The Paul S. Martin Collection in the Department of Anthropology contains some 585,000 archaeological specimens from Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. It constitutes one of the world's greatest collections of Mogollon material culture from sites such as the SU Site and Tularosa Cave in New Mexico and Table Rock, Broken K, and Carter Ranch Pueblos in Arizona. It also contains significant Anasazi collections from Lowry Ruin in southwestern Colorado. This database allows you to search, by site, sub-site, description, and catalog number, the nearly 38,000 records on objects excavated by Martin during a 43-year career at The Field Museum.

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