Potrero Creek (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Survey for the California Department of Transportation Project: 11-SD-76 Pauma Valley 33.4-34.3 11359-121821 (1973)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sue Ann Cupples.

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Archaeological Survey Report of Those Portions of the Barrett To Cameron 69 KV Transmission Line Route Under the Jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sue Ann Cupples.

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Cultural Resources Literature Search and Survey of Portions of Nogales Wash and Potrero Creek, Southern Arizona (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven D. Shelley. Jeffrey H. Altschul.

During October and November of 1986, Statistical Research conducted a cultural resources survey and archival search for the Los Angeles District, Corps of Engineers for a proposed flood control project along Nogales Wash and Potrero Creek, near the city of Nogales, Arizona. This work was to expand upon a literature search and field inspection conducted by New World Research, Inc. (Phillips and Swann 1984). Two of the finds recorded by Phillips and Swann (1984) were investigated through a...