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HOHOKAM CULTURE

Winona Village, a prehistoric site showing Hohokam influence in the Flagstaff area

Author: 
J. C. McGregor
Article Date: 
January 1937
Language: 
English
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Why did "Old Ones" leave our valley?

Author: 
R. Willson
Article Date: 
April 11, 1965
Language: 
English
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Who were the Hohokum; whence came they and where did they go?

Author: 
E. E. Davis
Article Date: 
January 1930
Language: 
English
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Tracking the Hohokam

Author: 
R. D. Simpson
Article Date: 
July-August 1950
Language: 
English
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Those who have gone still live: the Hohokam since 1400 A.D.

Author: 
R. D. Simpson
Article Date: 
May 1946
Language: 
English
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They come from the south

Article Date: 
January 1972
Language: 
English
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The Winneman ranch site, central Arizona

Author: 
L. Pierson
Article Date: 
August 1959
Language: 
English
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The use of lead mineral by the Hohokam in cremation ceremonials

Author: 
F. G. Hawley
Article Date: 
Spring 1947
Language: 
English
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The Tumamoc Hill site near Tucson, Arizona

Author: 
S. M. Larson
Article Date: 
Winter 1972
Language: 
English
Subject Headings: 

The mystery of the Hohokams

Author: 
S. Jones
Article Date: 
November 1965
Article Abstract: 
Remains and irrigation system in the Sierra Prieto
Language: 
English
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