Guadalupe (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Component For the Gularte Tract Sanitay Sewer Line, Vicinity of Guadalupe, Santa Barbara County (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Laurence Spanne.

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Archaeological Testing for the Kyrene Expansion Project (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text T. Kathleen Henderson.

Archaeological testing was conducted at the Salt River Project Kyrene Generating Station located east of Kyrene Road between Guadalupe and Elliot roads in Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona. The testing took place at the site of a proposed new natural gas-fired generating station adjacent to the existing generating station in the Pole and Tank yards of the Kyrene facility. A proposed new and realigned gas line route was investigated also. The purpose of testing was to determine if significant...


A Class I Overview of the South Mountain Freeway Corridor Study Area, Maricopa County, Arizona (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Damon Burden.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is preparing a new Environmental Impact Statement and Location/Design Concept Report for the South Mountain Freeway Corridor, south and west of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. As part of that report, this Class I overview provides a detailed inventory of previously recorded archaeological sites and previous archaeological investigations located in the current study area. This document is to be used primarily as a management tool in the...


Letter Regarding Union Oil's Coplen Oil Well Locality Near Guadalupe, California (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Larry Wilcoxon.

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Working For Community: The Yaqui Indians at the Salt River Project (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Leah S. Glaser.

After fifty years of service,Juan Martinez retired from the Salt River Project on June 20, 1968. From the age of seven­teen, Martinez had worked alongside hundreds of other Yaqui In­dians maintaining the Salt River Valley’s irrigation system. For much of that time, he lived and raised his family in a company-owned labor camp—one of the largest Yaqui settlements in Ari­zona. At the camp, corporate interests cultivated the Indian com­munity in a mutually beneficial arrangement that supported the...