By Laurie D. Webster, Maxine A. McBrinn
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Archaeologists have barely had time to absorb all the recent discoveries that make it necessary to remodel the dynamics of early agriculture in the Desert Borderlands. Evidence includes solid documentation of 4,000-year-old maize (Diehl 2005; Huber and Miljour 2004; Huckell 2005), 3,000-year-old irrigation canals (Damp, Hall, and Smith 2002; Mabry 2006), and 3,000- to 3,500-year-old village-like habitation sites with ubiquitous remains of maize associated with structures and storage 25 Gayle J.
We tested three of the terrace sites. 3 m below the surface, although the terrace surface is overlain by roughly 15 cm of overburden. This multicomponent site has a wide range of materials. 1 At least half of the almost fifty whole and broken projectile points recovered from this site closely or fully resemble late Middle Archaic and Late Archaic forms. Bifacial reduction is heavily represented in the abundant flaked stone. More recent materials, which are concentrated in upper levels, include arrow points, plain ware, one Mimbres Black-on-white sherd, and closer to the surface some green-glaze pottery.
Vorsila Bohrer (1991) makes a strong case for cultivation of several other indigenous southwestern plants. None of the solid evidence, however, predates the introduction of maize, and discussion of pre-maize plant husbandry in this region remains highly speculative. Perhaps the most significant contribution of Mabry and Doolittle’s chapter is how distinctly it highlights the advantages of water-table and flood farming for early farmers in the Desert Borderlands, redirecting archaeologists’ attention away from such distinctions as upland versus lowland agriculture to widely distributed micro-niche settings in both uplands and lowlands where productivity and energy efficiency could be high and both risk and labor requirements would be low.
Archaeology Without Borders: Contact, Commerce, and Change in the U.S. Southwest and Northwestern Mexico (Southwest Symposium Series) by Laurie D. Webster, Maxine A. McBrinn