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Arizona Collection Ephemera: Anthropology and Archaeology 1910-1999

A-AA


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arizona State University Libraries. Department of Archives and Special Collections
Title: Arizona Collection Ephemera: Anthropology and Archaeology
Inclusive Dates: 1910-1999
Quantity: 6 Boxes (3.0 Linear Feet)
Abstract:This guide describes ephemeral pieces documenting archaeology and anthropology in the Southwest, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas held in the Arizona Collection.
Identification: A-AA
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Historical Note

The Arizona Collection has been an integral part of the Arizona State University Libraries for many years. Although no official beginning date exists, the origin of the present collection can be traced back to 1917, when Thomas J. Cookson, the College Librarian, began building a small Southwestern Collection. In 1943, the primary focus shifted to materials about Arizona.

The Arizona Collection has changed considerably in size and scope since those times. In 1985, the Collection became part of the Department of Archives and Special Collections.

The Arizona Collection contains materials in all formats. Its strengths include over 8,000 linear feet of manuscripts and personal papers; oral histories; a book collection of over 30,000 titles; and more than 500,000 photographic prints and negatives.


Scope and Content Note

This guide describes ephemeral pieces documenting archaeology and anthropology in the Southwest, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas held in the Arizona Collection. Where available, subject terms describing the item's content have been included. When requesting materials, researchers should refer to the piece's individual call number.


Arrangement

This collection consists of six boxes divided into two series:
Series I: Anthropology
Series II: Archaeology

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday. Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability.

Copyright

Arizona State University does not own the copyright to this collection. We recognize that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.


Access Terms

Subject(s)
Anthropology -- Southwest, New
Archaeology -- Southwest, New


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Arizona Collection Ephemera: Anthropology and Archaeology, [Various], Arizona State University Library.

Provenance

Acquired from various sources.


Container List

Series I: Anthropology
A-1Prehistoric Man in the Southwest, 1936
Corporate Name(s)
Grand Canyon Natural History Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Southwest, New
Archaeology -- Southwest, New
Ruins

A-15American Indian Pottery and Baskets, 1952
Corporate Name(s)
Philbrook Art Center (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Indian arts -- North America
Indian pottery -- North America
Indian baskets -- North America

A-16Atlatl in North America, 1955
Personal Name(s)
Kellar, James H. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Indiana Historical Society (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Indians of North America
Weapons

A-22Navajo Burial, circa 1850 (Article in Pamphlet)
Personal Name(s)
Tanner, Clara Lee (Author)
Steen, Charlie R., 1908-1997

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Indians of North America -- Funeral customs and rites

A-25Crooked Ridge Village, 1954 July (no. 24)
Personal Name(s)
Wheat, Joe Ben (Author)

Subject(s)
Mogollon culture
Archeology
Ancestral Pueblo culture
Anthropology

Title(s)
Bulletin (University of Arizona) (Publisher)

A-34Survey of Southwestern Archaeology, 1935 (9 Plates; Smithsonian Report for 1935, no. 3373, pp.507-533)
Personal Name(s)
Roberts, Frank H. H. (Frank Harold Hanna), 1897-1966 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
United States. Government Printing Office (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Archaeology

A-42.1Newsclippings: Hohokam Culture
Subject(s)
Anthropology

A-42.2Newsclippings: Snaketown
Subject(s)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona
Anthropology

A-42.3Newsclippings: Pueblo Grande
Subject(s)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona -- Pueblo Grande
Anthropology -- Arizona -- Pueblo Grande

A-43Newsclippings: Archeology
Subject(s)
Ruins
Anthropology

A-46Newsclippings: Camp Date Creek
Subject(s)
Military bases
Anthropology

A-49Ninety Years of Glen Canyon Archaeology (1869-1959) (Bulletin 33; Glen Canyon Series No. 2)
Personal Name(s)
Adams, William Y. (William Yewdale), 1927- (Author)

Title(s)
Bulletin (Museum of Northern Arizona) (Publisher)

A-54Primitive Stone Industry of the Little Colorado Valley, 1943 January (Reprint; 5 Pages; vol. 8, no.3)
Personal Name(s)
Bartlett, Katharine (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology -- Arizona

