San Carlos Reservation (Geographic Keyword)

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Aravaipa Creek Fish Barrier Project: Archaeological Monitoring of Fence Installation at the Apache Burial Site (BOR-ARV98-l) and a Supplemental Cultural Resources Survey for Activities Associated with Fish Dam Construction on Aravaipa Creek (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Walter R. Punzmann.

The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) directed Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) to conduct archaeological monitoring at the Aravaipa Apache Burial Site (BOR-ARV98-l) during construction of the Aravaipa fish barrier for the Central Arizona Project. ACS also conducted a supplemental cultural resources survey near the site. A staging area associated with the fish barrier was constructed within the boundaries of BOR-ARV98-1, in a previously disturbed area that was devoid of...


Aravaipa Creek Fish Barrier Project: Survey and Mapping of an Apache Site along Aravaipa Creek, Pinal County, Arizona (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Walter R. Punzmann. William B. Kessel.

The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) directed Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) to survey and map an Apache site which maybe impacted by the construction of a staging area for a proposed Central Arizona Project fish barrier on Aravaipa Creek. The site was previously identified by a Reclamation archaeologist as containing a one-room cobble-walled structure, approximately 24 deflated rockpiles, at least two depressions, and a light artifact scatter. A consultation with Apache...


The Lower Verde Archaeological Project
PROJECT Jeffrey A. Homburg. Richard Ciolek-Torrello. Jeffrey H. Altschul. Stephanie M. Whittlesey. Steven D. Shelley. USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

The Lower Verde Archaeological Project (LVAP) was a four-year data recovery project conducted by Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI) in the lower Verde River region of central Arizona. The project was designed to mitigate any adverse effects to cultural resources from modifications to Horseshoe and Bartlett Dams. The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Arizona Project’s Office sponsored the research program in compliance with historic preservation legislation. The LVAP’s...


The San Carlos Reservoir Cultural Resources Survey: Report (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Claudine Gravel-Miguel

At the request of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and in collaboration with the Bureau of Indian Affairs' San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) undertook a Class III cultural resources inventory on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the vicinity of San Carlos Reservoir, developed a cultural affiliation statement for human remains and associated objects encountered within the project area, and prepared an overview and needs assessment for cultural...


San Carlos Reservoir Study in Gila, Graham, and Pinal Counties, Arizona
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

At the request of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and in collaboration with the Bureau of Indian Affairs' San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) undertook a Class III cultural resources inventory on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the vicinity of San Carlos Reservoir, developed a cultural affiliation statement for human remains and associated objects encountered within the project area, and prepared an overview and needs assessment for cultural...


San Carlos Reservoir Study, Cultural Resources: Current Status, Needs, and Recommendations: Report (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jon Czaplicki.

At the request of the San Carlos Apache Tribe and in collaboration with the Bureau of Indian Affairs' San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) undertook a Class III cultural resources inventory on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the vicinity of San Carlos Reservoir, developed a cultural affiliation statement for human remains and associated objects encountered within the project area, and prepared an overview and needs assessment for cultural...


Vanishing River Volume 4: Chapter 08: Euroamerican History, 1540 to the Present (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Stephanie M. Whittlesey. Terresita Majewski. John R. Welch. Matthew C. Bischoff. Richard Ciolek-Torrello.

In Chapter 8, Whittlesey and her co-authors discuss the historical events and the cultural processes that shaped the use and occupation of central Arizona after AD 1540. The authors focus on broad trends in politics, economics, and the environment that contributed to changes in land-use patterns. They center their discussion on Euro-American populations, but also consider indigenous populations living on reservations. Furthermore, the authors examine patterns in the relations between...