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This 32 page double issue of Archaeology Southwest looks at 4,000 years of history in the Old Pueblo. Covered in this issue is a breadth of topics including the early agricultural, the Hohokam, and the Spanish Colonial periods right up through the early 20th century.

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This issue’s articles include:
• Tucson Underground: The Archaeology of a Desert Community – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Early Farming Settlements along the Santa Cruz River – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Blowing Smoke – Jenny L. Adams, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Early Ceramic and Hohokam Periods in Downtown Tucson – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Gaming Pieces from the Clearwater Site – Ralph Koziarski, Drayton Archaeological Research
• The Village of S-cuk Son and Mission San Agustin – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Twenty Years of Archaeology at the Tucson Presidio – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Cuartillas and Counterfeiters in the Borderlands – Alan Ferg, Arizona State Museum
• Historic Era Farming – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• The Archaeology of Two Mexican Families – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Sister Amelia’s Crucifix – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Historic Tohono O’odham Pottery – James M. Heidke, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Warner’s Mill – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Archaeology along the Train Tracks – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• The Wieland Bottling Works – Jeffrey T. Jones and Jennifer Hushour, Tierra Right of Way Services, Ltd.
• Tucson Origins: Digital Resources
• The End of Life in Tucson – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology
• The Alameda-Stone Cemetery – Michael Heilen and Marlesa A. Gray, Statistical Research, Inc.
• Los Angelitos – Michael Heilen and Kristin Sewell, Statistical Research, Inc.
• The Forgotten Court Street Cemetery – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Endangered: The Marist College – Jennifer Levistik, Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation
• Backsight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology

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