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Agriculture, Prehistoric -- Arizona. (1)
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Antiquities -- Southwest, New (1)
Antiquities, Prehistoric-- Southwest, New (1)
Archaeological surveying--Arizona--Tucson Region (1)
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Archaeology—Arizona (1)
Architecture -- Mexico -- Hermosillo (1)
Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park (Globe, Ariz.) (1)
Ceramics. (1)
Cochise culture--Arizona (1)
Ethnoarchaeology. (1)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona (1)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona (1)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona -- Phoenix (1)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona. (2)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico (1)
Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona (2)
Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona. (1)
Excavations (Archaeology)--Mexico, North (1)
Excavations (Archaeology)--New Mexico (1)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona (1)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona. (1)
Hohokam culture--Arizona (1)
Hohokham (1)
Hohokham culture--Arizona--Phoenix (1)
Hopi Indians -- Antiquities (1)
Indian baskets--Southwest (1)
Indians of North America--Arizona--Antiquities. (1)
Indians of North America -- Agriculture -- Arizona. (1)
Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Antiquities (1)
Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Antiquities. (1)
Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Antiquities (1)
Indians of North American--Arizona--Antiquities (1)
Irrigation -- Arizona. (1)
Irrigation canals and flumes -- Arizona. (1)
Kalinga (Philippine people). (1)
Migration, Internal--Arizona. (1)
Missions--Spanish--United States (1)
Museums -- Arizona (1)
Photography—Applied (1)
Pottery, Prehistoric-- Arizona (1)
Pottery, prehistoric -- Arizona (1)
Processual archaeology. (1)
Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Antiquities. (1)
Pueblo Indians--Migrations. (1)
Pueblo Indians--Populations. (1)
Ridge Ruin (Ariz.) (1)
Social archaeology. (1)
Stone implements--Arizona (1)
Tohono O'Odham art (1)
Tohono O'odham Indians--Arizona (1)
Tohono O'odham Indians--Social life and customs (1)
Winona Village Site (Ariz.) (1)
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1Author:  Anna A. Neuzil.Requires cookie*
 Title:  In The Aftermath of Migration: assessing the social consequences of late 13th and 14th century population movements in Southeastern Arizona. October 2003 - December 2004 ead 
 Date(s):  October 2003 - December 2004 
 Abstract:  Documentation of artifacts recovered during collection survey at known sites in the Safford and Aravaipa Valleys of Southeastern Arizona. Fieldwork occurred in support of dissertation research that examined population movements from Northeastern Arizona in the late 13th and 14th centuries. This dissertation examines an instance of population movement from northeastern Arizona to the Safford and Aravaipa valleys of southeastern Arizona in the late thirteenth and fourteenth centuries in order to understand the scale at which these migrations occurred, as well as the effect these migrations had on the expression of identity of both migrant and indigenous groups. Previous research indicated that at least one group of migrants from the Kayenta and Tusayan areas of northeastern Arizona arrived in the Safford Valley in the last decades of the thirteenth century. The research presented here found that several other parties of puebloan migrants arrived in both suprahousehold level and household level groups during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, first settling independently of local populations, and then intermingling with local populations at mixed settlements. Initially, as migrant and indigenous populations remained segregated from each other, their pre-migration identities were maintained, and each group remained distinct. However, as these populations began to live together at mixed settlements, they renegotiated their identities in order to deal with the day-to-day realities of living with groups of people with whom they had no previous experience. Through this process, migrant and indigenous groups formed a new identity that incorporated elements of the pre-migration identities of both groups. With these results, a model of the effects of migration on identity was created and refined to allow the social consequences of migration to be better understood. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Museum 
 Subjects:  Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona. | Migration, Internal--Arizona. | Pueblo Indians--Migrations. | Pueblo Indians--Populations. 
