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Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary PresentationPueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary Presentation<div class="ExternalClass7E563388C9F2453C9A9B445DD9A46E7F"><h2><img src="https://scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/38708043_2284994084850004_6567484829330309120_n.jpg?_nc_cat=0&oh=5c080b3cedd4585c9d1e5b3786b1895f&oe=5BFDAADD" alt="" style="margin:5px;width:300px;height:200px;vertical-align:auto;float:left;" />Topic: City of Phoenix Archaeology: Why We Do What We Do</h2><h2>Speaker: Laurene Montero, City Archaeologist</h2><p> </p><p>Did you know Phoenix was the first city in the nation to hire a city archaeologist? And there are still only a handful of city archaeologist around the country? Since that time, dedicated people and events have shaped Phoenix's City Archaeology program.  Find out how and why the City of Phoenix Archaeology Office was created. </p><p>Explore beyond the primary fundamental tasks of compliance, identification, and preservation. Discover the little known fun facts about the history of The City of Phoenix Archaeology Office, and how it has helped to preserve a diverse history and cultural landscape of Arizona, from the prehistoric to the pioneer. </p><p>This lecture is free and open to the public made possible by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary. Donations are welcome.</p></div>10/4/2018 1:30:00 AM10/4/2018 3:00:00 AMPueblo Grande Museum602-495-0901Pueblo Grande Museum, 4619 E Washington StTopic City of Phoenix Archaeology Why We Do What We DoSpeaker Laurene Montero, City Archaeologist Did you know Phoenix was the first city in the nation to hire a city archaeologist? And there are still only a handful of city archaeologist around the country? Since that time, dedicated people and events have shaped Phoenix's City Archaeology program. Find out how and why the City of Phoenix Archaeology Office was created. Explore beyond the primary fundamental tasks of compliance, identification, and preservation. Discover the little known fun facts about the history of The City of Phoenix Archaeology Office, and how it has helped to preserve a diverse history and cultural landscape of Arizona, from the prehistoric to the pioneer. This lecture is free and open to the public made possible by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary. Donations are welcome.