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Tucson: Ancient, Historic, and Modern
Doug Gann, Preservation Archaeologist and Digital Media Specialist May 20, 2015—Last Friday morning, as I left for the office, my daughter asked what I wanted for dinner that evening. (She’s learning to write, and wanted to make out a shopping list.) I told her it would depend—on whether or n...
Rooms of Our Own
Karen Schollmeyer, Preservation Archaeologist As one of the newest Archaeology Southwest staff members, I still marvel at how peaceful, inviting, and singular our workplace is. I’ve been spending a lot of time in the Archaeology Southwest library lately, researching older excavations in ...
Paleoamerican Odyssey Conference Scheduled for October 17-19 in Santa Fe
Paleoamerican Odyssey Conference Scheduled for October 17–19 in Santa Fe We invite you to attend the Paleoamerican Odyssey Conference—the largest gathering of Paleoindian researchers and artifacts since the Clovis and Beyond Conference in 1999. Santa Fe, New Mexico, is again in the spotlight for...
Tucson Underground: The Archaeology of a Desert Community
This special double issue of Archaeology Southwest (Volume 24, Nos. 1–2) explores what has been found during archaeological research in and around downtown Tucson, and what those findings mean—from the earliest agriculture, through the Presidio era, up to the early twentieth century.