Concho Complex (Culture Keyword)

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Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Concho Well Field, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Avoidance and Mitigation Program; Two Production and Observation Well Sites, and Associated Access Right-of-Way Within the Concho Well Field (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text John R. Stein.

On March 16 and 24, 1976, the Museum of Northern Arizona, at the request of the Salt River Project, conducted a clearance oriented survey of archaeological resources to be affected by the proposed construction of well sites and access roads within the Concho Well Field. Of specific concern at this time were the proposed well sites designated as production and observation well C-18, production and observation well C-24, and approximately two miles of access right-of-way connecting the well sites...

Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Well Fields, Private Land, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Drill and Observation Site Locations and Access Route Clearance Survey in the Concho Area (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Dana Hartman.

On July 15, 1975, the Museum of Northern Arizona, at the request of the Salt River Project, surveyed a drill site location 4.5 mi. north of Concho, Arizona. Associated with this drill site were two observation sites and an access road. An archaeological site was recorded on one of the proposed observation sites, and it is recommended that this observation site be moved to avoid the archaeological remains. The remainder of the flagged areas are recommended for archaeological clearance.

Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Navopache Line, Concho Wellfield, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Preliminary Navopache Line, Concho Wellfield (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Claudia Nissley.

The Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an intensive survey of the proposed Coronado-Concho Wellfield Distribution transmission line in two phases: 1) a preliminary survey of the entire line (0.75 mi.), and 2) a specific inspection of over 18 pole locations. Three sites have been recorded within the project area. The direct impact of the proposed construction is insignificant; however, the indirect impact of vehicular traffic is considerable. Provisional clearance is recommended.

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...

Bechtel Power Corporation 1978 Arizona Station Plant Site Study, Salt River Project, State and Private Lands, Apache and Navajo Counties, Arizona: Final Report for Phase I: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Research (1974)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard V. Ahlstrom. James E. Bradford.

The initial Phase I investigation for the Salt River Project 1978 Power Plant Study has been completed. This report presents that data which was collected during library research and actual field reconnaissance and is intended to offer a background on the archaeological and ethno-historical resource base of the two proposed areas being considered for plant site and wellfield location. A discussion of the possible impacts with alternatives to these is also included. The report includes...

Final Report: A Cultural Resource Survey of Three Well Sites and 7.1 Miles of Linear Right-of-Way for Pipelines, Distribution Lines, and Access Roads Within the Salt River Project Concho Well Field, Apache County, Arizona (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard Anduze.

A cultural resource survey was conducted on March 15, 16, 17, and 18, and April 15, 1993, in the Concho Well Fields in Apache County, Arizona, for Salt River Project (SRP) by SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants. The survey was on land owned by SRP and included three proposed well sites and associated pipelines, electric distribution lines, and access roads. A total of 28.26 acres was intensively surveyed, and an additional four acres were inspected. Thirty-two isolated occurrences were...

Wirth Associates, Arizona Station Transmission System, Salt River Project, State, Private, and Federal Lands, Coconino, Navajo, and Apache Counties, Arizona, Valencia and Catron Counties, New Mexico: Preliminary Draft for Phase I: Archaeological and Ethno-historical Research (1974)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael D. Metcalf. Howard M. Davidson. Kathleen E. Moffitt.

At the request of Wirth Associates, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted a Phase I archaeological study of an area in east-central Arizona to identify prehistoric and ethno-historic groups in to delineate areas of potential archaeological sensitivity within the study area. Existing archaeological site data were gathered from various Arizona and New Mexico institutions, and archaeological site density per township was mapped. Site density figures were compared with vegetational and...

Zuni Heaven In-Lieu Land Selections: Archeological Survey in Apache County (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Judy L. Brunson. William R. Gibson. Eric Peterson.

The Zuni Heaven project is a proposed land selection for Apache County, Arizona. Nearly 5,900 acres will be available for transfer to the County. In three phases, between October 1985 and July 1987, BLM inventoried over 7,100 acres to locate sufficient acreage for transfer. During the surveys, 32 sites were recorded in 19 different parcels. A total of 5,977 acres have been recommended for transfer to Apache County, excluding parcels which contain National Register potential properties.