A post from Joan Price Joan Price, JRI Research Associate I have been looking for an archaeologist who went to the classroom of Elisa Martinez Barton, a native El Pasoan and art teacher now retired from Zach White school district in southwest El Paso. Mrs. Barton recalled an “archaeologist in a uniform around the middle 1990’s” who taught her students […]
The Research Associates at JRI are incredibly creative in the ways in which they communicate their work. Margaret Berrier, who excels as a rock art researcher, has designed a wonderful coloring book for all ages for the Three Rivers Petroglyph site in southern New Mexico. The coloring book can be downloaded for free as a […]
New 2-year project in El Paso, Las Cruces Area Ethnohistoric and Ethnographic Study of El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro NHT Along U.S.- Mexican Border with UTEP History department and Chamizal National Memorial/National Park Service. She will be conducting video interviews with Natives and Native communities between Dona Ana and Fabens to develop information related […]
Dear Members, Supporters and Friends We have a few announcements to make regarding cancellation of upcoming events/activities and other planned activities and programs, as follows: Due primarily to the Corona virus, I am canceling all field excavations for this coming weekend, March 21 and 22. Although we would be outdoors, we would be somewhat confined […]
On Sunday, February 16th, Margaret Berrier will be giving a presentation entitled Ceremonial Depictions of Bighorn Sheep Anthropomorphs. Her presentation will be at Casa De Suenos, 35 St Francis Dr. Her talk will begin at 6:30. The Jornada Mogollon region is known for its rich body of rock art. Researchers have suggested that elements such as […]
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