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From Hohokam to O"odham

Christian E. Wells

From Hohokam to O"odham

The Protohistoric Occupation of the Middle Gila River Valley

by Christian E. Wells

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Published by University of Arizona Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Archaeology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8577811M
    ISBN 100972334726
    ISBN 109780972334723

    The Hohokam Millennium. Edited by Suzanne K. Fish and Paul R. Fish. For a thousand years they flourished in the arid lands now part of Arizona. They built extensive waterworks, ballcourts, and platform mounds, made beautiful pottery and jewelry, and engaged in wide-ranging trade networks. - The "Desert People" of southern Arizona and Mexico. See more ideas about Arizona, Native american and American indians pins.

    masterful of which claims that the Hohokam were O’odham who were “finished” by a military conquest by other O’odham. Thus, the conquerors are the people of today. That explanation was recorded in three similar tellings from narrators along the Gila River (“Pimas,” or “Akimel O’odham. Jump to a Category: Spring iPad Agreement Arizona Tribal Information Boarding Schools Border Issues Churches Culture, Tohono O'odham Danny Lopez Databases and Research Dictionaries E-Classic Reads by Author E-Classic Reads: Environmental E-Classic Reads: Horror E-books (free) Early Childhood Education at Tohono O'odham Community College.

    Hohokam definition: noun pl. Hohokam, or Hohokams A member of a Native American culture flourishing from about the 3rd century BC to the midth century AD in south-central Arizona, noted for the construction of an extensive system of. 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 .


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From Hohokam to O"odham by Christian E. Wells Download PDF EPUB FB2

Multiple lines of evidence for continuity between the Pre-Historic and Historic periods are presented in this book. The research supports the contention that the Akimel O’odham are the direct cultural descendants of the Hohokam inhabitants of much of Pre-Historic southern : $ Multiple lines of evidence for continuity between the Pre-Historic and Historic periods are presented in this book.

The research supports the contention that the Akimel O’odham are the direct cultural descendants of the Hohokam inhabitants of much of Pre-Historic southern Arizona. This is the third volume in the Gila River Indian Community’s Anthropological Research Papers series.

As in the second volume, this volume presents new observations on the archaeology of the middle Gila River valley based on a full-coverage survey ofacres for the Pima-Maricopa Irrigation Project, sponsored by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior, and. The Hohokam-Akimel O'odham Continuum: Sociocultural Dynamics and Projectile Point Design in the Phoenix Basin, Arizona (GRIC Anthropological Research Papers) Chris Loendorf.

Paperback. $ The Hohokam Millennium (A School for Advanced Research Popular Archaeology Book) Suzanne K. Fish. out of 5 stars 7.

Author: E. Christian Wells. The Hohokam-Akimel O'Odham Continuum | This new volume in the Gila River Indian Community Anthropological Research Papers series by Chris Loendorf of the GRIC Cultural Resource Management Program builds upon a previous publication in the series that described the more than 1, projectile points that were recovered during a survey of the community.

The Hohokam-Akimel O'odham Continuum by Chris Loendorf,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Hohokam-Akimel O'odham Continuum: Chris Loendorf: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. The Tohono O'odham share linguistic and cultural roots with the closely related Akimel O'odham (People of the River), whose lands lie just south of present-day Phoenix, along the lower Gila Sobaipuri are ancestors to both the Tohono Oʼodham and the Akimel Oʼodham, and they resided along the major rivers of southern Arizona.

Ancient pictographs adorn a rock wall that juts up out of. From Hohokam to O'odham. Sacaton, Ariz.: Gila River Indian Community, Cultural Resource Management Program, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Christian Wells; Gila River Indian Community of the Gila River Indian Reservation, Arizona.

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Get this from a library. The Hohokam-Akimel O'odham continuum: sociocultural dynamics and projectile point design in the Phoenix Basin, Arizona. [Christopher R Loendorf; Gila River Indian Community of the Gila River Indian Reservation, Arizona.].

The Hohokam ventured up canyons to gather acorns and pinyon nuts and to collect leaves of bear grass and sotol for making baskets. Before they started growing agave extensively (around A.D.

or so), the Hohokam found those plants at higher elevations. The association between the Akimel O’Odham and Hohokam has been debated since Euro-Americans first visited the area in the late s, yet this issue is still not fully resolved.

This article presents analyses of historical obsidian from the Sacate site that suggest that long-term trends in cultural patterns within the Phoenix Basin continued. Official Web Site of theTohono O’odham Nation We are pleased to present to you, the members of the Tohono O’odham Nation and Internet communities, the official web site of the Tohono O’odham Nation.

With this site we want to open a window to our world to educate others about our history, culture, governance and other [ ]. The Tohono O’odham people also referred to as the Papago, are a Native American tribe of the Sonoran Desert who primarily live in Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora.

Tohono O’odham means “Desert People.” When the Spanish came upon them, they called them Papago, but the people themselves have rejected this name and officially changed it to Tohono O’odham in the s. The Tohono O'odham have lived in southern Arizona's Sonoran Desert for millennia.

Formerly known as the Papago, the people, acting as a nation invoted to change the colonial applied name, Papago, to their true name, Tohono O'odham, a name literally meaning "desert people." Living within a region the Spanish termed Pimeria Alta, the Tohono O'odham, from the time of Spanish Jesuit Kino's 5/5(1).

The Tohono O’odham adopt a new Constitution establishing a three-branch form of government. The Tohono O’odham Nation signs its first Indian gaming compact with the state ofArizona, and Papago Bingo becomes the Desert Diamond Casino. Tohono O’odham Community College, which was chartered inbegins offering classes.

The Hohokam Millennium (Book): Univ of New Mexico PrFor a thousand years they flourished in the arid lands now part of Arizona. They built extensive waterworks, ballcourts, and platform mounds, made beautiful pottery and jewelry, and engaged in wide-ranging trade networks.

Then, slowly, their civilization faded and transmuted into something no longer Hohokam. Are today's Tohono O'odham their. Nonetheless, the modern Akimel O'odham and Tohono O'odham do not appear to be the biological or cultural descendants of the Late Classic Hohokam elites themselves (Sheridan in press).

The Pimas of the Santa Cruz and San Pedro river valleys, on the other hand, may have been descendants of the people who occupied those watersheds during Late. O’odham (Pima Indians) and Tohono O’odham (Papago Indians) who were living in southern Ari-zona when Spanish explorers and missionaries (the first Europeans) came in to this area still had oral histories, that is, stories that were told instead of being written down, about some famous Hohokam.

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The same element (mk, Old Egyptian mnxt “divine, holy) occurs in the name of Earth Doctor, or Chuewut Ma-cki, the culture-bringer and founder of the early Hohokam, where it alludes to Magi, Eastern wise men.

Its Tohono O’odham/Pima root is mahch, “to have knowledge, skill.”.For a thousand years they flourished in the arid lands now part of Arizona. They built extensive waterworks, ballcourts, and pyramids, made beautiful pottery and jewelry, and engaged in wide-ranging trade networks.

Then, slowly, their civilization faded and trans-muted into something no longer Hohokam. Are today's Tohono O'odham their heirs or their conquerors?The Tohono O’odham are Native Americans who live in southern Arizona and northern Mexico.

They are often called the Papago. The Tohono O’odham are related to the Pima people. They may be descendants of the ancient Hohokam Indians.