological survey of Verde Valley
    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian Pottery; Archaeological surveying; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Kivas; Cliff-dwellings
    • (16,164kb pdf) A survey to the north along the Mogollon Rim and Verde Valley using ruins and sherds to identify distinct cultures- signs of their origins and entry into the region.
    • Red-on-buff culture of the Gila Basin

    • Red-on-buff culture of the Gila Basin
    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian Pottery; Archaeological surveying; Hohokam culture; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Pottery, Prehistoric; Architecture, Prehistoric
    • (16,287kb pdf) An examination of clues left by the Red-on-Buff (Hohokam) culture in the vicinity of the Gila Basin as they pertain to understanding the culture; clues including pottery sherds, rubbish mounds, and architectural ruins.
    • Cochise culture

    • Cochise culture
    • Sayles, E. B. (Edwin Booth), 1892-1977
    • Cochise culture; Excavations (Archaeology); Paleo-Indians; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (16,792kb pdf) Excavations from the early-to-mid 1930's in southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico and northern Mexico resulted in the classification of a new culture, the Cochise culture.
    • Red-on-buff culture of the Papagueria

    • Red-on-buff culture of the Papagueria
    • [Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965]
    • Ceramics; Indian Pottery; Archaeological surveying; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Architecture, Prehistoric; Hohokam culture
    • (17,553kb pdf) An examination of clues left by the Red-on-Buff (Hohokam) culture in the vicinity of the Papagueria as they pertain to understanding the culture; clues including pottery sherds, rubbish mounds, and architectural ruins.
    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley

    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Archaeological surveying; Pueblo Indians; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (17,796kb, 13,414kb pdfs) Describes the excavations and findings at the White Mound and the Red Mesa Valley areas and their significance to the Pueblo cultures.
    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series II

    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series II
    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (19,439kb pdf) Pottery from the Little Colorado River area is analyzed with the Chaco Canyon and Upper Gila River areas to define a possible new Little Colorado culture.
    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series IV

    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series IV
    • Haury, Emil W. (Emil Walter), 1904-1992
    • Ceramics; Indian Pottery; Archaeological surveying; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Pottery, Prehistoric; Hohokam culture; Mogollon culture; Mimbres culture
    • (22,910kb pdf) Archaeological surveys of the Mogollon and Mimbres cultures in order to better understand the Hohokam culture.
    • Tree ring analysis: problems of dating II. the Tusayan ruin

    • Tree ring analysis: problems of dating II. the Tusayan ruin
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Indians of North America; Archaeological dating; Archaeological surveying; Tree-rings; Dendrochronology
    • (3,431kb pdf) Critical analysis of similarities and differences in various tree-ring data obtained from the Tusayan Ruin in an attempt reach a consensus as to the date of the ruins in the region.
    • Excavations at Snaketown III: revisions

    • Excavations at Snaketown III: revisions
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Ceramics; Indian Pottery; Archaeological surveying; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Pottery, Prehistoric; Mogollon culture; Mimbres culture; Pueblo Indians; Cochise culture
    • (3,511kb pdf) Paper revising a prior Medallion paper concerning excavations of Snaketown and the presentation of new theories about the "Mogollon" culture based on new analysis and information.
    • Use of potsherds in an archaeological survey in the Southwest

    • Use of potsherds in an archaeological survey in the Southwest
    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Archaeological surveying; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Navajo Indians; Pottery, Prehistoric
    • (3,834kb pdf) Crucial importance of potsherds in conducting surveys of the Southwest in the absense of other tangible artifacts.
    • Eastern range of the red-on-buff culture

    • Eastern range of the red-on-buff culture
    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian Pottery; Archaeological surveying; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Yuman Indians; Mohave Indians; Hohokam pottery; Architecture, Prehistoric
    • (31,131kb pdf) A survey of the extent to which the Red-on-Buff culture expanded along its eastern front despite geographic obstacles

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