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Publications

Old Pueblo Archaeology Center’s publications Technical Reports, Special Publications, Letter Reports, and the Old Pueblo Archaeology bulletin. Old Pueblo also offers some books by other publishers for sale – See the order form in the Old Pueblo Archaeology Center PUBLICATIONS listings.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

Old Pueblo Archaeology Center produces scientific publications about its archaeological excavations, testing projects, and larger cultural resources surveys. Each technical report still in print is either a perfectbound book or a booklet with card stock covers. Electronic copies of some of the out-of-print reports can be provided upon request for a small fee. Old Pueblo can scan out-of-print reports that have not yet been digitized to Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format upon request, for a $25 fee (the cost of an Old Pueblo Archaeology Center “Friend” membership). For a list of our technical reports see Old Pueblo Archaeology Center PUBLICATIONS.

SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS

Old Pueblo’s Special Publications are books or booklets, generally perfect-bound or hardcover, about specific topics in Southwestern archaeology and anthropology. Most of them are written in nontechnical style for the enjoyment of general audiences. For a list of titles see Old Pueblo Archaeology Center PUBLICATIONS.

LETTER REPORTS

The Letter Reports provide information about Old Pueblo Archaeology Center’s consulting programs involving archaeological surveys in which few or no archaeological sites were located, excavations at sites eventually interpreted as insignificant according to criteria for determining whether historic properties are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, or assessments of research programs conducted by other organizations. Each Letter Report is produced by photocopying and is staple-bound on plain bond paper. Because some Letter Reports contain proprietary or sensitive information, permission for copies of a Letter Report must be requested in writing to Old Pueblo Archaeology Center and release of the information may require permission from an Old Pueblo client or government agency, so each request is reviewed individually. Electronic copies of most of the Letter Reports can be provided in pdf format.

OLD PUEBLO ARCHAEOLOGY BULLETIN

The Old Pueblo Archaeology bulletin is a full-color electronic-format (pdf) quarterly newsletter that usually runs at least 12 pages long. In addition to providing news about archaeology, history, and culture-related programs offered by Old Pueblo Archaeology Center and other organizations, each issue normally includes one primary feature article that deals with a particular theme, and one or more secondary feature articles. Each bulletin is written in a nontechnical format and includes ample illustrations. For a list of articles that have been included in all bulletins visit the Old Pueblo Archaeology Center PUBLICATIONS listings.

The current bulletin issue is available only to current Old Pueblo Archaeology Center members and subscribers.

Previously published issues of Old Pueblo Archaeology are available by clicking on the appropriate links below.