Title(s)
American antiquity (Menasha, Wis.) (Publisher)

A-56Patayan Problem in the Colorado River Valley, 1945 Spring (Reprint; 8 Pages; Vol. 1, no. 1)
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples
Anthropology

Title(s)
Southwestern journal of anthropology (Albuquerque, N.M.) (Publisher)

A-71Everyday Life in Pueblo Bonita, 1925 September (Article; vol. XLVIII, no.3, pp.227-262)
Personal Name(s)
Judd, Neil Merton, 1887-1976 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
National Geographic Society (U.S.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples
Anthropology

A-72Archaeology and the Reconstruction of History, 1942 July (Reprint; 2 Copies; 8 Pages; vol. 8, no. 1)
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Subject(s)
Hopi Indians
Hohokam culture
Sinagua culture
Anthropology

Title(s)
American antiquity (Menasha, Wis.) (Publisher)

A-73First Two Seasons at Awatovi, 1937 October (Reprint; Vol. 3, no. 2, pp.122-137)
Personal Name(s)
Brew, J. O. (John Otis), 1906-1988 (Author)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric Pueblo Cultures
Anthropology

Title(s)
American antiquity (Menasha, Wis.) (Publisher)

A-74Minute Beads from Prehistoric Pueblos, 1931 January-March (Reprint; vol.33, no.1, pp.80-87)
Personal Name(s)
Haury, Emil W. (Emil Walter), 1904-1992 (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology

Title(s)
American anthropologist (Publisher)

A-75Seeking the Secret of the Giants, 1952 September (Article; Vol. CII, pp.390-404)
Personal Name(s)
Setzler, Frank M. (Frank Maryl), 1902-1975 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
National Geographic Society (U.S.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)

Subject(s)
Yuman Indians
Anthropology

A-75Giant Effigies of the Southwest, 1952 September (Article; Vol. CII, p.389)
Personal Name(s)
Marshall, George C. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
National Geographic Society (U.S.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Indians of North America -- Funeral customs and rites
Anthropology

A-77The Land of the Stone Hoe, 1924
Personal Name(s)
Turney, Omar A. (Author)

Subject(s)
Archeology
Canals

A-78Note Concerning ... Remains of Small Theropod from Navajo Sandstone in Northern Arizona, 1936 February (Reprint; 1 Page; Museum of Northern Arizona, Vol.XXXI)
Personal Name(s)
Brady, L. F. (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology

Title(s)
American journal of science (Publisher)

A-80Cerros de Trincheras of the Arizona Papagueria, 1941 April (Reprint; 3 Copies; The Geographical Review, vol. XXXI, no. 2, pp.228-239)
Personal Name(s)
Hoover, J. W. (Jonas Wenger), 1889-1979 (Author)

Subject(s)
Archaeology
Tohono O'odham Indians
Anthropology

A-81Exploring in Canyon of Death: Remains of People ... In Southwest ... 4,000 Years Ago Revealed, 1925 September (Article; National Geographic, Vol.XLVIII, pp.263-300)
Personal Name(s)
Morris, Earl H. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
National Geographic Society (U.S.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Muerto, Canyon del (Apache County, Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Anthropology

A-84Concerning the Names of Southwestern Pottery Types, 1935 (Article; 2 Copies; pp.17-23)
Personal Name(s)
Hargrave, Lyndon L. (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Pottery

Title(s)
Southwestern lore (Boulder, Colo.) (Publisher)

A-85Prehistoric Trade in the Southwest, 1941 April (Reprint; vol. III, pp. 308-319)
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology

Title(s)
The Scientific monthly (Washington, D.C.) (Publisher)

A-86Decorative Designs on Elden Pueblo Pottery, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1932 (Reprint; no. 2930; Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, vol.81, art. 7, pp.111)
Personal Name(s)
Hough, Walter, 1859-1935 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Smithsonian Institution (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric Pottery
Anthropology -- Arizona -- Flagstaff

A-87Unique Pueblo II Bird Fetish, 1932 April-June (3 Copies; Reprint; vol.34, no.2, pp.315-319)
Personal Name(s)
Bartlett, Katharine (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology

Title(s)
American anthropologist (Publisher)

