This Issue’s Articles Include:
• The Hohokam Archaeology of the Phoenix Basin – Douglas B. Craig, Northland Research, Inc.
• Phoenix Rising: The Phoenix Convention Center – Mark Hackbarth, Logan Simpson Design, Inc.
• The Ballcourt Village of Palo Verde Ruin – David R. Abbott, Arizona State University
• Keys to Time – Henry D. Wallace, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Household Persistence at the Grewe Site – Douglas B. Craig, Northland Research, Inc.
• Exceptional Pithouses from the Gillespie Dam Site – T. Kathleen Henderson, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Identifying Social Groups in Hohokam Irrigation Communities – Jerry Howard, Arizona Museum of Natural History
• Of Canals and Water: Recent Analysis and Unusual Deposits – Michael S. Droz, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.; Manuel R. Palacios-Fest, Statistical Research, Inc.; Glenn S.L. Stuart, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.; and Allan Schilz, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.
• Building and Cleaning the Snaketown Canal – Kyle Woodson, Gila River Indian Community Cultural Resource Management Program and Arizona State University
• The Southwest Germann Site – Banks L. Leonard, Soil Systems, Inc.
• Hohokam Population Collapse in the Salt River Valley – J. Brett Hill, Center for Desert Archaeology and Hendrix College
• Ancient Trails of the Arid Southwest – J. Andrew Darling and Barnaby V. Lewis, Gila River Indian Community
• Rock Art and Landscape Archaeology in Arizona’s South Mountains – Aaron Wright, Center for Desert Archaeology and Washington State University; Steve Swanson, Arizona State University; and Todd Bostwick, City of Phoenix
• Phoenix, Tucson, and the Cycles of History – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology