The
Classic
Period
Hohokam


With Reference
to the Sinagua,
Salado, and
Prescott Branches


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Title page

Table of Contents

Illustrations

1999 Foreword

Introduction

The Salado Theory

The Salado Branch

The Prescott Branch

The Sinagua Branch

Comparison: Prescott, Salado and Sinagua

The Hohokam

Summary

Appendix A:
A Probable Prescott Branch Site on the Lower Agua Fria River


Appendix B:
Some Problems Presented In This Paper


Bibliography A

Bibliography B

1999 Annotations

1999 Bibliography



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The Classic Period Hohokam, With References to the Sinagua, Salado and Prescott Branches, 1969

Listed in descending order of usefulness, these three pages I believe are the best pages
of the paper:

The Classic Period Hohokam, for 1969 probably the most thought provoking pages in the report.

Appendix A, the Calderwood Site on the lower Agua Fria River. Prior to the publication of this page, there had been no published descriptions.

The Sinagua, little original thought, good quotes from Harold S. Colton's The Sinagua


Table of Contents

Title page A rendition of the original 1969 typed title page.
Illustrations Illustrations
1999 Foreword Reflections and introductory material.
1969 Introduction The original introduction to the 1969 work.
The Salado Theory An introduction to the Salado Theory as it stood in 1969
The Salado A short introduction as to what I considered "Salado" in 1969. At that time my thinking was that the "Salado" were the occupants of the Tonto Basin region in East-central Arizona. Much work has been done in that area since 1969.
The Prescott Branch The Prescott Branch as it was defined in 1969. Fundamentally based on published work by Spicer and Caywood (1936), there has been more recent work. Appendix A of this paper in a small manner extends upon the work of Spicer and Caywood.
The Sinagua Primarily the northern Sinagua as defined by Colton (1946). I short changed the Southern Sinagua (read Verde Valley) primarily because there was relatively little reported excavation work from the the Verde Valley, and I believed that the extension of the nomenclature 'Sinagua' to the inhabitants of that river was premature.
Comparisons Comparing the Prescott, Salado and Sinagua.
Hohokam A look at the Hohokam, with an attempt to trace trends and traits from the preClassic into the Classic period. As a result, many of the traits which had been previously considered introduced by the incursion of the Salado can in fact be seen as either present, or represented by precursor traits, prior to the "arrival" of the Salado.
Summary Summary
Appendix A The Calderwood Site, a Prescott Branch Site on the Lower Agua Fria River, Central Arizona.
Appendix B A listing of problems discussed (or ignored) in this paper.
Bibliography A Bibliography used in 1969.
Bibliography B Reports of which I knew when the paper was originally written, but to which I was unable to gain access for whatever reason. Some I was able to subsequently acquire. One, Excavations at Valshni Village, Papago Indian Reservation, I later edited. The result was published by the Arizona Archaeological Society, Inc. (Withers, 1973).
1999 Annotations 1999 annotations to the 1969 work.
Bibliography, 1999 A listing of sources referenced cited in the Annotations while preparing to post this paper to the web.





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19 September 1999

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Minor:
19 January 2003







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Table of Contents

Illustrations

1999 Foreword

Introduction

The Salado Theory

The Salado Branch

The Prescott Branch

The Sinagua Branch

Comparison: Prescott, Salado and Sinagua

The Hohokam

Summary

Appendix A:
A Probable Prescott Branch Site on the Lower Agua Fria River

Appendix B:
Some Problems Presented In This Paper

Bibliography A

Bibliography B

1999 Annotations

1999 Bibliography




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