Julian D. Hayden

A field archaeologist by avocation, Julian Hayden (1911-1998) began exploring and mapping the Sierra Pinacate in 1958. His pioneering work, innovative theories, lively curiosity, and distinctive personality made him legendary among southwestern scholars and desert rats. He was the author of three books and numerous scholarly articles, chapters, and reviews. He died in Tucson at the age of 87.
Field Man Field Man
Field Man

Field Man

Life as a Desert Archaeologist

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The Sierra Pinacate The Sierra Pinacate
The Sierra Pinacate

The Sierra Pinacate

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