A-90Troy Town on the Hopi Mesas, 1944 February (Reprint; Vol.LVIII, pp.129-134)
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Subject(s)
Petroglyph Labyrinth Design
Anthropology

Title(s)
The Scientific monthly (Washington, D.C.) (Publisher)

A-92Utilization of Maize Among the Ancient Pueblos, 1936 October 15 (Reprint; University of New Mexico Bulletin)
Personal Name(s)
Bartlett, Katharine (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
University of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Agriculture, Prehistoric
Anthropology

A-93Disclosures of Ancient Life in the Grand Canyon, 1930 August 17 (News Service Bulletin, Carnegie Institution of Washington, vol. II, no.9)
Corporate Name(s)
Carnegie Institution of Washington (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Fossils -- Arizona
Geology -- Arizona
Anthropology

A-94Rise and Fall of the Prehistoric Population of Northern Arizona, 1936 October 16 (Reprint; vol.84, no.2181, pp.337-343)
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology -- Arizona

Title(s)
Science (New York, N.Y.) (Publisher)

A-95Burial of an Early American Magician, 1943 February (2 Copies; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol.88, no.2, pp.270-298)
Personal Name(s)
McGregor, John C. (John Charles), 1905-1992 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
American Philosophical Society (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric Pueblo Cultures
Indians of North America -- Funeral customs and rites
Anthropology

A-96Arizona Sacrifices her Prehistoric Canals, 1929 (Explorations and fieldwork of the Smithsonian Institution in 1929, pp.177-182)
Personal Name(s)
Judd, Neil Merton, 1887-1976 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Smithsonian Institution (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Anthropology -- Arizona
Irrigation canals and flumes -- Arizona

A-97Archaeological Investigations at Arizona U:9:45(ASM): a Limited Activity Site, 1974 December (79 Pages)
Corporate Name(s)
United States. National Park Service (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona
Anthropology -- Arizona

A-98Ancient Ruin in Arizona (Article; 2 Pages)
Personal Name(s)
Lee, J. C. Y. (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology -- Arizona
Ruins

A-99Archaeological Collection from Young's Canyon near Flagstaff, 1926 January 12 (24 Pages; Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. 77, no. 10)
Personal Name(s)
Fewkes, Jesse Walter, 1850-1930 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Smithsonian Institution (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona -- Flagstaff
Anthropology -- Arizona -- Flagstaff

A-101Exploration of Ruins in the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, 1930
Personal Name(s)
Hough, Walter, 1859-1935 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Smithsonian Institution (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Arizona
Indians of North America
Archaeology -- Arizona

A-105Archaeological Excavations
Subject(s)
Ruins
Arizona

A-107Newsclippings: La Paz Excavations
Subject(s)
Arizona

A-112University of Arizona: Indian Ruin, 1953
Personal Name(s)
Dobyns, Henry F. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Rillito River (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona -- Tucson

A-116Outline of Anthropology for Teachers
Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture
Hohokam culture
Anthropology

A-121Our Cultural Heritage and Arizona Highways - The Arizona Highway Salvage Project
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona. Highway Division (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona
Historic preservation -- Arizona

A-124Report on Excavation of a Small Ruin near Point of Pines, East Central Arizona, 1950
Personal Name(s)
Wendorf, Fred (Author)

Subject(s)
Pit houses -- Arizona
Indian pottery -- Arizona
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona

Title(s)
Bulletin (University of Arizona) (Publisher)

A-127Documentary History of the Rio Grande Pueblos of New Mexico, 1910
Personal Name(s)
Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Archaeological Institute of America (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Pueblos -- New Mexico -- History

A-130Petroglyphs: The Record of a Great Adventure, 1931
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Subject(s)
Arizona -- History
Hopi Indians -- Arizona
Petroglyphs -- Arizona

A-137Archaeological Survey of Proposed White Tanks 230 Kv Transmission Line and Receiving Station, 1973
Corporate Name(s)
Salt River Project (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeological surveying

A-148Survey of Navajo Archaeology, 1954
Personal Name(s)
Riley, Carrol L. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Navajo Nation, Arizona, New Mexico & Utah

Subject(s)
Archaeological surveying

Title(s)
University of Colorado studies (Publisher)

