Document Archives

Bruce Huckell
Senior Research Coordinator

Research

 

The museum curates a large and varied anthropological document archive that represents almost a century of scholarship at the University of New Mexico.

For information on Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Document Archives write to:
Dr. Bruce Huckell
Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
MSC01 1050
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

The archive contains extensive collections of archaeological and ethnological field notes, scholarly manuscripts and personal papers. The Document Archive is available to qualified researchers by permission of the museum's research coordinator.

Reproduction of documents, where allowed, is at a cost of 10 cents per letter or legal size page, or actual costs for oversize documents or scanning.

CATALOGUED REPORTS AND MANUSCRIPTS
AT THE MAXWELL MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

Updated to January, 2013

The Maxwell Museum is reorganizing its archives to make it easier to identify and find documents. Meanwhile, the following partial list of documents is provided for the convenience of researchers. The list will be expanded as reorganization of the archives continues.

A complete review of the Maxwell's document holdings requires a search of the collections database and a physical check of holdings, some of which are not yet catalogued. Documents containing photographs are indicated below as being in the museum's photo archives; they are available through the Photo Archivist, Catherine Baudoin (cbaudoin@unm.edu). All other documents listed below are available through the Curator of Archaeology, David Phillips (dap@unm.edu). Please report errors and ideas for improvement to David Phillips.

Beginning in 2008, UNM student papers subject to federal privacy law (FERPA) will be listed under “Student,” with a four-digit random number to distinguish students. Student papers may be released to the public if the student’s name, grade, and other identifying features are blacked out. This restriction applies to students still living, who have not granted the Maxwell Museum a privacy waiver.

For a partial list of available documents please select the Downloadable PDF file. Selected documents are available as downloads and are listed below.

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Acklen, John C. (editor), 1997, OLE Volume I: Context. Public Service Company of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2007.1.41. Key Words: Jemez Mountains. Downloadable PDF file 26.3MB

Acklen, John C. (editor), 1997, OLE Volume II: Artifacts. Public Service Company of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2007.1.42. Key Words: Jemez Mountains. Downloadable PDF file 7.52MB

Acklen, John C. (editor), 1997, OLE Volume III: Analysis. Public Service Company of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2007.1.43. Key Words: Jemez Mountains. Downloadable PDF file 12.5MB

Anschuetz, Kurt Frederick, 1976, Prehistoric Change in Tijeras Canyon, New Mexico. M.A. Thesis, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2008.1.83. Key words: LA 581, Tijeras Pueblo. Downloadable PDF file 6.4MB

 

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Basehart, Harry W., Mescalero Apache Subsistence Patterns and Socio-Political Organization, Section I. Photocopy of typed report. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2008.1.57. [“A report of the Mescalero-Chiricahua Land Claims Project, Contract Research #290-154.”]Downloadable PDF file 3.3MB

 

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Cordell, Linda S, 1977, The 1975 Excavation of Tijeras Pueblo, Cibola National Forest, New Mexico. Archaeological Report No. 18, USDA Forest Service, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2008.1.51. Key words: LA 581. [This edition also includes The Archaeological Survey of Tijeras Canyon by Byron B. Blevins and Carol Joiner and The 1976 Excavation of Tijeras Pueblo, Cibola National Forest, New Mexico, Final Field Report by Linda S. Cordell.]Downloadable PDF file 11.8MB

Cordell, Linda, 1975, The 1974 Excavation of Tijeras Pueblo, Cibola National Forest, New Mexico. Archeological report No. 5, USDA Forest Service, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2005.7.7. Key words: LA 581. [This report also includes "Skeletal Remains from 1974 Excavations by Cheryl A. Ferguson," teaching assistants' reports for the 1974 season by Gregory C. Burtchard and Ann A. Loose, and "The Archeological Survey of Tijeras Canyon" by Byron B. Blevins. Downloadable PDF file 6.9MB

 

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Judge, W. James, 1973, The 1973 Season Field Session in Archaeology. Awanyu 1(4):19-21, 47. Catalogue No. 2012.27.1. Key words: LA 581, Tijeras Pueblo. Downloadable PDF file 1.1MB

Judge, W. James, 1974, The Excavation of Tijeras Pueblo, 1971–1973: Preliminary Report, Cibola National Forest, New Mexico. Archeological Report No. 3. USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Albuquerque. Catalogue No. 2005.7.165. Key words: LA 581.Downloadable PDF file 4.7MB

 

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Lange, Patricia Fogelman, 2013, Charles H. Lange: Southwestern Anthropologist and Humanist. Manuscript, Catalogue No. 2013.1.27. Key words: Cochiti Pueblo, Adolph Bandelier journals.Downloadable PDF file, 850 KB

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Simpson, David Erik, 2008, Architectural Patterning in Residential Structures of the Gallina Phase from Northwestern New Mexico. M.A. Thesis, Prescott College, Prescott. Catalogue No. 2008.1.48.Downloadable PDF file

 

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Williams, Heather S., 2005, A Reanalysis of Tijeras Pueblo: Another Look at Developmental Defects in the Prehispanic Southwest. M.A. thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder. Catalogue No. 2008.1.53. Key words: LA 581.Downloadable PDF file 1.8MB

 

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