Kiva index: Volumes 1 through 75



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Gathering: in Tonto Basin, 62(2)125, 127, 130, 137–138

Gathering the Desert, Gary Paul Nabhan, reviewed by Robert E. Gasser, 51(3)208–211

Gatlin (Gila Bend) site (Gatlin Site National Landmark), 75(2)194, 204;: as ceremonial center, 64(2)225–241; obsidian from, 62(1)45–57, 66(3)364, 368–369

Gauna family, 61(4)381

Gavan, James A.: “Physical Anthropology of Besh–Ba–Gowah,” 6(3)9–12

Gavilán, Río, 70(1)11

Gayler Ranch, 60(4)575–618

Geib, Phil R.: “AMS Dating of a Basketmaker II Hunter’s Bag (Cache 1) from Sand Dune Cave, Utah,” 69(3)271–282; “A Basketmaker II Wooden Tool Cache from Lower Glen Canyon,” 55(3)265–277; Glen Canyon Revisited (review), 62(4)421–425; “Two Fluted Points from the Kaibito Plateau, Northeastern Arizona,” 61(1)89–97

Geib, Phil R., and Martha M. Callahan: “Ceramic Exchange within the Kayenta Anasazi Region: Volcanic Ash-Tempered Tusayan White Ware,” 52(2)95–112; “Clay Residue on Polishing Stones,” 53(4)357–362

Geib, Phil R., and Dale Davidson: “Anasazi Origins: A Perspective from Preliminary Work at Old Man Cave,” 60(2)191–202

Geib, Phil R., and Bruce B. Huckell: “Evidence of Late Preceramic Agriculture at Cibecue, East-central Arizona,” 59(4)433–454

Geib, Phil R., and Michael R. Robins: “Analysis and AMS Dating of the Great Gallery Food and Tool Bag,” 73(3)291–320

Gell, Elizabeth, A. M.: “A Pine Gum Thimble from Point of Pines,” 33(2)80–81; review of Martin, The Last 10,000 Years: A Fossil Pollen Record of the American Southwest, 31(2)99–101

Gender semiotics, 55(1)49–70

General George Crook: His Autobiography, edited by Martin F. Schmitt, reviewed by Gertrude Hill, 13(1)12

General systems theory: early hunters, 42(3–4)285–299

Gentes de razón: as San Xavier artisans, 61(4)371, 381–382

“The Gentry Timber Sale: Behavioral Pattern and Prediction in the Upper Cherry Creek Area, Central Arizona,” I. Scott Wood, 46(1–2)99–119

Geoarchaeology: ostracode studies in, 68(1)49–63; at Point of Pines, 65(4)319– 336; at Pueblo Oso Negro, 75(1)11-33; Pueblo Pintado, 75(4)447–476; at Whitewater Draw, 64(2)115–133

“Geoarchaeology of a Late Prehistoric Water Storage Feature at Pueblo Oso Negro, Chupadera Basin, New Mexico,” Monica L. Murrell and Phillip H. Shelley, 75(1)11–33



The Geoarchaeology of Whitewater Draw, Arizona, Michael R. Waters, reviewed by Frank W. Eddy, 52(2)151-153

Geochemistry: obsidian sourcing, 66(3)345–370

“Geological Analysis of Wall Composition at Grasshopper with Behavioral Implications,” Robert Scarborough and Izumi Shimada, 40(1–2)49–66

Geology: flood analysis, 65(1)7–29; of Standing Rock Great House Community, 71(1)37–52

Geomorphology: at Chaco Canyon, 75(4)457–476; of Puerto Peñasco area, 73(3)263–285; of Standing Rock Great House Community, 71(1)37–52; western Papaguería, 74(1)53–54

“Geomorphology, Geology, and Hydrology of the Standing Rock Great House Community,” Stephen D. Janes, 71(1)37–55

Gerald, Rex, E.: “A Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Salado and Salado Related Material in the El Paso Area,” 42(1)65–70; “Two Wickiups on the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona,” 23(3)5–11

Geronimo (Taos Indian), 69(3)290

Geronimo Brushed Ware, 70(1)46

Gerald, Rex E., and Barton A. Wright: “The Zanardelli Site, Ariz. BB:13.12,” 16(3)8–15

