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Excavating a Hohokam Ballcourt
Leslie Aragon, Preservation Archaeology Fellow (July 27, 2018)—One of the best things about being a Preservation Fellow at Archaeology Southwest is that I sometimes have the opportunity to collaborate with people from other organizations. A few months ago, some of our friends and colleagues at ...
Native Tribes Decry Utah Public Lands Initiative as a Corporate Land Grab
Correction: Carrie Heitman Is Leading Chaco Research with Assistance from NASA In the September 25, 2016, issue of Southwest Archaeology Today, I miscredited an article about NASA's involvement in Chacoan Research to John Kantner, when in fact the project is the effort is being directed by Carrie ...
The Archaeology of Southern Arizona's Early Farmers
Archaeology Southwest and Desert Archaeology, Inc., Publish New Works on the Archaeology of Southern Arizona’s Early Farmers Tucson, Ariz. (August 1, 2015)—Tucson-based cultural resources management firm Desert Archaeology, Inc., has recently completed final reports on the Las Capas site, w...
Projectile Points Made and Used by the Southwest's Earliest Farmers
First Comprehensive Study of Dart Points Made and Used by the Southwest’s Earliest Farmers Just Published by Archaeology Southwest and Desert Archaeology, Inc. Tucson, Ariz. (August 1, 2015)—A new monograph by flaked stone expert Jane Sliva of cultural resources management firm Desert Archaeo...
Excavations at Sky Harbor Reveal More Information on Hohokam Canal Systems
Excavations at Sky Harbor Reveal More Information on Hohokam Canal Systems Under the dull roar of an airplane descending toward Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s north runway, Kenny Bowekaty cordons off a roughly 4-foot-square section of earth. Slowly, Bowekaty works through the dirt, so...