Kiva index: Volumes 1 through 75



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McEuen family, 65(4)342

McGee, W. J.: and Frank Russell, 71(3)377–79

McGimsey’s site: Reserve Black–on–white at, 61(1)37

McGuire, Randall H.: “The Mesoamerican Connection in the Southwest,” 46(l–2)3–38; “Prehistoric Subsistence at the Kiewit Site, Northwestern Arizona,” 43(1)49–82; review of Brown and Stone, Granite Reef: A Study in Desert Archaeology, 51(1)48-50; review of Plog et al., An Analytical Approach to Cultural Resource Management: The Little Colorado Planning Unit 46(3)198–201; review of Scarborough and Wilcox, The Mesoamerican Ballgame, 58(2)207–209

McGuire, Randall H., and Ann Valdo Howard: “The Structure and Organization of Hohokam Shell Exchange,” 52(2)113–146

McGuire, Thomas R.: review of Weber and Seaman, Havasupai Habitat: A. F. Whiting’s Ethnography of a Traditional Indian Culture, 52(1)78–80.

Machado, Henry: on Tucson Pressed Brick Company, 71(2)169, 171–73, 175(fig.), 176–177, 178–179, 181, 183

McLean, David R., and Stephen M. Larson: “Inferences from the Distribution of Plainware Sherd Attributes on Tumamoc Hill,” 45(1–2)83–94

MacNeish, Richard S., and Jane G. Libby: Pendejo Cave (review), 70(3)309–315

McPhee Pueblo, 57(3)251–269

McPhee Village (5MT4479 and 5MT5106), 57(3)251–269, 60(3)371–390, 64(3)386–387, 388, 391, 66(4)456, 460, 462

Macrobotanical remains, see Botanical remains

Mac-Stod, 69(2)187

Madera cherts, 61(1)76–77

Madera Black-on-red, 68(3)167

Madsen, David B., and James F. O’Connell (editors): Man and Environment in the Great Basin (review), 50(1)64–69

Magdalena: Fiesta of St. Francis, 16(1–2)1–32

Magdalena Black-on-white, 68(2)73–96, 68(2)79–80, 89–90

Magdalena Mission, 5(2)5–8

Magdalena Pueblo, 69(1)44

“Magdalena Revisited: The Growth of a Fiesta,” James S. Griffith, 33(2)82–86

Magers, Pamela C.: “The Cotton Industry at Antelope House,” 41(1)39–47

Magnetic declination: Spanish colonial maps, 41(2)161–184

Maguey, see Agave

Mahoney, Nancy M., Michael A. Adler, and James W. Kendrick: “The Changing Scale and Configuration of Mesa Verde Communities,” 66(1)67–90

Main Ridge site/community (Nevada), 52(1)53–74, 57(3)197–212, 75(4)403–420

“Maintaining Hispano Identity through the Santa Fe Fiesta: Re-Appropriating Key Symbols and Resisting Anglo Dominance,” Sarah Horton, 66(2)249–265

Maize (Zea mays): Antelope House Ruin, 41(1)49–56; Basketmaker II and, 72(2)157–158, 200; and climate change, 75(1)87–110; dot-in-square motif as, 71(3)338, 339; from Early Agricultural sites, 67(1)63, 64, 67; LA 12072 41(3–4)309–317; growing season, 74(2)167–168; from Late Archaic sites, 66(2) 294, 303; from Lizard Man Village, 62(3)239–240, 241–242; from Mesa Verde area, 66(1)21, 198; northern Rio Grande Valley, 73(2)119–122; preparation of, 67(2)187–212; protohistoric Paiute sites, 73(4)431–436; St. Mary’s Hospital site, 45(1–2)131–140; Salmon Ruin, 49(1–2)19–37; seed longevity, 43(2)143–159; in southern Arizona, 73(3)322–323, 339–340; Standing Fall House, 48(1–2)39–61; symbolism of, 71(3)338, 339; temperature variability, 65(4)296–298; from Virgin Anasazi sites, 64(4)489, 502; western Papaguería, 74(1)55–57

Maize God: tie-dye and dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)321–325

“Maize Variability and Cultural Selection at Salmon Ruin, New Mexico,” John Doebley and Vorsila L. Bohrer, 49(1–2)19–37

