Kiva index: Volumes 1 through 75



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Ancient Puebloan Southwest, John Kantner, reviewed by Paul F. Reed, 71(1)125

Ancient Ruins of the Southwest: An Archaeological Guide, David Grant Noble, reviewed by Susan L. Wilcox, 48(4)329–330

Anderson, Bruce Edward: “Immature Human Skeletal Remains from Homol'ovi III,” 54(3)231–244

Anderson, Keith M.: “Excavations at Betatakin and Keet Seel,” 37(1)1–29; review of Green and Plog, Problem Orientation and Allocation Strategies for Prehistoric Cultural Resources on the New Mexico National Forests, 50(2–3)168–171

Anderson, Keith M., Fillman Bell, and Yvonne G. Stewart: “Quitobaquito: A Sand Papago Cemetery,” 47(4)215–237

Anderson Mesa (Arizona), 56(4)359–384

Anderson site, 65(2)155

Andes cultures: tie-dye and dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)320–325

Andover (Massachusetts): town dump, 68(2)129–132

Andrefsky, William Jr.: review of Ramenofsky and Steffen, Unit Issues in Archaeology: Measuring Time, Space, and Material, 63(4)403–405

Andresen, John M., “Frank Midvale and the Casa Grande Canal,” 52(3)229–235; “Hohokam Murals at the Clan House, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument,” 48(4)267–278

Andrews Great House, 63(2)137–154, 66(3)337, 67(3)240, 241

“Andrews Great House Community: A Ceramic Chronometric Perspective, The,” Ruth M. Van Dyke, 63(2)137–154

Andrews site: linear features at, 71(1)43

Anemia, iron deficient, 54(3)231–244, 56(3)293–318

Aneth No. 3, 66(4)460

Angell vicinity, 34(2–3)90–102

Angell-Winona phase: botanical remains, 62(3)228–242

“Anglo Law and Navaho Behavior,” Ralph A. Leubben, 29(3)60–75

Anglo period: Tucson Basin, 49(2–3)225–232, 50(4)251–270

“The Anglo Period in Archaeological and Historical Perspective,” James E. Ayres, 49(2–3)225–232

Anglos: Santa Fe Fiesta, 66(2)249–264

Angulo Ranch, 49(2–3)225–232

Angus site, 63(3)253–254

“Animal Remains from the Schroeder Site, Durango, Mexico,” Paul W. Parmalee, 29(4)99–110

Animals: Archaic period exploitation, 44(2–3)219–235; cremations in Sierra Pinacate, 50(4)237–249; on Hohokam pottery, 66(2)223–245; interments of, 65(4)361–391. See also Faunal remains; by type

Animas Creek, 61(3)287

Animas-La Plata project: results of, 72(4)407–428

Animas Mountains, 61(3)282

Animas phase, 62(2)153, 65(2)158, 160, 72(2)231; southwestern New Mexico, 42(1)71–79; sites associated with, 61(3)282–290

Animas River: ceramics from, 62(1)88

Animas Valley (Colorado–New Mexico): ceramics, 66(4)457, 461, 462

Animas Valley (southern New Mexico), 61(3)282; Roosevelt Red Ware, 66(4)419–420, 422–438



Anodonta: from Tonto Basin, 62(2)125, 127, 130, 138

“Anomalous Basketmaker II Sites on Cedar Mesa: Not So Anomalous After All,” R. G. Matson, 60(2)219–237

“Anomalous Tree-Ring Dates and the Sequence of Room Construction at Canyon Creek Ruin, East Central Arizona,” Michael W. Graves, 47(3)107–131

Anónimo Mexicano, edited by Richley H. Crapo and Bonnie Glass-Coffin, reviewed by Richard Flint, 72(4)463–465

Anonymous: “Arizona Archaeologist Working in the South,” 2(4)16; “Dr. Emil W. Haury,” 17(3–4)27–28; “The Guevavi Stabilization Project,” 22(4)12; “Recent Jewelry Find,” 1(3)4; “University Ruin,” 1(8)1–4, 75(2)147–152

