Message #407:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: Hohokam Radiocarbon Dates -- A Reply
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 96 15:01:00 MST
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From: Lisa Armstrong, Desert Archaeology
Hello  -- Perhaps this reply to your question will help.  This is from Dave 
Gregory, one of the research archeologists at Desert Archaeology in Tucson:

"From: J. Massimino

I am working on a Fremont chronology project. While I have plenty of 14-C 
dates for the Fremont, I am  currently looking for specific situations in 
which investigators submitted multiple radiocarbon dates on single pit 
structures.  If you have any ideas on Hohokam investigations / publications 
which may meet these requirements, I would greatly appreciate your 
suggestions.  Thank you very much for your consideration.  Jacki Massimino"

Dave Gregory replies:
There are numerous examples of multiple 14C dates (usually 2 but sometimes 
more) from individual Hohokam  (and earlier) structures in the southern 
southwest.  I suggest that you start with Jeff Dean's article "Thoughts on 
Hohokam Chronology" (in Exploring the Hohokam, edited by George Gumerman, 
1991, Amerind Foundation and University of New Mexico Press).  Jeff compiled 
tables with an exhaustive list of both 14C and archaeomag. dates, and they 
include feature numbers and the primary references.  After 1991, it would be 
a matter of searching the literature yourself, but I doubt that the sample 
would be increased substantially by doing so.  Just off the top of my head, 
I know there are several examples of same in the article "Early Formative 
Period Chronology for the Tucson Basin" by Deaver and Ciolek-Torrello, The 
Kiva 60(4):481-529. Hope this helps.