Majewski, Teresita: review of Sheridan, Arizona: A History, 61(4)457–459

Majolica: Santa Barbara Presidio, 41(2)207–214; Tucson Presidio, 49(3–4)213–223, 50(4)251–270

“Majolica from Excavations at San Xavier del Bac, 1968–1969,” Mark Barnes, 37(1)61–64

“Making Pottery at Mata Ortiz,” Jan Bell, 60(1)33–70

“Making the ‘Stars’ of Navajo ‘Planetaria,’” Stephen C. Jett, 50(1)25–40

Malaria: in southern Arizona, 63(2)123, 125–131

“Malaria, Microbes, and Mechanisms of Change,” Heidi Roberts and Richard V.N. Ahlstrom, 63(2)117–135

Maldonado, María, 71(2)205

Maldonado, Ramon, 71(2)192

Mallow, Larry, Sr., 69(1)15

Malpais model, 69(3)305–326

Malpais culture, 64(2)149–150, 67(2)130

Malpais Hill Pictograph site, 69(1)5–24

Malville, J. McKim, and Nancy J. Malville: “Pilgrimage and Periodic Festivals as Processes of Social Integration in Chaco Canyon,” 66(3)327–344

Malville, Nancy J.: “Enamel Hypoplasias in Permanent Teeth from Yellow Jacket Sites 5MT-1 and 5MT-3, Southwestern Colorado,” 59(3)345–362; “Two Fragmentary Human Bone Assemblages from Yellow Jacket, Southwestern Colorado,” 55(1)3–22

Mammals: from El Zurdo, 62(2)155–158

Mammilaria spp.: from Basketmaker III sites, 64(4)489

Mammoths, 1(1)2–3, 18(3–4)1–19, 21(3–4)23–24; in Mexico, 67(2)124, 126–128, 129–130; in southeastern Arizona, 64(2)116, 124, 125–127, 65(2)125–140

Man and Environment in the Great Basin, edited by David B. Madsen and James F. O’Connell, reviewed by Philip J. Wilke, 50(1)64–69

Managing Archeology: A Background Document for Cultural Resource Management on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, Fred Plog, reviewed by Thomas F. King, 47(3)181–184



Man Corn: Cannibalism and Violence in the Prehistoric American Southwest, Christy G. Turner, II, and Jacqueline A. Turner, reviewed by Joseph A. Ezzo, 65(2)184–188

Mancos Black-on-white, 62(1)91, 94, 66(1)126, 128, 133, 134, 135, 69(4)350

Mancos Canyon: 40(4)283–293, 51(4)263–64; dog burials, 43(3–4)167–182; tree–ring dates from, 62(4)343

Mancos Canyon Road, 66(1)209

Mancos Gray, 69(1)64, 65, 73, 69(4)350

Mancos phase, 62(4)339

Mangas phase: mobility during, 61(3)279, 289–290

“The Mangas Phase in Mimbres Archaeology,” Stephen H. Lekson, 53(2)129–145

Mangas Valley, 61(3)283–284, 290

Mani Rimdu, 66(3)333–334

Manje, Juan Mateo, observations on Tucson Basin, 49(3–4)195–211

Manos: Hopi, 54(3)331–344

Manso de Váldez, Pedro, 74(4)453–454

Manson, James: “Seri Indian Figurines,” 26(4)30–33

Mansos: near El Paso, 74(3)337–349

Manuelito Canyon, 69(2)195

Manuelito Model, 61(3)261–263, 69(2)195

Manzano Mountains: historic pueblos in, 62(4)375

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

Maps and mapmaking: Spanish colonial, 41(2)161–184; Spanish missions in Texas, 32(3)73–95

Marana, 49(2–3):225–232

Marana community, 75(2)270



The Marana Community in the Hohokam World, edited by Suzanne K. Fish, Paul R. Fish, and John H. Madsen, reviewed by Jerry B. Howard, 60(3) 447–449

Marana Mound site, 49(3–4)167–194, 62(1)20, 62(1)54, 63(3)289, 290

Mariachis, 16(1–2)19–26

Mariana Mesa: Tularosa Black–on–white at, 61(1)38

Mariana Mesa Site 143, 61(3)266

Marian medals: eighteenth–century, 65(2)167–177

Maricopa, see Pee Posh

The Maricopas: An Identification from Documentary Sources, Paul H. Ezell, reviewed by Bernard L. Fontana, 30(2)51–53