A-149Publications in Dendrochronology since 1950 and 1969, 1969
Corporate Name(s)
University of Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Dendrochronology -- Bibliography

A-151Life Figures on Hohokam Pottery, 1937
Personal Name(s)
Fast, John E. (Author)
Caywood, Louis R. (Louis Richard), 1906-1997

Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Hohokam culture
Indian pottery

A-153Newsclippings: Paleontology
Subject(s)
Anthropology

A-154New Sub-Culture in Arizona, 1937
Personal Name(s)
Hargrave, Lyndon L. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona

A-169Archaeology of Nayarit, Mexico, 1949
Personal Name(s)
Corona Núñez, José (Author)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Mexico
Prehistoric peoples -- Mexico

A-174Dating our Prehistoric Pueblo Ruins, 1930
Smithsonian exploration and field work.
Personal Name(s)
Judd, Neil Merton, 1887-1976 (Author)

Subject(s)
Ruins

A-176Plea for ... Preservation of Biological Material from Prehistoric Sites, 1938
Personal Name(s)
Hargrave, Lyndon L. (Author)

Subject(s)
Ruins

Title(s)
Southwestern lore (Boulder, Colo.) (Publisher)

A-179Metates and Manos: The Basic Corn Grinding Tools of the Southwest
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Eddy, Frank W. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Indians of North America -- Food
Corn

A-180Old North Pueblo of Pecos: The Condition of the Main Pecos Ruin, 1917
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-1963 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Pecos National Historical Park (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- New Mexico
Ruins

A-181The Story of the Pueblo of Kuaua, 1951
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Sinclair, John L., 1902-1993 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Kuaua Ruins (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- New Mexico
Cave paintings -- New Mexico
Dwellings, Prehistoric -- New Mexico

A-182Southwest Indian Pictographs and Petroglyphs, 1965
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Schaafsma, Polly (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Petroglyphs -- Southwest, New
Antiquities

A-183Early Man Projectile Points in the Southwest
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Honea, Kenneth (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Weapons, Prehistoric -- Southwest, New
Anthropology

A-184The Southwest: Yesterday and Tomorrow, 1921
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Hewett, Edgar L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Archaeological Institute of America (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Chaco Culture National Historical Park (N.M.)
Chetro Ketl Site (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Archaeology -- New Mexico

A-185Sky, Sun and Water: The Southwest of Frederick Webb Hodge, 1954
Removed from the Ryder Ridgway Collection.
Personal Name(s)
Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956 (Author)
Powell, Lawrence Clark, 1906-2001

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Southwest, New

Title(s)
Southwest review (Dallas, Tex.) (Publisher)

A-186Micro-Evolution in a Human Population: A Study of Social Eco-gamy ... Among the Western Apaches, 1956
Personal Name(s)
White, Charles B. (Author)
Kraus, Bertram S.

Subject(s)
Apache Indians
Blood groups
Anthropology

Title(s)
American anthropologist (Publisher)

A-187Prehistoric Ruins of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, 1928
Geographic Name(s)
Chaco Culture National Historical Park (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Dwellings, Prehistoric -- New Mexico

A-188Anthropological Papers: Ruins in the White Mountains, 1919
Personal Name(s)
Spier, Leslie, 1893-1961 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
White Mountains (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Zuni Indians
Archaeology -- Arizona

A-189Mimbres Indians, 1968
Personal Name(s)
Gerald, Rex E. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
El Paso Centennial Museum (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Mimbres culture -- Social life and customs

A-190/OVPueblo Time Line, circa 1989
Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture

A-191Southwestern Lore: Indians and Spaniards in the Southwest, 1943 March
Personal Name(s)
Postlethwaite, W. W. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Colorado Archaeological Society (Publisher)

Subject(s)
New Mexico -- History
Indian pottery -- New Mexico
Archaeology -- New Mexico

A-192Gallina/Towers Articles and Archaeological Reports, 1938-1953
Personal Name(s)
Hibben, Frank C. (Frank Cummings), 1910-2002 (Author)

Subject(s)
Indian pottery -- New Mexico
Ruins
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- New Mexico
Archaeology -- New Mexico

