University of Arizona

Students, faculty, staff, and the public are now welcome to visit Special Collections without an appointment from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. 

Special Collections will close at 12 pm on Monday, December 5th for the event Satellites: bringing an astronomy archive to the stage.

Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

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  1. Leland C. Wylan Papers

    This collection is comprised of Leland C. Wyman’s interests, both personal and professional. The bulk is made up of personal and professional correspondence, lecture note cards, and publications. His professional files reflect both his careers as a ...

    castanoe - 2017-09-28 10:38

  2. Karl Ruppert diary and photographs

    Archaeologist Karl Ruppert graduated from the University of Arizona and, from 1922-1924, assisted Byron Cummings with excavations, worked at the Arizona State Museum, taught archeology classes, and was on site with Neil Judd as principal assistant at ...

    Molly Stothert-... - 2021-07-16 10:08

  3. Papers of William Bedford Griffen

    Collection includes handwritten field notebooks and revised notes of observations of the Seri Indians of Mexico. Most of the notebooks focus on family organization and social customs of the Seri. Rites associated with events such as birth, puberty, ...

    castanoe - 2022-02-28 11:15

  4. Julian D. Hayden Photograph Collection

    This collection is comprised of personal and professional photographs of Julian D. Hayden. Much of this material relates to his work as an archaeologist, including excavations of Snaketown, Ventana Canyon, Pueblo Grande and other excavations. Other photos ...

    castanoe - 2022-02-28 11:15

  5. Albert Ward papers

    This collection consists of research materials relating to archaeologist Albert E. Ward's work in New Mexico. A majority of the collection references Site 48, a ruin that Ward excavated in New Mexico. Site 48's authenticity was later called into ...

    mnboyer - 2022-03-18 11:46

  6. Who Were the Big Bend Basket-Makers?

    George Castor Martin was a historical writer from Terrell Wells, TX. The collection contains a typescript about the archaeology of early native peoples in the southwest region of Texas and across the border into Coahuila, Mexico. Martin describes a ...

    castanoe - 2022-08-12 13:30