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Despite changes in settlement through time it appears that certain field areas containing field houses were consistently maintained, implying some concept of proprietary ownership (although not necessarily private property rights).The talk was followed by an interesting Q & A session.
Their monthly meeting is on Saturday, June 18 at 10 am. The men who explored Arizona are legends in the history of the region and of anthropology, but what about the women who accompanied them or explored by themselves?Did you know that Matilda Coxe Stevenson was a member of the first official government survey of Canyon de Chelly?Or that Emma Mindeleff surveyed ruins in the Verde Valley, while Theresa Russell helped her husband locate Hohokam sites?Probably not, for none are listed in “official” histories.Learn about the hidden pioneer archaeologists of the 19th century and honor Arizona’s unsung heroines of science.
For over 40 years she has worked with Native Arizona Nations documenting histories and working with artists and oral historians.
She has also worked extensively to document how anthropologists have affected Indian cultures through collecting and displaying art at world fairs.
She is the co-author of meeting, Mark Hackbarth and Chris Garraty from Logan-Simpson Design, gave us an excellent review of the previous research at La Ciudad and explained how their excavations in the Frank Luke addition extended our view of land use on the periphery of a large platform-mound site.
Afterwards we hope to tour the Goat Camp Ruin, which they are currently excavating.
We plan to stay overnight in Payson and visit the Shoofly site, a short distance northeast of Payson, and the Tonto Natural Bridge, also just outside Payson, on Sunday.
If anyone is interested, please contact Ellie Large at [email protected] 480-461-0563 (please leave a message if I miss your call)The Phoenix Chapter usually meets at 7 pm on the 2nd Thursday of each month in the Community Room at the Pueblo Grande Museum, 4619 E. We take the speaker to dinner at pm at the Ruby Tuesday Restaurant on 44th Street and Washington just northwest of the museum.