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Archaeology Southwest Continues to Oppose Routing of SunZia Transmission Line through Arizona’s San Pedro Valley
Formal protest submitted to the Bureau of Land Management on March 18 Tucson, Ariz. (March 28, 2023)—Earlier this month, on behalf of Archaeology Southwest, William H. Doelle (President & CEO) and John R. Welch (Director, Landscape and Site Preservation Program) filed a formal protest regardi...
Migrants and Mounds
Archaeology Southwest Publishes Much-Anticipated “Migrants and Mounds” Preservation Archaeology in southeastern Arizona’s San Pedro River valley reveals a story of migration, tension, and integration in the distant past Tucson, Ariz. (November 14, 2012) — Archaeology Southwest is pleased t...
Archaeology Southwest Publishes Much-Anticipated “Migrants and Mounds”
Archaeology Southwest (formerly the Center for Desert Archaeology) is pleased to announce the publication of Migrants and Mounds: Classic Period Archaeology of the Lower San Pedro Valley, edited by Jeffery J. Clark and Patrick D. Lyons. The richly illustrated volume presents the results of Archaeolo...
Report from the 2012 National Preservation Conference
By Bill Doelle, Archaeology Southwest President & CEO The National Trust for Historic Preservation holds an annual conference in a different U.S. city each year. Last week, from October 31 through November 2, we converged on Spokane, Washington, a city of 209,000 that has a robust historic do...