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Studies of Beginning Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956 – David R. Wilcox

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956 – David R. Wilcox

As background research for his articles, Wilcox compiled multiple data files in his general study of antiquarianism in Arizona, with special attention to the history of the Arizona Antiquarian Association, the Hohokam Museums Association, and AAHS. These data files include tables of membership lists and endnotes with biographical sketches for these organizations.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: I: A Sketch of Chronological Periods in the Development of the Relationship between Avocational and Professional Archaeology in Arizona.

Antiquarian Foundations of Southwestern Archaeology: Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: II: Some Archaeological News that Stimulated Local Interest in Arizona Archaeology in the Late Nineteenth & Early Twentieth Centuries.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1966: III: Chronology of the Arizona Antiquarian Association.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: IV: Membership of the Arizona Antiquarian Association, 1895-1901.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: V1: Members of the Phoenix-Based Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, 1912.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: VI: Members of the Tucson-Based Arizona Archaeological Society, 1916.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1966: VII: Chronology of Byron Cummings and the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society.

Antiquarian Foundations of Southwestern Archaeology: Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: VIII: AAHS Members, 1920-1956.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: IX: AAHS Programs, 1916-May 1958.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: X: Membership of the Hohokam Museums Association, 1937-1946.

Studies of the Beginnings Collaboration between Avocational and Professional Archaeologists in Arizona, 1864-1956: VII: Selected References