Anschuetz, Kurt F.: review of Kohler, Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: Village Formation on the Pajarito Plateau, 70(2)195–198; “Room to Grow with Rooms to Spare: Agriculture and Big-Site Settlements in the Late Pre-Columbian Tewa Basin Pueblo Landscape,” 73(2)173–194

Antelope Black-on-straw: dot-in-a-square motifs, 71(3)334

Antelope Cave: Basketmaker ceramics from, 71(3)248–50; sandals from, 75(3)327–347

Antelope Hill petroglyphs, 68(3)196

“Antelope House Methodology,” James Taylor Rock, 41(1)23–31

Antelope House Ruin, 41(1)entire issue; zooarchaeology 43(3–4)201–230

Antelope Wells obsidian, 45(3)227–251

Antevs, Ernst, 69(3)314–315; in Forestdale Valley, 65(4)321–322

“Anthropomorphic Rock Art Figures in the Middle Mimbres Valley, New Mexico,” Darrell G. Creel, 55(1)71–86

Antiquities preservation, 2(2)5–8

Antiquities legislation: Arizona, 26(1)19–24, 40(4)335–326

Anurans (frogs and toads), 57(4)343–351

Anyon, Roger: Archaeological Testing at the Fairchild Site (LA 45732), Otero County, New Mexico, reviewed by Michael E. Whalen, 53(1)73–77; review of Hart, Pedro Pino: Governor of Zuni Pueblo, 1830–1878, 69(4)427–430; review of Powell-Marti and Gilman, Mimbres Society, 74(3)359–361

Anyon, Roger, and Steven A. LeBlanc: “The Architectural Evolution of Mogollon–Mimbres Communal Structures,” 45(3)253–277; The Galaz Ruin: A Prehistoric Mimbres Village in Southwestern New Mexico, reviewed by Harry J. Shafer, 52(1)75–77

Anyon, Roger, Patricia A. Gilman, and Steven A. LeBlanc: “A Reevaluation of the Mogollon–Mimbres Archaeological Sequence,” 46(4)209–225

Apache County (Arizona): shield bearing figure in, 68(3)260



Apache Days and After, Thomas Cruse, reviewed by Victor R. Stoner, 9(2)16

Apache Pass, 24(2)1–13

Apache Peak, 35(3)105–120; rock art, 50(2–3)95–109, 68(3)204

Apache Peaks band, 63(4)352

Apache Plain pottery, 75(1)41, 49, 51

“Apache Puberty Ceremony for Girls,” Byron Cummings, 5 (1)1–4

“Apache Rights to Gila River Irrigation Water” (Dobyns), 63(4)349–358

Apaches: archaeology, 26(2)31–42, 42(1)5–16, 75(1)33–62; cattle raising, 23(3)1–4; ceremony, 5(1)1–4; Chiricahua, 42(3–4)301–315; ethnography, 4(2)5–10, 15 (1–4)4–5; Ghost Dance, 33(1)15–24; irrigation systems, 62(4)349–361; in northwest Mexico, 50(2–3)139–151; history, 19(1)1–12; Ranch Creek site, 35(3)125–130; Rio Grande Pueblos, 62(4)375–381; sand–painting, 13(3–4)26–36; shield bearing figures, 68(3)262; in Sonora, 70(1)10; Tonto, 37(2)65–73, 37(3)341–147; U.S. war against, 71(2)139–140; warfare, 17(1–2)1–6, 23(1)11–12, 24(2)1–13; Western, 3(6)22; wickiups, 23(3)5–11, 24(2)14–20, 26(2)27–30. See also various bands; groups

Apache scouts: battle of Cibecue, 71(2)135, 140, 143, 150

“An Apache Site on Ranch Creek, Southeast Arizona,” R. Gwinn Vivian, 35(3)125–130

Apache tears, see Obsidian

Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball, Sherry Robinson, reviewed by J. Mark Kaib, 66(2)307–308

Apocynum cannabinum, 67(2)170, 172–173; cordage from, 71(3)277–278; textiles from, 71(3)351–352

Apple Creek site, 44(2–3)219–235

Aquarias Mountains, 43(1)49–82

Arakawa, Fumiyasu, and Kimberlee M. Gerhardt: “Toolstone Procurement Patterns on Wetherill Mesa, Mesa Verde, A.D. 600–1280,” 73(1)67–84

