Digital Archive of Huhugam Archaeology (DAHA)

The Digital Archive of Huhugam Archaeology contains over 1,200 digital datasets, documents, reports and images focused on the ancient Huhugam (1500 B.C. – 1450 A.D.) of the southwestern U.S. These files are primarily “grey literature,” that is, unpublished reports and data sets that would otherwise be difficult to obtain.

By creating this collection, we hope this comprehensive archive will:

  • Transform scholars’ ability to answer questions about Huhugam society and will provide crucial long-term data for comparative studies.
  • Give Indigenous communities access to a wealth of archaeological research on ancestral populations.
  • Allow the general public to obtain information about this fascinating ancient culture by directly accessing the digital archive.

Archive development is guided by a crowd-sourced survey and workshops designed to understand the needs of diverse users. The archive will be curated by tDAR, an established digital repository that provides free Web discovery and access to its holdings and pursues a robust program of digital data preservation.

To find out more about using the collection, please visit the DAHA project website at www.daha.tdar.org


Resources Inside This Collection (Viewing 1-100 of 641)

Casas Grandes: A Fallen Trading Center of the Gran Chichimeca Hedgpeth Hills Rock Art Recording and Investigations James Schoenwetter Pollen Research Papers Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road The Lower Verde Archaeological Project Individual Resources