Getty, Harry T.: “Development of the San Carlos Apache Cattle Industry,” 23(3)1–4; “People of the Old Pueblo,” 17(1–2)1–6; The San Carlos Indian Cattle Industry (review), 30(3)92–93; “Tree Ring Dates from Spruce Tree House, Mesa Verde,” 1(1)3

Ghost Dance, 33(1)15–24

Gibbon’s Ranch Ruin; Gibbon Springs site, 49(3–4)167–194; tree–ring dates from, 62(1)13–17, 20–23

Giddings, J. L., Jr.: “Ethnographic Notes, Kohuk River Region, Alaska,” 6(7)25–28

Gifford, Carol A., and Emil W. Haury: “A Thirteenth Century Strongbox,” 24(4)1–11

Gifford, James C.: Archaeological Explorations in Caves of the Point of Pines Region, Arizona (review), 46(4)285–288

Gifts of Mother Earth: Ceramics in the Zuni Tradition, Margaret Ann Hardin, reviewed by Keith W. Kintigh, 50(1)71

Gila Basin: Apache irrigation systems on, 62(4)358, 359–360; Hohokam and Salado relationships, 42(1)27–37

Gila Bend: Hohokam occupation of, 64(2)239–240; Hohokam trade at, 62(1)55; Lower Colorado buff wares from, 72(1)96

Gila Bend (Gatlin) site, 64(2)225–241

Gila Bend Stage Station, 33(4)169–243

“The Gila Bend Stage Station,” Dale L. Berge, 33(4)169–243

Gila Bichrome, 66(4)407–438

Gila Box Riparian Conservation Area: Pueblo Devol Project, 61(2)122–140

Gila Butte phase: Hohokam origins in, 75(2)290–291, 293; in Tonto Basin, 62(2)126–129

Gila Butte Red-on-buff, 62(2)128

Gila Cliff Dwellings: Tularosa Black–on–white at, 61(1)38

Gila Crossing, 63(4)354–355

Gila Horizon, 66(4)407–438; Anasazi migrations, 65(1)64

Gila petroglyph style: life forms in, 66(2)240–242; in Middle Agua Fria, 68(3)199–205

Gila phase, 62(2)140

Gila Polychrome, 61(3)282, 283, 287, 62(2)139, 140, 65(1)74, 66(4)407–438, 68(2)88, 69(4)361–391, 75(2)200–202; distribution of, 42(1)entire issue; San Pedro Valley sites, 70(2)149–150, 153; from University Indian Ruin, 75(2)150–151

“Gila Polychrome in the Casas Grandes Region,” Charles C. DiPeso, 42(1)57–63

Gila Pueblo, 53(4)321–334

Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation: 27(2)3–11, 50(4)271–283, 55(2)127–154, 54(1)entire issue; McEuen Cave materials, 65(4)343; Mesa Verde tree–ring samples, 62(4)335; perforated plates from, 72(1)32; Ted Sayles at, 63(1)72–77; Sonoran surveys by, 70(1)10

Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation: A History and Some Personal Notes, Emil W. Haury, 54(1)entire issue

Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation Site Numbers

Arizona C:1:3 through C:1:23, C:1:25, C:1:26, 55(2)127–154

Arizona C:1:28 (Granite Basin Ruin), 55(2)127–154

Arizona C:1:30 through C:1:61, C:1:64 through C:1:67, 55(2)127–154

Arizona C:1:44, 66(4)412

Arizona C:2:4 and C:2:12, 55(2)127–154

Arizona C:2:8 (Canyon Creek Ruin), 47(3)107–131, 56(2)145–164

Arizona C:5:15 and C:5:17, 55(2)127–154

Ft. Defiance:13:1, 46(1–2)69–98

Pearce 8:10, 64(2)121

Pearce 8:21, 64(2)121

Roosevelt:6:3, see Keystone Ruin

Roosevelt:9:11, see Schoolhouse Point Platform Mound

Sonora F:10:1, 64(2)121

Sonora F:10:14, 64(2)121

Sonora F:11:1, 53(1)35–51

“The Gila Pueblo Survey of the Southeastern Sierra Ancha,” Richard S. Ciolek-Torrello and Richard C. Lange, 55(2)127–154

