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2017
16
Aug

The NHPA in Arizona: 50 Years of Protection, 200 Generations of Heritage

"Regardless of who you are and where you come from, you must have a foundation," says Verlon Jose, Vice-Chair of the Tohono O'odham Nation. As a result of the NHPA, Arizonans--and Americans--of all backgrounds have learned awe-inspiring things about the ancestors who made their living in southern Ar...
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2017
02
Aug

Pithouse Burn at Steam Pump Ranch

On April 30, 2017, Archaeology Southwest, in partnership with the Oro Valley Historical Society, the Town of Oro Valley, and the Golder Ranch Fire District, burned down a replica of an Early Agricultural pithouse. Find out why!
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2017
02
Aug

Pithouse Burning Experiment in Visible Light

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2017
02
Aug

Pithouse Burning Experiment in Infrared

Raw footage of the burning of a conjectural reconstruction of an Early Agricultural Period. Footage recorded in the near infrared spectrum. Video recorded 4/30/17
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2014
25
Aug

2013 In Review

Our members and donors are at the core of all that we do. In this video, see the many ways in which your gifts have made a difference in 2013. Help us continue to build upon our past successes by making a gift today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivdFi-iS8f4
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2014
23
Jan

2013 Preservation Archaeology Field School: Public Outreach

The Archaeology Southwest/University of Arizona Preservation Archaeology Field School in southwestern New Mexico highlights the goals, ethics, and practice of Preservation Archaeology. During this program, students integrate research, education, and preservation within a community-based framework. T...
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2013
29
Jul

Preservation Challenges at Camp Naco

Bill Doelle, President and CEO of Archaeology Southwest (formerly the Center for Desert Archaeology), narrates this short overview of Camp Naco's history, and the preservation challenges we must face in order to secure its future. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dtXN4jLE94
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2013
29
Jul

Social Networks and Population Density in the Late Precontact Southwest

Preservation Archaeologist Matt Peeples narrates this video supplement to Archaeology Southwest Magazine Vol. 27, No. 2 (Spring 2013): Social Networks in the Distant Past. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLtJZ20vybI
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2013
14
Feb

Adriel Heisey on "From Above: Images of a Storied Land"

Photographer Adriel Heisey introduces "From Above: Images of a Storied Land," an exhibit of 60 aerial photographs of archaeological sites throughout the Southwest. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Qu2Op10d28
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2011
30
Dec

In the Shadow of the Volcano

Prehistoric Life in Northern Arizona Buried beneath a few feet of earth near the sacred San Francisco Peaks are the remains of prehistoric houses and villages up to 1500 years old. This is the land of the Sinagua and Cohonina. Ancestors of the Hopi. Pioneers, farmersÂ… survivors. The most extens...
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2011
20
Sep

The Great Bend of the Gila

This Archaeology Southwest-produced video takes you on a spectacular journey to the Gila Bend region of southern Arizona, where you will experience the richness and fragility of this abiding cultural crossroads, and learn why we must act now to protect these diverse resources. http://www.youtube....
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2011
08
Jun

Katherine Dungan on work at Mule Creek, New Mexico

In this video, Archaeology Southwest researcher and University of Arizona graduate student Katherine Dungan talks about her interest in the archaeology of Mule Creek, New Mexico, and what she's hoping to discover in her research. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKHXr5p9KZo
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