Aravaipa Apache, 63(4)352, 353, 69(1)15

Aravaipa District: ceramics in, 72(1)25–26, 28, 30

Aravaipa Valley: tree–ring dating, 62(1)13

Archaeoastronomy: Sun Temple (Mesa Verde), 42(3–4)281–284

Archaeobotany, see Botanical remains

Archaeofaunal analyses, see Faunal remains

Archaeohistorical method, 42(34)317–329, 49(2–3)233–238

Archaeological Anthropology: Perspectives on Method and Theory, edited by James M. Skibo, Michael W. Graves, and Miriam T. Stark, reviewed by John W. Arthur, 73(4)451–453

Archaeological Chronometry: Radiocarbon and Tree–Ring Models and Applications from Black Mesa, Arizona, Terah L. Smiley and Richard V.N. Ahlstrom, reviewed by Gary M. Brown, 64(3)401–404

“Archaeological Excavations near Bylas, Arizona,” Alfred E. Johnson and William W. Wasley, 31(4)205–253

“Archaeological Explorations in Caves of the Point of Pines Region, Arizona,” James C. Gifford, reviewed by Jeffrey L. Hantman, 46(4)285–288

Archaeological Field School: Grasshopper, 31(4)255–275, 36(2)40–43, 40(1–2)3–38

“Archaeological Innocence at Pecos in 1917–1918,” Raymond H. Thompson, 68(2)123–127

Archaeological Investigations at AZ U:6:61 (ASU), A Prehistoric Limited Activity Site in South–Central Arizona, Patricia Eyring Brown and A. E. Rogge, reviewed by Thomas R. Cartledge, 46(4)290–293, 1981

Archaeological Investigations at Ladle House, Site 5MT3873, Montezuma County, Colorado, Jerry Fetterman, Linda Honeycutt, and Kelley McAndrews, reviewed by Carla R. Van West, 62(3)301–303

Archaeological Investigations at the Confluence of the Verde River and West Clear Creek, Sara Stebbins, Donald E. Weaver, Jr., and Steven G. Dosh, reviewed by Marvin D. Jeter, 47(4)293–296

Archaeological Investigations at the West Branch Site: Early and Middle Rincon Occupation in the Southern Tucson Basin, Frederick W. Huntington, reviewed by Richard S. Ciolek-Torrello, 53(1)66–73

“Archaeological Investigations of Three Mesa Verde Anasazi Pit Kilns,” Laura A. Heacock, 60(3)391–410



Archaeological Investigations of Three Sites within the WIPP Core Area, Eddy County, New Mexico, edited by Kenneth J. Lord and William E. Reynolds, reviewed by Michael E. Whalen, 53(1)73–77

“The Archaeological Legacy of Edward H. Spicer,” Watson Smith, 49(1–2)75–79

“An Archaeologically Sterile Area in Northern Sonora,” Ronald L. lves, 36(3)1–10

Archaeological Perspectives on Ethnicity in America: Afro-American and Asian American Culture History, edited by Robert L. Schuyler, reviewed by George A. Teague, 46(1–2) 124–126

Archaeological preserves, 39(3–4)233–245

“An Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Yampa and Green Rivers,” Gordon C. Baldwin, 12(3)31–36

“The Archaeological Resources of Saguaro National Monument,” Jack L. Zahniser, 35(3)105–120

“Archaeological Salt at Mesa Verde and Trade with Areas to the North and West,” Stuart J. Baldwin, 42(2)177–191

“Archaeological Signatures of Corn Preparation in the U.S. Southwest,” Margaret Beck, 67(2)187–218



Archaeological Studies at Tonto National Monument, Arizona, Charlie R. Steen, Lloyd M. Pierson, Vorsila L. Bohrer, and Kate Peck Kent (edited by Louis R. Caywood), reviewed by Richard B. Woodbury, 28(3)35–38

“Archaeological Survey in the Arizona Papagueria,” V.K. Pheriba Stacy, 40(3)18l–187

“An Archaeological Survey of Casa Grande National Monument, Arizona,” J. Richard Ambler, 27(4)10–23

“An Archaeological Survey of the Lower Gila River,” R. Gwinn Vivian, 30 (4)95–146

