Albert H. Schroeder was an archaeologist with the National Park Service at the Headquarters of the Southwest National Monuments
at Globe, Arizona. This is a carbon copy of a typed manuscript by Schroeder entitled "The Cipias and Ypotlapiguas," which
Arizona Quarterly, vol. 12, no. 2, 1956 Summer.
Albert H. Schroeder was a professional archaeologist for the National Park Service for thirty years, retiring in 1976 as chief
interpreter for the Southwest region. He was also active in historical and archaeological professional societies, had a responsible
role in the historic preservation of cultural sites, and taught fieldwork methodology. It is estimated that he produced nearly
200 articles, reports, reviews, and monographs during and after his active career.
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