Dogs in the Southwest (22-03) (PDF)

This special theme issue explores some of the roles that dogs have played in the Southwest, from prehistory to the present.

Contributors discuss archaeological evidence of dogs; the changing roles and uses of dogs among various groups; their place in traditional stories; material culture made from dog bones and dog hair; depictions of dogs in Ancestral Pueblo, Mimbres, and Hohokam material culture as well as Southwestern and Yoeme art; their use as weapons against Native Americans by the Spaniards; and the ways in which dogs contribute to our sense of place.

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This special theme issue explores some of the roles that dogs have played in the Southwest, from prehistory to the present.

Contributors discuss archaeological evidence of dogs; the changing roles and uses of dogs among various groups; their place in traditional stories; material culture made from dog bones and dog hair; depictions of dogs in Ancestral Pueblo, Mimbres, and Hohokam material culture as well as Southwestern and Yoeme art; their use as weapons against Native Americans by the Spaniards; and the ways in which dogs contribute to our sense of place.