A-193History of Gila Pueblo, Arizona, 1989
Personal Name(s)
Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona -- Globe
Schools -- Arizona -- Globe
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona -- Globe
Salado culture -- Arizona -- Globe

A-194Squaw Peak Parkway Archaeology, 1986
Corporate Name(s)
Pueblo Grande Museum

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Dwellings, Prehistoric -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Hohokam culture -- Arizona -- Phoenix

A-195Archaeological Parks and Sites
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona. State Historic Preservation Office (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Arizona
Ruins

A-196Espada Ancha: Newsletter of the Center for Spanish Colonial Archaeology, 1988-
Personal Name(s)
Williams, Jack (Author)
Williams, Anita Alvarez de

Geographic Name(s)
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park (Agency)

A-197Savage Anthropologists and Unvanishing Indians, 1973
Personal Name(s)
Fontana, Bernard L. (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Indians of North America

A-198Head of the Rio Grande, 1990
Corporate Name(s)
University of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Education, Higher -- New Mexico
Anthropology

A-200Hohokam Indians of the Tucson Basin, 1979
Personal Name(s)
Gregonis, Linda M. (Author)
Reinhard, Karl J.

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Archaeology
Hohokam culture

A-202An Analysis of Basketmaker III Sandals from Northeastern Arizona, 1938
Personal Name(s)
Baldwin, Gordon C. (Gordon Cortis), 1908-1983 (Author)

Subject(s)
Indians of North America -- Clothing -- Arizona

Title(s)
American anthropologist (Publisher)

A-221Vandalism of Prehistoric Sites: Informational Literature, 1990-
Subject(s)
Archaeology
Ruins
Vandalism
Antiquities

A-222Ball Courts in Northern Arizona?, 1936
Personal Name(s)
McGregor, John C. (John Charles), 1905-1992 (Author)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona

A-223A Review of Archaeological Activities in the San Francisco Mountain Region, Arizona, 1933
Personal Name(s)
Hargrave, Lyndon L. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona
Ruins

A-224Sikyatki: Were the Inhabitants Hopi?, 1937
Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Hopi Indians
Ruins
Ancestral Pueblo culture

A-225Tuzigoot, A Prehistoric Pueblo of the Upper Verde, 1934
Personal Name(s)
Spicer, Edward Holland, 1906-1983 (Author)
Caywood, Louis R. (Louis Richard), 1906-1997

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tuzigoot Pueblo (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Ruins

A-226The Story of Tolchaco: A Mission for the Navajos (1900-1918), 1936
Personal Name(s)
Johnston, Philip (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tolchaco Mission (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Arizona
Catholic Church -- Arizona -- Tolchaco
Navajo Indians -- Arizona

A-227Conservation of the Scientific Resources of Arizona, 1931
Personal Name(s)
Colton, Harold Sellers, 1881-1970 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Historic sites -- Law and legislation -- Arizona
Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration -- Arizona
Antiquities

A-228Winona Village: A Report of Progress, 1938
Personal Name(s)
McGregor, John C. (John Charles), 1905-1992 (Author)
Wetherill, Milton A.

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Mogollon culture -- Arizona
Hohokam culture -- Arizona
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona
Ruins
Archaeology

A-229Stone Artifacts: San Francisco Mountain Region, 1930
Personal Name(s)
Bartlett, Katharine (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of Northern Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona
Indians of North America -- Antiquities

A-230Arizona Archaeological Society: Q Ranch Lodge Summer Field School, 1991
Personal Name(s)
Rogers, Jefferson
Wilson, George

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona
Ranches -- Arizona
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona

A-231Easter Ceremonies in Mexico: Crucifiction at Ixtapalapa and Easter Sunday, La Florida, 1990
Personal Name(s)
Sheridan, Thomas E. (Author)
Dewar, John
Griffith, James A.

