Kiva index: Volumes 1 through 75



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Saric: Jesuit mission censuses, 46(4)243–272

Sauceda Mountains, 74(1)56; obsidian from, 62(1)46, 49, 50, 53–55; 66(3)346, 364, 368, 369

Sauer, Jonathan D., Hugh C. Cutler, and Vorsila L. Bohrer: “Carbonized Plant Remains from Two Hohokam Sites, Arizona 88:13:41 and Arizona 88:13:50,” 35(1)1–10

“Save Our Ruins,” Louis R. Caywood, 11(3)27–32

Sayers, Robert: “A Recycled Hopi Manta,” 45(4)301–315; review of Kent, Navajo Weaving: Three Centuries of Change, 53(1)65–66

Sayles, Gladys Cheatham, 63(1)72, 77, 81

“Sayles, Pioneer Southwestern Archaeologist, E. B. ‘Ted,’” Bruce B. Huckell, Darrell Creel, and Mike Jacobs, 63(1)69–86

Scale: in settlement studies, 65(2)143–166, 69(3)243–263

“Scale and Time-Space Systematics in the Post-A.D. 1100 Mimbres Region of the North American Southwest,” Michelle Hegmon et al., 65(2)143–166

Scalps, scalping: Basketmaker, 62(4)395–398

Scantling, Frederick H.: “Jackrabbit Ruin,” 5(3)9–12, 75(2)153–158

SCAR, see San Carlos Apache Reservation

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

Scarborough, Vernon L., and David R. Wilcox: The Mesoamerican Ballgame (review), 58(2), 207–209

SCAT, see San Carlos Apache Tribe

Schaafsma, Hoski, and John M. Briggs: “Hohokam Field Building: Silt Fields in the Northern Phoenix Basin,” 72(4)431–457

Schaafsma, Polly: New Perspectives on Pottery Mound Pueblo (review), 74(3)353–355; Rock Art in New Mexico (review), 58(4)503-505; "Shaman's Gallery: A Grand Canyon Rock Art Site,” 55(3)213–234

Scheans, Daniel J.: “An Addition to the Anasazi Ceremonial Bifurcate Basket Complex,” 22(4)10–12

Schevill, Margaret Erwin: “The Navajo Screen,” 11(1)3–5; “Dr. Washington Matthews, 1843–1905,” 14(1-4)2–6

Scheick, Cherie L.: “The Late Developmental and Early Coalition of the Northern Middle Rio Grande: Time or Process?,” 73(2)131–154

Schiffer, Michael Brian: “Comments on Environment and Behavior at Antelope House,” 41(1)123–126; “Cultural Laws and the Reconstruction of Past Lifeways,” 37(3)148–157; Formation Processes of the Archaeological Record (review), 53(3)296–300; review of Kent, Analyzing Activity Areas: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of the Use of Space, 51(3)201–203

Schillaci, Michael A.: “The Development of Population Diversity at Chaco Canyon,” 68(3)221–245

Schlanger, Sarah H.: review of Plog, Spatial Organization and Exchange: Archaeological Survey on Northern Black Mesa, 53(1)53–56

Schmidt, Erich, 64(2)248

Schmidt, Kari M.: “Coalition Period Subsistence on the Pajarito Plateau: Faunal Remains from Five Room Block Sites,” 73(2)155–172; “The Five Feature Site (AZ CC:7:55[ASM]): Evidence for a Prehistoric Rabbit Drive in Southeastern Arizona,” 65(2)103–124

Schmidt, Robert H., Jr., and Rex E. Gerald: “The Distribution of Conservation-type Water-control Systems in the Northern Sierra Madre Occidental,” 53(2)165–179

Schmitt, Martin F. (editor): General George Crook: His Autobiography (review), 13(1)12

Schollmeyer, Karen Gust: “Prehispanic Environmental Impact in the Mimbres Region, Southwestern New Mexico,” 70(4)375–397

Schoolhouse Point, 62(2)140

Schoolhouse Point Mound, 72(1)32; inhumations from, 63(4)319–345

Schroeder, Albert H.: “An Archaeological Survey of the Painted Rocks Reservoir, Western Arizona,” 27(1)1–28; obituary, 60(3)443–445

