“We were rank sentimentalists and rank romanticists, both of us.”
A closer look at an enduring tale of the Old West.
Budget cuts forced the state park to close last year. But Homolovi has re-opened and is being operated jointly by Arizona State Parks and the Hopi Tribe. Meanwhile, archaeological research continues at the site.
What really happened to three boy scouts hiking on southern Arizona’s Mt. Baldy in 1958? They disappeared into a sudden snowstorm and were never seen alive again. New evidence may hold the answer.
The Amerind Foundation in southeast Arizona has assembled a large collection of archaeological artifacts and Southwestern art. Director John Ware talks about the research organization’s history and the evolving nature of archaeology.