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1986-1987 - "Archaeology in Tucson" Volunteers Survey Catalina State Park
Archaeology in Tucson volunteers survey more than 2 1/2 square miles in Catalina State Park, north of Tucson. Twenty-nine new sites are recorded, and additional information is collected from thirteen previously known sites. In the mid-1800s, Francisco Romero built stone-walled ranch buildings atop a...
1982 - Our Beginning
William H. Doelle establishes the Arizona Division of the Institute for American Research, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Santa Barbara, California. The Arizona Division studies Tucson Basin prehistory through contract archaeology, research grants, and private donations.