News from Archaeology Southwest

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Study Reveals National Significance of the Great Bend of the Gila

An in-depth study released by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Archaeology Southwest provides a historical perspective on the significance of the cultural resources and natural landscape encompassed within the Great Bend of the Gila National Monument Proposal. more...

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Santa Fe Underground: Archaeology in the City Different

Latest edition of Archaeology Southwest Magazine reviews recent findings; City of Santa Fe to celebrate release at Collected Works on Nov. 11, 2015 more...

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Doelle to Receive Thompson Award

Archaeology Southwest’s staff and board offer warm congratulations to Bill on this well-deserved accolade!   more...

Las Capas Reports

The Archaeology of Southern Arizona’s Early Farmers

Our partners at Desert Archaeology, Inc., have recently completed final reports on the Las Capas site, which provides substantial new insights into agricultural practices of the Early Agricultural period in the Tucson Basin. more...

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Projectile Points Made and Used by the Southwest’s Earliest Farmers

A new book by expert R. Jane Sliva of  Desert Archaeology, Inc., presents the first broad study of Early Agricultural  projectile points in the Southwest U.S. more...

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