Geographic Name(s)
Sinaloa (Mexico : State)
Sonora (Mexico : State)

Subject(s)
Easter
Rites and ceremonies -- Mexico
Tohono O'odham Indians

A-232Arizona Site Steward Program Handbook, 1991 February
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona. State Historic Preservation Office (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration

A-233The Sanchez site: L.A. 20,000, 1982-1989
Subject(s)
Archaeology
Historic sites

A-234Techniques and Procedures for Rock Art Recording (Monograph no. 3)
Personal Name(s)
Bain, James G. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Center for Anthropological Studies (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Petroglyphs
Picture-writing
Antiquities

A-235Glass Bead Basics, 1991
Personal Name(s)
Ortega, Gilbert, 1936-2003 (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Beads -- History

A-236Sears Point Archaeological District: National Register of Historic Places Documentation Sheets
Personal Name(s)
Johnson, Boma

Corporate Name(s)
United States. National Park Service (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Sears Point (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Intaglios
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona
Hohokam culture -- Arizona
Trails -- Arizona
Petroglyphs -- Arizona

A-237The Anasazi, 1991
Corporate Name(s)
Children's Press Publication (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Ancestral Pueblo culture

A-238Please Stop Destroying Arizona's Past, 1991
Corporate Name(s)
United States. Forest Service (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Vandalism

A-239Lonesome Valley Ruin in Yavapai County, Arizona
Personal Name(s)
Barnett, Franklin (Author)

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Archaeology -- Arizona -- Yavapai County
Ruins

A-240Anthropology, A Special Section, 1957
Personal Name(s)
Haury, Emil W. (Emil Walter), 1904-1992 (Author)
Spicer, Edward Holland, 1906-1983
Kraus, Bertram S.

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Mexico

Title(s)
Arizona alumnus (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

A-241Arizona Archaeologist, 1967
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Archaeological Society, Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona
Archaeological surveying -- Arizona
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona

A-242Exploration, 1971
Corporate Name(s)
School of American Research (Santa Fe, N.M.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Indian arts -- North America
Archaeology
Prehistoric peoples -- North America
Hopi Indians -- Rites and ceremonies

A-243Sinagua: Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Southwest, New
Sinagua culture -- Southwest, New

A-244Salado: Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Salado culture -- Southwest, New
Prehistoric peoples -- Southwest, New

A-245Mogollan: Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Mimbres culture
Prehistoric peoples -- Southwest, New
Mogollon culture

A-246Hohokam: Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Pit houses -- Southwest, New
Architecture, Prehistoric -- Southwest, New
Hohokam culture

A-247Anasasi: Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Southwest, New
Ruins

A-248Informational Literature: Casa Malpais Pueblo, Springerville, Arizona, 1993
Subject(s)
Mogollon culture -- Arizona -- Springerville
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona -- Springerville
Archaeology -- Arizona -- Springerville
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona -- Springerville

A-249Raven Site Ruin, St. Johns, Arizona
Geographic Name(s)
White Mountain Archaeological Center (Apache, Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona -- St. Johns
Archaeology -- Arizona -- St. Johns

A-250Hohokam: The Ancients in Phoenix, 1990
Personal Name(s)
Hodge, Carle (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Salt River Valley (Gila County and Maricopa County, Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Hohokam culture -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Tools, Prehistoric -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Agriculture, Prehistoric
Dwellings, Prehistoric -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Phoenix (Ariz.) -- Maps

Title(s)
Arizona republic (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

A-251Solving the Mystery of the Lost Hohokam, 1955
Personal Name(s)
Stanley, Rex (Author)
Halseth, Odd S.

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona -- Salt River Valley (Gila County and Maricopa County, Ariz.)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona -- Salt River Valley (Gila County and Maricopa County, Ariz.)
Hohokam culture -- Rites and ceremonies
Archaeology

A-253University of Arizona Indian Ruin, 1953
Purchased in 1988.
Personal Name(s)
Dobyns, Henry F. (Author)
Wright, Barton A.

Geographic Name(s)
University Indian Ruin (Ariz.)
Rillito River (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Ruins
Hohokam culture -- Arizona

A-254River Hohokam of Pueblo Grande
Corporate Name(s)
Pueblo Grande Museum

Subject(s)
Hohokam culture -- Arizona -- Phoenix
Ruins

A-255Hohokam from these Hills, circa 1989
Corporate Name(s)
Cave Creek Museum (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples
Hohokam culture

A-256Last Ditch Archeology
Personal Name(s)
Adams, Daniel B. (Author)

Subject(s)
Arizona -- History
Hohokam culture -- Arizona
Anthropology

A-258The Ancient Ruins of Sedona, 1993
Personal Name(s)
Johnson, Hoyt C. (Author)
Johnson, Tom

