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Children were active participants in past village life and reconstructing their activities and social roles can provide important insights into domestic and economic dynamics at archaeological sites. In this paper, we use data from two excavated pithouse sites in the Mimbres region of...
In 1985 Julian Hayden reported 95 heaps of cremated animal bones in the Sierra Pinacate. For a variety of reasons, he concluded that the practice was long-lived and unique to that area. He attributed it to the Pinacateño Areneños, an isolated band of Areneños (also known as Hia-Ced O’odham or...
Nogales Polychrome was produced by the Trincheras tradition of northern Sonora, Mexico. Although this type was initially defined in the 1930s, few researchers have discussed its temporal placement or geographic distribution. This paper documents the occurrences of over three hundred Nogales...
In the late 1930s Joseph Toulouse Jr., Kirk Bryan, and Bryan McCann published two articles describing the archaeology and geology of seventeen preceramic sites near Grants, New Mexico. George Agogino, Jim Hester, and William Roosa periodically revisited a subset of these sites during the 50s and...
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