Preservation and Partnerships along the Black Range of Southern New Mexico (18-2) (Hardcopy)

This issue examines how partnerships with local people has helped the progress of archaeological research in Southern New Mexico. Both prehistoric and historic topics are covered.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:
• Preservation and Partnerships along the Black Range of Southern New Mexico – Karl W. Laumbach, Human Systems Research, Inc.
• A Leap of Faith – Deborah M. Dennis, Human Systems Research, Inc.
• The Cañada Alamosa Project: Investigations of a Prehistoric Frontier – Karl W. Laumbach, Human Systems Research, Inc.
• History from the Ground Up – Dennis O’Toole, Cañada Alamosa Institute
• Pinnacle Ruin – Stephen H. Lekson, University of Colorado, Boulder
• Previous Research in the Black Range – Karl W. Laumbach, Human Systems Research, Inc.
• Layers of Time in the Pinnacle Midden – Curtis Nepstad-Thornberry, University of Colorado, Boulder
• The Mystery of the Great Kiva at the Cuchillo Site – Richard Chapman, Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico
• Archaeology of the Rio Grande in Sierra County, New Mexico – David A. Phillips, Jr., Maxwell Museum and University of New Mexico, and Signa Larralde, Bureau of Land Management
• Herbert Yeo’s F Sites – Stephen H. Lekson, University of Colorado, Boulder
• Francisco Bojorquez: Sierra County’s Legendary Sheriff – Karl W. Laumbach, Human Systems Research, Inc.
• Lake Valley: Echoes of the Past – Neal W. Ackerly, Dos Rios Consultants, Inc.
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, President & CEO, Center for Desert Archaeology

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