Schroeder, Albert H. (editor), Southwestern Ceramics: A Comparative Review, (review), 48(4)333–337

Schroeder site, 29(4)99–110

Schuck, 64(2)202, 203

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

Schuyler, Robert L. (editor): Archaeological Perspectives on Ethnicity in America: Afro–American and Asian American Culture History (review), 46(1-2) 124–126

Schweitzer, John, and Robert K. Thomas: “Fiesta of St. Francis at San Francisquito, Sonora,” 18(1-2)1–7



Science in Archaeology, edited by Don Brothwell and Eric Higgs, reviewed by William J. Robinson, 30(1)25

Scientists and Storytellers: Feminist Anthropologists and the Construction of the American Southwest, Catherine Lavender, reviewed by Catherine S. Fowler, 73(4)454–456

SCIP, see San Carlos Irrigation Project

Scott, David, 64(2)215

Scott, Douglas D.: “The Nordenskiold Campsite: A Test in Historic Archaeology,” 37(3)128–140

Scott, Linda J.: “Dietary Inferences from Hoy House Coprolites: A Palynological Interpretation,” 44(2-3)257–281

Scott, Stuart D.: “Pottery Figurines from Central Arizona,” 26(2)11–26

Scottsbluff points: in Mexico, 67(2)130

Scottsdale (Sawik) Canal System, 63(3)280, 284–285

“Scouting for Apache Archaeology in the Sub-Mogollon Rim Region,” Sarah Herr, Chris North, and J. Scott Wood, 75(1)33–62

Screwtail Cave, 34(2-3)124–131

Screwtail Ridge, 34(2-3)124–131

Scribe S site, 61(3)259

Scrugham, James G., 75(4)406–407

SCS, see Soil Conservation Service

“The Search for Anasazi Village Origins: Basketmaker II Dwelling Aggregation on Cedar Mesa,” Karen M. Dohm, 60(2)257–276

“A Search for the Philosophical Julian: American Pragmatism and Southwestern Archaeology,” J. Jefferson Reid and Stephanie M. Whittlesey, 64(2)275–286

Sears Point, 68(3)196

Seasonality: Hohokam, 44(2-3)101–111; Navajo Indians, 44(1)65–75, 48(4)279–306

Sechin Alto, 62(4)409

Seco Corrugated, 68(2)87, 88

Seco Creek, 65(2)162

“Secondary Forest Succession Following Abandonment of Mesa Verde,” Don G. Wyckoff, 42(3-4)215–231

Second Canyon Ruin, 75(2)223, 224

Second Sink site: ballcourt at, 61(4)434

Sedelmayr, Jacobo, 61(4)368

“Sedentary Agriculturalists or Mobile Hunter-Gatherers? Evidence on the Late Archaic Occupation of the Northern Tucson Basin,” Barbara J. Roth, 57(4)291–314

Sedentary period (Hohokam): domesticated amaranth, 74(4)393–414; pottery, 66(2)223–245, 67(1)7–24; in Phoenix Basin, 63(2)155–171; water reservoirs, 75(2)179–191

Sedentism, 60(2)277–288, 60(3)411–428; Hohokam, 44(2-3)101–111; short-term, 61(3)277



Sedentism and Mobility in a Social Landscape, Mark D. Varien, reviewed by Susan Kent, 65(4)399–401

“Sediment Accumulation along Hohokam Canals,” Allen Dart, 51(2)63–84

Seed processing: Colorado Plateau, 75(4)425–442

“Seeds, Cucurbits, and Corn from Lizard Man Village” (Hunter), 62(3)221–244

“Seeds, Seasons, and Ecosystems: Sedentary Hohokam Groups in the Papagueria,” Robert E. Gasser, 44(2-3)101–111, 75(2)229–238

“Seeking the Red Ware Potters of the Northern San Juan: Petrographic Analysis of Bluff Black-on-red,” Norman T. Oppelt, 66(4)447–465

