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When Two Worlds Collide
Jaye S. Smith, Robinson Collection Project Volunteer Co-Team Leader (November 25, 2019)—Before my passion for archaeological research could take root, I spent 32 years traveling the world to serve the mineral specimen dealer and collector community. After my retirement, I devoted all of my avai...
The Raymond F. Robinson Collection – A Successful Collaboration to Save Safford Basin Archaeological Artifacts
Linda J. Pierce, Deputy Director, Archaeology Southwest & Jaye S. Smith, Robinson Collection Volunteer Co-Team Leader, Archaeology Southwest (May 10, 2018)—A key element of Preservation Archaeology is a focus on working with existing collections and protecting sites still in the ground, ...
Tracking Canals in the Safford Basin: A Tale of Fate 34 & 54 Years in the Making
By James A. Neely, Professor Emeritus, University of Texas at Austin This story begins in the summer of 1994, when I accompanied Kyle Woodson—one of my graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin—into the field to get him started on excavations for his master’s thesis project at t...