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E. Charles Adams, Associate Curator of Archaeology, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, is the author of numerous articles on the archaeology of Pueblo cultures of the Southwest. Adams has directed the Homol’ovi Research Program for the Arizona State Museum since 1985. The project has focused on several fourteenth-century pueblos in northeastern Arizona believed ancestral to the Hopi Indians. Previously, Adams was the Director of Research for the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center near Cortez, Colorado, and Senior Archaeologist for the Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff. From 1975 to 1982, while at the Museum of Northern Arizona, he directed the Walpi Archaeological Project which included excavations of the historic First Mesa hopi village of Walpi.
Adams has spent much of his professional life working closely with the Native Americans, especially the Hopi, trying to improve dialogue between Native American groups and the larger community on a wide range of issues.
Source: THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PUEBLO KATSINA CULT by E. Charles Adams