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Webinars: The Memory of Water: Elements and Ancestry in Bears Ears – Part 2
Join us for a special two-part mini-series featuring author Craig Childs and Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. While trekking through beautiful...
Webinars: The Sacredness of Practicing Ancestral Pueblo Agriculture and Adapting to Modern Changes
What does it mean to be an Indigenous female farmer in this day and age? Individual interpretation and experience varies...
Webinars: Diné/Navajo Resistance to US Indian Commissioner John Collier’s Livestock Reduction Program, 1937-1959
This presentation examines sociologist Solon Kimball’s reports on Navajos in conversation with Milton Snow’s in the aftermath of the livestock...
Webinars: Loren Aragon – Fashion Designer & Multimedia Artist
Loren Aragon is a Native American fashion designer and multimedia artist from the Acoma Pueblo of New Mexico. Aragon was...
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: 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. ...
Webinars: The House of the Cylinder Jars: Room 28 in Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon
In 1896, excavations in Room 28 in Pueblo Bonito made several extraordinary finds: 173 whole ceramic vessels, including 112 Chacoan...
Webinars: Lunar Twins: Cahokia’s Emerald Acropolis and Chaco’s Chimney Rock in the 11th Century
Lunar alignments characterize a series of 9th through 12th century North American Indigenous civilizations. Ancestral Puebloans, Caddos, and Cahokians were...
Animations: ebook
Digital reconstruction of the Dillard site great kiva. Time Team America. Courtesy Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Webinars: The Memory of Water: Elements and Ancestry in Bears Ears – Part 1
Join us for a special two-part mini-series featuring author Craig Childs and Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. While trekking through beautiful...
Webinars: Out of the Ashes of Extinction a Resurgent Nation is Reborn: The Hia Ced O’odham and the Pursuit of Nationhood
Because of the 1851 yellow fever epidemic, the Hia Ced O'odham were compelled to seek safety among their Tohono O'odham...
Webinars: Projectile Points, Chronology, and the Oshara Tradition in the San Luis Valley
Colorado’s San Luis Valley has a rich cultural history from the Clovis period all the way up to the modern...

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