Kiva index: Volumes 1 through 75



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

“A Stockaded Basketmaker III Village at Yellow Jacket, Colorado,” Arthur H. Rohn, 40(3)113–119, 74(2)157–164

Stockades: Basketmaker III, 74(2)157–162; in northern San Juan, 66(1)152, 153, 156

Stockel, H. Henrietta: Salvation through Slavery: Chiricahua Apaches and Priests on the Spanish Colonial Frontier (review), 75(1)119–124

Stokes, Robert J.: “Dating Fill Deposits and Pithouses in the Mimbres Area through Two Ceramic Seriation Techniques: An Example from the Lake Roberts Vista Site,” 65(3)235–251

Stone, Tammy: “Kiva Diversity in the Point of Pines Region, Arizona,” 67(4)385–411; “Late Period Pithouses in the Point of Pines Region of Arizona,” 70(3)273–292; review of Kohler, Bandelier Archaeological Excavation Project: Research Design and Summer 1988 Sampling, 56(4)415–416; “Room Function and Room Suites in Late Mogollon Pueblo Sites,” 75(1)63–86; “Small Site Function and Duration of Occupation in the Hohokam Northern Periphery,” 59(1)65–82

Stone, Lyle M., and James E. Fitting: “Distance and Utility in the Distribution of Raw Materials in the Cedar Mountains of New Mexico,” 34(4)207–212

Stone artifacts: Angell vicinity, 34(2-3)90–102; AZ BB:13:14, 34(2-3)199–205; AZ BB:14:24, 31(3)103–204; Beardsley Canal site, 38(2)57–94; Burro Cienega No.9, 34(1)1–8; Buttes Dam site, 33(4)244–279; Carmen site. 33(2)60–66; Casa Grande, 31(2)59–82; Cedar Mountains, New Mexico, 34(4)207–212; Cloverdale Creek site (New Mexico), 34(1)1–8; Coahuila, Mexico, 36(4)36–41; cruciform objects. 32(4)150–169. 36(4)42–46; DoBell site, 39(1)35–67; Estagito site, 34(2–3)176–184; Fairbank vicinity, 32(1)1–24; Fairchild site, 39(2)131–169; flaking technique, 34(4)237–241; Fortified Hill site, 40(4)213–282; Four Corners region, 34(4)253–256; Gobbler Tank site, 34(2-3)58–89; Gold Gulch site. 39(2)305–129; Grasshopper, 33(2)37–53; Hardt Creek site, 39(2)171–197; Mormon Lake vicinity, 39(2)199–211; Pierce Wash Camp site. 34(2-3)109–123; Potrero Creek site, 37(1)30–52; Pueblo del Monte, 39(1)75–87; Ray vicinity, 32(4)170–174; Saguaro National Monument, 35(3)105–120

Stone Pipe site, 63(3)257, 64(3)313, 329, 343, 344, 360, 70(2)112

Stoner, Victor R.: “The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society,” 3(2)5–6; bequest for Arizona State Museum Library, 50(4)183–199; “The Discovery of Arizona,” 4(7)27–30; as first editor of The Kiva 50(4)183–199; “Original Sites of the Spanish Missions of the Santa Cruz Valley,” 2(7–8)25–32; review of Cruse, Apache Days and After, 9(2)16; “The Spanish Missions of the Santa Cruz Valley,” 1(9)1–4; (as editor) “University Ruin,” 75(2)147–152

Storage: Standing Fall House, 74(2)179–199

Storage cists: in alcoves, 61(2)129

Storerooms: at Continental site, 63(3)209



The Story of Pueblo Pottery, H. M. Wormington and Arminta Neal, reviewed by Henry F. Dobyns, 18(1–2)30–31

“Story about Spider Woman," Louisa Wade Wetherill, 12(3)39

“The Story of the First Lie,” Louisa Wade Wetherill, 12(3)36–38

Stotonic Canal (Sweetwater Ditch), 65(1)16, 19–20, 24, 25, 26

Stove Canyon phase, 67(2)392, 70(3)276, 279

Stove Canyon site, 67(2)392, 70(3)275, 278(fig.), 279

“Stratified or Egalitarian? The Sociopolitical Dynamics of Eighteenth-Century Pueblo Communities,” Tracy L. Brown, 69(3)283–304

