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September 2017

AMERIND MUSEUM BACK AND FRONT ROOM TOUR

September 16 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

September can be hot in Southern Arizona, why not join us for a guided tour of the acclaimed Amerind Museum (www.amerind.org/index.html) on Saturday, September 16 at 10 am. Executive Director Christine Szuter and Curator/Deputy Director Eric Kaldahl have graciously offered us small group tours of the back room and larger group tours of the “front-of-the-house.” Dr. Kaldahl will lead tours of six participants through the storage vault. Located in Cochise County one mile south of Interstate 10, the drive there…

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October 2017

Trip to Zuni

October 13 - October 14
$75.00

A two-day tour of Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, and other nearby sites is being planned for Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14, 2017. On Friday, October 13, we will visit the Village of the Great Kivas (a Chacoan outlier), where you can view some very nice pictographs and petroglyphs. Heading back to Zuni pueblo, in the afternoon we will take a tour of the Middle Village, the historic original Pueblo which is the center of the Zuni world and…

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November 2017

The Multicultural Landscape of the Lower Gila River

November 18 - November 19

On November 18 and 19, Preservation Archaeologist Aaron Wright (with Archaeology Southwest) will lead a weekend tour to five notable sites along the lower Gila River. The excursion kicks off with a visit to the Gatlin Site, a National Historic Landmark owned and managed by the City of Gila Bend. Between AD 800 and 1200, the Gatlin Site was arguably the preeminent Hohokam village below the confluence of the Salt and Gila Rivers. The site includes one of three known…

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December 2017

Romero Ruins – Beyond the Path

December 9 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Catalina State Park, 11570 N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ 85737 United States
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$7.00

Romero Ruins in Catalina State Park is one of the largest and most significant archaeological sites within the northern Tucson Basin. The ruins are the remains of a Hohokam village that were occupied between A.D. 500 and A.D. 1450. Also visible at the site are the remains of more recent structures built by rancher Francisco Romero and extensive prehistoric agricultural fields. Bill Gillespie, retired archaeologist with the Coronado National Forest Service, will lead a tour of the site and it’s…

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