Non-Fiction by
Tobi Lopez Taylor

Selected Anthropological and Archaeological Publications

Achxostlool: A Study of Navajo Saddle Cinches
Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tempe. 1999.
American Indian Art Celebrates Its Thirtieth Anniversary
Indian Trader, July:14. 2005.
The Archaeology of the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area
Archaeology Southwest, 20(2):12. 2006.
Archaeology Southwest as a Teaching Tool
Archaeology Southwest, 20(1):10. 2006.
The Center's Preservation Fellow Program
Archaeology Southwest, 20(1):13. 2006.
"A Certain Prestige": The Heyday of Horse Gear among Navajos and Apaches
American Indian Art Magazine, 40(3): 70–77. 2015.
Dogs in the Southwest
Archaeology Southwest, 22(3):1-2. 2008. (with Alan Ferg and Dody Fugate.)
A Doomed People: The Collapse of the Hohokam at Pueblo Grande
Archaeology, 51(6):44–46. 1998. (with Michael S. Foster.)
Education in the Fort McDowell Area: Investigations of the Cuba School
In Prehistoric and Historic Occupation of the Lower Verde River Valley: The State Route 87 Verde Bridge Project, edited by Mark R. Hackbarth, pp. 393–410. Northland Research, Inc., Tempe, Arizona. 1992. (with Mark R. Hackbarth.)
The Great Mesa Verde Turkey Experiment
Archaeology Southwest, 21(1):19. 2007.
Historic Artifacts
In Pueblo Grande Museum Expansion Data Recovery Project, edited by Michael S. Foster, pp. 56–57. Soil Systems Technical Report No. 95-17. Phoenix, Arizona. 1995. (with Mark R. Hackbarth.)
Introduction: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary
American Indian Art Magazine, 26(1):52–53. 2000.
Layers of History: The Archaeology of Heritage Square
Pueblo Grande Museum and Northland Research, Inc., Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona. 1995. (with Kathy Henderson and Johna Hutira.)
Mimbres Dog Descendants
Archaeology Southwest, 22(3):9. 2008.
The Nation's First Federally Protected Archaeological Site.
Archaeology Southwest, 23(4). 2010.
Nature's Mirror: Images and Artifacts from the Edward S. Curtis Collection
American Indian Art Magazine, 31(3):80–85. 2006.
Navajo Ring Bits
American Indian Art Magazine, 26(4):78–87. 2001. (with David M. Brugge.)
Navajo Saddle Cinches
American Indian Art Magazine, 25(3): 70–77. 2000.
The Perils of Pageantry at Casa Grande Ruins
Archaeology Southwest, 23(4). 2010.
Protecting Our National Treasures
Archaeology Southwest, 15(3):10. 2001.
Rooting around Arizona's Past
AAA Highroads, 38(6):4–6. 1994.
Trinidad Lopez and the Naco Cemetery
Archaeology Southwest, 20(4):13. 2006.
Turn of a Friendly Card
The Playing Card: Journal of the International Playing-Card Society, 33(1):4. 2004
The United States Military and the Border
Archaeology Southwest, 20(4):4. 2006. (with Debby Swartzwelder.)
Who's Behind Archaeology Southwest?
Archaeology Southwest, 20(1):15. 2006.
Zuni Prayer Sticks: Research by Edmund J. Ladd
Archaeology Southwest, 21(1):17. 2007.