"Stratigraphic Identification of Destructive Floods in Relict Canals: A Case Study from the Middle Gila River, Arizona,” Gary Huckleberry, 65(1)7–33

Stratigraphy: Middle Gila canals, 65(1)7–33; at Point of Pines, 65(4)319–336; at Zuni Pueblo, 61(3)225–238

Stream flow: reconstructing, 67(4)364, 367–368

Street, David J.: “How Fast Is a Kiva? The Dendroarchaeology of Long House, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado,” 67(2)137–165

Strombus trumpets, 75(2)133(fig.), 157

“Structural Analysis of Three Rivers Redware Designs,” Joe D. Stewart, 49(1–2)39–65

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

Stuart, David R.: “Recording Southwestern Rock Art Sites,” 43(3–4)183–199

Stucco-coated plain ware: 53(3)273–285

Stuck, Isaac, 62(4)358–359, 360

“A Study in Sourcing Hohokam Basalt Ground Stone Implements,” Todd W. Bostwick and James H. Burton, 58(3)357–372

“A Study of Bone Artifacts from Grasshopper Pueblo, AZ P:14:1,” Sandra L. Olsen, 44(4)341–373

“A Study of Chinese Ceramics Excavated in Tucson,” John W. Olsen, 44(1)1–50

“A Study of the Human Remains from the T-Site, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico,” Norman C. Sullivan and M. Anne Katzenberg, 48(l-2)99–108

“A Study of the Site Specific Distribution of Agave parryi in East Central Arizona,” Paul E. Minnis and Stephen E. Plog, 41(3-4)299–308

Stylistic Variation in Prehistoric Ceramics, Stephen Plog, reviewed by Dorothy K. Washburn and Richard V. N. Ahlstrom, 48(1-2)117–123

Sub-Mogollon Rim: Apache archaeology, 75(1)33–62

Subsistence: bioarchaeology of, 68(2)103–117; Early Agricultural, 67(1)71–73; at El Zurdo site, 62(2)167–168; Jornada Mogollon, 74(1)7–29; at Lizard Man Village, 62(3)228–242; Pajarito Plateau, 73(2)155–170; Paleoarchaic and Archaic, 75(4)426–427; Pueblo Grande de Nevada, 75(4)414–418; small seed processing, 75(4)425–442; in southwestern Arizona, 66(4)508–511; in Tonto Basin, 62(2)124–125, 127, 130, 132, 137–138; Virgin Anasazi, 64(4)495–508

Subsistence patterns: Archaic, 42(3-4)285–299, 44(2-3)219–235; Arikara, 44(2-3)191–218; Black Mesa, 48(1-2)39–61; Cimarron District, 42(3-4)257–269; Coconino Plateau, 44(4)297–317; Dead Valley, 46(3)143–153; domestic animals, 41(2)201–206; Gallina phase, 41(3-4)309–317; Hohokam, 44(2-3)101–111, 56(3) entire issue; Mesa Verde, 44(2–3)133–144, 257–281; Navajo, 48(4)279–306 44(1)65–75; Paleoindian, 42(3-4)285–299; Patayan, 43(1)49–82; Pima, 43(2-3)173–190; Pinacateño Band, 50(4)237–249; shellfish, 41(2)185–194; Tarahumara, 44(2-3)237–256; Tohono O’odham (Papago), 42(3-4)233–256, 44(2-3)173–190

Sudden Shelter, 49(1-2)67–73; Early Archaic clay objects from, 61(4)410; small seed processing, 75(4)431, 433

Sullivan, Alan P., III: “Mogollon Agrarian Ecology,” 48(1-2)1–15; “Problems in the Estimation of Original Room Function: A Tentative Solution from the Grasshopper Ruin,” 40(1-2)93–100; review of Lipe and Hegmon, The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos, 57(3)271–276

Sullivan, Alan P., III, and James M. Bayman: Homelands and Regional Dynamics in the Ancient Southwest (review), 73(4)457–459

Sullivan, Alan P., III, Matthew E. Becher, and Christian E. Downum: “Tusayan White Ware Chronology: New Archaeological and Dendrochronological Evidence,” 61(2)175–188

Sullivan, Alan P., and Jeffrey L. Hantman (editors): Regional Analysis of Prehistoric Ceramic Variation: Contemporary Studies of the Cibola Whitewares, (review), 51(2)138–139

