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Published on Mar 6, 2012
Dr. David R. Wilcox, Senior Research Associate, Museum of Northern Arizona - Since Eusebio Kino first described the Casa Grande Ruin in the 1690s, scientific data about what a Southwest Archaeology Conference held at Gila Pueblo in 1931 agreed to call "Hohokam Archaeology" has been accumulating. Findings made at four sites are summarized, two in the Middle Gila Valley (Casa Grande and Snaketown) and two in the Lower Salt Valley (Pueblo Grande and Los Hornos), with an eye to how data collected from them are relevant to the considerations of contemporary problems in Hohokam archaeology.