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Webinars: Tracing the Origins of Chacoan Beams, from Chaco Canyon to Aztec Great Houses
Chacoan great houses were constructed with hundreds of thousands of wood timbers. Without extensive forests near Chaco Canyon, the question...
Educational Video Series: Perspectives on Archaeology
Mark Varien, executive vice president of the Research Institute at Crow Canyon, and Dan Simplicio (Zuni), cultural specialist, discuss different...
Webinars: Tó éí iiná: Water is Life, The Dakota Access Pipeline, Navajo National Sovereignty, and Pipelines as Kin
This presentation examines the role of kinship and resistance as a means of interrogating pipeline infrastructure in Native and Indigenous...
Webinars: Multivocality in Archaeology: The Case Study from the Mimbres-Mogollon Region
This presentation highlights the progress of the Mimbres Pottery Workshop, which is functioning as part of the Info-Forum Museum Project...
Webinars: Leaving Footprints in the Ancient Southwest
Around the world and through time, people have used clothing to express aspects of their social identities. In the ancient...
Occasional Papers: The Social Dynamics of Pottery Style in the Early Puebloan Southwest
In this groundbreaking study, Hegmon develops a cross-cultural perspective on style as an instrument and expression of social interaction. Part...
Occasional Papers: Peoples of the Mesa Verde Region, Student Worksheet
More than 10,000 years of American Indian history and 250 years of European-American history are summarized in this illustrated chronology,...
Webinars: The Archaeology of Food and Social Transformation
This talk explores the relationships between foodways, the ways we produce, prepare, and consume foods, and periods of social transformation....
Learning Modules: Learn About Archaeology App
"Learn About Archaeology" is available as a free app for iPad. Download app.
Webinars: Hidden Cities, Ancient Pueblos: Southeast Mounds and Southwest Ruins, Considered
Two millennia before Chaco Canyon, some of the earliest monuments in the Americas were constructed in the lower Mississippi valley....
Site Reports: Goodman Point Community Testing: 2010 Annual Report
Annual report summarizing progress on the Goodman Point Community Testing Project during Crow Canyon’s 2010 field season.
Site Reports: Plant Use by Native Peoples of the American Southwest: Ethnographic Documentation
A database that summarizes the ethnographically documented uses of plants found in archaeological sites in the Four Corners area (suitable...

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