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Selected Equestrian Publications

Achxostlool: A Study of Navajo Saddle Cinches
Master's thesis, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tempe. 1999.
Arabian Horse Show
AAA Highroads, 38(5):18–19. 1994.
Arena Building Made Easy
Horse Illustrated, 20(4):54–61. 1996.
"A Certain Prestige": The Heyday of Horse Gear among Navajos and Apaches
American Indian Art Magazine, 40(3): 70–77. 2015.
Destined for Greatness: *Genua, 2000 Hall of Fame Mare
Arabian Finish Line, June 2016.
The Dynamic Duo: Brusally Orzetyn and Brusally Orzelyna
Arizona Horse Connection, 9(5):66–72. 1996.
Gold Medalist Savors the Journey
USDF Connection 2(1):25–26. 2000.
Horses in the Southwest
Issue editor, Archaeology Southwest, 18(3). 2004. Including:
  • Barns in the Desert.
  • Horses in Archaeological Sites.
  • Horses in the Southwest. (with William H. Doelle.)
  • The Navajo Saddle Cinch Revival.
  • Roads and Tracks: Horse Trails in the Southwest.
  • The Roots of Rodeo.
  • Ruidoso and Rillito: Storied Racetracks of the Southwest. (with Sandra McCoy Larson.)
  • San Martin Caballero: Patron Saint of Horsemen.
 
"A Landmark in Scottsdale--A Hallmark in the Arabian World": Ed Tweed, Brusally Ranch, and the Development of Arabian Horse Breeding in Arizona
Journal of Arizona History, Winter 2009.
Kontiki: Founder of a Great Racing Dynasty
Arabian Finish Line, September 2015.
The Life and Times of Rillito Park
Blood-Horse, 127(50):7534–7554. 2001. (with Sandra McCoy Larson.)
The Luck of the Irish: Paddys Day's Daily Double at the 2015 Darley Awards
Arabian Finish Line, May 2016.
Navajo Ring Bits
American Indian Art Magazine, 26(4):78–87. 2001. (with David M. Brugge.)
Navajo Saddle Cinches
American Indian Art Magazine, 25(3): 70–77. 2000.
Orzel: Scottsdale's Arabian Horse Racing Legend
The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina. 2016.
The Polish and Russian Arabians of Ed Tweed's Brusally Ranch
Mare's Nest Books/Screenfold Press, Tucson, Arizona. 2013.
A Portuguese Adventure
Transitions, 8(4):5. 2003.
Review of A Classical Riding Notebook
Centerline, May:6. 1996.
A Son of Secretariat
Dressage Today, 6(7):25–26. 2000.
A Son of Secretariat
In An Apple a Day: A Heartwarming Collection of True Horse Stories, edited by Kimberly Gatto, pp. 79-85. Half Halt Press, Boonsboro, Maryland. 2000.
Statesman: Secretariat's Oldest Living Son Still Thrives in Arizona
Blood-Horse, 126(46): 7141–7170. 2000.
Sundays in the Country with Gloria
Species Link, 22(2):10–11. 1996.
Supple Horses, Supple Riders
The Trail Less Traveled, 2(7):6. 1995.
A Tale of Three Countries: The Enduring Influence of Denouste
Arabian Finish Line, December 2016.
Thesebootsweremade4lopin: The World's First Working Equitation Mule
Mules and More, in press.
A Twenty-fifth Birthday Gala for Brusally Orzetyn
Arabian Visions, 13(4):17–19. 1996.
War Mare: The Life and Times of Ofirka, 1939-1967
Arabian Finish Line, January 2016.

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Fiction and Poetry of
Tobi Lopez Taylor

Better Business
South Ash Press, 3(4):5.
De Profundis
Colorado-North Review, 28(1):14.
Dig A Pony
Literary Visions.
Digestion Is Such Hard Work
Oregon Review, 1(1):6–15.
Drive My Car
Featured in In My Life: Encounters with the Beatles, edited by Robert Cording, Shelli Jankowski-Smith, and E. J. Miller Laino, pp. 190–205. Fromm International, New York.
Ford and Chevy
The Blue Guitar.
Grave Goods
Gryphon, 12(2):26.
Half a Chicken Suit
Rockford Review, 13(3):43–45.
New Math
South Ash Press, 3(2):5.
Norwegian Wood
Menopause Press.
The Object of Desire
Concho River Review, 20(2):18–27.
Old Order
Colorado-North Review, 28(1):43.
She Said So
Abbey (51):13.

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