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Abbott, David R. (editor)
2003 Centuries of Decline during the Hohokam Classic Period at Pueblo Grande. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
Abbott, David R., Scott E. Ingram, and Brent G. Kober
2006 Hohokam Exchange and Early Classic Period Organization in Central Arizona: Focal Villages or Linear Communities? Journal of Field Archaeology 31(3):285–305.
Caseldine, Christopher R.
2020 Hohokam Irrigation Longevity and Agricultural Success in the Lower Salt River Valley, Arizona. Ph.D. dissertation, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University, Tempe.
Clark, Jeffery J. and David R. Abbott
2017 Classic Period Hohokam. In The Oxford Handbook of Southwest Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Mills and Severin Fowles, pp. 353–380. Oxford University Press, New York.
Craig, Douglas B. and M. Kyle Woodson
2017 Preclassic Hohokam. In The Handbook of Southwest Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Mills and Severin Fowles, pp. 323–351. Oxford University Press, New York.
Fish, Suzanne K., and Paul R. Fish
2007 The Hohokam Millennium. School for Advanced Research Press, Santa Fe.
Haury, Emil W.
1945 The Excavations of Los Muertos and Neighboring Ruins in the Salt River Valley, Southern Arizona. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology No. 24. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.
1976 The Hohokam: Desert Farmers and Craftsmen, Excavations at Snaketown 1964–65. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
Howard, Jerry B.
1987 The Lehi Canal System: Organization of a Classic Period Community. In The Hohokam Village: Site Structure and Organization, edited by David E. Doyel, pp. 211–221. SWARM DIV. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Glenwood Springs.
1991 System Reconstruction: The Evolution of an Irrigation System. In The Operation and Evolution of an Irrigation System: The East Papago Canal Study, edited by Jerry B. Howard and Gary Huckleberry, pp. 5.1–5.33. Publications in Archaeology No. 18. Soil Systems, Phoenix.
2006 Hohokam Irrigation Communities: A study of Internal Structure, External Relationships and Sociopolitical Complexity. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tempe.
Hunt, Robert C., David Guillet, David R. Abbott, James M Bayman, Paul R. Fish, Suzanne K. Fish, Keith Kintigh, and James A. Neely
2005 Plausible Ethnographic Analogies for the Social Organization of Hohokam Canal Irrigation. American Antiquity 70(3):433–456.
Turney, Omar A.
1929 Prehistoric Irrigation in Arizona. Arizona State Historian, Phoenix.
Woodson, M. Kyle
2010 Re-Drawing the Map of the Hohokam Canals in the Middle Gila River Valley. Journal of Arizona Archaeology 1:5–20.
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