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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 Section 110 Compliance Report for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, NHPA, Cultural Resources Investigations, Technical Report No. 13, Volume 3, Culture and Sustainability in the Alamo Lake Area: A Class I Overview and Class III Cultural Resources Inventory of Alamo Dam, La Paz County, Arizona (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Jenny Cashman

This report presents the results of the Section 110 inventory and National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) evaluations of sites on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) fee-title land around Alamo Dam in La Paz County, Arizona. The goals of this project were to conduct a Class I overview and Class III survey of 3,000 acres of USACE fee title land at Alamo Dam. Condition assessments, NRHP evaluations, and spatial data are provided for the 2 previously recorded sites and 40 newly recorded...


An Archaeological Investigation of Sites Located Along the Mead-Davis-Parker Transmission System (Granite Reef) (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel O. Larson. Kathryne Olson. Joseph Moore. Joseph King. Kathleen Bergin. Edward Bussard. Richard Wilson. Hal Turner. Robert Leavitt. Richard H. Brooks.

The Bureau of Reclamation, Arizona Projects Office directed the Nevada Archaeological Survey to conduct archaeological investigations at thirteen sites located along the proposed Mead-Davis-Parker 230kv Transmission Line Right-Of-Way #2, for the Central Arizona Project. The investigation was designed to evaluate each site for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. The archaeological field work consisted of photography, mapping, and representative collections of artifacts,...


Archaeological Investigations Along the McCullough-Davis Transmission Line, a Feature of the Granite Reef Aqueduct, Central Arizona Project (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ed Dobbins.

Under contract with the Bureau of Reclamation, the Office of Cultural Resource Management (OCRM), Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, completed an archaeological survey of the McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line. The McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line stretches 61 miles from the McCullough Substation in the Eldorado Valley to Davis Dam on the Colorado River. OCRM archaeologists identified and documented 3 field loci and 10 isolated artifacts during the...


Archaeological Investigations of Cultural Resources Located in the Havasu Pumping Plant Borrow Area, Central Arizona Project (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Patricia Eyring Brown.

Under contract with the Bureau of Reclamation, the Office of Cultural Resource Management (OCRM), Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, completed an archaeological survey of the Havasu Pumping Plant borrow area of the Granite Reef Aqueduct. The Havasu Pumping Plant borrow area is about three miles east of the pumping plant site. The Havasu Pumping Plant lifts water from the Bill Williams arm of Lake Havasu to the Buckskin Mountains Tunnel. OCRM archaeologists identified and...


Archaeological Survey and Investigations Along the McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line, Granite Reef Aqueduct, Central Arizona Project, Clark County, Nevada and Mohave County, Arizona
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office. Glen Rice. Patricia Eyring Brown.

Under contract with the Bureau of Reclamation, the Office of Cultural Resource Management (OCRM), Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, completed an archaeological survey of the McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line. The McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line stretches 61 miles from the McCullough Substation in the Eldorado Valley to Davis Dam on the Colorado River. Following the survey, OCRM archaeologists conducted archaeological investigations at two sites located...


Archaeological Survey and Investigations of the Havasu Pumping Plant Borrow Area, Mohave County, Arizona
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office. Glen Rice. Patricia Eyring Brown.

Under contract with the Bureau of Reclamation, the Office of Cultural Resource Management (OCRM), Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, completed an archaeological survey of the Havasu Pumping Plant borrow area of the Granite Reef Aqueduct. The Havasu Pumping Plant borrow area is about 3 miles east of the pumping plant site. The Havasu Pumping Plant lifts water from the Bill Williams arm of Lake Havasu to the Buckskin Mountains Tunnel. Following the survey, OCRM archaeologists...


An Archaeological Survey of the Mead-Davis-Parker 230 KV Transmission Line #2 (1973)
DOCUMENT Full-Text George A. Bondley. Richard H. Brooks.

At the request of the Arizona Archaeological Center, National Park Service, Tucson, Arizona, an archaeological inventory was made of a proposed 230 Kv transmission line right-of-way corridor for the Central Arizona Project. This survey was undertaken in support of the initial environmental assessment of the Granite Reef Aqueduct portion of the Central Arizona Project. The survey corridor stretched from Boulder City, Nevada, to Davis Dam, Nevada, and from there to Parker Dam, Arizona. Six...


