The Casas Grandes Community (17-2) (PDF)

Even though an international boundary divides the US and Mexico today, the cultures of the past span across this modern boundary. This issue looks at the archaeology of the Southwest in Northern Mexico.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• The Casas Grandes Community – Paul E. Minnis, University of Oklahoma and Michael E. Whalen, University of Tulsa
• (INAH in Chihuahua – a translation of article on pages 4-5) – Elsa Rodriguez Garcia, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia Chihuahua: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia Chihuahua
• Loma de Moctezuma: At the Edge of the Casas Grandes World – Timothy D. Maxwell, Museum of New Mexico and Rafael Cruz Antillon, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia
• The Southern Zone of the Chihuahua Culture – Jane H. Kelley, University of Calgary and Karin Burd-Larkin, University of Colorado
• Exploring the Mountains of Chihuahua: Proyecto Provincia Serrana de Paquime – Eduardo Pio Gamboa Carrera, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia
• The Hilltop Site of El Pueblito – T. Alan Pitezel, University of Arizona
• Late Archaic Villages on the Rio Casas Grandes – John R. Roney, Bureau of Land Management and Robert J. Hard, University of Texas at San Antonio
• Charles Di Peso and Casas Grandes – Gloria J. Fenner, Western Archaeological and Conservation Center, National Park Service
• Archaeological Tourism in Chihuahua – Paul E. Minnis, University of Oklahoma and Michael E. Whalen, University of Tulsa
• Museo de las Culturas del Norte – Jose Luis Punzo Diaz, Museo de las Culturas del Norte, INAH
• Backsight – William H. Doelle, President and CEO, Center for Desert Archaeology

NOTE: This issue is out-of-print, but available as a free PDF at http://www.cdarc.org/pdf/arch-sw-v17-no2.pdf