“An Archaeological Survey of the Northwestern Papagueria,” Paul H. Ezell, 10(2–4)1–26

"An Archaeological Survey of the Painted Rocks Reservoir, Western Arizona,” Albert H. Schroeder, 27 (1)1–28

“The Archaeological Survey on the San Carlos Indian Reservation,” Emil W. Haury, 11(1)5–9

Archaeological Surveys of Chaco Canyon, Alden C. Hayes, David M. Brugge, and W. James Judge, reviewed by Joseph A. Tainter, 56(2)183–186

Archaeological Testing at the Fairchild Site (LA 45732), Otero County, New Mexico, Roger Anyon, reviewed by Michael E. Whalen, 53(1)73–77

Archaeologists: training Tohono O’odham, 64(2)201–208



The Archaeologist’s Note Book, Clement C. Meighan, reviewed by Roderick Sprague, 27(2)31–32

Archaeology: Old World, 1(1)3; significance, 42(2)193–202; southwestern, 1(1)1–2

“Archaeology, Alluvium, and Cave Stratigraphy: The Record from Bechan Cave, Utah,” Larry D. Agenbroad, Jim I. Mead, Emilee D. Mead, and Diana Elder, 54(4)335–351

“Archaeology and Archaeobotany of Southern Paiute Horticulture in the St. George Basin, Southwestern Utah,” James R. Allison, Cathryn M. Meegan, and Shawn Sabrina Murray, 73(4)417–448

“Archaeology at the Presidio of Tucson,” Alan P. Olson, 50(4)251–270

Archaeology for Money, Clement W. Meighan, reviewed by Alan H. Simmons, 54(4)420–421

The Archaeology, Geology, and Paleobiology of Stanton's Cave, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, edited by Robert C. Euler, reviewed by J. M. Adovasio, 51(4)265-266

“Archaeology in Southern Nevada,” Gordon C. Baldwin, 7(4)13–16



The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona, J. Jefferson Reid and Stephanie M. Whittlesey, reviewed by Barbara J. Roth, 63(3)307–309

Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: Village Formation on the Pajarito Plateau, Timothy Kohler, reviewed by Kurt F. Anschuetz, 70(2)195–198

The Archaeology of Chaco Canyon, edited by Stephen H. Lekson, reviewed by Carrie C. Heitman, 72(4)459–462

“The Archaeology of Pueblo Grande de Nevada; Past and Current Research within Nevada’s ‘Lost City’,” Karen G. Harry and James T. Watson, 75(4)403–424



The Archaeology of Southwest Gallegos Mesa: The EPCC Survey Project, edited by Steven E. Sessions, reviewed by Charles A. Reher, 46(3)203–205

“The Archaeology of the Pueblo Revolt and the Formation of the Modern Pueblo World,” Matthew Liebmann and Robert W. Preucel, 73(2)195–216



The Archaeology of the Sierra Blanca Region of Southeastern New Mexico, Jane H. Kelley, reviewed by Patricia M. Spoerl, 51(1)58-60

“The Archaeology of the Southwest,” Byron Cummings, 1(1)1–2



Archaeology of the Ute Dam and Reservoir, Northeastern New Mexico, Laurens C. Hammack, reviewed by S. Alan Skinner, 32(1)39–40

“The Archaeology of Tinajas Altas, a Desert Water Hole in Southwestern Arizona,” Gayle H. Hartmann and Mary Chartlotte Thurtle, 66(4)489–518

Archaeomagnetic dating: 35(1)11–28, 55(1)23–32, 60(4)481–530; Classic period Hohokam sites, 62(1)17, 69(4)377–378; Continental site, 63(1)201–204; as dating technique, 73(4)387–410; Gibbon Springs site, 62(1)17; Goat Hill site, 65(1), 74, 76(table); Mogollon Village, 61(4)390–391; Tucson Basin Tanque Verde phase sites, 62(1)17

