Phoenix Underground (ASW 31-2/3) (PDF)

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In this issue:

Phoenix Underground—Glen E. Rice

Peoples of the Phoenix Basin—Glen E. Rice, Kate Sarther Gann, and Leslie D. Aragon, with time line design by Kathleen Bader

Townspeoples of the Salt River—Glen E. Rice

The Unrealized Presence of the Ancestors—Barnaby V. Lewis

In Brief: The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community—Angela Garcia-Lewis

Beneath Heritage Square: The Earliest Hohokam—T. Kathleen Henderson and Leslie D. Aragon

Beneath the City and Its Airport: Ancient Canals, Floods, and Settlement Changes in the Lower Salt River Valley—Gary Huckleberry and T. Kathleen Henderson

In Brief: Beneath the Sky Train Rails: Hohokam Field Systems—T. Kathleen Henderson and Leslie D. Aragon

Beneath the Streets: La Villa—Michael A. Lindeman

Hohokam Figurines—Leslie D. Aragon

Hohokam Agricultural Labor—Chris Watkins

Hohokam Households—Glen E. Rice

Hohokam Ritual Centers and Early Towns in the Phoenix Basin—Glen E. Rice

River of Time—Catherine Gilman

Hohokam Marketplaces—David R. Abbott

Shell and the Hohokam—Arthur W. Vokes

Platform Mounds at Pueblo Grande and Mesa Grande—Todd W. Bostwick

Room for Debate: Salado in Phoenix—Glen E. Rice, Lewis Borck, Jeffery Clark, and Barnaby V. Lewis

Phoenix Aboveground: The Hohokam Landscape—Aaron M. Wright

Beneath the Neighborhoods: Historical Phoenix—J. Homer Thiel

In Brief: The Tempe That Tempe Forgot—Glen E. Rice

Beneath the Valley Metro Light Rail: Homes of Other Eras—Margerie Green and Walter Punzmann

Preservation Spotlight: Archaeology in the City of Phoenix—Laurene Montero

Back Sight—William H. Doelle

Archaeology Southwest Magazine Vol. 31, Nos. 2 and 3

Issue editors: Glen E. Rice, Leslie D. Aragon, and William H. Doelle

Contributors to this new issue in our “Underground” series share archaeology in and around Phoenix, Arizona. Previous cities in the series include Tucson and Santa Fe.

Some of the authors’ names below are linked to their scholarly web pages. Those pages show or link to bibliographies related to the research presented in this issue. Any references specific to or specifically called out in an article are given below.

Phoenix Underground—Glen E. Rice

“Lord” Darrell Dupa

Frank Hamilton Cushing

Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition

Omar Turney (scroll down to entry)

Turney, Omar A. (1929) Prehistoric Irrigation. Arizona Historical Review. (opens as a PDF)

Emil W. Haury (opens as a PDF)

Haury, Emil W. (1945) The Excavation of Los Muertos and Neighboring Ruins in the Salt River Valley, Southern Arizona. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Haarvard University, Vol. 24, No. 1. (opens as a PDF)

Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park

South Mountain Park and Preserve

Park of the Canals

Heard Museum

Arizona Museum of Natural History (formerly Mesa Grande Museum)

Peoples of the Phoenix Basin—Glen E. Rice, Kate Sarther Gann, and Leslie D. Aragon, with time line design by Kathleen Bader

Who or What Is Hohokam? (opens as a PDF)

Arizona State Museum

Eastern Arizona College, Mills Collection

Townspeoples of the Salt River—Glen E. Rice

Haury, Emil W. (1945) The Excavation of Los Muertos and Neighboring Ruins in the Salt River Valley, Southern Arizona. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Haarvard University, Vol. 24, No. 1. (opens as a PDF)

Paul Wheatley

The Unrealized Presence of the AncestorsBarnaby V. Lewis

Gila River Indian Community

In Brief: The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian CommunityAngela Garcia-Lewis

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

Beneath Heritage Square: The Earliest HohokamT. Kathleen Henderson and Leslie D. Aragon

Heritage Square

Pueblo Patricio at tDAR (free registration required to read available PDFs)

Beneath the City and Its Airport: Ancient Canals, Floods, and Settlement Changes in the Lower Salt River ValleyGary Huckleberry and T. Kathleen Henderson

Henderson, T. Kathleen (editor) (2003) Hohokam Farming on the Salt River Floodplain: Excavations at the Sky Harbor Airport North Runway (AP42) (Co-published as Anthropological Papers No. 10, Pueblo Grande Museum)

Henderson, T. Kathleen (editor) (2004) Hohokam Farming on the Salt River Floodplain: Refining Models and Analytical Methods (AP43) (Co-published as Anthropological Papers No. 10, Pueblo Grande Museum)

Jerry Howard, How Canals Changed My Life, Archaeology Café, October 21, 2014. (opens at YouTube)

In Brief: Beneath the Sky Train Rails: Hohokam Field Systems—T. Kathleen Henderson and Leslie D. Aragon

Henderson, T. Kathleen (editor) (2015) Hohokam Irrigation and Agriculture on the Western Margin of the Pueblo Grande: Archaeology for the PHX Sky Train Project (AP41) (Co-published as Anthropological Papers No. 19, Pueblo Grande Museum)

Beneath the Streets: La Villa—Michael A. Lindeman

La Villa excavations by Desert Archaeology, Inc.