Sullivan, Jeremiah: Hopi ethnology by, 69(4)407–409, 412–413, 415–416

Sullivan, John, 71(2)146

Sullivan, Norman. C., and Deborah Berg: “Faunal Remains at the Kartchner Site,” 49(1–2)105–110

Sullivan, Norman C., and M. Anne Katzenberg: “A Study of the Human Remains from the T–Site, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico,” 48(l-2)99–108

Sulphur Springs stage, 63(1)75–76, 78, 79, 64(2)115–133, 150; Whitewater Draw, 49(3-4)133–145

“The Sulphur Spring State of the Cochise Culture and Its Place in Southwestern Prehistory,” Michael R. Waters, 64(2)115–135

Sulphur Springs Valley, 2(4)13–16, 42(2)209–213, 49(3–4)133–145, 75(2)134; Cummings excavations in, 65(2)125–140; Maverick Mountain Series, 72(1)23; Roosevelt Red ware from, 66(4)419–420, 422–438

Sumas, 62(2)167

“A Summary of Conclusions and Recommendations of the Tumamoc Hill Survey,” David R. Wilcox, Stephen Larson, W. Bruce Masse, Gayle H. Hartmann and Alan Ferg, 45(1-2)189–195

“Summary of Conference Discussion,” in The 1976 Salado Conference,” David E. Doyel and Emil W. Haury, 42(1)127–134

A Summary of Tree–Ring Dates from Some Southwestern Archaeological Sites, Terah L. Smiley, reviewed by Henry F. Dobyns, 18(1–2)31–32

“Summer Activities at Point of Pines,” Emil W. Haury, 12(1)3–5

Sunflower Canal, 63(4)355

Suñi, Juan: 1659 trial of, 74(4)447–459

Sun Point Pueblo, 75(3)355

Sunset Camp, see Hotunilcat

Sunset Canal, 63(4)354

Sunset Lime Kiln, 71(2)195, 198

Sun Temple (Mesa Verde), 61(3)246, 74(2)252; solstice misalignment, 42(3-4)281–284

Superstition Freeway site, 47(1-2)1–90

“A Supplement to ‘A High Status Burial from Grasshopper Ruin, Arizona,’” Jeffrey L. Brown, 35(2)87–90

“A Supposed Franciscan Exploration of Arizona in 1538: The Origins of a Myth," Michel Nallino, Michel and William K. Hartmann, 68(4)283–303

“Surface Archaeology of the Red Knobs Site, a Southeastern Utah Great House,” James R. Allison, 69(4)339–360

“Surveying Cerro de Moctezuma, Chihuahua, Mexico,” Todd A. Pitezel, 72(3)353–369

“A Survey of Archaeological Sites near Guaymas, Sonora,” Thomas Bowen, 31(1)14–36

“A Survey of Archaeological Sites in the Altar Valley, Sonora,” Thomas B. Hinton, 21(1-2)1–12

“Survey of Southwestern Prehistory,” Gordon C. Baldwin, 6(8)29–32

“A Survey of the Homol'ovi Ruins State Park,” Richard C. Lange, 54(3)195–216

“A Survey of Typical Antelope House Quids,” Jeffrey Zauderer, 41(1)65–70

Surveyors Canyon site, 66(4)506, 511

Surveys: of Chacoan roads, 63(1)8–9; Homolovi Ruins State Park, 54(3)195–216; Mesa Verde region, 66(1)207–208; San Bernardino Valley, Arizona, 53(1)35–51; Sonora, 21(1-2)1–12, 31(1)14–36

“The Survival of Archaic Technology in an Agricultural World: How the Atlatl and Dart Endured in the North American Southwest,” Todd L. Vanpool, 71(4)429–452

Sus Picnic Area (Saguaro National Park), 35(3)105–120, 50(2–3)95–109

SU site: bioarchaeology of, 68(2)103–117

Swarts Ruin, 61(1)10, 63(4)381–383, 65(2)155, 74(2)135; physical anthropology, 6(3)9–12

Swartz, B. K., Jr.: “Evidence f or the Indian Occupation of Santa Barbara Island,” 26(1)7–9; “An Occurrence of a Three-Quarter Grooved Stone Ax from Oregon,” 29(2)58–59

