Chiricahua Mountains (Geographic Keyword)

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The Archaeology of Chiricahua National Park
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WACC reports on survey and excavation projects within the boundaries of the Chiricahua National Park.

Artifact Description and Proveniences for the Ringo Site, Southeastern Arizona (1963)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alfred E. Johnson. Raymond H. Thompson.

During the summer of 1962, the archaeological field school of the University of Arizona conducted excavations at the Ringo site situated on the west slope of the Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County, Arizona. The Ringo site was essentially Mogollon with late additions from the Western Pueblo region. It was occupied in the period between A.D. 1250 and 1325. Significant information derived from the site is summarized in AMERICAN ANTIQUITY, Vol. 28, No. 4. The present report includes detailed...

The Camp at Bonita Cañon: A Buffalo Soldier Camp in Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Martyn D. Tagg.

This report presents the results of the CHIR 86B archeological project, whose main objective was to record and evaluate the significance of an 1885-1886 Tenth Cavalry "Buffalo Soldier" camp in Chiricahua National Monument. It states the reasons for the project, presents a summary of previous work in and near the project area, and discusses the background history of the "Buffalo Soldier" in the U.S. military and the part they played in the Geronimo Campaign in southern Arizona, including the Camp...

The Swilling Legacy (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Earl Zarbin.

Each year thousands of people come to the Salt River Valley, some to visit and some to live. They see a thriving, growing community. But like many who have spent most, or all, of their lives there, they don't know much about the Valley's origins or how it developed. The men and women who built the Valley were like today's people. They were trying to improve their own condition. In doing that, they contributed to the well-being of one another. Jack Swilling was one of them. Swilling...