An Archaeological Transect Across the Western Prescott Periphery: Prehistoric Site Distribution Based on Combined Survey Results (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas E. Wright. David E. Purcell.

Three archaeological surveys have been conducted along parallel transects through west-central Arizona: the Museum of Northern Arizona's survey of the Mead to Phoenix powerline right-of-way, SWCA's survey of Mead to Phoenix project construction access roads, and Archaeological Research Services's survey of the U. S. Highway 93 right-of-way for the Arizona Department of Transportation. Combining the results of these surveys and previous research reveals three major concentrations of sites. These...


The Archaeology of Alamo Lake, Arizona: A Cultural Resources Sample Survey (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David Gregory.

During July and August of 1987, Statistical Research, Inc., conducted a cultural resources survey of approximately 2,400 acres, located in and around Alamo Dam and Reservoir and within the property administered by the Los Angeles District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During the survey, 44 archaeological sites and 8 isolated, non-site occurrences of cultural materials were discovered and recorded. Other environmental data relevant to the interpretation of cultural resources within the study...


The Archaeology of Alamo Lake, Arizona: A Cultural Resources Sample Survey (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David A. Gregory.

During July and August of 1987, Statistical Research conducted a cultural resources survey of approximately 2400, acres, located in and around Alamo Dam and Reservoir and within the property administered by the Los Angeles District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During the survey.,44 archaeological sites and eight isolated, non-site occurrences of cultural materials were discovered and recorded. Other environmental data relevant to the interpretation of cultural resources within the study area...


The Archaeology of Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument
PROJECT Uploaded by: Joshua Watts

WACC reports associated with survey and excavation projects at the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, Arizona.


The Archaeology of Lake Mead National Recreation Area
PROJECT Uploaded by: Sophia Kelly

WACC reports on archaeological and ethnographic work conducted within the boundaries of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.


The Archeological Excavations at Willow Beach, Arizona (1961)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Albert H. Schroeder.

Willow Beach, a prehistoric camp site excavated by the National Park Service, is located on a river terrace 15 mi. south of Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. This site was occupied sporadically over many years by several groups of people. It was not the permanent village of a sedentary group. The materials and tools left by the various people who camped at Willow Beach were periodically covered by sediments and silts laid down by the Colorado River during seasons of flood. As a result, the...


Archeological Survey for the Shivwits Plateau Multiyear Prescribed Burn Project, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument (2006)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Joseph Svinarich.

In 1998 Archeological survey was completed on several parcels of woodland on the Shivwits Plateau that are scheduled for prescribed burning within the boundaries of Lake Mead National Recreation Area (LAME) by archeologists from the Western Archeological and Conservation Center (WACC) and the LAME Cultural Resources Division. These NPS lands lie within the area designated as the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument by presidential proclamation on January 11, 2000. This study was undertaken...


Archeological Survey of Proposed Prescribed Burn Units and Trail Rehabilitation on the Shivwits Plateau of Parashant National Monument, Arizona (2006)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Robertson. Art MacWilliams.

During May of 1999 a WACC archeological crew surveyed 700 acres on the southern Shivwits Plateau to identify cultural resources in planned burn units and preceding trail maintenance on Mt. Dellenbaugh. Several previously recorded sites were relocated, nine new sites were recorded, and 44 isolated find locations were recorded. These results indicate abundant cultural resources within the burn units and on the Mt. Dellenbaugh Jeep trail. Diagnostic artifacts from eight prehistoric sites are...


The Archeology of Lake Mead National Recreation Area: An Assessment (1980)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carole McClellan. David A. Phillips, Jr.. Mike Belshaw.

This assessment of the archeology of Lake Mead was written to aid federal planners who are responsible for managing cultural resources on public lands. We hope that it will also serve as a guide for archeologists working in the Lake Mead area and provide information for interested visitors. The introduction to this report (Chapter 2) gives a brief account of the establishment of the recreation area, a summary of federal regulations that affect the management of cultural resources on public...


A Class I Cultural Resources Records Review for the 3,418-acre Planet Ranch Property for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation-Lower Colorado Regional Office, La Paz and Mohave Counties, Arizona
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) plans to acquire rights to a 3,418-acre parcel of Planet Ranch to create a protected riparian area in order to comply with the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP). The LCR MSCP is a 50-year federal and non-federal partnership created to balance the use of the Lower Colorado River water resources and to conserve the native species and habitats in order to comply with the Endangered Species Act. In February 2005, the...