Segaslin Mesa: kivas on, 74(2)123–125

“Segaslin Mesa Ruins,” Byron Cummings, 7(1)1–4

Semiotics: and Zuni kachinas, 55(1)49–70

“The Semiotics of Gender on Zuni Kachinas,” Will Roscoe, 55(1)49–70

Senecú, 69(1)44

Senior, Louise M., and Linda J. Pierce: “Turkeys and Domestication in the Southwest: Implications from Homol'ovi III,” 54(3)245–259

Sense, Richard: “A Prehistoric Quarry near Ray, Arizona,” 32(4)170–174

Senecu del Sur, 73(2)205

Seowtewa, Octavius, 69(1)13

“A Sequence of Interbedded Cultural and Natural Deposits at Point of Pines, Arizona," Raymond H. Thompson, 65(4)319–340

Seri, 35(4)141–142, 72(3)332; agave use, 35(4)159–167, 70(4)399–412; band organization, 47(4)185–213; basketry, 25(1)10–17, 38(3–4)105–177; burial practice, 35(4)211–216; clay figurines, 33(3)133–154, 167–168; columnar cacti use, 39(3-4)257–275; eelgrass use, 43(2)89–92; elevated burials, 35(4)211–216; face painting of, 11(2)15–20, 30(2)27–39; fiesta, 33(3)89–132, 167–168; figurines of, 21(3-4)1–11, 22–23, 26(4)30–33; headpieces and hats, 35(4)168–177, 214–216; history of, 27(2)12–21; house building materials, 39(3-4)257–275; instrumental music, 35(4)178–200, 214–216; ironwood carvings, 33(3)155–168; life cycle, 35(4)201–210, 214–216; linguistics, 35(4)143; Lola Casanova and, 35(4)144–158, 214–216; mesquite use, 37(1)53–60; missions, 25(3)37–43; pigments, 33(3)89–132, 167–168; puberty ceremony of, 20(4)8–11; shellfish use by, 73(3)279, 282; social organization of, 28(3)14–27; sociopolitical organization, 45(3)197–209; territorial range, 45(3)197–209

“Seri: From Conception through Infancy,” Mary Beck Moser, 35(4)203–210, 214–216

Seriation: of Mimbres Black-on-white pottery, 61(1)5–30, 65(3)235–250

“Seri Bands,” Edward Moser, 28(3)14–27; errata 29(3)85

“Seri Bands in Cross-Cultural Perspective,” Thomas E. Sheridan, 47(4)185–213

“Seri Basketry,” Edward Moser. 38(3-4)105–140

“Seri Basketry: A Comparative View,” Thomas Bowen, 38(3-4)141–172

“Seri Blue,” Mary Beck Moser, 30(2)27–32

“Seri Blue—An Explanation,” H. Wesley Peirce, 30(2)33–39

“Seri Clay Figurines,” Edward Moser and Richard S. White, Jr., 33(3)133–154, 167–168

“Seri Elevated Burials,” Mary Beck Moser, 35(4)211–216

“Seri Face Painting,” Gwyneth Harrington Xavier, 11(2)15–20

“A Seri Fertility Figurine from Bahia Kino, Sonora,” George E. Fay, 21(3-4)11–12, 22–23

“A Seri Girls’ Puberty Ceremony at Desemboque, Sonora,” Thomas B. Hinton, 20(4)8–11

“Seri Headpieces and Hats,” Thomas Bowen and Edward Moser, 35(4)168–177, 214–216

“Seri Indian Basketry,” Barbara Johnson, 25(1)10–13

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

“The Seri Indian Missions,” George B. Eckhart, 25(3)37–43

“Seri Ironwood Carving,” Bernice Johnston, 33(3)155–168

“Seri Pottery,” Edward Moser and Thomas Bowen, 33(3)89–132, 167–168

“Seri Use of Agave (Century Plant),” Richard Felger and Mary Beck Moser, 35(4)159–167, 214–216

“Seri Use of Mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa var torreyana),” Richard S. Edger and Mary Beck Moser, 37(1)53–60

SES, see Soil Erosion Service

“Settlement and Growth of Zuni Pueblo: An Architectural History,” T. J. Ferguson and Barbara J. Mills, 52(4)243–266

