The Hohokam Culture as Related to Other Southwestern Culture
Author(s): E.B. Sayles
The purpose of this report is to show the evolution and development of the Hohokam culture in relation to other Southwestern cultures.
1) The evidence is given, primarily, by maps and figures to provide a summary showing:
a) The environment;
b) The distribution of aboriginal cultures and the basic traits which characterize them at various times; and
c) The location of tribes speaking a common language at the time of European contact.
2) An interpretation of archaeological data is summarized to show various prehistoric periods.
3) Analysis of the historical record and the ancillary data in connection with archaeological interpretations, provide an archaeological reconstruction.
Cite this Record
The Hohokam Culture as Related to Other Southwestern Culture. E.B. Sayles. 1962 ( tDAR id: 459159) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8459159
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Ball Court • Butchering / Kill Site • Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex • Hunting / Trapping • Non-Domestic Structures • Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features • Settlements • Town / City
min long: -115.708; min lat: 31.054 ; max long: -102.129; max lat: 37.579 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Amerind Museum
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