Sweetwater, 75(2)246

Sweetwater phase, 70(2)97–116

Swidden agriculture: Mesa Verde area, 44(2–3)133–144

Sycamore Point Ballcourt site, 61(4)435, 448–449, 452

Symbolism: of Chaco road system, 63(1)50–51, 53–54

Symmetry analysis: Basketmaker ceramics and basketry, 71(3)235–261; Hohokam Pioneer period pottery designs. 45(3)211–225; of Mogollon Red-on-brown, 62(2)196–200

“Symmetry and Color Perspectives on Basketmaker Cultural Identities: Evidence from Designs on Coiled Baskets and Ceramics,” Dorothy K. Washburn and Laurie D. Webster, 71(3)235–264

“Symmetry and Contemporary Hopi Art,” Bert Zaslow, 51(4)233–253

“Synopsis of ‘Excavations at Snaketown,’ Volume I,” Clara Lee Tanner, 4(8)31–34

“A Synopsis of Paleo-Indian Archaeology in Mexico,” M. Guadalupe Sanchez, 67(2)119–136

Szuter, Christine R.: “Hunting by Hohokam Desert Farmers,” 56(3)277–291
TAAS, see Tinajas Altas Archaeological Survey

Tabeguache Cave I, 72(2)178–179, 180

Tabira Black-on-white, 50(1)41–54

Table Rock Pueblo: ceramics, 74(2)132

“Ta-e-wun A Colonial Period Hohokam Campsite in East-Central Arizona,” Ric Windmiller. 38(1)1–26

Tafoya, Juan de, 69(3)297

Tainter, Joseph A.: review of Hayes, Brugge, and Judge, Archaeological Surveys of Chaco Canyon, 56(2)183–186

Tales, see Legends

Talgo, Rosalie, 69(1)15

Talking Rocks, 68(3)259

Tallahogan phase, 62(4)333

Talus Unit (Chaco): roads, 63(1)15, 29

Talus Village (Colorado), 72(2)153, 173, 252: bone disks from, 68(4)309, 311, 315–317

Tamaulipas: Paleoindians sites in, 67(2)129

Tank Mesa Road, 70(2)127

“Tank Mountains Obsidian: A Newly Discovered Archaeological Obsidian Source in East-central Yuma County, Arizona,” M. Steven Shackley, 57(1)17–25

Tanner, Clara Lee: annotated bibliography for, 64(1)61–87; “Arizona Indians,” 15(1-4)1–16; “Arizona State Museum: Activities,” 7(7-8)30–31; “Basketry of the Modern Southwest Indians,” 9(3)18–26; “Bernice Johnston 1914–1971,” 37(3)158–159; “Blackstone Ruin,” 2(3)9–12; “Byron Cummings, 1860–1954,” 90(1)1–20; “Contemporary Southwest Indian Silver,” 25 (3)iv–22; “Indians in the War Effort,” 8(3)22–24; “Life Forms in Prehistoric Pottery of the Southwest,” 8(4)26–32; “Mu Alpha Nu,” 3(2)6–8; obituary for, 64(1)53–59; “Papago Burden Baskets in the Arizona State Museum,” 30(3)57–76; “Petroglyphs in the Southwest,” 3(4)13–16; “Pottery of the Modern Southwestern Indians,” 10(1)3–12; review of Velarde, Old Father the Story Teller, 26(4)47–48; review of Haury, Painted Cave of Northeastern Arizona, 11(2)23–24; review of Wormington, Prehistoric Indians of the Southwest, 13(2)24; “Sandpaintings of the Indians of the Southwest,” 13 (3–4)26–36; “Southwestern Indian Gold Jewelry,” 50(4)201–218; “Southwestern Indian Watercolors,” 20 (2-3)11–14; Southwest Indian Painting (review), 23(3)17; “Synopsis of Excavations at Snaketown,” vol. 1, 4(8)31–34

Tano, 62(4)380, 69(3)247, 296, 73(2)206

Tanque Verde Guest Ranch: lime use, 71(2)192

Tanque Verde phase, 31(3)103–204; cerros de trincheras, 75(2)265–269; in San Pedro Valley, 75(2)221–222; tree–ring dates for, 62(1)15–19

Tanque Verde Red-on-brown: at Jackrabbit Ruin, 75(2)155

Tanque Verde Ruin, 1(4)1–4, 31(3)103–204, 35(3)105–120, 49(3–4)167–194; tree–ring samples from, 62(1)10