Subject(s)
Cliff-dwellings -- Arizona -- Sedona
Ruins

Title(s)
Sedona magazine (Sedona, Ariz.) (Publisher)

A-259Some Notes on Directional Movement in the Drawings and Paintings of Pueblo and Navajo Children, 1964
Personal Name(s)
Ballinger, Thomas O. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
American Anthropological Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Pueblo art
Navajo art
Anthropology
Indian children

A-260Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, 1995
Corporate Name(s)
University of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
Anthropology
Archaeology

A-260Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, 1995
Corporate Name(s)
University of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
Anthropology
Archaeology

A-261Easy Field Guide to Southwestern Petroglyphs, 1995
Personal Name(s)
Welsh, Elizabeth C. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Primer Publishers (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Petroglyphs -- Southwest, New
Anthropology

A-262The Desert Cultures and the Balcones Phase: Archaic Manifestations in the Southwest and Texas
Personal Name(s)
Kelly, J. Charles (Author)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Southwest, New

Title(s)
American antiquity (Menasha, Wis.) (Publisher)

A-263The Past Belongs to All of Us, 1993
Corporate Name(s)
United States. Bureau of Reclamation (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Anthropology
Archaeology

A-264The Ancient Rock Art of Utah and Arizona
Subject(s)
Petroglyphs -- Utah
Petroglyphs -- Arizona
Antiquities

A-265Arizona Site Steward Program
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona. State Historic Preservation Office (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Historic preservation -- Arizona
Archaeology -- Arizona

Series II: Archaeology
AA-1New Mexico State Monument: Jemez, 1993
Personal Name(s)
Elliott, Michael L. (Michael Lee) (Author)
Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956
Hewett, Edgar L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946

Corporate Name(s)
Museum of New Mexico (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Jemez Historic Site (N.M.)
Giusewa Pueblo (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Ruins
New Mexico -- History
Archaeology -- New Mexico
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- New Mexico

AA-2National Park Service Southwest Archaeological Center, Globe, Arizona, 1967
Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona -- Globe

AA-4Archaeology Week, 1992
Subject(s)
Archaeology
Bookmarks

AA-5Nose Plugs from Northern Arizona, 1945
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
McGregor, John C. (John Charles), 1905-1992

Corporate Name(s)
Society for American Archaeology (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Antiquities
Indians of North America -- Clothing -- Arizona

AA-6Prayer Sticks in Walls of Mummy Cave Tower, Canyon del Muerto, 1941
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Morris, Earl H.

Corporate Name(s)
Society for American Archaeology (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Muerto, Canyon del (Apache County, Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Indians of North America -- Religion

AA-7An Unexplored Area of the Southwest, 1992
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Morris, Earl H.

Corporate Name(s)
American Museum of Natural History (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Southwest, New -- Description and travel
Rainbow Bridge (Utah)

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona

AA-8Guide Leaflet for Amateur Archaeologists, 1930
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Corporate Name(s)
National Research Council (U.S.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeology
Archaeological surveying

AA-9A Shell Bracelet Manufactory, 1936
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Woodward, Arthur, 1898-1986

Corporate Name(s)
Society for American Archaeology (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Archaeology
Antiquities
Indians of North America -- Clothing -- Arizona

AA-11Casa Malpais, a Fortified Pueblo Site at Springerville, Arizona, 1950
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Danson, Edward Bridge, 1916-2000 (Author)
Molde, Harold E.

Corporate Name(s)
Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Casa Malpais Ruins (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona -- Springerville

AA-12Dating Prehistoric Ruins by Tree Rings, 1949
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Stallings, W. S. (William Sidney), 1910-

Corporate Name(s)
Tree-Ring Society (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Dendrochronology
Archaeological dating
Ruins

AA-13The Archaeological Survey of Arizona State University Museum, 1957
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Wasley, William W. (William Warwick), 1919-1970

Corporate Name(s)
University of Arizona (Publisher)
Arizona State Museum

Subject(s)
Archaeological surveying -- Arizona

AA-14The Place of Coiled Ware in Southwestern Pottery, 1917
Donated by Mrs. Joseph Clifford.
Personal Name(s)
Morris, Earl H.