The Archaic-Formative Transition in the Tucson Basin, 60(4)entire issue

Archaic tradition, 57(4)291–314; agriculture in, 59(4)433–454, 60(2)165–189; Amargosa Desert burial, 41(3–4)267–276; atlatls, 64(2)175–196, 71(4)440; clay figurines, 61(4)401–411; Cochise culture, 63(1)75–76, 64(2)115–133; cordage from, 71(3)287–288; dog burials, 66(2)291–303; in Grand Canyon, 61(2)145–171; at Mogollon Village, 61(4)398; northern Rio Grande Valley, 73(2)117–126; in Phoenix Basin, 67(1)81–103; Pineveta Tanks site, 43(2)111–127; projectile points, 51(2)99–127, 57(4)353–370, 61(4)413–429, 64(3)339–364, 67(3)297–320; rock art, 55(3)213–234, 68(3)185–217; small seed processing, 75(4)425–442; southern Arizona, 73(3)321–343; split-twig figurines and, 49(1–2)67–73; subsistence patterns, 42(3–4)285–299, 44(2–3)219–235; at Tinajas Altas, 66(4)495; in Tonto Basin, 62(2)123; Tucson Basin, 49(3–4)133–145, 50(2–3)95–109, 49(3–4)147–165, 61(2)189–204, 63(3)241–25. See also Desert Culture; Early Agricultural/Early Ceramic period; various cultures, divisions

Arch Canyon site, 69(4)357, 70(2)126

Archer site, 75(1)46–48

“Architectural Development and Masonry Style at Antelope House,” Don P. Morris, 41(1)33–37

“The Architectural Evolution of Mogollon–Mimbres Communal Structures,” Roger Anyon and Steven A. LeBlanc, 45(3)253–277

“Architectural Patterns along the Rio Taraises, Northern Sierra Madre Occidental, Sonora,” Elizabeth Bagwell, 70(1)7–30

“Architectural Petroglyphs at Sand Canyon Pueblo (5MT765) Southwestern Colorado,” Bruce A. Bradley, 54(2)153–161

Architecture, 52(4)243–266, 53(2)85–100; Anasazi, 52(1)53–74, 53(3)253–272, 56(4)385–409; Anasazi ritual, 61(3)246–247, 261–262, 268–269; Ancient Puebloan towers, 75(3)356–357, 360–361; Angell (vicinity), 34(2–3)90–302; Antelope House Ruin, 41(1)33–37; AZ BB:l4:24, 33(3)103–204; Basketmaker II, 72(2)153, 174, 182, 186(fig.), 200–201, 242-44; Basketmaker III, 64(4)474–478, 491–492; Beardsley Canal site, 38(2)57–94; on Black Mesa, 49(l–2)3–18; Buttes Dam Site, 33(4)244–279; Bylas vicinity, 31(4)205–253; Casa Grande, 31(2)59–82, 35(1)55–56, 64(4)419–443; Cave Creek (vicinity), 32(3)106–111; Cerro de Moctezuma, 72(3)359–362; cerros de trincheras, 75(2)274–280; Chacoan, 69(2)97–101, 117–137, 68(1)23–45, 70(3)236–238; Classic period Mimbres, 72(1)71–89; Cohonina, 43(2)111–127; cultural identity, 70(4)323–342; DoBell site, 39(1)35–67; Duckfoot site, 57(3)213–236; Eztagito site, 34(2–3)176–184; Fortified Hill site, 40(4)213–282; Gobbler Tank site, 34(2–3)58–89; Grasshopper area, 33(4)255–275, 40(1–2)39–47, 40(1–2)49–56, 40(1–2)81–91, 40(1–2)93–100; Henderson site, 36(2)1–12; Hohokam, 31(1)1–13, 35(1)11–28, 59(4)377–418; Mesa Verde area, 48(l–2)63–81; Mimbres, 45(3)253–277, 48(1–2)17–37, 63(4)379–396; mission, 61(4)348–349, 370–373; New Caves Pueblo, 74(3)291–300; northern Rio Grande Valley, 73(1)31–58, 73(2)144–146; Onavas Valley, 72(3)336–337; Paquimé, 62(2)151–152; Pecos, 61(4)350–356; Plain and Red Ware horizons, 70(2)110–115; Point of Pines pithouses, 70(3)282–289; Potrero Creek site, 37(1)30–52; Pueblo del Monte, 39(1)75–87; Pueblo I, 64(3)383–386; Pueblo Revolt and, 73(2)198–200; Río Taraises, Sonora, 70(1)7–26; San Cayetano del Tumacacori, 34(2–3)185–198; Sinagua, 74(3)291–300; Skiddy Canyon Ruin, 34(2–3)58–89; Tonto Basin, 34(2-3)132–175, 62(2)124–137; Tularosa phase, 71(4)401–409; Tumamoc Hill, 38(2)95–101; Willcox vicinity, 35(3)131–137; Winona vicinity, 34(2–3)90–102; Zuni region, 74(2)132–134