“Settlement and Subsistence Patterns in the Reserve Phase and Mountain Mogollon: A Test Case in Devils Park, New Mexico,” John A. Peterson, 53(2)113–127

Settlement patterns, 53(1)3–33, 53(2)113–127, 54(2)127–146, 59(1)27–47; and agriculture, 74(2)166–167; Archaic, 67(1)81–103; Coconino Plateau, 44(4)297–317; Dead Valley, 46(3)143–153; Early Pithouse phase (Mimbres), 61(3)295–297; Elk in Ridge region, 70(2)121–138; fallow-valley model (Mimbres), 61(3)275–291; of historic New Mexico pueblos, 69(1)30–48; Hohokam irrigation systems, 63(3)263–294; Jornada Mogollon, 74(1)7–29; Salt–Gila Basin, 50(2-3)75–94; San Francisco River, 46(3)155–168; Santa Cruz Valley, 43(2)93–110; in southwest San Juan Basin, 69(2)182, 183–186(figs.); Tohono O’odham (Papago), 27(4)1–9; Vosberg Valley, 46(1-2)99–119; Zuni region, 74(2)133–134

Settlement structure: Sacred Ridge site, 72(4)423–425

“Settlement Succession on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico,” Robert W. Preucel, 53(1)3–33

Settlement systems: Basketmaker II, 72(2)248–55; Mesa Verde region, 72(4)379–400

“A Seventeenth-Century Instance of Hopi Clowning?: The Trial of Juan Suñi, 1659,” Anton Daughters, 74(4)447–462

“Seventeenth Century Seri,” William B. Griffen, 27(2)12–21

Seven Towers Pueblo, 66(1)95, 104, 105, 109, 112

Sevilleta, 69(1)44

Sexton Canal, 63(4)354

Seymour, Deni J.: “The Canutillo Complex: Evidence of Protohistoric Mobile Occupants in the Southern Southwest,” 74(4)421–446; “Finding History in the Archaeological Record: The Upper Piman Settlement of Guevavi,” 62(3)245–260; “Peripheral Considerations: Defining Spatial and Physical Correlates of Storage Behavior in Hohokam Structures,” 59(4)377–394

Seymour, Gregory R.: “The Civilian Conservation Corps in Arizona: A Context for Erosion–Control Features,” 63(4)359–377

Shabik’ashschee (Schabik'eschee) Village, 37(3)148–157, 68(3)224; Basketmaker ceramics from, 71(3)248–50

Shackley, M. Steven: “Elko or San Pedro? A Quantitative Analysis of Late Archaic Projectile Points from White Tanks, Yuma County, Arizona,” 61(4)413–432; Obsidian: Geology and Archaeology in the North American Southwest (review), 72(1)128–130; “Two Newly Discovered Sources of Archaeological Obsidian in the Southwest: Archaeological and Social Implications,” 74(3)269–280 “Tank Mountains Obsidian: A Newly Discovered Archaeological Obsidian Source in East-central Yuma County, Arizona,” 57(1)17–25

Shackley, M. Steven, and David B. Tucker: “Limited Prehistoric Procurement of Sand Tank Obsidian, Southwestern Arizona,” 66(3)345–374

Shaeffer, Margaret W. M., “The Construction of a Wickiup on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation,” 24(2)14–20

Shafer, Harry J.: “Classic Mimbres Phase Households and Room Use Patterns,” 48(l-2)17–37; Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin (review), 70(2)199–201; reviews of LeBlanc, The Galaz Ruin: A Prehistoric Mimbres Village in Southwestern New Mexico and The Mimbres People: Ancient Pueblo Painters of the American Southwest, 52(1)75–77

Shafer, Harry J., and Robbie L. Brewington: “Microstylistic Changes in Mimbres Black–on–white Pottery: Examples from the NAN Ruin, Grant County, New Mexico,” 61(1)5–30

Shafer, Harry J., and Harold Drollinger: “Classic Mimbres Adobe-Lined Pits, Plazas, and Courtyards at the NAN Ruin, Grant County, New Mexico,” 63(4)379–399

