Apache (Culture Keyword)


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Analyses of Archaeological Use-Wear on Artifacts Recovered from the Salado Draw Watershed, Lea County, New Mexico (2023)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Samuel Cason.

This lithic use-wear study is a component of an undertaking entitled Salado Draw Archaeological Survey, Small-scale Excavation, and Geomorphological Characterization, GSA Contract No. GS-10F-0396P. The work was commissioned by the U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Carlsbad Field Office (CFO) as part of research carried out under the Permian Basin Programmatic Agreement, Blanket Purchase Agreement No. 11, Contract No. L14PA00010. It addresses Task 16 (lithic use-wear and...

Archaeological Investigations at the West Branch Site: Early and Middle Rincon Occupation in the Southern Tucson Basin (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Frederick W. Huntington.

The Institute for American Research conducted an archaeological mitigation program for the Pima County Department of Transportation. Mapping, testing, and excavation activities at the West Branch Site [AZ AA:16:3(ASM)], a large preclassic Hohokam village, are reported. Hohokam remains were primarily from the Early and Middle Rincon subphases of the Sedentary period. Analyses focused on the refinement of the ceramic typology for the Rincon phase and on the documentation of household units in...

Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado to Dinosaur Transmission Line, Private, State, and Federal Lands, Apache and Navajo Counties, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Survey of Proposed Transmission Line Right-Of-Way STA. 0+00 - STA. 3874+21 and Proposed Transmission Line Realignment Right-Of-Way STA. 1748+30 - STA. 2375+50 (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard A. Brook.

Since May, 1975, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Department of Anthropology (hereafter "Museum"), has conducted archaeological investigations for the Salt River Project - Coronado Generating Station, Coronado-Dinosaur Transmission System, North End Project. This work, supported by contractual agreement, has consisted of an intensive archaeological survey of the proposed right-of-way, from Sta. 0+00 - Sta. 3874+21, and a realignment around Sta. 1748+30 to Sta. 2375+50, and the analysis and report...

Archaeological Monitoring and Surface Collection at Two Sites in Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, Gila County, Arizona (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text JoAnn E. Kisselburg. Kim Adams. Walter Punzmann. Barbara S. Macnider.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) monitored blading and trenching activities in the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. The monitoring, which included surface artifact collection, was conducted to mitigate the impacts to cultural resources by the construction of a parking lot and the installation of underground utility lines. The work was completed under archaeological permit 91-18 issued by the Arizona state Museum. This survey identified a moderately dense lithic scatter in the...

Archaeological Survey and Small-Scale Excavation in the Salado Draw Watershed, Lea County, New Mexico (redacted) (2023)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Samuel Cason. Michael Heilen. Phillip Leckman. Taylor McCoy.

This report is a component of an undertaking entitled Salado Draw Archaeological Survey, Small-Scale Excavation, and Geomorphological Characterization, General Services Administration Contract No. GS- 10F-0396P. The work was commissioned by the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Manage- ment– (BLM–) Carlsbad Field Office (CFO) as part of research to be carried out under the Permian Basin Programmatic Agreement, Blanket Purchase Agreement No. 11, Contract No. L14PA00010. It...

An Archaeological Survey of the Santa Cruz River Valley from the Headwaters to the Town of Tubac in Arizona (1941)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Edward Bridge Danson.

The Santa Cruz River is located in south-central Arizona in the Santa Cruz and Pima Counties. A short stretch of the rivers lies in northern Sonora and forms a big horseshoe bend as the river cuts across the foot of the Patagonia Mountains from the San Rafael Valley into the Santa Cruz Valley proper. In the San Rafael Valley, where the headwaters of the river are found, the Santa Cruz passes few towns or villages. The first one is Lochiel, a small cluster of houses on the International...

Archaeology of the Upper Purgatoire River Valley, Las Animas County, Colorado: Chronology and Origins (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Caryl E. Wood.

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The Archaeology of Tonto National Monument
PROJECT Uploaded by: Joshua Watts

WACC reports of archaeological excavation and survey projects within Tonto National Park, Tonto Basin, Arizona.

Archeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP, Joint Corridor, Private and Federal Lands, Navajo County, Arizona: Report for Archeological Survey of the Proposed Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP Joint Corridor (Station 3969+69.75 to 4377+01.91) (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Dana Hartman. David Kuehn.

