Lake Mead (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Survey of Proposed Development Areas in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada and Arizona and a Preliminary Archaeological Inventory of High Use Recreational Areas Within the Lake Mead Boundaries (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard H. Brooks. D. O. Larson. R. York. R. M. Levitt. K. Olson.

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The Archaeology of Lake Mead National Recreation Area
PROJECT Uploaded by: Sophia Kelly

WACC reports on archaeological and ethnographic work conducted within the boundaries of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.


The Archeological Excavations at Willow Beach, Arizona (1961)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Albert H. Schroeder.

Willow Beach, a prehistoric camp site excavated by the National Park Service, is located on a river terrace 15 mi. south of Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. This site was occupied sporadically over many years by several groups of people. It was not the permanent village of a sedentary group. The materials and tools left by the various people who camped at Willow Beach were periodically covered by sediments and silts laid down by the Colorado River during seasons of flood. As a result, the...


Lake Mead Developed Area Surveys: The LAME 86A Archeological Investigations and Related Projects, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada and Arizona (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard G. Ervin.

In early 1986, archeologists from the Western Archeological and Conservation Center (WACC), National Park Service (NPS), surveyed developed areas and other high-use areas within Lake Mead National Recreation Area (NRA). The 1986 Archeological Survey of Developed Areas was designated project LAME 86A. This report describes the results of the LAME 86A project and two earlier developed areas surveys, and so provides a complete record of such surveys at Lake Mead. One of the previous surveys was...


The Mead to Phoenix 500kV Transmission Line Project, The Tower 29 Site: Re-Evaluation of Site 26CK3216, Clark County, Nevada (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David E. Purcell.

Salt River Project has constructed a 500kV transmission line from Boulder City, Nevada, to near Phoenix, Arizona; Site 26CK3216 was first recorded by the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) during archaeological survey of the Mead to Phoenix right-of-way (Keller 1986). The site was originally recommended for data recovery but was determined ineligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), and construction proceeded without additional investigation. Biologists monitoring the Mead to...


The Mead to Phoenix 500kV Transmission Line Project: An Archaeological Survey of Expanded Right-of-Way for Cable Pulling at Ten Point-of-Turn Towers (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Preston C. Payton. David E. Purcell.

SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants (SWCA), conducted a comprehensive Class III archaeological survey of expanded right-of-way at ten point-of-turn towers as part of ongoing cultural resources compliance for the Mead to Phoenix 500kV Transmission line project. These activities constituted only one phase of cultural resource compliance for this project undertaken by SWCA for Salt River Project (SRP). Other phases relevant to this project include relocation and re-evaluation (Anduze and Sorrel...


Unexplored Canyons of Lake Mead: Possible Western Extension of Pueblo Rock Art (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Frank Bock. A. J. Bock.

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