Gila Red, 75(2)194–195

Gila River: Apache agriculture and water rights, 62(4)358, 63(4)349–356, 358; archaeology of, 22(2–3)1–13, 27(1)1–28; atlatls and darts from, 71(4)432, 433; canals and flood evidence on, 65(1)7–29; Elder Brother’s war, 75(2)242–247; Hohokam on, 62(1)53–55, 63(3)263–294, 66(2)223–245; Mogollon sites on, 62(1)188, 191; Pima and Maricopa on, 71(4)384, 388; SCS–CCC projects on, 63(4)366–376; in southwestern Arizona, 64(2)147–148; in southwestern New Mexico, 61(3)284–285. See also Lower Gila River; various sites by name

Gila River Decree, 63(4)353, 355–356

Gila River Indian Community (GRIC): canals and floods in, 65(1)7–29; water rights for, 63(4)349–356

Gila River Indian Reservation (GRIR), 63(4)354, 355; Frank Russell’s work on, 71(4)373–394

Gila River Soil Conservation Act, 63(4)367

Gila River Water Commissioner, 63(4)348

Gila River Watershed Project, 63(4)366

Gila-Salt Basin: Classic period in, 75(2)198–206. See also Phoenix Basin

Gileño Apaches, 63(4)351; irrigation systems of, 62(4)349–361

Gillilland site (Colorado), 40(3)113–119, 74(2)157–162

Gilman, Patricia A.: “Multiple Dimensions of the Archaic-to-Pit Structure Period Transition in Southeastern Arizona,” 60(4), 619–632; review of Sullivan and Bayman, Homelands and Regional Dynamics in the Ancient Southwest, 73(4)457–459

Gillmor, Frances: “The Wetherills of Kayenta,” 11(1)9–11

Gilpin, Dennis: “Chaco–Era Site Clustering and the Concept of Communities,” 69(2)171–205; “Lukachukai and Salina Springs: Late Archaic/Early Basketmaker Habitation Sites in the Chinle Valley, Northeastern Arizona,” 60(2)203–218; review of Denetdale, Reclaiming Diné History: The Legacies of Navajo Chief Manuelito and Juanita, 74(1)109–111

Gipe site, 53(4)321–334

Gish, Jannifer Wyatt: “Current Perceptions, Recent Discoveries, and Future Directions in Hohokam Palynology,” 56(3)237–254; “Palynological Research at Pueblo Grande Ruin,” 44(2–3)159–172

Glades phase, 62(4)339

Gladwin, Harold Sterling, 63(1)72, 77; obituary, 50(4)271–283

Glass artifacts: Gila Bend Stage Station, 33(4)169–243

Glass Ranch site, 66(4)420

Glaze ware ceramics: Pajarito Plateau production of, 74(4)371–381; production and distribution of, 71(1)11–12, 22; Pueblo Revolt era, 73(2)201–202; Rio Grande region, 71(1)11–12

Gleeson site, 5(8)29–32, 42(34)317–329, 75(2)134

Glen Canyon: Basketmaker II sites in, 55(3)265–277, 53(3)235–252, 72(2)155–156, 184–185, 189, 190, 194; Basketmaker rock art, 72(2)194–200

Glen Canyon Revisited, Phil R. Geib, reviewed by Betsey L. Tipps, 62(4)421–425

Glen Canyon Style, 72(2)190

Globe Highlands: Maverick Mountain series, 72(1)24

Globe-Miami area, 4(5)19–22, 23(1)10–11, 27(2)3–11, 38(1)1–26; aggregated communities in, 63(3)290; phase system, 42(1)5–16; Roosevelt Red Ware from, 66(4)415–417, 422–438, 71(2)22; Snowflake Black–on–white from, 61(1)35

Glowacki, Donna M., Hector Neff, and Michael D. Glascock: “An Initial Assessment of the Production and Movement of Thirteenth Century Ceramic Vessels in the Mesa Verde Region,” 63(3)217–240

Gnatsville, 57(1)55–75

Goat Hill site, 65(1)63–81, 66(3)376, 66(4)417–418, 70(2)162; perforated plates from, 72(1)20

Goats, 51(1)3–18

Gobbler Tank site, 34(2–3)58–89

Gobernador phase, 57(4)315–329; dendrochronology, 66(2)267, 272

Gobernador Representational Style, 68(3)265

“God’s Daughter–in–Law, the Old Man, and the Olla: An Archaeological Challenge,” N. Ross Crumrine, 39(3–4)277–281

