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 David R. Abbott        

CHS Class of 1970


CHS ’70 National Honor Society, Golf

Adelphi University BA Anthropology w/Honors ’74

Arizona State University MA Anthropology ’81; PhD Anthropology ‘94

University of Arizona MS Statistics ‘86

State Museum, University of Arizona Archeologist; Arizona State University Teaching Fellow; Archaeologist for Soil Systems, Inc.; Publications: Journal Articles, Book Chapter, Reviews, Regional Traveling Exhibit & Six Books (On display in the CHSAA Author’s Corner in CHS---“Ceramics & Community Organization Among the Hohokam”, “Centuries of Decline During the Hohokam Classic Period at Pueblo Grande”.

Regents Graduate Academic Scholarship, National Academic Honor Society (Phi Kappa Phi), Research grants from: National Science Foundation, Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Arizona Archaeological & Historical Society & many others (Funding totally nearly $2 Million Dollars), Society for American Archaeological Dissertation Prize (Awarded for the best PhD Archaeology Dissertation in the Ameicas), Robert H. Lister Fellowship in Southwestern Archaeology, Richard Carley Hunt Fellowship for Anthropological Research

Society for American Archaeology, American Anthropological Association, Arizona Anthropological Council, Arizona Anthropological & Historical Society, Register of Professional Archaeologists, Old Pueblo Archaeological Center (Board of Directors), National Science Foundation (Peer Reviewer), Made more than 20 presentation to local & regional Archaeological Societies, Institutes, Centers, Museums & National Parks, CHSAA