Arizona Archaeological Society



Classes & Projects 

AAS Achievements History  <<< Click here to view AAS Achievements History

Collaborative Projects

The Steps Project  The steps project began in 1996 as a collaborative effort with the Arizona Archaeological Society under the direction of Donald E. Weaver Jr. and Jane Kolber as an in depth study and documentation of the Chevelon Steps Petroglyphs near the junction of Chevelon Creek and The Little Colorado Rivers.  Land owner, Brantley Baird, provided his support and consent for this project.  Mr. Baird also conducted tours of the site and area.

Rock Art Call Waiting  This is a collaborative effort between Grace Schoonover and the Desert Awareness Committee in the Cave Creek area.  The paper is a look at Southwestern petroglyphs, pictoglyphs, and archaeoastronomy with an enduring ability to communicate from as early as 2000 BCE.  This is a good basic understanding regarding Rock Art.

Classes and Workshops

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