Maricopa 3:2, 63(3)284

Mariquita, Christopher, 69(3)296, 297, 298

Marsh, Dick E.: “Two Contemporary Papago Recipes of Indigenous Plants and the American Southwest Botanical Implication,” 34(4)242–245



Of Marshes and Maize: Preceramic Agricultural Settlements in the Cienega Valley, Southeastern Arizona, Bruce B. Huckell, reviewed by W. H. Wills, 62(2)207–210

Marsh Pass: Basketmaker II alcoves, 72(2)182, 183; bone disks from, 68(4)305–319; burials from, 62(4)395; cordage from, 71(3)283–293

Martin, Manuel, 69(3)290

Martin, Paul Schultz, 63(1)79; “Recent Archaeological Work in Arizona of the Chicago Natural History Museum,” 23(2)19–20; “A Human Effigy of Stone from a Great Kiva near Springerville, Arizona,” 26(4)1–5

Martin, Paul Sydney, 63(1)79; The Last 10,000 Years: A Fossil Pollen Record of the American Southwest (review), 31(2)99–101

Martin, Steve L.: “Virgin Anasazi Diet as Demonstrated through the Analysis of Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes,” 64(4)495–514

Martínez, Loreta, 61(4)382

Martinez, Miguel, 71(2)183

Martinez Hill; Martinez Hill Ruin, 45(1–2)95–118, 49(3–4)167–211, 50(2–3)95–109, 75(2)265, 780

Masa Negra Pueblo (5MT4477), 57(3)251–269

Masks: Mayo, 32(4)143–149; Tarahumara chapellón, 37(4)207–223; Yaqui pascola, 37(4)185–198

Massacre: at Castle Rock Pueblo, 66(1)158, 159–160, 201

Masse, W. Bruce: “An Intensive Survey of Prehistoric Dry Farming Systems near Tumamoc Hill in Tucson, Arizona,” 45(l–2)141–186

Masse, W. Bruce, et al.: Excavations at Gu Achi: A Reappraisal of Hohokam Settlement and Subsistence in the Arizona Papagueria (review), 46(3)197–198

Matachines dancers: Sinaloa, 35(2)103–104; Tarahumara, 37(4)207–223

Mata Ortiz (Chihuahua) 60(1)entire issue

Matcito, 63(4)339–340

“Material and Functional Aspects of Seri Instrumental Music,” Thomas Bowen and Edward Moser, 35(4)178–200, 214–216

“The Material Culture Distribution on the Tumamoc Hill Summit,” Stephen M. Larson, 45(l–2)71–81

“Material Evidence for Social Boundaries on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico,” Michael R. Walsh, 65(3)197–213

Mathien, Frances Joan, and Randall H. McGuire: Ripples in the Chichimec Sea: New Considerations of Southwestern-Mesoamerican Interactions (review), 53(1)59–65

Matilda Coxe Stevenson's "Dress and Adornment of the Pueblo Indians," Richard V. N. Ahlstrom and Nancy J. Parezo, 52(4)267–274

Matsaki Brown-on-buff and Polychrome, 69(4)381, 383

Matson, R. G.: “Anomalous Basketmaker II Sites on Cedar Mesa: Not So Anomalous After All,” 60(2)219–237; “What Is Basketmaker II?,” 72(2)149–165

Matson, R. G., and Karen M. Dohm: “Introduction” to Anasazi Origins: Recent Research on the Basketmaker II, 60(2)159–163

Matson, R. G., and Timothy A. Kohler (editors): Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe’s Contributions to Southwestern Prehistory and Public Archaeology (review), 73(3)358–360

Matthews, Washington: biography, 14(1-4)2–6

Mattocks Ruin, 27(2)28–30, 62(2)189, 63(4)383, 65(2)155; ceremonial spaces at, 71(2)76–89; faunal remains, 61(3)298, 299, 302–304

Matty Canyon, 49(3–4)147–165; Archaic sites in, 63(3)257, 64(3)341

Mauldin, Raymond: “The Relationship between Ground Stone and Agricultural Intensification in Western New Mexico,” 58(3)317–330

