Saguaro National Monument an Archeological Overview

Author(s): V. K. Pheriba Stacy; Julian Hayden

Year: 1975

Summary

A number of archeological surveys and excavations have been carried out within Saguaro National Monument near Tucson, Arizona, over the years, but the field work generally has been neither problem-oriented nor carried out in accordance with a suitable research design. Much of it, therefore, must be considered incomplete in terms of modern archeological theory and methods. Archeological activity both inside and outside the monument, however, has resulted in delineation of the cultural history for this area of southeastern Arizona. More research has been conducted outside the monument than within its boundaries. Research in both areas and the data generated are described and discussed in this overview.

Cite this Record

Saguaro National Monument an Archeological Overview. V. K. Pheriba Stacy, Julian Hayden. Publications in Anthropology ,1. Tucson, Arizona: The Arizona Archeological Center. 1975 ( tDAR id: 3938) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8XD1032

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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: -4000 to 1950

Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.268; min lat: 32.037 ; max long: -110.411; max lat: 32.374 ;

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