This proposal is about these people and their place. It is not about injecting an edifice that reflects a foreign culture, but instead echoes the best cultural center that would be appropriate for this place and these people…
Archaeology Magazine: A Doomed People, The collapse of the Hohokam at Pueblo Grande by Michael S. Foster and Tobi Taylor. November/December 1998. Pages 44-46.
The Hohokam emerged from obscurity at the beginning of the Pioneer period (ca. 300 B.B. to A.D. 500) and thrived through the Classic period (ca. A.D. 1100 to 1450).
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