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A cliff dweller of the Verde Valley March 17, 1900
A Cochise Culture human skeleton from southeastern Arizona June 1971
A home for ten thousand years: the oldest continuously occupied place known in America May 1955
A prehistoric community in eastern Arizona Spring 1966
A survey of prehistoric Arizona September 1925
An archaeological survey of the Lower Gila River, Arizona April 1965
An Outline of southwestern prehistoric April 1930
Ancient Arizonans May 1927
Ancient ceremonial caves of central Arizona January 1931
Ancient ceremonial caves of central Arizona April 1931
Ancient cities of northern Arizona July 1929
Ancient pueblos of New Mexico and Arizona August 1875
Archaeological salvage in a prehistoric campsite, Petrified Forest National Park Spring 1972
Arizona - its place in time: the first inhabitants December 13, 1959
Arizona - its place in time: the first inhabitants January 17, 1960
Arizona site dated at 2700 BP October-December 1972
Arizona's first astronomers: Hohokam or hokum? March 12, 1977
Arizona's first farmers November 1976
Black Mesa phantoms: feared by the Indians... Black Mesa may eventually prove one of the southwest's richest... treasure sites October 1932
Cerros de Trincheras in the Papago county of Arizona 1939
Civilization advances, ruins show July 1937
Comparative chart of some world events in Basket Maker - Pueblo times May 1951
Contract archeology February 1977
Culture ecology and the prehistory of the Navajo Reservoir District June-September 1972
Desert cliff dwellings are few and far between September 6, 1959
Earliest inhabitants of the Southwest May 1951
Early hunters and gatherers in southeastern Arizona June 1971
Gadsonia and its ruins November 1911
Good luck shrines of the desert January 1941
Impact of pipeline archaeology on Indian prehistory July 1960
Lost City revisited January-March 1975
Lost races of Arizona May 1893
Man and environment in the Verde Valley Winter 1954
Pageant of the pueblos May 1951
Phoenix built on ancient ruins August 8, 1971
Pot hunting, the assassination of prehistoric Arizona April 1974
Predicting site abandonment at Wetherill Mesa Spring 1975
Prehistoric "hillbillies" January 16, 1966
Prehistoric Arizona February 1893
Prehistoric Arizona November 1925
Prehistoric irrigation April 1929
Prehistoric irrigation July 1929
Prehistoric irrigation October 1929
Prehistoric irrigation January 1930
Problems in dating early man in North America by paleontology April 1955
Recent contributions and research problems in Kayenta Anasazi prehistory Winter 1963
Stone squares in Arizona May-June 1899
Survey of Southwestern prehistory May 1941
Temporal and ceramic relationships between some late PIII sites in the Zuni area Spring 1976
The 1976 Salado Conference Fall 1976