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    • Archaeological survey of Chihuahua, Mexico

    • Sayles, E. B. (Edwin Booth), 1892-1977
    • Archaeological surveying; Indians of Central America; Architecture, Prehistoric; Indian pottery; Pottery, Prehistoric; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (36,648kb pdf) Archaeological survey of Chihuahua, Mexico to determine the culture groups that may have inhabited or influenced the development of culture in the area.
    • Plainware Effigy Pot

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This artifact was found at the J. Cowan ranch in Sulpher Spring Valley, Cochise County, Arizona. Excavated between 1968 and 1983 by Cochise College Archeology Department, created between 1200 and 1400 CE, this pot is 17 cm high, 16 cm long and has...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1972

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, January 1972

      Contents:
      1. Editor’s Letter: From Arizona With Love, by Joseph Stacey.
      4. The Institute of American Indian Art: Where a renaissance is preparing to emerge. By Lloyd New.
      6. London Bridge at Home...
    • Arizona Highways, March 1992

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, March 1992

      Contents:
      02 ALONG THE WAY Even macho types can stop to smell the flowers along the roadside.
      03 LETTERS
      04 ARCHEOLOGY. UNEARTHING THE SALADO’S LOST WORLD Text by Peter Aleshire. Photographs by...
    • Arizona Highways, September 1990

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, September 1990

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 BLM SCORES IN REAL ESTATE COUP In a classic trade-off, the historic Empire and Cienega ranches - 37,000 acres of prime grassland - are converted into a...
    • Arizona Highways, February 1990

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 1990

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 HIGH COUNTRY SNOW SURVEY Text by Lawrence W. Cheek. Photographs by Richard Weston. Maintaining optimum water levels in desert reservoirs requires...
    • 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
    • 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...
    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series III

    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Indians of North America; Antiquities; Archaeological surveying; Pottery, Prehistoric; Hohokam culture
    • (13,721kb pdf) Examination of Red-on-Buff pottery to better understand the Hohokam.
    • Some Southwestern pottery types, series I

    • Gladwin, Winifred, 1889-1965
    • Ceramics; Indian pottery; Salado pottery; Antiquities; Hopi Indians; Yavapai Indians; Tonto Indians
    • (5,962kb pdf) Classification of several types of pottery found in the Flagstaff/Globe region of the Southwest and assignment of distinctive styles to specific cultures.
    • Learning Packet: Clothing and Costume

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Clothing and dress; Costume -- Arizona.
    • "Clothing and Costume: Learning Packet for Group and Individual Study" is a learning packet which looks back at the history of clothing and costumes in the Sonoran Desert region and explores how clothing evolved from necessary protection from the...
    • 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.
    • "The Traveler" Glendale Community College Literary Magazine, 1979

    • Glendale Community College
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.); College students' writings, American--Arizona--Glendale--Periodicals; Creative writing (Higher education)--Periodicals; Short stories, American--Periodicals; American poetry--20th...
    • The Traveler, Spring, 1979. Editor: Wendy Dodd. Staff: Barbara Barbera; Judi Bieda; Steven Clayman; Brenda Hammond; Ki Roever; Carl Smith. Advisors: Conrad Bayley; Marilyn L. Schiedat. Cover: Sue Sterner.
    • Shell pendant

    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Small frog or toad effigy pendant, manufactured from a juvenile Glycymeris shell. The Hohokam culture is noted for its shell jewelry; they used shell from the Gulf of California and the Pacific coast. Frogs or toads are very common design motifs...
    • Gila Plain bird effigy pitcher

    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Small, Gila Plain bird effigy pitcher. This effigy vessel was recovered from a habitation area, located east of the platform mound at Pueblo Grande. Bird effigy vessels such as this one were made later in the Hohokam cultural sequence.
    • 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.

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