Goetze, Christine, and Barbara J. Mills: “An Assessment of the Research Potential of Museum Collections: The Babbitt Collection at the Museum of Northern Arizona,” 57(1)77–91

Goff, Sheila: “Pajarito Plateau Glaze Paint Ware Production: Earlier and More Widespread than Previously Thought,” 74(4)371–392

Gold: Southwestern Indian jewelry, 50(4)201–218

“The Gold Gulch Site: A Specialized Cochise Site near Bowie. Arizona,” Bruce B. Huckell, 39(2)105–129

Goldwater, Morris, 70(4)358

Barry M. Goldwater Range: Lower Colorado buff wares on, 72(1)96

Golondrinas Oriental site, 57(3)251–269

Goodman Point Pueblo, 66(1)77, 95, 104, 107, 109, 112, 69(2)197

Goodwin, Grenville E., “The Southern Athapascans,” 4(2)5–10; Western Apache ethnography, 75(1)37–38

Goosefoot (Chenopodium sp.): in NAN Ranch Ruin firepits, 62(3)290

Gophers (Geomyidae): at Mimbres sites, 62(3)293

Gorman, Frederick: “The Clovis Hunters: An Alternate View of Their Environment and Ecology,” 35(2)91–102

Gorrell, Rebecca, and Thomas Alexander: “Huichol Material Culture at Ranchito Cabeza Azul,” 37(4)169–184

Goshen Island site: bone disks from, 68(4)305–319

Goss, Robert C.: “The Churches of San Xavier, Arizona, and Caborca. Sonora: A Comparative Analysis,” 40(3)165–179; “The Problem of Erecting the Main Dome and Roof Vaults of the Church of San Xavier del Bac,” 37(3)117–127

Gourds, 64(3)327, 329, 330, 66(1)21

Government Canyon: Cohonina sites near, 61(4)442, 444

Government Mountain–Sitgreaves Peak: obsidian, 43(1)27–29, 54(3)285–296

Governors: Spanish colonial, 69(3)283–301

Gowas, 75(1)42–43, 47–48

GPS site, 74(1)58

Grabe Brick Company, 71(2)167, 168(fig.), 176

Graham, Martha: review of Merrill, Rarámuri Souls: Knowledge and Social Process in Northern Mexico, 58(1)107-109

Graham, Mt.: tree–ring sequence from, 62(1)13

Graham Canal, 63(4)355

Granados site, 70(1)45, 46

La Gran Chichimeca: El Lugar de las Rocas Secas, by Beatriz Braniff C., et al. reviewed by Ben Nelson, 74(4)465–469

Grand Canal Ruins, 54(2)127–246, 56(3)227–235, 293–318, 63(3)274, 278

Grand Canyon, 55(3)213–234; Great Sipapu in, 68(1)38, 44; Little Colorado White Ware on, 61(1)102; Pinto Basin complex, 49(1–2)67–73; split–twig figurines in, 61(2)145–171

Grand Canyon National Park: split–twig figurines from, 61(2)147(fig.), 61(2)148–166

Grand Gulch, 26(1)1–6, 61(4)406, 62(1)30, 62(4)394; Basketmaker basketry from, 71(3)240–48, 250–255; Basketmaker II sites in, 72(2)155

Grand Gulch phase, 72(2)155–156; rock art, 72(2)189

Granite Basin, 61(2)139

Granite Basin Ruin, 55(2)127–154

Granite Creek (Prescott area): rock art map of, 70(4)413–420

Granite Reef: A Study in Desert Archaeology, edited by Patricia Eyring Brown and Connie Lynn Stone, reviewed by Randall H. McGuire, 51(1)48–50

Granite Street (Prescott): brothel on, 70(4)357–348

Gran Quivira, 50(1)41–54, 60(3)411–428; long-distance exchange, 71(1)12; obsidian procurement, 71(1)7–31; pottery production at, 67(3)273

