The Hohokam: Ancient People of the Desert

The Hohokam Ancient People of the Desert A collection of articles by leading contemporary Hohokam scholars Includes maps photos and illustrations

  • Title: The Hohokam: Ancient People of the Desert
  • Author: David Grant Noble
  • ISBN: 9780933452299
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of articles by leading contemporary Hohokam scholars Includes maps, photos and illustrations.

    Hohokam The Hohokam Ancient People of the Desert David Grant Mar , The Hohokam Ancient People of the Desert David Grant Noble on FREE shipping on qualifying offers The prehistoric people christened Hohokam by twentieth century archaeologists lived in the Sonoran desert of what is now southern Arizona The Hohokam Arizona Museum of Natural History How were the hohokam of North America and the ancient The Hohokam are one of the major cultures of the American Southwest and northern Mexico in Southwestern The Hohokam culture is similar to that of Ancient Mesopotamian culture Much like the Pueblo Grande site, people of the Ubaid Period in ancient Mesopotamia built elaborate canal systems and centralized buildings Besides architecture. Hohokam Culture archaeologysouthwest People who resided in the Hohokam ho ho kahm region were probably among the ancestors of contemporary southern desert populations, such as the O odham, as well as Pueblo populations and perhaps other populations in northern Mexico Early Hohokam The Hohokam Arizona Ruins The Hohokam were a prehistoric people that inhabited the Sonoran desert of central Arizona from about AD to AD Occupying the region around modern day Phoenix along the Salt and Gila Rivers, the Hohokam were one of several relatively advanced cultures in HOHOKAM ANCIENT INDIAN CIVILIZATION AAA Native Arts HOHOKAM ANCIENT INDIAN CIVILIZATION Hohokam Indians of the Tucson Basin AUTHOR Linda M Gregonis Karl J Reinhard About B.C the Hohokam, an agricultural group, migrated from Mexico into southern Arizona and settled in villages along the Salt and Gila rivers As their population grew, they began settling areas around the Gila Salt heartland. Hohokam Culture U.S National Park Service Aug , The word Hohokam is a Piman language term for all used up or exhausted, and the name given by archeologists to the ancient farming peoples of the southern deserts of Arizona The Hohokam lived in the Phoenix Basin along the Gila and Salt Rivers, in southern Arizona along the Santa Cruz and San Pedro Rivers, and north on the Lower Verde River and along the New and Agua Fria Rivers. Hohokam, Ancient Ancestors of Arizona Go Learn Things Hohokam, Ancient Peoples of Tucson, Arizona History in the Southwest is rift with violence, ranchers, rustlers, cowboys, and gunslingers But long before the Spanish explorers swept up from South America, there was a peaceful ancient peoples eking out an existence in the mountains and desert valleys of southern Arizona. Hokokam culture Facts, Achievements, Disappearance Hohokam culture, prehistoric North American Indians who lived approximately from to ce in the semiarid region of present day central and southern Arizona, largely along the Gila and Salt rivers The term Hohokam is said to be Pima for those who have vanished.

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      David Grant Noble was raised in rural Massachusetts, attended Yale University, and began photographing seriously in 1962 while serving in army counterintelligence in Vietnam In the 1960s, while living in New York City, he wrote and photographed for the weekly newspaper, Manhattan East, covering anti Vietnam war rallies in New York and Washington, D.C among other assignments He also documented Mohawk iron workers Mohawk Steelworkers , a project which led to photographing the Ojibwe wild rice harvest The Ojibwe and wild rice After moving to New Mexico in 1971, he was the photographer on the School for Advanced Research s archaeological excavations at Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, a 14th century site near Santa Fe He remained on the SAR staff until 1989 He has long studied the Southwest s deep history and archaeology and traveled widely to photograph ruins, rock art Rock Art , and landscape His first book was Ancient Ruins of the Southwest an Archaeological Guide, a fourth edition of which is in process A selection of his other books can be seen on this web site, as well as selected photographs from In the Places of the Spirits.David has been represented by photography galleries in New York City, Santa Fe, San Francisco, Dallas, and other cities His pictures have been widely exhibited, published in magazines and books, and won awards They can be found in the collections of the Museum of New Mexico, Yale University s Beinecke Library, New York City Public Library, the City of Phoenix, Museum of Art, Dallas, as well as corporate and private collections.In 2003, David received the Victor Stoner Award from the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society for his outstanding efforts to bring historical and archaeological awareness of the Southwest to the general public In 2011, he received the Emil Haury Award from the Western National Parks Association s for outstanding contributions in scientific research or other activities that advance the understanding and interpretation of the natural and cultural resources of western national parks

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