Issue 1 – June 1995 – Sabino Canyon Ruin
Issue 2 – September 1995 – Sabino Canyon Ruin Ancient Recent Finds
Issue 3 – January 1996 – Archaeology Opportunities Museum Fees
Issue 4 – March 1996 Future of Our Past
Issue 5 – June 1996 – Sabino Canyon Ruin Excavation Opportunities, First Excavation
Issue 6 – September 1996 – Is that a Footprint, Vactor Ranch
Issue 7 – December 1996 – Sabino Canyon Ruin Archaeological Survey
Issue 8 – March 1997 – Hohokam Mother-and-Child Effigy Vessels
Issue 9 – June 1997 – Hohokam and History at Civano
Issue 10 – September 1997- Q-Ranch Finds, Sabino Canyon Ruin Archaeoastronomy
Issue 11 – December 1997 – Volunteer-Assisted Excavations
Issue 12 – March 1998 – March is Archaeology Month
Issue 13 – June 1998 – Torres Blancas Village
Issue 14 – September 1998 – State & Local CRM Laws
Issue 15 – December 1998 – Torres Blancas Village
Issue 16 – March 1999 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Corn, Canals, Clay
Issue 17 – June 1999 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Stone Tools
Issue 18 – September 1999 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Use of Seashells
Issue 19 – December 1999 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Personal Ornamentation
Issue 20 – March 2000 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Textiles
Issue 21 – June 2000 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Ancient Engineers-Canals
Issue 22 – September 2000 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-Rock Art
Issue 23 – December 2000 – Hohokam Arts & Culture-A Peregrine View
Issue 24 – March 2001 – High Archaeological Site Sensitivity Areas
Issue 25 – June 2001 – Forum-Traditional Arts & Crafts
Issue 26 – September 2001 – Yuma Wash Archaeological Process, Starting New, Finishing Old
Issue 27 – December 2001 – Sabino Canyon Ruin Ancient Plants
Issue 28 – March 2002 – Camp Geronimo Site
Issue 29 – June 2002 – Binghampton Mormon Settlement
Issue 30 – September 2002 – Marana Public Research Program
Issue 31 – December 2002 – Whiptail Ruin
Issue 32 – March 2003 – Three Plants for Three Cultures
Issue 33 – June 2003 – Tucson Presidio
Issue 34 – September 2003 – Marana Mound
Issue 35 – December 2003 – How & Why Archaeologists Type Things
Issue 36 – March 2004 – Old Pueblo’s Move to Marana
Issue 37 – June 2004 – Public Programs at Pueblo Grande Museum
Issue 38 – September 2004 – Archaeological Conservancy & Torres Blancas Village
Issue 39 – December 2004 – Rock Art Why is it so Popular
Issue 40 – March 2005 – Chihuahua Mexico at AD 1000
Issue 41 – June 2005 – Yuma Wash Site
Issue 42 – September 2005 – Seven Cities of Cibola Tour
Issue 43 – December 2005 – Q-Ranch, Ward Homestead
Issue 44 – March 2006 – Perforated Plates, Migration, Roosevelt Redware
Issue 45 – June 2006 – Yuma Wash Site Households
Issue 46 – September 2006 – Los Morteros
Issue 47 – December 2006 – Coronado’s Route
Issue 48 – March 2007 – Vista del Rio
Issue 49 – June 2007 – CNN Camp Bell Site
Issue 50 – September 2007 – What Do We Do with Ancestors
Issue 51 – December 2007 – Archaeological Perspective on Hohokam-Pima Continuum
Issue 51 – MISSING TEXT of Archaeological Perspective on Hohokam-Pima Continuum
Issue 52 – March 2008 – Tougher than Tombstone
Issue 53 – June 2008 – OPAB Going Digital – Warriors, Campfires, & a Big Stick
Issue 54 – September 2008 – Archaeology on the Border (Upper San Pedro Village)
Issue 55 – December 2008 – Aftermath of Ancestral Puebloan Migration
Issue 56 – March 2009 – Old Pueblo’s new facility at TUSD Ajo Service Center
Issue 57 & 58 – June 2009 – Marana Gin Resized
Issue 59 – September 2009 – Whiptail Ruin Revisited
Issue 60 – December 2009 – Tribal Perspectives on the Hohokam
Issue 61 – March 2010 – Every Time We Put a Shovel in the Ground We Hit the Tortolita Phase
Issue 62 – June 2010 – A Visit to the Mimbres Country
Issue 63 – September 2010 – Reflections on Historic Preservation Practices in UK & US
Issue 64 – December 2010 – The Battle of Santa Cruz De Gaybanipitea
Issue 65 – March 2011 -Skeletons of War – Migration and Violence in the Northern Southwest
Issue 66 – June 2011 – Advances in the Use of Ground-Penetrating Radar
Issue 67 – September 2011 – Dating the Sobaípuri: A Case Study in Chronology & Interpretation
Issue 68 – June 2014 (for Dec 2011 member year) – The Continental Site Revisited
Issue 69 – August 2014 (for Mar 2012 member year) – White Tank Mountain Regional Park Petroglyphs
Issue 70 – October 2014 (for June 2012 member year) – Were There Any Well-Known Hohokam Indians?
Issue 71 – December 2014 (for Sep 2012 member year) – The Importance of Water and Arizona’s Spanish and Mexican Land Grants to Archaeologists
Issue 72 – January 2015 (for Dec 2012 member year) – Searching for Geronimo: My Journeys with the Chiricahua Apache
Issue 73 – February 2015 (Issue 1 for 2013 member year) – Natural History, Archaeology, and Cultures of Southern Arizona’s Ironwood Forest

Issue 74 File 1 – April 2015 (Issue 2 for 2013 member year) – Archaeological Investigations in the Rio Sahuaripa Region of Eastern Sonora, Mexico

Issue 74 File 2 – Supplement to Archaeological Investigations in the Rio Sahuaripa Region of Eastern Sonora, Mexico

Issue 75 – April 2015 (Issue 3 for 2013 member year) – Archaeology’s Deep Time Perspective on Environment and Social Sustainability

Issue 76 – April 2016 (Issue 4 for 2013 member year) – Solar-Petroglyph Interaction as Cultural Narrative at Casa Malpais, Arizona

Issue 77 – August 2016 (Issue 1 for 2014 member year) – A Reorientation in Understanding Hohokam Rock Art

 

 

 

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