Grant, Vernelda, 69(1)16–17

Grant, William S.: lime production, 71(2)191

Grants Ridge (New Mexico): obsidian from, 71(1)18–28

Grasses: in NAN Ranch firepits, 62(3)288, 290

Grasshopper Ruin/Pueblo, 31(4)255–275, 33(2)37–53, 34(1)33–40, 35(2)57–90, 36(2)41–43, 37(2)84–92, 53(2)101–112, 54(4)353–360, 61(2)139, 70(4)328–342; bighorn sheep from, 40(1–2)71–79; bird remains from, 40(1–2)67–70, 65(4)363; bone artifacts from, 44(4)341–373; canid remains from, 34(1)33–40; ceramics from, 40(1–2)101–112, 61(1)36, 40, 51, 65(3)224, 225, 66(4)412, 414; excavations at, 31(4)255–275; 33(2)37–53, 35(2)57–90, 36(2)40–43, 40(1–2)3–38; fish and herpetofauna spp., 36(2)40–43; geological analysis of walls, 40(1–2)49–66; household size at, 40(1–2)39–47; human remains from, 37(2)84–92, 70(3)220; room function at, 40(1–2)93–100, 64(1)29, 75(1)64, 65, 79–82; Salado presence at, 42(1)85–94; social models of, 40(1–2)81–91; tree–ring dates for, 66(4)412–413

Grasshopper region: aggregation, 63(3)291; Chodistaas Pueblo, 61(1)99; Cibola White Ware in, 61(1)36, 39–40; ceramics and community reorganization in, 65(3)215–229; Maverick Mountain series, 72(1)24; Roosevelt Red Ware from, 66(4)414–415, 422–438

Grasshopper Spring Pueblo, 60(3)351–369

Grass Mesa Village, 53(3)253–272, 57(3)251–269, 60(3)371–390, 64(3)386–387, 388; great kiva at, 64(1)12–13, 14, 74(2)227–243

Grave goods: at Hawikku, 62(1)61–80; Virgin Anasazi, 57(3)197–212. See also Mortuary contexts

“The Grave of Melchior Diaz: A Problem in Historical Sleuthing,” Ronald L. Ives, 25(2)31–40

Graves, Michael W.: “Anomalous Tree–Ring Dates and the Sequence of Room Construction at Canyon Creek Ruin, East Central Arizona,” 47(3)107–131; “Temporal Variation Among White Mountain Redware Design Styles,” 50(1)3–24

Graves, William M.: “Obsidian Procurement among the Jumanos Pueblos, New Mexico, A.D. 1300–1670s,” 71(1)7–35

Graybill, Donald Alan: obituary for, 61(3)308–315

Grazing: on Bonita Creek, 61(2)137–138

Great Basin: atlatls from, 65(4)348, 351; communal rabbit drives in, 65(2)104–105; Elko Corner–notched points in, 61(4)413, 415; game drives, 74(1)95–96; small seed processing, 75(4)425–442

Great Depression: CCC, 63(4)359–376; at Pueblo Grande, 64(2)250–255

Great Drought, 65(4)309; Mesa Verde, 66(1)10, 20, 22–27

Great Gallery: food and tool bag from, 73(3)291–318

“Great House Architectural Variability across Space and Time,” Ruth Van Dyke, 69(2)117–139

Great houses (Chacoan), 69(2)97–102, 117–137, 217, 71(1)37–52, 75(1)103, 75(3)305–307; chronometrics of, 63(2)137–150, 69(2)189–196; communities, 69(2)185–189, 197–200; function of, 69(2)141–162; at Hinkson site, 61(3)257, 264; in Mesa Verde area, 66(1)102, 138–141, 154, 155–156, 192; in northern San Juan, 70(3)231–234; Pueblo I, 70(2)126; road systems, 63(1)19–20, 40–41, 58; social system of, 64(4)447–468, 66(3)337, 338–339, 67(3)241; Standing Rock, 71(1)37–52; in Utah, 69(4)339–357

Great houses (Hohokam), 75(2)206, 215

Great kivas, 61(3)262: in Chaco-era communities, 69(2)185–196; in Chacoan outliers, 67(3)233–243, 69(2)130; Colorado, 53(3)253–272; in Mesa Verde region, 66(1)111–112; at Mogollon pueblos, 70(4)338–340; in Point of Pines region, 67(4)393; post-Chacoan, 61(3)257, 264–267, 272; Pueblo I, 64(3)386, 70(2)126, 74(2)227–243; road systems, 63(1)20–21, 64(1)7–23, 66(3)337; Tularosa phase, 71(4)404

