Archaeology making the news – a service of the Center for Desert Archaeology
– A three-part (true) story about archaeologists and WalMart Developers in Santa Fe. (From Thomas McIntosh, MA, RPA, Santa Fe)
1. Wal-mart Supercenter: Archaeologist: developers discount site findings
2. Entrada Contenta Development: Gorman says further site studies not needed
3. Letter to the Editor 08-12-06
– The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society presented its two prestigious awards at the 2006 Pecos Conference just held at Navajo Lake, NM. The Cumming award went to Tom Windes of Chaco fame and was presented by David Breternitz. The Stoner award was present by Lex Lindsay to Jay and Helen Crotty renowned for their rock art recording work. Details will appear in a future issue of GLYPHS.
– Heritage Park plan opinions sought: Tucsonans on Wednesday evening can get their first sight of what will be built at Tucson Origins Heritage Park.
– City’s tricenntenial celebration protested: Navajos and Pueblos protesting the Albuquerque Tricentennial Celebration said the conquest of lands and slaughter of Native people should not be a cause for celebration.
– Event: Hayden Flour Mill: Principal Investigators Victoria Vargas and Robert Stokes, from Archaeological Consulting Services to discuss the findings of the archaeology testing project conducted at the Hayden Flour Mill site in June and July at Third Thirstday Night Caf