“Architecture and Tree-ring Dating at the Duckfoot Site in Southwestern Colorado,” Ricky R. Lightfoot, 57(3)213–236



The Architecture of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, edited by Stephen H. Lekson, reviewed by Stephen Plog, 75(3)377–391

The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos, edited by William D. Lipe and Michelle Hegmon, reviewed by Allan P. Sullivan, III, 57(3)271–276

Areal distribution of artifacts, 35(1)29–54

Areneño Papago, see Sand Papago

“Are Roasting Pits Always Roasting Pits?,” Robert E. Gasser, 47(3)171–176

Arikara: subsistence patterns, 44(2–3)191–218

Arispe, 66(3)377

Arizona, 51(1)3–18, 53(1)35–51, 53(4)335–356, 363–372, 54(1)entire issue, 55(2)127–154, 55(3)235–243, 56(4)359–384, 57(1)17–25; alluvial stratigraphy in, 65(4)319–336; Anasazi in, 54(2)147–152, 56(2)99–144, 57(1)39–54, 59(3)297–317, 59(4)455–473, 60(2)203–218; Anasazi migrations in, 65(1)63–81; Apache archaeology in, 75(1)33–62; Archaic tradition in, 51(2)99–127, 56(1)25–43, 57(4)291–314, 57(4)353–370, 59(4)433–454, 61(2)189–204, 61(4)413–429, 63(3)241–25, 64(2)189, 191, 64(3)339–364, 66(2)291–303, 67(3)297–320; Archaic–Formative transition in, vol. 60(4)entire issue; atlatls and darts from, 71(4)433; Basketmaker burials in, 72(2)272–273; Bison and Bos in, 70(2)183–191; brick production in, 71(2)165–185; brothels in, 70(4)349–372; canals in, 68(1)56–63; CCC in, 63(4)359–376; Chacoan great houses in, 69(2)195; Cibola White Ware in, 61(1)31–41; Chodistaas Pueblo, 61(1)99; Cienega phase pottery in, 64(3)311–332; cliff dwellings in, 61(2)121–140; Cohonina sites in, 61(4)433–453; discovery of, 4(7)27–30; disease in, 63(2)117–131; Early Agricultural sites in, 67(1)59–75; exploration of, 37(2)93–103; Franciscans in, 68(4)283–300; game drives in, 74(1)95; Gila Horizon in, 66(4)407–438; Hohokam in, 52(2)113–146, 52(3)229–235, 53(3)273–285, 53(4)305–319, 54(2)127–146, 56(3)entire issue, 57(3)237–249, 58(3)357–372, 59(1)65–82, 59(3)271–296, 59(3)319–344, 59(4)377–418, 63(3)197–212, 263–294, 64(2)211–222, 245–274, 65(1)35–61, 66(4)467–487, 67(1)7–24, 70(3)255–268, 72(4)431–453; Hopi in, 54(3)entire issue, 57(2)entire issue; Late Archaic–Early Agricultural sites in, 65(4)341–357, 67(1)81–103; late Mogollon pueblos in, 75(1)63–86; lime production in, 71(2)187–199; Middle Archaic in, 73(3)321–343; Mogollon in, 54(4)353–360, 53(2)101–112, 53(2)85–100, 56(2)145–164, 67(4)385–407, 70(3)273–289, 70(4)323–342; Navajo in, 51(1)3–37; obsidian from, 66(3)345–370, 74(3)273–275; O’odham in 52(3)163–91, 58(4)435–454; origin of word, 11(2)20–22; Paleoindian tradition in, 58(4)487–494, 58(4)495–498, 61(1)83–87, 89–96, 64(2)145–172, 70(3)293–305; Plain and Red Ware horizon chronology in, 70(2)97–116; Pleistocene age sites in, 65(2)125–140; rabbit drive site in, 65(2)103–120; rock art in, 65(3)253–263, 68(3)185–217, 70(4)413–420; room function studies in, 64(1)27–47; sandals from, 71(3)299–314; Sinagua in, 55(2)99–125, 55(3)187–212, 58(2)155–175, 61(2)109–118, 62(3)221–242; Spanish colonial churches in, 61(4)348–350, 61(4)365–382; split–twig figurines in, 61(2)145–171; Tohono O’odham archaeology in, 64(2)201–208; tree-ring dates from, 62(4)327–334; Tularosa phase sites, 71(3)397–421; Tusayan White Ware in, 61(2)175–185; water rights in, 63(4)349–356. See also various cultures, regions, sites by name

