January 17 – Reconstructing Kuaua Lecture
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January 17 – Reconstructing Kuaua Lecture

Friends of Coronado Historic Site Lecture Reconstructing Kuaua: Literally, Figuratively, and Digitally By Ethan Ortega January 17th, 2016 Modern anthropology has benefited greatly from recent advances in technology, and as a result has provided new ways of interpreting data recovered by archaeologists decades ago. A prime example is Kuaua Pueblo (A.D. 1300-1600) which was heavily and hurriedly excavated … Continue reading

Research Season
Research

Research Season

As visitation to Coronado Historic Site slows for the winter, our research season begins. In 2014 Historic Sites Staff along with volunteers from the Friends of Coronado Historic Site created the Kuaua Research Initiative. The project’s main goal is to promote research utilizing the thousands of Kuaua Pueblo artifacts which are housed in various institutions … Continue reading