“Tanque Verde Ruins,” Clara Lee Frapps, 1(4)1–4

Tanque Verde Wash site, 53(3)273–285

Taos, 62(4)376, 380, 64(4)451, 65(4)387, 69(3)290, 294; micaceous ceramics, 73(2)231

Taos District: 51(3)143–164

Taos Plateau Volcanic Field, 71(1)28

Tapacito Ruin, 57(4)315–329, 62(4)380, 73(2)206

Tapio del Cerreto, 66(4)415

Tarahumara, 61(3)276, 62(2)167, 62(4)403, 64(2)188–189, 64(3)330; 50(2–3)129–138; gaming pieces, 73(3)247–258; mustard, 44(2–3)237–256; textiles, 71(3)352, 353

"Tarahumara Ritual Aesthetic Manifestations,” Raul A. Lopez, 37(4)207–223

Taraises, Río: sites along, 70(1)7–26

Tardio period, 62(2)152

Task groups: Late Archaic and Red Mountain phase, 67(1)81–103

Tator Hills site, 73(3)336

Taylor, Mt.: Chacoan alignments, 68(1)33–34; obsidian from, 71(1)13, 18–29

Taylor Grazing Act (TGA), 61(2)137–138, 63(4)366

Taylor Springs site cluster, 69(2)195

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

Teague, Lynn S.: “Cynthia Irwin-Williams,” 56(1)87–91; “The Fabric of Their Lives,” 71(3)349–366; “Prehistory and the Traditions of the O'odham and Hopi,” 58(4)435–454, 75(2)239– 259; review of Klesert and Downer, Preservation on the Reservation: Native Americans, Native American Lands and Archaeology, 59(1)88–89; “Yvonne Gretel Stewart: 1935–1992,” 57(4)371–372 ; Textiles in Southwestern Prehistory (review), 65(4)402–403

“A Technique for Flaking Projectile Points,” Gordon G. Pond, 34(4)237–241

“A Technological Analysis of Projectile Points from a Burial, Amargosa Desert, Nevada,” Guy R. Muto, Peter J. Mehringer, Jr., and Claude N. Warren, 41(3–4)267–276

“Technological Development of Manos and Metates on the Hopi Mesas,” Jenny L. Adams, 58(3)331–344

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

“Technology, Performance, and Intended Use: Glaze Ware Jars in the Pueblo IV Rio Grande,” Matthew A. Chamberlin, 67(3)269–296

Tedlock, Dennis, “The Boy and the Deer: A Zuni Tale,” 33(2)67–79

Teec Nos Pos, 54(2)147–152; evidence of violence at, 66(1)154; great house at, 69(2)191

“Teec Nos Pos: More Possible Cannibalism in Northeastern Arizona,” Christy G. Turner, II, 54(2)147–152

Tehuantepec: dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)324

Tellas, Dionicio, 71(2)192

Tellez, Juan, 69(3)287–288

Tello, Juan de, 68(4)294, 298–299

Tempe Butte, 68(3)204

Temper: Bluff Black-on-red, 66(4)447–462; Hohokam plain ware, 63(2)159–171; from Chuska Mountains, 62(3)261–280; Mesa Verde ceramics, 63(3)217–238

“Temperature Variability and the Northern Anasazi: Possible Implications for Regional Abandonment,” Matthew W. Salzer, 65(4)295–318

“The Temporal Sensitivity of Casas Grandes Polychrome Ceramics,” Gordon F. M. Rakita and Gerry R. Raymond, 68(3)153–184

“Temporal Variation among White Mountain Redware Design Styles,” Michael W. Graves, 50(1)3–24

Ten January Cave: atlatl from, 64(2)175–196

Tenochtitlan: Coronado expedition, 71(2)205

Teotihuacan, 62(4)403, 411, 412, 414

Tepecano Indians, 27(4)24–27

“Tepecano House Types,” J. A. Jones, 27(4)24–27

Tepexpan Hospital site: mammoth from, 67(2)126, 129

Terán de los Rios, Domingo, 50(2-3)153–159

Terminal Classic Mimbres, 65(2)146, 154– 155, 156–157, 70(4)378

Terrace Garden site, 68(3)204, 215

Terraces: Sonoran, 70(1)11, 12–13

Tessay, Abner, 71(2)147

“A Test Concerning Artificial Cranial Deformation and Status from the Grasshopper Site, East-Central Arizona,” E. Steve Cassells, 37(2)84–92

