The Archaeological Heritage of the Santa Cruz Valley (18-4) (PDF)

This issue covers the history and prehistory of the Santa Cruz valley. Topics include the Hohokam, Jesuit Missionaries, and the Spanish Colonial Period.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• The Archaeological Heritage of the Santa Cruz Valley – Jonathan B. Mabry, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Environmental Changes and Cultural Adaptations – Jonathan B. Mabry, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Signs of the Prelude to Agriculture – Jane Sliva, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Researching Early Agriculture in the Santa Cruz Valley – Jonathan B. Mabry, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Is It Hohokam Yet? – Henry D. Wallace, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Marana’s First Community Center – Paul R. Fish and Suzanne K. Fish, Arizona State Museum and James M. Bayman, University of Hawaii
• Revealing the First Church at Mission San Xavier del Bac – Bernard L. Fontana,University of Arizona
• Reconstructing the Espinosa Church – Douglas W. Gann, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Archaeology of the Jesuit Mission at Guevavi – William J. Robinson, University of Arizona
• Pueblo Trade with Santa Cruz Villages, circa 1350-1900 – Alan Ferg, Arizona State Museum
• The Tubac and Tucson Presidios – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Tasting History: Replanting Father Kino’s Fruit Trees – Jesus Garcia, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Robert Emanuel, University of Arizona
• Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
• Excavations at Rancho Punta de Agua – Randall H. McGuire, Binghamton University
• Stewardship of the Past – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology
• National Heritage Areas: An Opportunity for the West – Brenda Barrett, National Park Service
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology