‘Iihor Kwsnavk: Connecting and Collaborating in the Great Bend of the Gila (ASW 34-1) (PDF)

‘Iihor Kwsnavk: Connecting and Collaborating in the Great Bend of the Gila

Issue editor: Aaron M. Wright

32 pages

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Inside this issue:

‘Iihor Kwsnavk: Connecting and Collaborating in the Great Bend of the Gila, Aaron M. Wright
Spotlight: Kwatsáan or Quechan? Aaron M. Wright
The Kwatsáan Connection to the Lower Gila River, Lorey Cachora
A Perspective from the Kw’tsán Cultural Committee, Manfred Scott
Ethnography, Ethnohistory, and Archaeology: Triangulating Theirstory along the Lower Gila River, Aaron M. Wright
Recognizing Rancherías, Aaron M. Wright
Kwatsáan Voices, Kwatsáan Views, Jason Lee Andrews, Charles Ronald Arrow, Keahna Owl, Zion C. White, and Aaron M. Wright
In Brief: Indigenous Petroglyphs as Social Networks
The Value of Documentation to the Kwatsáan People, Keahna Owl
Pottery and Pathways, Charles Ronald Arrow
Kwatsáan Culture in Symbols, Zion C. White
Dreams, Memories, and My Reflections on the Past, Jason Lee Andrews
‘Iihor Kwsnavk: A Sacred Place Central to the Great Bend of the Gila, Aaron M. Wright and Harry J. Winters Jr.
Preservation Spotlight: The Painted Rock Petroglyph Site, Aaron M. Wright
Back Sight, William H. Doelle