“A Test of Mean Ceramic Dating Using Well-dated Kayenta Anasazi Sites,” Andrew L. Christenson, 59(3)297–317

Tesuque, 69(3)295–296, 297, 73(2)179

Tewa, 62(4)376; abandonment stories of, 69(2)256–257; cardinal directions to, 68(1)44, 45; death tales of, 63(4)338; late pre-Columbian settlement, 73(2)173–189; micaceous ceramics, 73(2)231, 232; and Pajarito Plateau, 65(3)197–209; and Pueblo Revolt, 73(2)203–204, 205; during Spanish colonial period, 69(3)295–296, 297–298

Tewa Basin: late pre-Columbian settlement, 73(2)173–189

Texas: atlatls and darts from, 64(2)189–190, 71(4)432; Jornada Mogollon in, 74(1)7–29; Lower Pecos River rock art, 62(4)412–413; Manso occupation in, 74(3)337–349; protohistoric period in, 74(3)337–349; Sayles’ survey of, 63(1)72–73, 75; Spanish Missions in, 32(3)73–95. See also Jornada Mogollon

Texas Archaeological and Paleontological Society, 63(1)71

Texas Archaeological Research Laboratory, 63(1)73

Texas Canyon, 36(3)20–52, 42(34)317–329

Texas Hill Site, 22(2–3)1–13

Texcoco, Lake: Paleoindian sites at, 67(2)126

Textiles 1(1)3, 59(1)49–64, 60(2)313–327; archaeological and ethnographic traditions of, 71(3)349–364; Basketmaker sandals, 75(3)327–347; Hopi Snake Dance kilt, 45(4)301–315; modern Pueblo, 10(2)14–20; Navajo, 55(4)357–372; prehistoric, 4(4)15–18, 5(4)13–16, 10(2)14–20; Tarahumara, 50(2-3)129–138; tie-dye and dot-in-a-square motifs in, 71(3)317–341



Textiles in Southwestern Prehistory, Lynn S. Teague, reviewed by Marian Rodee, 65(4)402–403

Textured plainwares: from southwestern New Mexico, 61(3)287

Teya, 63(2)114

TGA, see Taylor Grazing Act

Thief site: perforated plate from, 72(1)18

Thiel, J. Homer: review of Rogge et al., Raising Arizona’s Dams, 61(4)460–461

Thimble: prehistoric, 33(2)80–81

Thinking about Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge, Thomas F. King, reviewed by Kurt E. Dongoske, 69(4)433–435

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

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

Thompson, Nick: on battle of Cibecue, 71(2)142, 146, 147, 148

Thompson, Raymond H.: “Archaeological Innocence at Pecos in 1917–1918,” 68(2)123–127; “A. V. Kidder and the Andover Town Dump,” 68(2)129–133; obituary for Julian Hayden, 64(2)289–293; obituary for Samuel Watson Smith, 61(3)316–327; obituary for Clara Lee Tanner, 64(1)53–59; “A Sequence of Interbedded Cultural and Natural Deposits at Point of Pines, Arizona,” 65(4)319–340

Thompson, Raymond H. and William A. Longacre: “The University of Arizona Archaeological Field School at Grasshopper, East Central Arizona,” 31(4)255–275

Thompson, Rose: on battle of Cibecue, 71(2)142, 146, 150

Thompson, Sharon, 71(2)142

Three Circle phase, 65(3)243–244; architecture, 74(2)132–133

Three Circle Red-on-white, 61(1)10, 62(2)186, 65(3)243–247

Three Circle site: Mogollon Red-on-brown from, 62(2)189, 191, 192, 196, 199

Three Fir Shelter, 72(2)182–183; cordage from, 71(3)282–293

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

Three Rivers Red-on-terra-cotta, 49(1–2)39–65

Three Rivers Redware, 49(1–2)39–65

Throckmorton, John T., 64(2)215

“Through A Mother's Eyes: A Conversation with Doña Paulita,” William F. Price, 60(1)131–48

Thunder Ridge, 69(2)191, 194

Tla Kii Pueblo, 7(5-6)17–24, 34(2-3)58–89

Tiburón, Isla, 70(4)399

Tiburón Plain, 70(4)402–404

Tidwell Canal, 63(4)355

Tie-dye: as decorative motif, 71(3)317–341

Tiffany, Joseph C., 71(2)141, 143

“The Tigua Settlement of Ysleta Del Sur,” Nicholas P. Houser, 36(2)23–39

Tijeras Canyon: Analyses of the Past, edited by Linda S. Cordell, reviewed by David E. Brugge, 46(l-2)201–203

