Archaeology on the Periphery: Recent Research in the Safford Basin (20-2) (Hardcopy)

This issue looks at the archaeology of the Safford Basin, including a number of important sites and how the region fits into the archaeology of the Greater Southwest.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• Archaeology on the Periphery: Recent Research in the Safford Basin – Anna A. Neuzil, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Migration in the Safford Basin – Anna A. Neuzil, Center for Desert Archaeology
• The Goat Hill Site and Ancestral Pueblo Migrations into the Safford Basin – Kyle Woodson, Gila River Indian Community and Arizona State University
• Marijilda Site – Bill Gillespie and Mary Farrell, Coronado National Forest
• Irrigation and Migration: Bits and Pieces of Safford Basin Archaeology – Jeffery J. Clark, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Dry-farming and the Rock-bordered Grid Fields of the Safford Basin – James A. Neely and William E. Doolittle, University of Texas at Austin
• Salado Archaeology in the “Area Between” – Steve Lekson, University of Colorado at Boulder
• Historic Canals of the Safford Basin – Verna Rae Colvin and Patricia A. Cook, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• The Archaeology of the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area – Tobi Taylor, Center for Desert Archaeology
• The San Simon Basin – Patricia A. Gilman, University of Oklahoma, Norman
• Eden Phase Occupations at Two Mogollon Villages – David E. Purcell, Four Corners Research, Inc.
• Epley’s Ruin – Annick Lascaux, Tierra Right of Way Services, Ltd., and Gary Huckleberry, Geoarchaeological Consultant
• A History of the Mills Collection – Linda Blan, Mark Bryce, and Brent McEuen, Eastern Arizona College
• Research on the Mills Collection – Patrick D. Lyons and Anna A. Neuzil, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Rex Owns – Anna A. Neuzil, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Betty Graham Lee (1920-2005) – Anna A. Neuzil, Center for Desert Archaeology

• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology

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