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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...


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...


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.


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 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 Hudson.

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...


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.


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...


Dilzhe' 'e bii tian: Archaeological Investigations of Apache Sites near Little Green Valley, Arizona, State Route 260 - Payson to Heber Archaeological Project, Gila County, Arizona (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: adam brin

The mountainous zone below the Mogollon Rim in central Arizona was home to Apache in the pre-Reservation period (pre-A.D. 1875). Four Western Apache site components, dating between the late seventeenth and late nineteenth centuries A.D., were identified during excavations conducted in advance of the realignment of the Preacher Canyon and Little Green Valley segments of State Route 260 between Payson and Heber: Plymouth Landing, AZ O:12:89/ AR-03-12-04-1411 (ASM/TNF), McGoonie, AZ...


Dine Bikeyah (1941)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard F. Van Valkenburgh.

diné bikéyah "The Navajo's Country", is primarily a guide book and gazetteer of the Navajo country and adjacent regions. While but a fraction of the Navajo place names have been listed, those given have been selected as most important and interesting to government employees, students, and travelers. Furthermore, it is hoped that diné bikéyah now using the official Indian Department system of writing the Navajo language, will make it possible to standardize and crystalize into universal spelling...


Dirty Boy: a Jicarilla Tale of Raid and War (1938)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Morris E. Opler.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


E. Verde Pictograph Cave Arizona Site Steward File (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J. S. Wood.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the E. Verde Pictograph Cave site, comprised of a rock shelter with white pictographs and a small number of associated artifacts, located on Tonto National Forest land. The file consists of a heritage inventory form, two black and white photographs, pictograph sketches, and a map of the site location. The earliest dated document is from 2003.


A Forgotten Kingdom: The Spanish Frontier in Colorado and New Mexico, 1540-1821 (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Frederic J. Athearn.

This volume represents a bridge between Colorado’s pre-historic past and the time of Anglo-American settlement in the state of Colorado. Few people realize that hundreds of years before the discovery of gold in Colorado during 1859, a highly developed civilization had explored and settled the area now known as New Mexico and Colorado. Spanish conquistadores roamed the plains in the mid-1500s. They came here permanently in 1598 and founded the second oldest city in North America. This long...


Historic American Engineering Record: Stewart Mountain Dam (1992)
DOCUMENT Full-Text FRASERdesign.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. AZ-12 presents a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of Stewart Mountain Dam, a key component of the Salt River Project that provides water and power to the Phoenix Basin. The structure is also an important example of a radius arch dam designed using the trial load method. Stewart Mountain Dam is one of a series of dams that along with the earlier Roosevelt, Horse Mesa and Mormon Flat...


Historic Resources Inventory and Report of Tombstone, Arizona (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Johns & Strittmatter Inc..

Four sets of mountains can be seen from Tombstone; the Dragoon Mountains to the northeast, the Mule Mountains to the southeast, the Huachucas to the southwest and Whetstones to the northwest. From these mountains, rivulets form an alluvial plain and feed into the San Pedro River. The San Pedro originates in Sonora, Mexico from a point, Casa de San Pedro, in the Sierra Madre Occidental. The river then flows north to feed the Gila which in tum joins the Colorado at Yuma Crossing; the Colorado then...


Historical Archaeological Investigations at Dam Construction Camps in Central Arizona: First Annual Report (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text A. E. Rogge. Cindy L. Myers.

In June 1986, the Bureau of Reclamation awarded a three-year contract for historical archaeological studies as part of the mitigation program for the Central Arizona Project's Regulatory Storage Division, designated as Plan 6. This study focuses on reconstructing the social history of the workers and their families who lived in several temporary dam construction camps dating from the 1890s to 1940s. The first chapter discusses experience in managing the study during the first year of the...


The Historical Archaeology of Dam Construction Camps in Central Arizona
PROJECT Cindy L. Myers. A. E. Rogge. USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

In June 1986, the Bureau of Reclamation awarded a three-year contract for historical archaeological studies as part of the mitigation program for the Central Arizona Project's Regulatory Storage Division, designated as Plan 6. These studies involved investigations at approximately 50 archaeological sites in 7 localities. The sites were destroyed, damaged, or altered as a result of constructing Plan 6, which created a regulatory reservoir for the CAP as well as repaired or replaced other dams...


The Historical Archaeology of Dam Construction Camps in Central Arizona, Volume 1: Synthesis (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Lauren Jelinek

In June 1986, the Bureau of Reclamation awarded Dames & Moore a contract for historical archaeological studies as part of the mitigation program for the Central Arizona Project's Regulatory Storage Division, designated as Plan 6. This study focused on reconstructing the social history of the workers and their families who lived in several temporary dam construction camps dating from the 1890s through the 1940s. This document, the first in a series of three volumes that constitute the final...