Arizona: A History, Thomas Sheridan, reviewed by Teresita Majewski, 61(4)457–459

Arizona Antiquities Act, 26(1)19–24, 40(4)315–326

“The Arizona Antiquities Act of 1960,” Emil W. Haury, 26(1)19–24

Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, 3(2)5–6, 56(4)329–357

Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society: Julian Hayden, 64(2)103, 105–109; history of, 32(2)42–56; Mission Guevavi excavations, 42(2)135–175; Tucson Basin Conference, 49(3–4)131–132; Tumamoc Hill Survey, 45(l–2)l–14

“The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society,” Victor R. Stoner, 3(2)5–6

"The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society: Its First Seventy-Five Years," Gayle Harrison Hartmann and Sharon F. Urban, 56(4)329–357

Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Field Trip, Sonora, 21(3–4)25–26

“Arizona Archaeologist Working in the South,” Anonymous, 2(4)16

“Arizona Bifaces of Wyoming Chert,” John C. Whittaker, Alan Ferg, and John D. Speth, 53(4)321–334

“Arizona Highway Salvage Archaeology 1969,” R. Gwinn Vivian, 34(2–3)53–57

“Arizona Highway Salvage Archaeology 1974,” Laurens C. Hammack, 39(2)97–103

Arizona Historical Society: battle of Cibecue artifacts, 71(2)155, 157

“Arizona Indians,” Clara Lee Tanner, 15(1–4)1–16

Arizona Museum (Phoenix), 64(2)251

Arizona Portland Cement Plant, 71(2)191

Arizona Public Service Cholla Project, 48(1–2)109–115

Arizona State Historic Preservation Office: Pueblo Devol Project, 61(2)123

Arizona State Museum: E. B. Sayles, 63(1)77–80; Trincheras survey, 68(1)5–21

“Arizona State Museum: Activities,” Clara Lee Tanner, 7 (7–8)30–31

“Arizona State Museum: History,” Carleton S. Wilder, 7 (7–8)26–29

“Arizona State Museum: 1943–44,” Emil W. Haury, 9(4)29–31

“Arizona State Museum: The Present and the Future,” Emil W. Haury, 7(7–8)31–32

Arizona State Museum collections: Huerfano Butte cache, 36(2)17–22; hunting nets, 36(3)20–54; net from Chihuahua, 32(4)121–127; Papago miniature pottery cache, 32(4)128–142, 33(1)36

Arizona State Museum Library: Victor Rose Stoner bequest, 50(4)183–199

Arizona State Museum site numbers



AZ B:9:201, see Shaman's Gallery

AZ C:9:156, see Crescendo Cave

AZ C:9:157, see Rebound Cave

AZ C:9:158/159, see Five Windows Cave

AZ C:9:160, see Left Eye Cave

AZ C:9:161, see Right Eye Cave

AZ C:9:162, see Shrine Cave

AZ D:3:1, see Kiet Siel

AZ D:7:16, see Standing Fall House

AZ D:7:228, D:7:279, AZ D:7:322, and D:11:487, 51(1)3–18

AZ D:7:2085. See Tsosie Shelter

AZ D:17:710, see RB551

AZ E :7:1, see Vandal Cave

AZ E:15:31, see Antelope House Ruin

AZ G:15:22, see Kiewit site

AZ H:10:1, see Pineveta Tanks site

AZ I:1:15, 61(2)184


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