– Arizona Preservation Conference Starts Tomorrow:
– Summary of a Public Lecture Concerning Hopi Legal Rights Designated by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: From Black Mesa Trust: Federal government may not have the right to lease Hopi assets.
– Best Practices in Tribal Consultation for Historic Preservation.
– Historic Preservation (Tempe, AZ): Decision on the Hayden Flour Mill’s placement on the historic preservation registry delayed.
– Historic Preservation (Phoenix, AZ): Phoenix City Council approved historic designation for eight properties associated with Phoenix African American history, four commercial properties and designated the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park a landmark.
– Historic Archaeology (Tucson, Az): Human Remains located in Dunbar-Spring Neighborhood.
-Historic Research (New Mexico): For anyone wishing to do historical research of Quay County and Tucumcari, the museum has a collection of area history books, high school annuals, directories and old newspapers long gone out of print like the Glenrio Tribune, the Nara Visa Register and the San Jon Acantha.
– Ecological Impacts of Ancient Maize Cultivation: http://tinyurl.com/aoo28
– Rock art (California): Tahquitz Canyon is now open for self guided hikes.
– University of Texas Works to Create Digital Archive of Presidential Libraries:
– Indigenous Rights and the San Francisco Peaks:
– Protection of Indigenous Rights is not Terrorism:
– Apache and Navajo History – The Long Walk:
-Job Announcement (Utah): Curator of Education, Edge of the Cedars Museum
-Job Announcement (AZ): Archaeologist I – Gila River Indian Community
For more information on job postings see http://www.swanet.org/jobs.html
– Carol Macaulay sends this Summary of the Texas Archaeological Society –
The Texas Archeological Society (TAS) is the premier state archeological society in the country! Here