Shaffer, Brian S., and James A. Neely: “Intrusive Anuran Remains in Pit House Features: A Test of Methods,” 57(4)343–351

Shaft site (Miami Wash), 42(1)5–16

“Shall Arizona Save and Preserve Her Heritage?,” Byron Cummings, 2 (2)5–8

Shamans, shamanism, 55(3)213–234; burials of, 63(4)340; tobacco, 64(3)330

“Shaman's Gallery: A Grand Canyon Rock Art Site, Polly Schaafsma,” 55(3)213–234

Shapiro, Jason S.: “New Light on Old Adobe: A Space Syntax Analysis of the Casa Grande,” 64(4)419–446; review of Basso, Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language among the Western Apache, 63(1)91–93

Sharlot Hall Museum: battle of Cibecue artifacts, 71(2)153, 154(table)

Sharp, Nancy D.: “Fremont and Anasazi Resource Selection: An Examination of Faunal Assemblage Variation in the Northern Southwest,” 56(1)45–65

Sharples site, 74(4)431–435

Shaul, David Leedom: “The State of the Arte: Ecclesiastical Literature on the Northern Frontier of New Spain,” 55(2)167–175

Shaul, David Leedom, and John M. Andresen: “A Case for Yuman Participation in the Hohokam Regional System,” 54(2)105–126

“The Sheep and Goat Corral: A Key Structure in Navajo Site Analysis,” Scott C. Russell and Jeffrey S. Dean, 51(1)3–18

Shell, 52(2)113–146, 53(2)181–193; from Adair Bay site, 64(2)138–143; from AZ BB:14:24, 31(3)103–204; Basketmaker II, 72(2)175, 176(fig.); beads, 43(1)19–25; Beardsley Canal site, 38(2)57–94; Buttes Dam site, 33(4)244–279; Casa Grande, 31(2)59–82, 33(2)59–82; in Coolidge area, 66(4)484; DoBell site, 39(3)35–67; Early Agricultural, 67(1)71; Early Ceramic, 62(2)125; etching, 3(3)9–12, 24(4)12–21; expeditions for, 37(2)74–83; Fortified Hill site, 4(4)213–282; frog effigies, 75(2)254; Gatlin site, 62(1)53–55; in Gila Bend area, 64(2)239; Hohokam, 64(2)207, 75(2)133(fig.), 139, 157; jewelry, 3(3)9–12; middens, 21(3-4)19–23, 28(3)28–32, 31(1)14–36, 41(2)185–194; Middle Yaqui River Valley, 72(3)339–340; prehistoric, 27(2)22–27; Puerto Peñasco, 73(3)274–275, 276(fig.); San Xavier Indian Reservation, 36(2)44–48; at Seri site, 70(4)407; Skiddy Canyon Ruin, 34(2-3)58–89; at Tinajas Altas, 66(4)501; in Tonto Basin, 62(2)125, 128, 131, 138; trade and trade routes, 41(2)137–159; Tucson vicinity, 34(2-3)199–205; Upper Tonto Basin, 34(2-3)132–175

Shellfishing: at Puerto Peñasco, 73(3)277, 279, 282–283

Shell middens: Puerto Peñasco, 73(3)263–285

“Shell Middens, Paleoecology, and Prehistory: The Case from Estero Morua, Sonora, Mexico,” John W. Foster, 41(2)185–194

Shell trumpets, 75(2)133(fig.), 157, 253–254

“Shell Work of the Prehistoric Southwest,” Paul Ezell, 3(3)9–12

Shelter Gap site, 60(4)575–618

Shepard, Anna O., 62(3)263–264; “Technology of La Plata Pottery,” 62(1)83–99

Shepherd. Maj. O. L., and Capt. I. G. Walker: The Navajo Reconnaissance: A Military Exploration of the Navajo Country in 1859 (review), 32(4)175–176

Sheridan, Thomas E.: Arizona: A History (review), 61(4)457–459; Landscapes of Fraud: Mission Tumacácori, the Baca Float, and the Betrayal of the O’odham (review), 75(1)119–124; review of Spicer, The Yaquis: A Cultural History, 46(4)283–285; “Seri Bands in Cross-Cultural Perspective,” 47(4)185–213