Tikal, 62(4)413

Tillman, Samuel E., 61(2)134

Timber cutting: Chaco system, 63(1)45–46, 64(1)7–23



Time, Space, and Transition in Anasazi Prehistory, Michael S. Berry, reviewed by Cynthia Irwin-Williams, 51(1)44-48

Timmerman site, 50(2–3)95–109

Timmy site, 31(2)83–87

Tinaja Canyon site (Baca Float), 43(2)93–110, 47(3)151–161

Tinaja de los Chivos: food-animal cremations, 50(4)237–249

Tinaja del Cuervo: food-animal cremations, 50(4)237–249

Tinaja del Huarache: bighorn sheep skull, 50(4)237–249

Tinaja del Indio, 50(4)237–249

Tinaja del Ojo: food animal offerings at, 50(4)237–249

Tinaja del Tule: food animal offerings at, 50(4)237–249

Tinajas, 69(3)324

Tinajas Altas, 66(4)489–514

Tinajas Altas Archaeological Survey (TAAS), 66(4)489–514, 69(3)321

Tin Horn Wash site, 42(1)5–16, 66(4)417

Tipps, Betsy L.: review of Geib, Glen Canyon Revisited, 62(4)421–425

“The Tiruta: An Archaic Type of Tarahumara Blanket,” Eugene H. Boudreau, 50(2-3)129–138

Tiwa pueblos, 69(3)298; Apache raiding of, 62(4)375; cotton growing, 71(1)11; micaceous ceramics from, 73(2)232; rock art motifs, 71(3)335, 337

Tizon Brown Ware, 43(1)49–82

Tla Kii, 69(2)195; ceramics from, 46(1-2)69–98, 61(1)35, 36, 71(1)57–75

Tlapacoya: Paleoindian sites in, 67(2)130

Tlatelolco: Coronado expedition, 71(2)205

Tobacco, 64(3)329–330, 70(4)401

Tohatchi Flats, 69(2)192

Tohatchi Red-on-brown, 67(1)44, 46

Tohlakai, 69(2)192, 193

Tohono O’odham (Papago), 61(4)381, 62(3)247, 63(4)340, 64(3)329, 66(4)510, 70(2)154; acculturation of, 27(4)1–9; animals and, 66(2)242–243; as archaeologists, 64(2)201–208; archaeology of, 19(2-4)1–26, 30(4)95–146; on ballcourts, 75(2)134; barbecue, 36(1)11–13; basketry, 8(2)10–16, 30(3)57–76, 38(3-4)141–172; bow and arrow use, 71(4)445; burial customs, 32(4)128–142, 33(1)36, 36(2)44–48; 37(2)104–113; Castle Mountains ceremonial cave, 43(1)31–35; ceremonies of, 8(1)3–5; diseases, 63(2)123–124; ethnographies of, 3(6)23, 15(1-4)13–14; fiestas of, 18 (1-2)1–7; food animal cremations, 50(4)237–249; funeral customs, 37(2)104–113; Hi:a Ced (Sand Papago), 19(2-4)1–26, 19(2-4)27–39; history of, 19(1)1–12; and Hohokam, 75(2)242–247; jewelry of, 1(3)4; at Magdalena Fiesta, 16(1-2)27–32; 33(2)82–83; miniature pottery cache, 32(4)128–142, 33(1)36; physical anthropology of, 4(6)23–26; plant use, 34(4)242–245, 35(1)1–10, 43(2-3)173–190; Quijotoa Valley, 43(1)1–10; Quitobaquito, 34(4)213–218, 47(4)215–237; red and yellow ochre, 36(3)1–10; Saguaro National Monument, 35(3)105–120; salt expeditions, 37(2)74–83; in San Pedro Valley, 69(1)5–24; Santa Rosa Wash area, 42(3-4)233–256; at San Xavier, 36(1)11–13; 36(2)44–48; settlement patterns, 27(4)1–9; shrines, 32(4)128–142, 33(1)36; Tinajas Altas, 66(4)512–513; Vikita ceremony, 33(I)1–14, 36(4)1–29, 75(2)172–177; warfare, 23(1)11–12



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