Pueblo Grande Museum's Profiles publication series was created to supplement the museum's changing exhibits. These brochures are made available during the run of an exhibit to provide more information on and explanation of the exhibit topic than is possible within the confines of the gallery. Normally, the Profile for an exhibit is written by the exhibit curator, whether guest or museum staff.
No. 1: Past Play No. 2: The Navajo No. 3: Lodges from Mother EarthNo. 4: The Zuni: Then and NowNo. 5: Summer CeremonialsNo. 6: Frontiers: Culture Contacts in the SouthwestNo. 7: Native MexicoNo. 8: Places To Go, Things To CarryNo. 9: By Popular Demand: The Preservation and Interpretation of Pueblo GrandeNo. 10: Mound Builders of the Ancient WorldNo. 11: Pottery Through the Ages: Traditions in ClayNo. 12: Desert Canals: A Hohokam LegacyNo. 13: Portals to Prehistory: Mesoamerican and Southwestern BallcourtsNo. 14: Pueblo Grande: National Historic LandmarkNo. 15: A River Ran Through ItNo. 16: Food for Thought: Prehistoric Foods in Southern ArizonaNo. 17: Earth and Fire Ceramics: Pieces of HistoryNo. 18: Hohokam Rock Art: Ancient Images Left in StoneNo. 19: "All good clay smells like rain." Maricopa Potters: Artistry and Tradition