Hohokam Settlement Patterns in the San Xavier Project Area

Author(s): William H. Doelle; Henry Wallace

Year: 1984


The intensive archaeological survey of over 18 square miles of the San Xavier Indian Reservation has produced a substantial body of new data regarding prehistoric utilization of this portion of the Tucson Basin. In this chapter a subset of the San Xavier Project data base is utilized to examine stability and change in the prehistoric settlement patterns within the study area.

There are three major goals for the present study. The first goal is to describe the analysis methods employed. The second goal is to describe the data base, to characterize its variability, and to identify patterns in this variability. The third goal is to consider hypotheses and models that can help explain the patterns observed in the data.

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Hohokam Settlement Patterns in the San Xavier Project Area. William H. Doelle, Henry Wallace. 1984 ( tDAR id: 448405) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8448405

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min long: -111.133; min lat: 31.952 ; max long: -111.057; max lat: 31.998 ;

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