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Archaelogy & Cultures of Arizona
Groundbreaking Reads: Tempe Public Library Adult Summer Reading
Date: 6/20/2013 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Cost: free
Location: Tempe Public Library, Meeting Room A
3500 S. Rural Rd.
Tempe, Arizona 85282

Many different peoples have contributed to making Arizona such a unique and fascinating cultural place. In this program archaeologist Allen Dart summarizes and interprets the archaelogy of Arizona from the earliest "Paleoindians" through Archaic period hunters and foragers, the transition to ture village life and the later prehistoric arachelogical cultures (Puebloan, Mogollon, Sinagua, Hohokam, Salado, and Patayan). He also discusses connections between arachaelogy and history, and provides an overview of the Native American, European, Mexican, African, and Asian peoples who have formed our state’s more recent history.

Tempe Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program