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Recent Work at Southern Arizona’s Guevavi Mission Featured at the Next Archaeology Café (Tucson)
Recent Work at Southern Arizona’s Guevavi Mission Featured at the Next Archaeology Café (Tucson) On April 7, 2015, Dr. Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman (University of Arizona) and J. Homer Thiel (Desert Archaeology, Inc.) will share the latest information from their excavations at Guevavi, an eighteenth-ce...
Colorado Protects Remains of Clovis Era Structures
Colorado Protects Remains of Clovis Era Structures The Mountaineer Site, on the summit of western Colorado's Tenderfoot Mountain, is home to some of the oldest structures in North America. Dating back 10,000 years to what archaeologists refer as the Folsom Period, the eight Paleoindian dwellings un...
Arizona State Museum Research on the Ancient Trincheras Overlooking Downtown Tucson
Arizona State Museum Research on the Ancient Trincheras Overlooking Downtown Tucson Tumamoc Hill, the large peak west of downtown Tucson and to the north of A Mountain, is familiar to many Tucsonans. Hikers trek up Tumamoc's paved road to the University of Arizona's Desert Laboratory. The rough-hew...