Mauldin, Raymond, Patricia A. Gilman, and Christopher M. Stevenson: “Mogollon Village Revisited: Recent Chronometric Results and Interpretations,” 61(4)385–400

Maverick Mountain Black-on-red, 65(1)71, 74, 78, 79, 66(4)420, 72(1)22; from Goat Hill, 66(4)417, 419

Maverick Mountain phase, 61(1)39, 67(4)394, 403; at Point of Pines Pueblo, 65(1)64–66, 65(4)324, 66(4)412, 70(3)280–281

Maverick Mountain Polychrome, 65(1)71, 74, 78, 79, 66(4)408, 420, 69(4)375

Maverick Mountain Series, 72(1)23–25, 27, 28

Maya: tie-dye and dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)320–325; warfare and violence, 62(4)394, 411–412, 413–414

Mayo Boulevard: Last Ditch site on, 67(1)87– 88

Mayos: archaeology, 39(3-4)277–281; at Magdalena fiesta, 33(2)82–86; conservation ethic, 33(1)25–33; Cruz de Perdon, 35(3)138–140; fishing practices, 33(1)25–33; Judio masks at Mochicahui, 32(4)143–149; matachines, 35(2)103–104; myth regarding reincarnation, 39(3–4)277–281; pascola masks and costumes, 37(4)185–198

Mayro, Linda L., Stephanie M. Whittlesey, and J. Jefferson Reid, “Observations on the Salado Presence at Grasshopper Pueblo,” 42(1)85–94

Mays, Buddy: Ancient Cities of the Southwest: A Practical Guide to the Major Prehistoric Ruins of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado (review), 48(4)329–330

Mazatzal House, 66(4)416, 75(1)42

Mead, Jim I., and Catherine B. Johnson: “Bison and Bos from Protohistoric and Historic Localities in the San Rafael Valley, Arizona,” 70(2)183–193

Meader, Forrest W., Jr.: “Na’ilde: The Ghost Dance of the White Mountain Apache,” 33(1)15–24

Measles, 63(2)120, 123

Measurement systems: Anasazi, 38(1)27–42, 74(2)141–154

Meat Milling site, 72(2)180

El Meco, 74(4)451, 452

Medallion Papers, 50(4)271–283

Medano region, 50(1)41–54

Meddler Point site, 62(2)119, 126, 127, 128, 130, 135, 139; burial from, 63(4)344; pottery from, 66(4)416; tree-ring dates from, 66(4)412

Medicine man: Apache, 71(2)134–135, 141–142

Medina, Juan de, 74(4)450

Medio period, 62(2)152, 153; bird burials, 62(2)162–163; Casas Grandes polychromes, 68(3)153–180; Sonoran sites, 70(1)13–26

Megadroughts: and demographic change, 75(1)103–110; A.D. 1100s, 73(3)303–320

Megafauna, Pleistocene: in Mexico, 67(2)124–128; in southeastern Arizona, 64(2)116, 124, 125–127, 65(2)125–140

Mehringer, Peter J., Jr.: “Pollen Analysis and the Alluvial Chronology,” 32(3)96–101

Meighan, Clement C.: The Archaeologist’s Note Book (review), 27 (2)31–32; Archaeology for Money (review), 54(4)420–421; “New Findings in West Mexican Archaeology,” 25(1)1–7

Mejias, Adela (Varelas): on Tucson Pressed Brick Company, 71(2)169, 175–76, 179–181, 182

Mendieta, Gerónimo de, 68(4)293

Mendinueta, Governor, 69(3)286, 287

Mendoza, Antonio de: Coronado expedition, 71(2)207, 208

Mendoza, Antonio Hurtado de, 68(4)284, 285

Menlo Park Neighborhood (Tucson): and Tucson Pressed Brick Company, 71(2)165–185

Mera, Harry P.: Indian Silverwork of the Southwest, Illustrated (review), 25(1)22

Merbs, Charles F.: “ABO, MN and RH Frequencies among the Havasupai and other Southwestern Indian Groups,” 58(1)67–88

Merbs, Charles F., and Robert J. Miller: Health and Disease in the Prehistoric Southwest (review), 51(3)214–216

