Subsistence and Resource Use Strategies of Early Agricultural Communities in Southern Arizona (AP34)
Michael W. Diehl, editor.
This book is one in a set of four anthropological research volumes and two technical reports that desvribe the excavations and information gleaned from two archaeological sites located on the floorplain of the Santa Cruz River in Tucson, Arizona. These sites, Las Capas (“The Layers”) and Los Pozos (“The Wells”) were occupied during the San Pedro phase (1200-800 B.C.) and the Late Cienega phase (400 B.C. to 50 A.D. of the Early Agricultural period. This volume includes chapters that examine basic questions of human-environment interaction. including the prehistoric climate and ecology of the Tucson Basin.
Author / Editor: Michael W. Diehl
224 pages, 52 tables, 78 figures. Published August 2005.