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2Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Watson Smith Papers, 1936-1996 ead 
 Date(s):  1936-1996 
 Abstract:  Collection consists of correspondence, archaeological papers, and manuscripts including lectures, an autobiography, and a biography of George Peabody by Charles Towne. 2000 addition consists of further correspondence and project files for reviews, lectures, and excavation reports. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Museum 
 Subjects:  Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Antiquities | Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Antiquities | Hopi Indians -- Antiquities | Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico | Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona 
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3Author:  Longacre, William A., 1937-2015Requires cookie*
 Title:  William A. Longacre papers, 1937-2016 ead 
 Date(s):  1937-2016 
 Abstract:  The professional papers of William A. Longacre (1937-2015), archaeologist and former Head of Anthropology at the University of Arizona. Includes correspondence, research files, publications, organization files, and records of field work in east-central Arizona, the Philippines, and China. Approximately half of the collection documents Longacre’s long term ethnoarchaeological research program focused on ceramics among the Kalinga, an indigenous group in the northern Philippines, consisting of correspondence, field notes, and data analysis. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Museum 
 Subjects:  Ceramics. | Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona. | Ethnoarchaeology. | Indians of North America--Arizona--Antiquities. | Kalinga (Philippine people). | Processual archaeology. | Social archaeology. 
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4Author:  Midvale, FrankRequires cookie*
 Title:  Frank Midvale Papers 1865-1972 1930-1972 ead 
 Date(s):  1865-1972 
 Abstract:  The Frank Midvale Papers house correspondence, manuscripts, notes, photographs, maps, and printed material documenting Midvale's archaeological work. Although the collection dates from 1865 to 1972, the bulk of the material was created between 1930 and 1972. The papers are arranged in six series. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Agriculture, Prehistoric -- Arizona. | Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona. | Hohokam culture -- Arizona. | Indians of North America -- Agriculture -- Arizona. | Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Antiquities. | Irrigation -- Arizona. | Irrigation canals and flumes -- Arizona. | Pueblo Indians -- Arizona -- Antiquities. 
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5Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Sayles Papers,1913-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  1913-1977 
 Abstract:  Collection consists of surveys, reports and notes relating to several archaeological sites surveyed or excavated by E.B. Sayles, particularly work on the Cochise Culture, as well as some personal materials mainly relating to his freelance photography. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Museum 
 Subjects:  Antiquities, Prehistoric-- Southwest, New | Animals, Fossil--Southwest, New | Archaeological surveying--Arizona--Tucson Region | Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona | Excavations (Archaeology)--New Mexico | Excavations (Archaeology)--Mexico, North | Cochise culture--Arizona | Hohokam culture--Arizona | Pottery, Prehistoric-- Arizona | Stone implements--Arizona 
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6Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Works Progress Administration (WPA) Statewide Archaeological Project,1938-1940 ead 
 Date(s):  1938-1940 
 Abstract:  Collection consists of reports, correspondence, personnel records, and other documentation of archaeological excavations in Arizona carried out under WPA auspices, in particular the Besh-ba-gowah and Inspiration I sites. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Museum 
 Subjects:  Antiquities -- Southwest, New | Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona | Hohokam culture -- Arizona | Pottery, prehistoric -- Arizona | Museums -- Arizona | Ridge Ruin (Ariz.) | Winona Village Site (Ariz.) | Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park (Globe, Ariz.) 
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7Author:  Julian D. HaydenRequires cookie*
 Title:  Julian D. Hayden Photograph Collection 1934-1942 ead 
 Date(s):  1934-1942 
 Abstract:  This collection is comprised of personal and professional photographs of Julian D. Hayden. Much of this material relates to his work as an archaeologist, including excavations of Snaketown, Ventana Cave, Pueblo Grande and other excavations. Other photos include Pima Indian ethnographic material, 19th century Arizona ruins and Spanish missions in Arizona and Mexico. Personal photographs include images of Irwin Hayden (Julian D. Hayden’s father,) Emil Haury and other contemporaries of Hayden. There are also some photographs of Julian Hayden’s jewelry work. All images are available in negative format or contact sheets. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Tohono O'odham Indians--Arizona | Tohono O'odham Indians--Social life and customs | Hohokham | Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona | Indians of North American--Arizona--Antiquities | Archaeologists--Arizona | Indian baskets--Southwest | Missions--Spanish--United States | Hohokham culture--Arizona--Phoenix | Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona -- Phoenix | Architecture -- Mexico -- Hermosillo | Photography—Applied | Tohono O'Odham art | Archaeology—Arizona | Hohokam culture 
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