Merchants: pilgrimages, 66(3)334–335

Merrill, William L.: Rarámuri Souls: Knowledge and Social Process in Northern Mexico (review), 58(1)107-109

Mesa (Arizona): canal system, 34(1)28–32

Mesa de Nayar, 63(4)341

Mesa Grande: inhumations from, 75(2)213; platform mounds, 75(2)214

Mesa Grande canal, 63(3)286

Mesa House, see Main Ridge site

Mesa Verde, 55(1)33–47, 57(3)251–269, 66(1)5–6; abandonment, 44(2–3)257–281, 42(3-4)215–231; ceramics, 57(1)55–75, 60(3)371–410; ceramic tempers from, 66(4)456, 461; climate changes, 65(4)310; D-shaped structures, 61(3)246; kiva complexes, 48(l-2)63–81; Nordenskiold Campsite, 37(3)128–140; prehistoric cannibalism, 40(4)283–293; Pueblo I villages, 64(3)374, 377, 389, 69(1)55–76; salt and trade, 42(2)177–191; site abandonment, 40(3)189–202; solstice misalignment at Sun Temple, 42(3-4)281–284; Spruce Tree House, 1(1)3; subsistence patterns, 44(2-3)133–144; toolstone procurement, 73(1)67–82; tree–ring dates from, 62(4)323, 334–339, 341–345, 67(2)137–164

Mesa Verde Black-on-white, 66(1)126, 127, 134, 138; from La Plata District, 62(1)84, 89, 91; mugs, 61(3)247–250; neutron activation analysis of, 63(3)217–238

Mesa Verde Gray ware, 69(1)64–65

Mesa Verde National Park (MVNP), 62(1)94, 66(1)5–6, 7, 9, 21, 206–207, 212; dendroarchaeology of, 67(2)137–164

Mesa Verde National Park site numbers

16, 75(3)355, 367

1235, 75(3)355, 367

Mesa Verde region, 66(1)entire issue; abandonment of, 68(2)74–75; as archaeological culture, 70(3)227–246; ceramic production in, 63(3)217–238; corrugated pottery from, 71(1)79–97; A.D. 1100s drought, 73(3)303–320; La Plata District, 62(1)88–89, 97; Pueblo I period, 72(1)56–59; Pueblo III towers, 75(3)351–368; revitalization movements in, 61(3)241–253, 74(2)247–259; settlement history, 72(4)379–400; site abandonment in, 74(2)157–176; toolstone procurement and exchange, 73(1)67–82; towers in, 68(4)323–336

“Mesa Verde Region Towers: A View from Above,” C. David Johnson, 68(4)323–340

Mesa Verde Research Center, 66(1)207

“Mesa Verde Settlement History and Relocation: Climate Change, Social Networks, and Ancestral Pueblo Migration,” Linda S. Cordell et al., 72(4)379–404

“Mesa Verde Subsistence Patterns from Basketmaker to Pueblo III,” Mark A. Stiger, 44(2–3)133–144



The Mesa Verde World: Explorations in Ancestral Pueblo Archaeology, edited by David Grant Noble, reviewed by Carla R. Van West, 72(4)470–471

Mescalero Apache, 62(4)350, 357, 63(4)352

Mescalero Reservation, 63(4)352

Mescal pits, 38(1)1–26; Western Apache, 75(1)42

Mesilla phase, 74(1)10, 13; ceramics, 62(2)171–184

Mesita, 62(4)381

Mesitas, Juan de, 74(4)451

Mesoamerica: ball game, 58(2)115–153; Chaco Canyon, 68(3)224–225, 236–37; and Classic period Hohokam, 75(2)194; feathered serpent motif, 71(3)339; Hohokam, 62(1)55, 64(2)236–237; Mexican Republic period, 50(2-3)139–151; Paquimé, 62(2)152; religion, 75(2)241, 242; Southwest interactions, 41(2)215–222, 46(l-2)3–38; textiles, 71(3)320–325, 357; Tucson Basin, 49(3-4)213–223



The Mesoamerican Ballgame, Vernon L. Scarborough and David R. Wilcox, reviewed by Randall H. McGuire, 58(2), 207–209