Sheridan, Thomas E., and Richard S. Felger: “Indian Utilization of Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) in Northwestern Mexico: The Spanish Colonial Record,” 43(2)89–92

Sherpas: festivals, 66(3)333–334

Sherwood Ranch Pueblo, 71(4)401

“The Shield Bearing Warrior in Navajo Era Rock Art,” Hugh C. Rogers, 68(3)247–269

Shields: Puebloan interpretation of, 62(4)404; Red Cliffs rock art, 65(3)256–263

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

Shiner. Joel L.: “A Room at Gila Pueblo,” 27(2)3–11

Shiprock: petrological analysis of, 62(3)271

Shonto Junction Doghouse, 59(4)455–473

“The Shonto Junction Doghouse: A Weaver's Field House in the Klethla Valley,” J. Richard Ambler, 59(4)455–473

Shonto Plateau: perforated plates from, 70(2)162



Short-Term Sedentism in the American Southwest: The Mimbres Valley Salado, Ben A. Nelson and Steven A. LeBlanc, reviewed by David E. Doyel, 53(3)287–292

Shoshone, 68(3)262

Showlow area, 23(2)19–20

Show Low Ruin: Snowflake Black–on–white from, 61(1)35

Shreve, Margaret: “Modern Papago Basketry,” 8(2)10–16

Shrine Cave, 61(2)168, 170

Shrines: at Dateland site, 64(2)154–155; O’odham, 69(1)21–22, O’odham (Piman), 75(2)268; Salt River Valley, 75(2)254

Shriver Ditch, 63(4)354

Shumla Caves: atlatls from, 64(2)190, 191, 195

Shurban site (Miami Wash) 42(1)5–16

Sierra Ancha: cliff dwellings in, 61(1)39, 40, 61(2)139; Roosevelt Red Ware from, 66(4)412, 422–438

Sierra de Kilo (Chihuahua): atlatl depictions in, 64(2)191

Sierra el Pajarito (Chihuahua): atlatl from, 64(2)190

Sidewinder Ruin: birds from, 50(2–3)111–128

Siegel, David N.: “Legislation for the Protection and Preservation of Archaeological Remains in Arizona,” 40(4)315–326

Sierra Ancha: 55(2)127–154

Sierra Gorda, 61(4)376

Sierra Madre Occidental: sites in, 70(1)7–26

Sierra Pinacate: atlatl from, 64(2)175–196; food–animal cremations, 50(4)237–249; Julian Hayden, 64(2)103, 109–113; Malpais culture in, 69(3)305–326; petroglyphs, 37(2)74–83; San Dieguito sites in, 64(2)150

The Sierra Pinacate, Julian Hayden, reviewed by Gayle Harrison Hartmann, 65(2)181–183

Signal Hill (Tucson area), 35(3)105–120, 50(2-3)95–109

Significance: cultural resource management concept, 42(2)193–202

“Significance in Archaeology,” Michael J. Moratto and Roger E. Kelly, 42(2)193–202

“Significance of Ostracode Studies in Geoarchaeology: Examples from the United States Southwest,” Manuel R. Palacios-Fest, 68(1)49–66

Signori, Aldo, and Roderick Sprague: “Inventory of Prehistoric Southwestern Copper Bells,” 28(4)1–20



Signs from the Ancestors: Zuni Cultural Symbolism and Perceptions in Rock Art, M. Jane Young, reviewed by Mary Farrell, 56(4)416–417

“Signs in Place: Native American Perspectives of the Past in the San Pedro Valley of Southeastern Arizona,” Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, 69(1)5–29

Sikyatki: Jeddito Yellow Ware from, 72(2)301–323

Sikyatki Polychrome, 72(2)301–323; dot-in-a-square in, 71(3)334

Sikyatki pottery: dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)328

Sil Nakya, 64(2)204

Silver: jewelry, 25(3)iv–22

“Silver Anniversary of The Kiva,” Bernard L. Fontana, 25(3)i–iii

Silver Creek Archaeological Project (SCAP), 71(1)59, 110

Silver Creek region: pottery from, 65(3)227, 229, 70(2)162, 71(1)101–118, 72(1)20