Subject(s)
Indian pottery -- North America

AA-15Arizona Archaeology Awareness Month, 1995-
Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona
Tourism -- Arizona
Indian arts -- North America
Museums -- Arizona

AA-17Shoofly Village: A Look into the Past, 1994
Geographic Name(s)
Tonto National Forest (Ariz.)

AA-18Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado, 1995
Geographic Name(s)
Crow Canyon (Colo.) -- Description and travel

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Colorado -- Cortez
Anthropology -- Colorado -- Cortez
Ruins

AA-19Help Stop the Commercial Plundering of Arizona's Archaeological Sites, 1994
Subject(s)
Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration -- Arizona
Historic sites -- Law and legislation -- Arizona
Antiquities

AA-20Informational Brochures: Besh Ba Gowah Archaeological Park, Globe, Arizona, 1988-
Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Arizona -- Globe
Salado culture -- Arizona -- Globe

AA-21Informational Brochures: Sabino Canyon Ruin, Tucson, Arizona, 1996-
Corporate Name(s)
Old Pueblo Archaeology Center (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Ancestral Pueblo culture -- Arizona -- Tucson
Ruins

AA-22Stalking the Past: Prehistory at the Petrified Forest, 1993
Personal Name(s)
Jones, Anne Trinkle (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Petrified Forest Museum Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Geology -- Arizona
Antiquities

AA-23A Guide to New Mexico's Best Prehistoric Indian Ruins
Personal Name(s)
Swartley, Ron (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Frontier Image Press (Las Cruces, N.M.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Chaco Culture National Historical Park (N.M.)
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument (N.M.)
Pecos National Historical Park (N.M.)
Abo (N.M.)
Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument (N.M.)
Quarai Ruins (N.M.)
Puye Cliff Dwellings (N.M.)
Aztec Ruins National Monument (N.M.)
Bandelier National Monument (N.M.)
El Morro National Monument (N.M.)
Jemez Historic Site (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Ruins

AA-241976 Field Season of the Mimbres Foundation in Southwestern New Mexico, 1977 June
Personal Name(s)
LeBlanc, Steven A. (Author)

Subject(s)
Mimbres culture -- New Mexico
Ruins
Indian pottery -- New Mexico

Title(s)
Journal of new world archaeology (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Publisher)

AA-25Northern Colorado's First Settlers, 1937
Personal Name(s)
Coffin, Roy G. (Roy Gregg), 1878-1960 (Author)

Subject(s)
Prehistoric peoples -- Colorado
Archaeology -- Colorado

AA-26Archeological Excavations at Chilcoot Rockshelter, 1961
Personal Name(s)
Payen, Louis A. (Author)
Boloyan, D. S. (Author)

Subject(s)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- California -- Plumas County
Historic preservation -- California -- Plumas County
Rock collectors -- California -- Plumas County

AA-27New Mexico History and Archaeology, 1993 August
Also includes an article about painter John Date Howland.
Personal Name(s)
Beckett, Patrick H. (Author)
Corbett, Terry L. (Author)
Armijo, Carlos
Otero, Beatriz
Howland, John Dare, 1843-1914

Corporate Name(s)
COAS Publishing & Research (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Mimbres culture -- New Mexico
Indian pottery -- New Mexico
Archaeology -- Bibliography
Archaeology -- New Mexico

AA-28Rock Art 101: Must-Knows for Rock Art Adventurists
Subject(s)
Historic preservation -- Arizona -- Glendale
Libraries -- Arizona -- Glendale
Anthropology

AA-29Spur Cross Ranch, 1999 March 24
Personal Name(s)
Mason, Bob (Author)
Norton, J. R.
Redman, Charles L.
Minnis, Paul E.
Hohmann, John W.

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State University

Subject(s)
Archaeology -- Arizona -- Cave Creek
Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Arizona -- Cave Creek

Title(s)
Times of Fountain Hills (Fountain Hills, Ariz. : 1994) (Publisher)

AA-30Rio Nuevo Archaeology
Personal Name(s)
Thiel, J. Homer
Mabry, Johnathan

Corporate Name(s)
Desert Archaeology, Inc. (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Excavations (Archaeology)