In the Mountain Shadows (27-1) (Hardcopy)

Issue editors: William H. Doelle and Deborah L. Swartz

In 1996, we published Archaeology in the Mountain Shadows: Exploring the Romero Ruin, a booklet that shared information about the archaeology of the park in terms of what we knew then about the northern Tucson Basin in the distant past. Our understanding of what life was like for the people who lived in the Tucson Basin between A.D. 500 and 1450 has expanded since then. Archaeologists call these people the Hohokam, and the Romero Ruin tells part of their story, while also reflecting a bigger picture of Hohokam life. The thirtieth anniversary of Catalina State Park in 2013 provides a timely opportunity to revise Archaeology in the Mountain Shadows.

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In this issue:

In the Mountain Shadows: The Continuing Story of an Ancient Southern Arizona Community — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest, and Deborah L. Swartz, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

What Is All around Me? Ecology and Archaeology of Catalina State Park

What Happened Here? The Tucson Basin through Time

What Is Romero Ruin, and What Is It Not? An Overview

Who Lived Here, and What Do We Know about Them? The Historic Remains

Special: Francisco and Victoriana Romero — J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

Who Lived Here, and What Do We Know about Them? The Ancient Remains

What Do Romero Ruin and Other Sites Nearby Tell Us about Life in the Distant Past?

The Sutherland Wash Rock Art District and Hohokam Life — Janine Hernbrode and Peter Boyle, Archaeology Southwest, and Henry D. Wallace, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

The Romo Cache and Hohokam Life — Deborah L. Swartz, Desert Archaeology, Inc., and William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

The Middle Cañada del Oro Valley Community — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

Growing Preservation Archaeology from Romero Ruin Roots — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

Hohokam Archaeological Preserves — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

Back Sight — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

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