Gayle Harrison Hartmann

Gayle Harrison Hartmann has spent the last 35 years working in a variety of archaeological capacities throughout southern Arizona, including serving as editor of Kiva: The Journal of Southwestern Anthropology and History. She is currently a research associate at the University of Arizona’s Arizona State Museum.
Last Water on the Devil's Highway Last Water on the Devil's Highway
Last Water on the Devil's Highway

Last Water on the Devil's Highway

A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas

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Pima County Land Exchange Survey Pima County Land Exchange Survey
Pima County Land Exchange Survey

Pima County Land Exchange Survey

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Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM]) Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM])
Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM])

Whiptail Ruin (AZ BB:10:3 [ASM])

A Classic Period Community in the Northeastern Tucson Basin

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Wooden Ritual Artifacts from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico Wooden Ritual Artifacts from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
Wooden Ritual Artifacts from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico

Wooden Ritual Artifacts from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico

The Chetro Ketl Collection

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