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Arizona Historic Preservation Conference Begins Wednesday
Arizona Historic Preservation Conference Begins Wednesday The 2014 Arizona Historic Preservation Conference will be held June 11-13 at the Esplendor Resort in Rio Rico near Nogales. Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino said. “This year’s theme of ‘Economic Engines of Preservation’ on how preservation...
Of Drones, Petroglyphs, and Conferences
Drone Footage "Finds" Remarkable "Unseen" Petroglyphs in Utah Some drones have a undesirable popularity for snooping on folks and facilitating functions of war. But unmanned aircraft can be utilized to give authorities a new watch of inaccessible and remote places to uncover lost treasures. An amazi...
Broad Coalition Supports Archaeological Preservation along the Great Bend of the Gila
Broad Coalition Supports Archaeological Preservation along the Great Bend of the Gila Roy and Ella Pierpoint continue a 1,500-year way of life, farming near an area awash in Hohokam and Patayan treasures. The Pierpoints, who farm the land the Hohokams cultivated, say they want Congress to shield ...
Feds Recover Ancient Inscriptions Stolen from BLM Land
Feds Recover Ancient Inscriptions Petroglyph panels cut and chiseled off an eastern Sierra rock art site sacred to Native Americans have been recovered by federal investigators, U.S. Bureau of Land Management officials announced Thursday.The suspected thieves have not been identified and the investi...
Crow Canyon Presents an Interactive Presentation of Pueblo History for Kids
Crow Canyon Presents an Interactive Presentation of Pueblo History for Kids The story of how Pueblo Indian culture developed from its ancient roots is an amazing story of adaptation, ingenuity and resilience. Now children can learn about this incredible chronicle in an engaging educational resource ...
Archaeologists Rally Against "Apache Leap" Land Transfer
Archaeologists Rally Against "Apache Leap" Land Transfer Archaeology groups are lining up against a proposal, currently being debated on the floor of the House of Representatives, to give a major copper mining company a large chunk of federal land in Arizona in exchange for private lands. The group...
Widow of Alleged Blanding Looter Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Widow of Alleged Blanding Looter Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit The widow of a Blanding doctor who killed himself after his arrest in a Utah ancient artifacts theft case has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against two federal agencies. The lawsuit, which Jeanne Redd filed Friday in U.S. District Court...