Archaeology in Tucson, Volume 10-2 (Spring 1996), Reflections on Our First Decade

Archaeology in Tucson is the Center's membership publication. Issued four times a year, it provides timely, synthetic treatments of some of the most current topics and issues in Southwestern archaeology.

This Issue's Articles Include:


  • William H. Doelle, Executive Director, Center for Desert Archaeology: Reflections on Our First Decade
  • James M. Heidke, Center for Desert Archaeology: Tracing the Production of Rincon Polychrome Ceramics
  • R. Jane Slive, Center for Desert Archaeology: Classic Period Projectile Points: A New Typology for the Tonto Basin
  • Henry D. Wallace, Center for Desert Archaeology: Hohokam Images Provide Rare Glimpse of Prehistoric Lives
  • J. Homer Thiel, Center for Desert Archaeology: AIT Volunteers Help Explore Sunset Park
  • Lisa Armstrong, Center for Desert Archaeology: Glen Loftis, Clovis Hunter

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Archaeology in Tucson is the Center’s membership publication. Issued four times a year, it provides timely, synthetic treatments of some of the most current topics and issues in Southwestern archaeology.

This Issue’s Articles Include:


  • William H. Doelle, Executive Director, Center for Desert Archaeology: Reflections on Our First Decade
  • James M. Heidke, Center for Desert Archaeology: Tracing the Production of Rincon Polychrome Ceramics
  • R. Jane Slive, Center for Desert Archaeology: Classic Period Projectile Points: A New Typology for the Tonto Basin
  • Henry D. Wallace, Center for Desert Archaeology: Hohokam Images Provide Rare Glimpse of Prehistoric Lives
  • J. Homer Thiel, Center for Desert Archaeology: AIT Volunteers Help Explore Sunset Park
  • Lisa Armstrong, Center for Desert Archaeology: Glen Loftis, Clovis Hunter

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