What is Preservation Archaeology? (26-1) (Hardcopy)

This double issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine reviews the development and practice of Preservation Archaeology in the Southwest.

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Archaeology Southwest Magazine, Vol. 26, No. 1
This special double issue includes Volume 25, No. 4

Issue editor: William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

CONTENT:

What is Preservation Archaeology? — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

First among Equals: The Story of Casa Grande Ruins National Monument — Kate Sarther Gann, Archaeology Southwest

Who was the First Preservation Archaeologist? — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

Mesa Verde: The Only Archaeological National Park — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

The Antiquities Act and National Monuments — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

The Nordenskiöld Effect — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

A Conservation Model for Archaeology — William D. Lipe, Washington State University

Agua Fria National Monument: The First Decade — Connie L. Stone, U.S. Bureau of Land Management

Legacies on the Landscape — Melissa Kruse-Peeples, Arizona State University and Native Seeds/SEARCH

Creative Opportunism in the Southern Tucson Basin — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

Preserving the Julian Wash Site, Piece by Piece — William H. Doelle, Desert Archaeology Inc.

First Farmers: An Example of CRM’s Contributions to Science and Community in the Southwest — Jonathan Mabry, City of Tucson

The Camp Navajo ProjectM — Suzanne Griset, SWCA Environmental Consultants

Preservation and Research at Piedras Marcadas Pueblo — Matthew F. Schmader, City of Albuquerque

This Old Trench: The Chaco Stratigraphy Project — W. H. Wills, University of New Mexico

Hidden in Plain Sight: Finding Cacao in Chacoan Cylinder Jars — Patricia L. Crown, University of New Mexico

Why Museum Collections Matter (To Me) — Scott Van Keuren, University of Vermont

The Research Potential of Rescued Collections — Kate Sarther Gann, Archaeology Southwest

Paleoindians and Projectile Points in the Southwestern United States — Mary M. Prasciunas, WestLand Resources Inc., and Jesse A. M. Ballenger, Statistical Research Inc.

Archaeological Preservation and Native Traditions — Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Understanding Sobaipuri — Bernard Siquieros, Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Center & Museum

Site Protection — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

Box S Pueblo — Jim Walker, The Archaeological Conservancy

Back Sight — William H. Doelle, Archaeology Southwest

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