Eureka Valley (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Inventory of the California Desert: a Proposed Methodology (1973)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Margaret L. Weide.

The California Desert includes a considerable quantity of archaeological resources along with its many other values. As the Bureau of Land Management seeks to meet the challenge of managing its desert lands for the common good, it is appropriate that the archaeology of the area be numbered among its considerations. Not only does the BLM have a legal responsibility to protect archaeological remains under Federal law, but archaeology constitutes a public resource in several respects. Understanding...

The Archaeology of Death Valley National Park
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WACC reports of archaeological excavation and survey projects in Death Valley National Park (formerly Death Valley National Monument).

Cultural Resource Assessment of County Road 1462 (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ann S. Peak & Associates.

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Cultural Resource Overview of the Eureka, Saline, Panamint, and Darwin Region; East Central California (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard H. Norwood. Charles S. Bull. Ronald Quinn. Emma Lou Davis. Ronald Quinn.

In September 1977 the Bureau of Land Management contracted with Regional Environmental Consultants (RECON) for the completion of a Class I cultural resource inventory for the Darwin, Eureka, Saline, and Panamint Planning Units within the California desert. The purpose of this project was to evaluate the existing information available about the cultural record of the area. The project was conducted for several reasons, including legal requirements of the Department of the Interior, Bureau of...

Impacts: Damage To Cultural Resources in the California Desert (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Margaret M. Lyneis. David L. Weide. Elizabeth Von Till Warren.

Of the nearly 3000 prehistoric and historic sites recorded in the California Desert inventory, 36% have already been damaged so extensively that their condition is reduced to fair or poor. Vandalism is regarded as the major threat to archaeological sites in the desert, and both vandalism and ORV damage are increasing. Historic sites and prehistoric villages have suffered the worst. Less than 40% of them are in good condition. The damage that has been inflicted on archaeological sites in the...

Stoneworking in Eureka Valley: Archeological Investigations at the Eureka Dunes Site (CA-INY-2489) (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffery F. Burton. William W. Bloomer. Lynn Johnson.

The National Park Service conducted archeological investigations at the Eureka Dunes archeological site (CA-INY-2489) within Death Valley National Park. Proposed developments to protect the unique Eureka Dunes ecosystem would affect less than 1/2 of 1 percent of the archeological site. However, the archeological work was designed to investigate the whole site. Archeological field work included mapping, intensive controlled surface collection, and subsurface testing. Over 26,000 artifacts were...