Silver Lake Dam (Tucson Basin), 49(2–3):225–232

Simmons, Alan H.: review of Meighan, Archaeology for Money, 54(4)420–421

Simmons, Alan H. (assembler), Prehistoric Adaptive Strategies in the Chaco Canyon Region, Northwestern New Mexico (review), 49(1-2)121–124

Simmons, Deborah L.: “Bibliography of Julian D. Hayden,” 64(2)295–298

Simmons, James W., 64(2)253

“Simulated Use of Experimental Maize Grinding Tools from Southwestern Colorado,” Mona K. Wright, 58(3)345–355

“A Sinagua Acropolis: Architectural Adaptation at New Caves, Arizona,” Kathryn A. Kamp and John C. Whittaker, 74(3)281–304

“Sinagua and Salado Similarities as Seen from the Verde Valley,” Peter J. Pilles, Jr., 42(1)113–124

Sinagua culture, 55(2)99–125, 58(2)155–175; acropolis settlement, 74(3)281–301; Angell vicinity, 34(2–3)90–102; ballcourt sites, 61(4)435; basalt cylinders, 61(2)109–118; botanical remains, 62(3)221–242; Eztagito site, 34(2-3)176–184; Red Cliffs area, 65(3)254, 256, 262–263; Salado comparisons, 42(1)113–124; textiles, 71(3)327, 357; tree-ring dates, 75(1)100–104; Upper Tonto Basin, 34(2-3)332–175; Winona vicinity, 34(2-3)90–102

“Sinagua Painted Armbands,” John C. Whittaker and Kathryn A. Kamp, 58(2)177–187

Sinaloa: cruciform objects, 32(4)150–169; Cruz de Perdon, 35(3)138–140; matachines dancers, 35(2)103–104; Mayo masks, 32(4)143–149; New World diseases in, 63(2)123; oxcarts and oxcart makers, 47(4)279–283

Singing Shelter, 64(3)386

Siphon Draw, 60(4)575–618

Siquieros, Bernard, 69(1)22

Sisneros, Juan, 61(4)381

Site clusters: Chaco-era, 69(2)171–200

Site 143 (Mariana Mesa), 61(3)266

Site 423–101, 62(3)265–267, 278

Site 481 (Mariana Mesa): Tularosa Black–on–white, 61(1)38

Site 494 (Mariana Mesa): Reserve Black-on-white at, 61(1)37

Site location variables: Utah, 39(34)289–299

Site structure: northern Rio Grande, 73(1)31–58

Site survey: Cohonina sites, 61(4)442, 444–448; Ojo Bonito Archaeological Project, 61(3)270

Sitgreaves Mountain: Cohonina settlement, 44(4)297–317; sites on, 61(4)453

Siuuhu, 63(4)340

Sivanyi: warfare against, 75(2)243–244

“Sixteen Days in Apache Pass,” Raymond A. Mulligan, 24(2)1–13



Sixteenth Century Maiolica Pottery in the Valley of Mexico, Florence C. Lister and Robert H. Lister, reviewed by Mark R. Barnes, 48(1–2) 134–136

Six-Toe Shelter, 72(2)181, 182

SJ Hamlet, 65(2)158

Skeletons: from Chaco Canyon, 68(3)226–236; in Puebloan society, 63(4)338–339; repatriation of, 68(2)123; from Zuni, 70(3)212–222

“Sketch of the ‘Sand Indians,'” Thomas Childs, as written to Henry F. Dobyns, 19(2-4)27–39

Skibo, James M.: Pottery Function: A Use-Alternative Perspective (review), 61(2)209–210

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

Skiddy Canyon Ruin, 34(2–3)58–89, 46(1–2)69–98

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

Skippy: at battle of Cibecue, 71(2)150

Skunk Springs community, 69(2)180, 194

Slaughter Ranch site, 66(4)420

Slave raiding: on Navajos, 66(2)273

Slavery: Spanish colonial era, 74(4)453–454



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