An intensive archeological survey of about 7.7 mi. of Salt River Project (SRP) Coronado-Silverking 500 KV transmission line easement extending from just east of the Sitgreaves National Forest to the APS-SRP Joint Corridor was conducted by Museum of Northern Arizona archeologists in December, 1977. The survey was requested by Bettina Rosenberg, SRP Archeological Administrator, in a letter dated December 12, 1977. The survey was conducted and this report prepared under the stipulations and...

Athapaskans They Weren't: the Suma Rebels Executed at Casas Grandes in 1685 (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas H. Naylor.

Two decades ago Jack D. Forbes proposed that the Suma, Janos, Jocome and Mansos Indians were the southernmost true Athapaskans in North America. Inhabiting northern Chihuahua, far western Texas, and the southwestern fringes of New Mexico, these groups were described by Spaniards in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as primitive, loosely related bands of nomadic hunters and gatherers. Beginning in the later seventeenth century and continuing through most of the eighteenth, these same groups...

Burnt Corral Ruin Arizona Site Steward File (1971)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bob Armstrong. J. S. Wood.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the Burnt Corral Ruin, located on Tonto National Forest land. The site is comprised of artifact scatter, a masonry compound, hearth, roasting pit, and the remnants of a corral; and indicates usage by Salado, Apache, and Euroamerican cultural groups. The file consists of a heritage inventory form and archaeological site inventory form. The earliest dated document is from 1971.

Carter's Cave Arizona Site Steward File (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Brian Kenny. J. R. "Buff" Billings.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for Carter's Cave, comprised of a cave with bowl sherds, an Apache basket, macrobotanicals, a metate, and cans, located on State Trust land. The site appears to have been used by the Hohokam and Apache. The file consists of a site steward program resource nomination form, an Arizona State Museum archaeological survey form, and sketches of the cave plan and cross section. The earliest dated document is from 1989.

Caverns, Quarries & Campsites: Land Use Among the Prehistoric and Historic Occupants of Colossal Cave Preservation Park, Pima County, Arizona (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bruce A. Jones. Richard Ciolek-Torello.

This report details the results of a cultural resource inventory by Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI) of 2,880 acres of State of Arizona and Pima County land in the Colossal Cave area in the southeastern portion of the Tucson Basin. The survey located and recorded a total of 24 sites and 55 isolated finds. Thirteen of the sites represent prehistoric activity loci including 7 artifact scatters, 6 stone quarries, 2 rockshelters, and 2 stationary grinding features. The function of the artifact...

The Central Arizona Project Historic Preservation Program: Conserving the Past While Building for the Future (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region.

On July 15, 1983, the chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) ratified a programmatic memorandum of agreement among the Arizona and New Mexico State Historic Preservation Officers (SHPOs), the Bureau of Reclamation, and the ACHP. The subject of that agreement was the construction of the Central Arizona Project (CAP) and its impact upon historic properties. That agreement was negotiated in compliance with Section 2(b) of Executive Order 11593, "Protection and Enhancement...

A Class III Cultural Resource Survey of Approximately 29 Acres in Anticipation of the Ocotillo Trail at Kartchner Caverns State Park, Cochise County, Arizona (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Will Russell.

Arizona State Parks & Trails (ASPT) intends to build a trail section at Kartchner Caverns State Park. The two ends of the proposed section will connect with the existing Foothill Loop Trail in order to add another loop. The proposed trail section is approximately 1.7 miles long. Construction will involve the clearing of rock and vegetation, along with the installation of steps at places where the trail crosses drainages. The area of potential effects (APE) is on lands owned and managed by ASPT....

A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of 133 Acres Along the Apache Trail, State Route 88, Between Mileposts 203.40 and 220.20, near Apache Junction, Tonto National Forest, Mesa Ranger District, Maricopa County, Arizona (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Erick Laurila. Lesley Rodriguez.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) are planning a spot improvement and pavement preservation project along State Route (SR) 88, also known as the Apache Trail between Milepost (MP) 203.40 and MP 220.20, northeast of the town of Apache Junction, Maricopa County, Arizona. The construction project would involve milling the existing pavement and replacing it with new pavement; stabilizing shoulders, paving existing and new turnouts and...

A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of 988 Acres of Bureau of Reclamation Withdrawn Lands Along the Lower Verde River near Verde River Sheep Bridge, Yavapai County, Arizona (2014)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sean Teeter. Chris North. Justin Rego. Gary Huckleberry.

As required under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the Bureau of Reclamation's (Reclamation) Phoenix Area Office (PXAO) requested Logan Simpson Design (LSD) conduct a Class III survey of 988 acres of withdrawn lands along the lower Verde River near the Verde River Sheep Bridge. The land was withdrawn for the Salt River Project (SRP) and is administered by the Cave Creek Ranger District of the Tonto National Forest (TNF). The goal of the survey is to provide an...

