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Celebrating a Mammoth Dust-Up in Bluff
R. E. Burrillo, University of Utah San Juan County is no stranger to controversy. A divisive and tragic bust of archaeological looters took place in Blanding between 2007 and 2009. In 2014, a group of fed-up locals followed a county commissioner on an illegal “protest ride” through a popul...
A Visit to the Steam Pump Ranch Pithouse
Today's guest author is Nanette Weaver, Arizona Site Steward Regional Coordinator for the Lower and Middle San Pedro River valley. Have you ever stood looking at the vague outline of a Hohokam pithouse and tried to visualize what the whole house looked like? I know that I, for one, as a Site Stew...
New Mexico's Supreme Court Reinstates Traditional Cultural Property Designation for Mount Taylor
New Mexico's Supreme Court Reinstates Traditional Cultural Property Designation for Mount Taylor The New Mexico Supreme Court handed the pueblos of Acoma and Laguna a victory Thursday, upholding a state panel’s designation of Mount Taylor as a traditional cultural property. The ruling effectively...
New Youtube Channel Features a Variety of Presentations on Hohokam Archaeology
New Youtube Channel Features a Variety of Presentations on Hohokam Archaeology Thanks to support from the Arizona Humanities Council, The Arizona Archaeology Society and the Museum of Northern Arizona were able to employ professional videographers to record a number of scholars' presentations on t...
"La Calle" Tells the Story of Tucson's Historic Preservation Disaster
"La Calle" Tells the Story of Tucson's Historic Preservation Disaster Published by UA Press, "La Calle" documents the complicity of the city, Tucson's tourism boosters and other institutions such as the Arizona Historical Society, the Catholic Diocese of Tucson, and the Tucson Citizen and Arizona Da...