The
Classic
Period
Hohokam


With Reference
to the Sinagua,
Salado, and
Prescott Branches


Table of
Contents

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


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P O R S T U V W X Y Z

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1969 Bibliography


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Breternitz, David A.

1959 Excavations at Nantack Village Point of Pines, Arizona. Anthropological Papers Paper, No. 1, University of Arizona, Tucson.

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Colton, Harold S.

1946 The Sinagua. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Arts, Flagstaff.

1956 Pottery Types of the Southwest. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, Museum of Northern Arizona, Ceramics Series No. 3C, Flagstaff.

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DiPeso, Charles C.

1958 The Reeve Ruin of Southeastern Arizona. Amerind Foundation, Inc., Dragoon.

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Ezell, Paul H.

1963 Is There A Hohokam-Pima Culture Continuum. American Antiquity, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 61-6, Salt Lake City.

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Gladwin, Harold S.

1937 Excavations at Snaketown: Comparison and Theories. Gila Pueblo, Medallion Papers, No. 26, Globe.

Gladwin, H.S., E.W. Haury, E.B. Sayles, and N. Gladwin

1937 Excavations at Snaketown: Material Culture. Gila Pueblo, Medallion Papers No. 25, Globe.

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Haury, E.W.

1932 Roosevelt:9:6, A Hohokam Site of the Colonial Period. Gila Pueblo, Medallion Papers No. 11, Globe.

1945 The Excavation of Los Muertos and Neighboring Ruins In the Salt River Valley, Southern Arizona. Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge.

1950 The Stratigraphy and Archaeology of Ventana Cave Arizona. The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

1965 Snaketown: 1964-1965. Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, The Kiva, Tucson.

Haury, Emil W., and E.B. Sayles

1947 An Early Pit House Village of the Mogollon Culture Forestdale Valley, Arizona. University of Arizona, Tucson.

Hayden, Julian D.

1957 Excavations, 1940 at University Indian Ruin, Tucson, Arizona. Southwestern Monuments Association, Technical Series, Vol. 5, Gila Pueblo, Globe.

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Irwin-Williams

1967 Picosa: The Elementary Southwestern Culture. American Antiquity, Vol. 32, No. 4, [sic incomplete reference]

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Opfenring, Dan J.

1969 Hohokam Subsistence and Culture Change. Unpublished paper.

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Ruppe, Reynold J.

1966 A Survey of the Hohokam Remains in the Salt River Drainage, A Final Report Submitted to the National Science Foundation under the Terms of Grant No. 65-237-Archaeological Investigations in Arizona..

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Schroeder, Albert H.

1947 Did the Sinagua of the Verde Valley Settle in the Salt River Valley? Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 3, No. 3, The University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Site Survey Records

Multiple surveyors and dates, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Smith, Watson

1952 Excavations In Big Hawk Valley, Wupatki National Monument Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 24, flagstaff.

Spicer, Edward H. and Louis P. Caywood

1936 Two Pueblo Ruins in West Central Arizona. Social Science Bulletin No. 10, University of Arizona, Tucson.

Steen, Charlie R.

1965 Excavations in Compound A, Casa Grande National Monument 1963. Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, The Kiva, Tucson.

Sund, J. Olaf

1968 Correspondence to Messrs. Don Dove and Ed Pritchett.

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Tuthill, Carr

1947 The Tres Alamos Site on the San Pedro River, Southeastern Arizona. Amerind Foundation, No. 4, Dragoon.

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Wasley, William W.

1960 A Hohokam Platform Mound at the Gatlin Site, Gila Bend, Arizona. American Antiquity, Vol. 26, pp. 244-62, Salt Lake City.

Wasley, William W., and Alfred E. Johnson

1965 Salvage Archaeology in the Painted Rocks Reservoir. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson.





Created:
19 September 1999

Revisions

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10 October 1999

Minor:
19 January 2003







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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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