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Ancestral Ties During a Period of Social Upheaval, An Example from the Early Classic Period in the Tucson Basin (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael Lindeman. Henry Wallace.

The transition to the early Classic Period (ca. A.D. 1100-1300) in the Tucson Basin has its roots in the disintegration of long-lived pre-Classic Period (ca. A.D. 500-1100) villages in the 11th century. The break-up of these villages engendered a variety of responses among the constituent social groups including the use of ancestral ties to place, real or constructed, to stake claims to land. Early Classic period settlement at the site of AA:12:46 begins during the fluid period immediately...


Ironwood Village Data Recovery
PROJECT Uploaded by: Kye Miller

This project was located within the footprint of the Marana Center commercial development, at the southeastern juncture of Interstate 10 and Twin Peaks Road in Marana, Arizona. The Marana Center project is subject to compliance with Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. PaleoWest conducted the Phase II archaeological data recovery on behalf of Vintage Partners, LLC between April 14 and June 27, 2014.Excavations at Ironwood Village led to...


An Overview of Architectural Practice at the Ironwood Village, Northern Tucson Basin, Arizona (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kye Miller.

This paper provides a brief review of the Ironwood Village site structure, an overview of architectural styles observed at the site, a discussion of variation in architectural practice observed at the site, and a regional comparison of Hohokam pit structure architecture within the greater Tucson Basin. Data recovery at the Ironwood Village site resulted in the discovery of nearly a hundred Pioneer and Colonial period architectural features. The area investigated was centered around a large...


An Overview of Architectural Practice at the Ironwood Village, Northern Tucson Basin, Arizona (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kye Miller.

This paper provides a brief review of the Ironwood Village site structure, an overview of architectural styles observed at the site, a discussion of variation in architectural practice observed at the site, and a regional comparison of Hohokam pit structure architecture within the greater Tucson Basin. Data recovery at the Ironwood Village site resulted in the discovery of nearly a hundred Pioneer and Colonial period architectural features. The area investigated was centered around a large...