Mesoamerican Connection: Hohokam, 75(2)196–197

“The Mesoamerican Connection in the Southwest,” Randall H. McGuire, 46(1–2)3–38

Mesquite beans: preparation of, 31(1)46–53; Seri use of, 37(1)53–60

Mesquite Black-on-gray, 64(4)481, 484, 486

“Mestizo Matachines Dancers in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, December 11, 1968,” James S. Griffith, 35(2)103–104

Mestizos: as San Xavier’s artisans, 61(4)371, 373, 381–382

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

Metates: Hopi, 54(3)331–344

Metcalf Ranch site, 62(2)188, 192, 196, 199

“A Method for Distinguishing between Prehistoric and Recent Water and Soil Control Features,” William E. Doolittle, James A. Neely, and Michael D. Pool, 59(1)7–25

“A Method for the Attachment of Labels,” Gordon C. Baldwin, 4(3)14

“Method for the Estimation of Prehistoric Pueblo Populations,” Steven K. Clarke, 39(3–4)283–287

Methodist Church site, 66(4)419

“Methods of Recognizing Cultural Activity from Pollen in Archaeological Sites,” Vorsila L. Bohrer, 46(3)135–142

Mexican Baroque art: at San Xavier del Bac, 61(4)371–375

Mexican Indians: with Coronado expedition, 71(2)205–206, 211–212

Mexican Springs Road, 63(1)18

Mexico: Apache treaties, 62(4)351; cruciform objects from, 32(4)150–169; legend of Lola Casanova, 35(4)144–158, 214–216; Paleoindian sites in, 67(2)119–131; pottery making in, 64(3)326–327; textiles from, 71(3)349–364. See also Casas Grandes Region; Chihuahua; Paquimé; Sonora; West Mexico; various sites by name

Miami phase, 42(1)5–16, 62(2)134–137

Miami Wash sites: highway salvage archaeology, 42(1)5–16

“Microanalysis and Identification of a Basket Fragment from Sonora, Mexico,” James Henrickson and Richard Felger, 38(3-4)173–177, 39(1)2

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

Microenvironments: at Betatakin, 57(1)39–54

“The Microenvironments of Cliffdwellings in Tsegi Canyon, Arizona,” Andrew L. Christenson, 57(1)39–54

Microseriation: of Mimbres Black-on-white pottery, 61(1)5–29, 65(3)235–250

“Microstylistic Changes in Mimbres Black-on-white Pottery: Examples from the NAN Ruin, Grant County, New Mexico,” Harry J. Shafer and Robbie L. Brewington, 61(1)5–29

Middendorff, S.J., 22(4)1–10

Middens: shell, 41(2)185–194

Middle Agua Fria River: rock art on, 68(3)185–217

Middle Archaic culture: in Paradise Valley, 67(1)81–103; in southern Arizona, 73(3)321–343; at Tinajas Altas, 66(4)495; in Tucson Basin, 67(1)60, 62

“The Middle Archaic Period and the Transition to Agriculture in the Sonoran Desert of Southern Arizona,” Barbara J. Roth and Andrea Freeman, 73(3)321–353

Middle Place: Chaco Canyon as, 63(1)52–53

Midnight Canyon Cliff Dwelling, 61(2)129

Midvale, Frank, 52(3)229–235; “Prehistoric Irrigation of the Casa Grande Ruins Area,” 30(3)82–86; “Prehistoric Irrigation in the Salt River Valley, Arizona,” 34(1)28–32

Migrants: at Point of Pines Pueblo, 75(1)70–79; in San Pedro Valley, 75(2)222

Migration: Anasazi, 61(2)138–139, 65(1)63–81, 65(4)309–310, 324, 66(1)38–39, 66(1)167–186, 191–192, 66(3)375–384, 68(2)73–96, 68(3)263, 70(2)143–172, 70(3)239–243; Basketmaker II, 72(2)217–234; Chaco Canyon, 63(1)38, 68(3)224–225; Classic period Hohokam and, 75(2)200; East Dove Creek area, 72(1)55–67; historic Pueblo,69(1)30–48; Hohokam Classic period, 62(1)21; Hopi, 69(1)18–20, 75(2)249–50; Mesa Verde region, 72(4)379–400; Navajo, 44(1)65–75, 48(4)279–306, 66(3)323–324; in O’odham oral tradition, 75(2)248; Pueblo I, 64(3)377–382, 72(1)55–67, 72(4)427–428; after Pueblo Revolt, 73(2)204–206; Rio Grande Pueblo, 62(4)365–383; Salado, 75(2)225–227 San Pedro Salado, 42(1)47–55; San Pedro Valley, 75(2)222, 225–227Silver Creek region, 71(1)101–118; Tonto Basin, 61(1)47, 62(2)129, 137; Zuni, 69(1)13, 70(3)214–215, 74(2)130–131

