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Southwestern Archaeology Loses a Beloved Patron
Remembering Molly Thompson Molly Coit Kendall Thompson died at home in Tucson on Monday, February 10, 2014, at the age of 90. Her husband of 65 years and her older daughter were with her. Molly was born in Tombstone in 1923, where she grew up on the Kendall family ranch with her two sisters. Her par...
Anthropology Community Remembers Keith Basso
National Museum of the American Indian Remembers Keith Basso Keith H. Basso (73), a major figure in American Anthropology and American Indian Studies, died from cancer in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sunday, August 4. He devoted his life’s work to understanding and bringing to the appreciation of others t...
Archaeological Insight on Modern Mexican Migration
Archaeological Insight on Modern Mexican Migration Jason de Leon regularly traipses the deserts of the American southwest, in search of artifacts and information that could help him understand how Mexican migrants move across the border and into the United States. In the process, he's trying to unde...
Homeland Security Act Raises Troubling Issues for Archaeological Protection and Historic Preservation
Homeland Security Act Raises Troubling Issues for Archaeological Protection and Historic Preservation The proposed National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act would let the agency waive 36 federal environmental protection laws in the name of better border patrols on public lands. Supporters ...
Pueblo Grande Indian Market Events Scheduled for Dec. 11 and 12
Pueblo Grande Indian Market Events Scheduled for Next Weekend Pueblo Grande Event Next Weekend Celebrate at the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park Saturday and Sunday, December 11 & 12, 2010. More than 200 Native American artists will participate in this major cultural event. Th...