Quartzite Mountain QUAD 7.5' (Geographic Keyword)

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A Class ID Cultural Resources Reconnaissance for Proposed Power lines to the P-66 and Gold Mountain Facilities, Tonopah Test Range, Nye County, Nevada (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Susan Edwards.

The areas proposed for the placement of these facilities were inspected for cultural resources by pedestrian transects covering a 30 m (98 ft) interval. No cultural resources were found at along the route to the Gold Mountain facility.

Class III Cultural Resources Reconnaissance for the Proposed P-70 Facility and Utility Lines, Tonopah Test Range, Nye County, Nevada (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Harold Drollinger.

Based on previous studies in the vicinity of P70, it was anticipated that the area may contain prehistoric and/or historic age remains, but that these remains should not be very large or complex. The prehistoric remains may relate to a small scatter of four lithic artifacts (26NY9350) that were identified along an ephemeral drainage approximately 0.9 km (0.5 miles) northeast of the project area or to a pattern of widely separated isolated artifacts and small sites that tend to characterize this...

A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of Three Proposed Sites Associated with P-69 on Range 4809, Tonopah Test Range (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lonnie C. Pippin.

The U. S. Air Force proposes to construct three, 30 x 30 m (100 x 100 ft), gravel facility pads for P-69 systems on the Tonopah Test Range. These pads wIII house 7.6 to 24.4 m (25 - 80 ft) high antennae and other support equipment. They are designated P-69W (lat 37° 34' 56", long. 116° 41' 18"), P-69C (lat 37° 34' 31 ",long. 116° 34' 20"), and P-69E (lat 37° 34' 53", long. 116° 27' 16"). The pads are all located immediately adjacent to existing roads.

Cultural Resources Inventory For Proposed Range Measuring System (RMS) Antennae Installation Within the Nellis Air Force Range (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stanton Rolf.

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