Great North Road, 64(1)21, 68(1)35

Great Plains: rock art from, 68(3)248, 265

“The Great ‘Race’ to ‘Discover’ Rainbow Natural Bridge in 1909,” Stephen C. Jett, 58(1)3–66

Great Sage Plain, 65(1)6, 21; 64(3)374, 389

Great Sipapu: Chaco system, 68(1)38, 43, 44

Grebinger, Paul: “The Potrero Creek Site: Activity Structure,” 37(1)30–52; “Prehistoric Social Organization in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico: An Alternative Reconstruction,” 39(1)3–23; “Salado—Perspectives from the Middle Santa Cruz Valley,” 42(1)39–46

Grebinger, Paul, and Bruce Bradley: “Excavations at a Prehistoric Camp Site on the Mogollon Rim, East Central Arizona,” 34(2–3)109–123

Grebinger, Paul, and Jeffrey L. Brown: “A Lower Terrace Compound at San Cayetano del Tumacacori,” 34(2–3)185–198

“Greeks in Tucson,” Sandra L. Schultz, 45(4)285–291

Green, Dee F.: “Random Model Testing of Archaeological Site Locations in Allen and South Cottonwood Canyons, Southeastern Utah,” 39(3–4)289–299

Green, Dee F., and Fred Plog (editors): Problem Orientation and Allocation Strategies for Prehistoric Cultural Resources on the New Mexico National Forests (review), 50(2–3)168–171

Greenhouse, Ruth, Robert E. Gasser, and Jannifer W. Gish: “Cholla Bud Roasting Pits An Ethnoarchaeological Example,” 46(4)227–242

Greenleaf, J. Cameron: “The Fortified Hill Site Near Gila Bend. Arizona,” 40(4)213–282

Greenleaf, J. Cameron, and Bernard L. Fontana: Johnny Ward’s Ranch, 28(1–2)1–115

Greenleaf, J. Cameron, Bernard L. Fontana, and Donnelly D. Cassidy: “A Fortified Arizona Mountain,” 25(2)41–53

Green Mask site, 62(4)398, 400

Green Valley area: Classic period Hohokam sites, 63(3)197–212

Greenway Road/Seventeenth Avenue site, 68(3)204

Greer, John W.: “Micro-Eccentrics from the Four Corners Region of the Southwest,” 34(4)251–256

Grewe site, 64(2)211–222; decorated pottery from, 66(2)223–245, 67(1)12, 13

Grey Hill Spring, 69(2)188

Grey Ridge Community, 69(2)192, 199

GRIC, see Gila River Indian Community

Griffen, William B.: “A Case of Opata Witchcraft,” 29(1)1–13; “Problems in the Study of Apaches and Other Indians in Chihuahua and Southern New Mexico during the Spanish and Mexican Periods,” 50(2–3)139–151; “Seventeenth Century Seri,” 27(2)12–21

Griffin, P. Bion: “A High Status Burial from Grasshopper Ruin, Arizona,” 33(2)37–53

Griffin Wash site, 62(2)119, 137, 138, 66(4)416

Griffith, James S.: “Cáhitan Pascola Masks,” 37(4)185–198; “The Cruz de Perdon at Los Patos. Sinaloa, December 9, 1969,” 35(3)138–140; “Magdalena Revisited: The Growth of a Fiesta,” 33(2)82–86; “Mestizo Matachines Dancers in Los Mochis, Sinaloa. December 11, 1968,” 35(2)103–104; “Mochicahui Judio Masks: A Type of Mayo Fariseo Mask from Northern Sinaloa, Mexico,” 32(4)143–149; “Notes on the Manufacture and Use of Carretas in Northern Sinaloa, Mexico,” 47(4)279–283

Griffith, James S. (translator): “Clovis Fluted Points from Sonora, Mexico,” Manuel Robles Ortiz and Francisco Manzo Taylor, 37(4)199–206, 38(1)53