A Class I Cultural Resources Records Review for the 3,418-acre Planet Ranch Property for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation-Lower Colorado Regional Office, La Paz and Mohave Counties, Arizona: Report (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robert J. Stokes. Paige B. Florie. Thomas E. Jones. Joanne C. Tactikos.

The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) plans to acquire rights to a 3,418-acre parcel of Planet Ranch to create a protected riparian area in order to comply with the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP). The LCR MSCP is a 50-year federal and non-federal partnership created to balance the use of the Lower Colorado River water resources and to conserve the native species and habitats in order to comply with the Endangered Species Act. In February 2005, the...


Class III Archaeological Survey of 1,035 Acres for the Planet Ranch Multi-Species Conservation Program Project Near Parker, Mohave County, Arizona (2018)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Josh Whiting

The Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region plans to conduct a native plant habitat restoration project within 1,035 acres of property managed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD). The Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP) is a federal and non-federal partnership that aims to balance the use of LCR water resources and the conservation of native species and their habitats in compliance with the Endangered Species Act. Presently, the entire project area...


Cultural Resource Clearance Survey: Archaeological Survey for Boat Camp Improvements at Lake Havasu and Cattail Cove State Parks, Mohave County, Arizona (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Laurene G. Montero.

This report presents the results of a Class III cultural resources survey of 41 areas along the east coast of Lake Havasu in Mohave County, Arizona. The survey areas are all on land owned by the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM), leased to the Arizona State Parks Board (ASPB). This survey was conducted to obtain cultural resources clearance for a project designed to develop new camp sites and improve existing campsites for boaters enjoying the resources of...


A Cultural Resource Survey of the McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line, Clark County, Nevada, A Feature of the Granite Reef Transmission System, Central Arizona Project (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ed Dobbins.

Under contract with the Bureau of Reclamation, the Office of Cultural Resource Management (OCRM), Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, completed an archaeological survey of the McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line. The McCullough-Davis 230 kV Transmission Line stretches 61 miles from the McCullough Substation in the Eldorado Valley to Davis Dam on the Colorado River. This report describes the results of the archaeological surveys conducted along McCullough-Davis 230 kV...


Cultural Resources Survey Results from the Proposed Havasu Pumping Plant Borrow Area, Central Arizona Project (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Connie L. Stone.

Under contract with the Bureau of Reclamation, the Office of Cultural Resource Management (OCRM), Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, completed an archaeological survey of the Havasu Pumping Plant borrow area of the Granite Reef Aqueduct. The Havasu Pumping Plant borrow area is about three miles east of the pumping plant site. The Havasu Pumping Plant lifts water from the Bill Williams arm of Lake Havasu to the Buckskin Mountains Tunnel. This report describes the results of...


EXAMINATION OF BULK SOIL AND DETRITAL CHARCOAL/WOOD FROM FLOOD DEPOSITS ALONG THE BILL WILLIAMS RIVER OF WESTERN ARIZONA (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman.

Detrital charcoal/wood and bulk soil samples from flood deposits along the Bill Williams River of western Arizona were floated to recover organic fragments suitable for radiocarbon dating. The sampling location is immediately downstream from Alamo Dam. Botanic components and detrital charcoal were identified, and potentially radiocarbon datable material was separated.


EXAMINATION OF ORGANIC MATERIAL FROM MULTIPLE BLACK MAT DEPOSITS IN THE UPPER LAS VEGAS WASH, NEVADA (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman.

A total of seven bulk samples of organic material from black mat deposits in the Upper Las Vegas Wash, Nevada, were floated to recover organic fragments suitable for radiocarbon analysis. The black mat deposits are associated with late Pleistocene paleo-spring sediments. Botanic components and detrital charcoal were identified, and potentially radiocarbon datable material was separated. A single charcoal sample also was submitted for identification.


Fort Mojave Toll Road Arizona Site Steward File (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Aline LaForge.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the Fort Mojave Toll Road, comprised of a historic wagon road segment, located on Bureau of Land Management land. The road segment has been fenced in for preservation. The file consists of a site data form, site map, and map of the site location. The earliest dated document is from 1999.