Class III Inventory of 63 Miles of Seismic Line, Chaves County, New Mexico (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J.C. Acklen. Crollett. Seymour.

The following update serves as a supplement to the comprehensive form prepared in 1973 by Don Sawyer for Burro Tanks Site. This site is one of the most important archaeological resources in southeast New Mexico. The site is one of the few Jornada Mogollon structural sites in the region, with evidence for occupations spanning all time periods from Paleoindian to protohistoric Apache. The present project was able to make several contributions to the record of Burro Tanks Site. Transect survey...

Comments on Cochise County Archaeology Address Given Before Cochise County College Foundation Dinner Meeting: March 19, 1970 (1970)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Christopher Frady

A brief overview of events that occurred in what we now know as Cochise county described during an address by Dr. Charles Di Peso before the Cochise College Foundation dinner meeting on March 19, 1970.

A Contextual Analysis of Nineteenth-Century Indian Burial Artifacts on the Southern Plains (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Edward Walsh.

This thesis contends that the relative Uniformity of the funerary material culture described as the “Southern Plains Equestrian Nomad Archaeological Complex” (Shafer et al 1994:322-323) is a consequence of an increasing emphasis place by the Southern Plains tribes of the nineteenth century on the similarities underpinning their cultures The reasons given for this sense of accentuated commonality are: 1) a pre-existing undercurrent of shamanistic beliefs and world view shared by these tribes; 2)...

Cultural Resources Survey for the GECO-PRAKLA Seismic Project Chaves County, New Mexico (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text John C. Acklen. Tianna Crollett. Deni J. Seymour.

The following report summarizes the results of a Class III cultural resources inventory for seismic test lines in Chaves County, New Mexico. The proposed undertaking is on Bureau of Land Management property and State of New Mexico property. Sixteen complete and partial sections are overlain by an intersecting grid of survey lines which totaled 65 linear miles. Cultural resources encountered during survey included twenty-five newly recorded sites, two previously recorded sites, and 89 isolated...

A Cultural Resources Survey of 3,100 Acres for the Bureau of Reclamation Near Apache Lake, Tonto National Forest, Maricopa and Gila Counties, Arizona (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Reese Cook

As required under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Reclamation’s Phoenix Area Office (PXAO) requested a Class III (intensive) cultural resources inventory of 3,100 acres of Reclamation withdrawn land. The project area consists of five continuous, irregularly shaped survey blocks located within the boundary of the TNF, on the north and south sides of the Salt river near the north end of Apache Lake.

A Cultural Resources Survey of 72.4 Miles (1,755 Acres) within the Tonto National Forest for the Salt River Project Coronado to Silverking 500-kV Transmission Line in Gila and Pinal Counties, Arizona (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Reese Cook. David Bustoz. Erik Steinbach.

SRP requested that Logan Simpson conduct an intensive cultural resources survey of a 72.4-mile-long and 200-ft-wide (1,755-acre) segment of the SRP Coronado to Silverking 500-kV transmission line within the TNF and private land. This survey was requested for general inventory purposes and also in advance of proposed vegetation-maintenance activities within the project corridor. In addition, SRP may conduct maintenance or construction projects within the limits of the project corridor. Vegetation...

A Cultural Resources Survey of Approximately 27 Miles of the Existing and Proposed New Alignment of State Route 88 Between Tonto National Monument and Claypool, Gila County, Arizona (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David D. Barz.

Archaeological Research Services, Inc. (ARS) performed a Class m (Intensive Field Inventory) cultural resources (archaeological) survey within a 300-to-600 ft wide corridor through both previously surveyed and unsurveyed Tonto National Forest (TNF), Tonto National Monument administered by the National Park Service (NPS), Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), and private land for the proposed upgrade of State Route 88 (SR 88) between Roosevelt and Claypool, Gila County, Arizona (ADOT...

Dead Horse Ranch State Park: An Archeological Overview (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Timothy J. Price.

On February 27, 1974, the Arizona State Parks Board adopted a Master Plan for Dead Horse State Ranch. The park covers some 320 acres. Though the proposed development plan has been altered on several occasions, it has included the construction of three man-made lakes for public fishing, the preservation of natural wildlife habitats and archaeological sites with appropriate interpretive programs, as well as the creation of hiking trails to afford recreational opportunities. Camping areas with...