GRIR, see Gila River Indian Reservation

Grossman, F. F.: “Three Pima Fables,” 24(1)24

Ground stone, 54(3)261–273, 55(4)321–355, 58(3)entire issue; Atravesaño de Lencho, 70(1)40–41; basalt cylinders, 61(2)109–118; Basketmaker III, 64(4)487–489; Cerro de Moctezuma, 72(3)363; Davis Ruin, 75(2)161; Early Ceramic, 62(2)125; Goshen Island site, 68(4)315–317; Great Basin, 75(4)427–429; Great Basin, 75(4)427–429; Late Archaic, 61(2)199; at Puerto Peñasco, 73(3)274, 275(fig.); Seri, 70(4)406–407; small seed processing and, 75(4)427–429, 430–433, 435–442; Sulphur Springs stage, 64(2)121, 122, 131–132; Tonto Basin, 62(2)125

“Growing Up in a Bilingual Community,” George C. Barker, 17(1–2)17–32

Growler Wash: sites on, 74(1)55–56

“Growth Rings in Woody Shrubs as Potential Aids in Archaeological Interpretation,” C. W. Ferguson, 25(2)24–30

Gu Achi, 64(2)205, 207–208, 70(3)264, 75(2)229–238

Guadalupe Mountains (Texas): atlatls from, 64(2)189, 191

Guadalupe Ruin, 69(2)101, 75(1)104; dog burial at, 65(4)379; faunal remains at, 69(2)154, 156–160

Guadalupe site cluster, 69(2)191–193

Guaicurian speakers, 64(2)187–188

“A Guaraheo Potter,” Charles C. DiPeso, 16(3)1–5

Guaymas, Sonora: site survey, 31(1)14–36

Guernsey, Samuel J.: Poncho House photograph, 43(1)37–48

Guerra, Salvador de: at Awat’ovi, 74(4)449–450, 454–455

Guerrero, Joseph Antonio, 69(3)294

Guevavi, 1(9)1–4, 2(7–8)25–32, 22 (4)12, 42(2)135–175, 46(4)243–272; adobes at 61(4)349–350; Upper Piman settlements at, 62(3)245–258

“The Guevavi Stabilization Project,” Anonymous, 22(4)12

Guilá Naquitz, 67(2)128

Guilfoyle, David R.: “A Model for the Pueblo I Settlement of the Elk Ridge Region, Southeast Utah,” 70(2)121–141

Guille, Antonio el, 69(3)298, 299

Gulf War: Navajos, 66(3)321

Gully plugs, 63(4)372, 373(fig.)

Gumerman, George J.: “Charlie,” 48(4)321; “Trends in Western Anasazi Archaeology: From Fewkes to the Future,” 56(2)99–122; A View from Black Mesa: The Changing Face of Archaeology (review), 51(2)129–132

Gumerman, George J., and Carol S. Weed: “The Question of Salado in the Agua Fria and New River Drainages of Central Arizona,” 42(1)105–112

Gunnerson, James A.: Chase Orchard: A Poñil Phase Pueblo in the Cimarron District, Northeastern New Mexico, with a Suggested Reconstruction of Tanoan Origins and Migrants (review), 74(3)362–364

Guthe, Carl Edgar, 68(2)123–126

Guzman, Nuño de, 63(2)123

Gypsum Cave, 49(3–4)133–145

Gypsum complex: split-twig figurines, 61(2)146

Gypsum points, 51(2)99–127


Haas, Jonathan: review of Plog and Powell, Papers on the Archaeology of Black Mesa, Arizona, vol. 2, 51(1)52-55

Haas, William Randall, Jr.: “The Basketmaker II Fiber Industry of Boomerang Shelter, Southeastern Utah: A Synthesis of Cordage Morphology Analysis and Experimentation,” 67(2)167–185; “The Social Implications of Basketmaker II Cordage Design Distribution,” 71(3)275–298

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A.: review of Lanmon, Lanmon, and Coulet du Gard, Josephine Foard and the Glazed Pottery of Laguna Pueblo, 74(4)483–484

“Habitation and Field Houses Near Winona and Angell, Arizona,” Peter J. Pilles, Jr.. 34(2–3)90–102

Hack, John, 65(4)321

Hackbarth, Mark R.: “Irwin and Julian Hayden at the Grewe Site,” 64(2)211–223; “Late Archaic and Red Mountain Phase Task Group Size in Paradise Valley, Arizona: Evidence from the Last Ditch Site,” 67(1)81–106



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