AuthorLuchetta, Sarah Kendall
Committee ChairMills, Barbara J.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractArchaeological research in the San Pedro Valley during the last decade has shed new light on settlement and subsistence activities of prehistoric people in Southeastern Arizona. The Twin Hawks site (AZ BB:6:20[ASM]), located in the upland region of the Lower San Pedro Valley, provides an opportunity to examine social-economic relationships between riverine and upland sites. Ceramic and flotation studies from excavated sites in the northern Tucson Basin and Lower San Pedro Valley, as well as surveyed sites in the vicinity of the Twin Hawks site are used to address these issues.