References in map key on page 17 (pending):

Craig, Douglas B. (editor) (2005) Archaeological Excavations at La Villa (AZ T:12:148 [ASM]): The Maricopa County Human Services Campus, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona. Northland Research, Tempe.

Hohman and Larkin (2002)

Lindeman, Michael W. (editor) (2015) Excavations at La Villa: Continuity and Change at an Agricultural Village. Technical Report No. 2012-08. Desert Archaeology, Inc., Tucson.

Lindeman, Michael W. (editor) (2015) Excavations at La Villa: Building a Village. Report No. 2014-7. Desert Archaeology, Inc., Tucson.

Marshall, John (2014)

Schroeder, Kelly J. (editor) (1994) Pioneer & Military Memorial Park Archaeological Project in Phoenix, Arizona, 1990–1992. Publications in Anthropology 3. Roadrunner Archaeology & Consulting, Tempe.

Hohokam Figurines—Leslie D. Aragon

Aragon, Leslie D. (2013) Figuring Out Figurines: An Ontological Approach to Hohokam Anthropomorphic Figurines from the Phoenix Basin. Masters thesis, University of Arizona.

Hohokam Agricultural LaborChris Watkins

Hohokam Households—Glen E. Rice

Hohokam Ritual Centers and Early Towns in the Phoenix Basin—Glen E. Rice

River of Time—Catherine Gilman

Hohokam MarketplacesDavid R. Abbott

Hohokam Marketplace
A Hohokam marketplace. Visualization by Robert B. Ciaccio.

Shell and the HohokamArthur W. Vokes

Preservation Archaeology blog posts on Hohokam shell bracelet manufacture by Allen Denoyer and by Christine Lange

Platform Mounds at Pueblo Grande and Mesa GrandeTodd W. Bostwick

Pueblo Grande

Mesa Grande

Julian Hayden

Frank Midvale

Acquanetta

Adolph Bandelier

Warren Moorehead

Room for Debate: Salado in Phoenix—Glen E. Rice, Lewis Borck, Jeffery Clark, and Barnaby V. Lewis

Who or What Is Salado? (opens as a PDF)

Archaeology Southwest Magazine Vol. 27, No. 3, Before the Great Departure, edited by Jeffrey S. Dean and Jeffery J. Clark

Archaeology Southwest Magazine Vol. 21, No. 4, The Hohokam Archaeology of the Phoenix Basin, edited by Douglas B. Craig

Edge of Salado Project

Lewis Borck, Discussing the Edge of Salado: Connections and Disconnections, Archaeology Café, April 17, 2017. (opens at YouTube)

Pottery on page 39:

Top: Pinto Polychrome, Arizona State Museum 85-89-22
Right: Cliff Polychrome, Eastern Arizona College (EAC) 90-5-1177
Bottom: Gila Polychrome, EAC 90-5-757
Left: Tonto Polychrome, EAC 90-5-836

Phoenix Aboveground: The Hohokam LandscapeAaron M. Wright

Archaeology Southwest Magazine Vol. 30, No. 2, New Horizons for Southwestern Rock Art, edited by Aaron M. Wright

Wright, Aaron M. (2011) Religion on the Rocks: Hohokam Rock Art, Ritual Practice, and Social Transformation. University of Utah Press.

South Mountain Rock Art Project

Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve

Hayden Butte Preserve

Papago Park (Loma del Rio)

South Mountain Park and Preserve

Taliesin West

Beneath the Neighborhoods: Historical PhoenixJ. Homer Thiel

Thiel, J. Homer (1998) Phoenix’s Hidden History: Archaeological Investigations at Blocks 72 and 73 (Phoenix Courthouse) (AP26)

Jack Swilling

Phoenix Illuminating Gas and Electric Light Company at KJZZ

Hachiro Onuki

Hamlin’s Wizard Oil

In Brief: The Tempe That Tempe Forgot—Glen E. Rice

Tempe History Museum

San Pablo at Tempe Historical Society

San Pablo GIS project at Arizona State University

Oberle, Alex and Daniel Arreola (2008) Resurgent Mexican Phoenix. Geographical Review 98:2, 171–196.

Beneath the Valley Metro Light Rail: Homes of Other ErasMargerie Green and Walter Punzmann

Archaeological Investigations, Metro Light Rail Project, Metropolitan Phoenix Area, Metro Rail at Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.

Valley Metro Light Rail

Preservation Spotlight: Archaeology in the City of PhoenixLaurene Montero

City Archaeology Office

AZ ARS 41-844

AZ ARS 41-865

PreserveHistoricPHX (opens as a PDF)

Back Sight—William H. Doelle

Arizona Highways February 1984 issue with article by Natalie Waugh on work by Kathy Henderson, Glen Rice, and Randall McGuire at La Ciudad; photographs by Jeff Kida, who graciously permitted us to reproduce some of his images in this issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine; and an article on Hohokam village life by Glen Rice (free PDF download available)