Migration and Reorganization: The Pueblo IV Period in the American Southwest, Kaherine A. Spielmann, reviewed by Jeffrey J. Clark, 65(1)85–89

“Migrations in Late Anasazi Prehistory: The Evidence from the Goat Hill Site,” M. Kyle Woodson, 65(1)63–84

“Migrations in Late Anasazi Prehistory: ‘Eyewitness’ Testimony,” William Hartmann and Richard Flint, 66(3)375–385

“Migrations in the Southwest: Pinnacle Ruin, Southwestern New Mexico,” Stephen H. Lekson, et al., 68(2)73–101

Miksicek, Charles H.: “From Parking Lots to Museum Basements: The Archaeobotany of the St. Mary’s Site,” 45(1–2)131–140

Milagro site, 63(3)257, 67(1)63, 67(3)314, 315

Military: Chacoan roads, 63(1)47–49

Milk Ranch Point, 70(2)125

Milkweed (Asclepias spp.): cordage from, 71(3)277–278; textiles from, 71(3)351–352

Miller, Carl F.: review of Cummings, First Inhabitants of Arizona and the Southwest, 20(1)20–21

Miller, Joshua, 64(2)247

Miller, William, 71(2)146

Mills, Barbara J.: review of Hegmon, The Social Dynamics of Pottery Style in the Early Puebloan Southwest, 62(2)205–207

Mills, Barbara J., Andrea J. Carpenter, and William Grimm: “Sourcing Chuskan Ceramic Production: Petrographic and Experimental Analyses,” 62(3)261–282

Mills, Barbara J., and Patricia L. Crown: Ceramic Production in the American Southwest (review), 62(1)106–108

Mills, Peter R.: “An Axe to Grind: A Functional Analysis of Anasazi Stone Axes from Sand Canyon Pueblo Ruin (5MT765), Southwestern Colorado,” 58(3)393–413

“Mimbreño and Gileño Apache Irrigation Systems, 1853–1859,” Neal W. Ackerly, 62(4)349–363

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



Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin, Harry J. Shafer, reviewed by Michael W. Diehl, 70(2)199–201

Mimbres Black-on-white, 61(3)287, 62(2)187, 65(2)154, 156, 157, 158; dot-in-square motifs in, 71(3)331; microstylistic changes in, 61(1)5–29, 65(3)235–250

“Mimbres Black-on-white, Melamine or Wedgewood? A Ceramic Use-Wear Analysis,” Alicia Bray, 47(3)133–149

Mimbres Classic Black-on-white, 41(3–4)289–298, 43(2)129–141, 47(3)133–149

Mimbres Corrugated, 61(1)24, 65(2)154, 157

Mimbres Foundation: ceramic stylistic study by, 61(1)10–11

Mimbres Mogollon branch, 27(2)28–30, 53(2)129–145, 55(1)71–86, 59(1)27–47; animal interments, 65(4)363, 369, 376; architecture, 63(4)379–396; ceramic seriation, 61(1)5–29, 65(3)235–250; ceremonial spaces, 72(1)71–89; chronological sequence, 42(1)71–79, 46(4)209–225; communal structures, 45(3)253–277; environmental impacts, 70(4)375–393; fallow–valley occupation by, 61(3)278–291; faunal use, 49(1–2)105–110, 61(3)295–306, 62(2)153–154; firepit use, 62(3)283–297; great house construction in, 75(1)103; households and room use patterns, 48(1-2)17–37; rabbit drives, 65(2)105, 106(fig.); raw material distribution, 34(4)207–212; stone tools, 36(1)15–21; textile production, 71(3)331, 356(fig.); timespace systematics in, 65(2)143–163



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