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OLD PUEBLO ARCHAEOLOGY BULLETIN ARTICLE ON GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR

The latest issue of the Old Pueblo Archaeology quarterly bulletin features an article titled “Advances in the Use of Ground-Penetrating Radar at Archaeological Sites in Southern Arizona” by archaeologist Dr. Lawrence B. “Larry” Conyers, a University of Denver Department of Anthropology professor who has pioneered in archaeological explorations using the sophisticated ground-penetrating radar, or “GPR,” Read more…

UPDATE ON 1995-2001 SABINO CANYON RUIN EXCAVATIONS

From 1995-2001 Old Pueblo operated its first public archaeological field school education and research program at the Sabino Canyon Ruin northeast of Tucson, in cooperation with the Fenster School of Southern Arizona, which owns part of that site. Previous digs at the ruin established that it was a large settlement occupied by Hohokam Indians between Read more…

COX CHARITIES GRANT TO OLD PUEBLO

In December 2012 Cox Charities, the philanthropic organization associated with Cox Communications, provided Old Pueblo Archaeology Center with $1,500 contribution through the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. This gift will be used to provide classroom scholarships for children from low-income families to participate in field trips to Old Pueblo’s Old Pueblo’s OPEN3 (Old Read more…

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