Cannon Daughtrey

Adjunct Lecturer in Heritage Conservation


  • Heritage Conservation
  • School of Architecture


Cannon Daughtrey is a program coordinator and archaeologist with Pima County's Office of Sustainability and Conservation. She has 15 years of experience in cultural resources management, working in both in the public and private sectors as a researcher, technical writer, educator, project manager, analyst, and field archaeologist. During her career she has participated in over 100 archaeological and ethnographic projects in the U.S. Southeast, Southwest, Plains, and Central America. Her work has included directing both prehistoric and historical archaeological excavations, conducting artifact analysis for historic ranching, mining, and homestead sites, and landscape documentation projects. Cannon was recently one of a group of recipients given the Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission Preservation Award. Her interests involve public education as it relates to the benefits of historic preservation and resource conservation programs and policies, large-scale land management strategies for the conservation of archaeological and cultural landscapes, GIS modeling, architectural history, and the documentation of marginalized or contested heritage resources.​