This Issue’s Articles Include:
Early Maize in the Greater Southwest – William H. Doelle, President, Center for Desert Archaeology
Zea Mays: The Bountiful Crop – Michael W. Diehl, Center for Desert Archaeology
Radiocarbon Dating – David A. Gregory, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
Changing Concepts of the 1st Period of Agriculture in the Southern Southwest – Jonathan B. Mabry, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
Cerro Juanaquena – Robert J. Hard, University of Texas at San Antonio, and John R. Roney, Bureau of Land Management, Albuquerque
Spectular Results from Modest Remains – Michelle N. Stevens, Desert Archaeilogy, Inc.
Preliminary Investigations at La Playa, Sonora, Mexico – John P. Carpenter, Wichita State University, Guadalupe Sanches de Carpenter, University of Arizona, and Elisa Cillalpando C. Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia-Centro Sonora
Fresnal Shelter – Marilyn D. Tagg, Headquarters, Air Force Material Command
Linguistics – Jane Hill, University of Arizona
The Spread of Maize to the Colorado Plateau – R. G. Matson, University of British Columbia
McEwen Cave – Bruce B. and Lisa W. Huckell, Maxwell Museum, University of New Mexico, and M. Steven Shackley, Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley
Bat Cave – W. H. Wills, University of New Mexico
Las Capas and Early Irrigation Farming – Jonathan B. Mabry, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
Prespectives on Early Agricultural Period Population Size and Sedentism – David A. Gregory, Desert Archaeology, Inc.