The Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Project Volumes Available Now in Digital Format
Statistical Research, Inc., has completed four volumes documenting the findings of the Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Project in Tucson, Arizona, one of the largest and most comprehensive excavations of a historical-period cemetery ever undertaken in North America. Although the central focus of the project was the cemetery component, which dated from the late 1850s or early 1860s through the early 1880s, the project also identified 736 features dating to the postcemetery period, 3 prehistoric features, and prehistoric and historical-period artifact scatters.
The volumes, listed below, are available from SRI on CD for $15.00 a piece or $50.00 for the set of four:
Volume 1: Context and Synthesis from the Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Project, Tucson, Arizona edited by Michael Heilen and Marlesa A. Gray
Volume 2: The History, Archaeology, and Skeletal Biology of the Alameda-Stone Cemetery edited by Michael Heilen, Joseph T. Hefner, and Mitchell A. Keur
Volume 3: History and Archaeology of the Joint Courts Complex Postcemetery Period,1875–2006 edited by Marlesa A. Gray and Karen K. Swope
Volume 4: Feature Descriptions from the Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Project, Tucson, Arizona edited by John D. Hall, Kandus C. Linde, Mitchell A. Keur, and Kristin J. Sewell
To purchase online, please visit our SRI Press web site. You can also order directly from our Redlands office, to do this contact Tamara Serrao-Leiva: Statistical Research, Inc., 21 W. Stuart Ave., Redlands, CA 92373, (909) 335-1896.
Volumes 1–3 are also available on the Pima County Joint Courts Archaeological Project web site.