Mill Avenue (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Testing of the East Papago Freeway Corridor from 52nd Street, Phoenix, to College Avenue, Tempe, Arizona (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gary Huckleberry.

Test excavations were performed in the corridor of the East Papago Freeway between November 15 and December 19, 1988. The project area extends from the 52nd Street alignment at Washington Street to College Avenue and is divided into three segments: 52nd to 56th streets, 56th Street to Mill Avenue, and Mill Avenue to College Avenue. The project area is approximately 3 km in length and is located almost entirely within the active geological floodplain...

A Cultural Resources Survey of the 6th Street and Myrtle Avenue Redevelopment Project, Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas E. Wright.

On January 16, 1998, Archaeological Research Services, Inc. (ARS) conducted a cultural resources survey of approximately 2.8 acres of privately-owned land in downtown Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona. The project area consists of most of the city block bounded by Mill Avenue on the west, Myrtle Avenue on the east, 6th Street on the north, and 7th Street on the south. The historic Moeur House and Hatton Hall, on the northwest corner of 7th Street and Myrtle, and the Gilbert Ortega and Mill Cue...

Hayden Flour Mill: Landscape, Economy, and Community Diversity in Tempe, Arizona, Volume 2: Archaeology, Project Synthesis, and Management Summary (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Robert Stokes. Victoria D. Vargas.

The ability to integrate archaeological findings with extensive archival and oral history resources is often a rare occurrence in cultural resource management. The Hayden Flour Mill project afforded us just such an opportunity, the benefits of which are demonstrated throughout this and the following chapters of this volume. In many instances, the archival data suggested where we might find buried features beneath caps of fill or asphalt on the property (e.g., the Calaboose/jail, hereafter...

Hayden Flour Mill: Landscape, Economy, and Community Diversity in Tempe, Arizona, Volume 1: Introduction, Historical Research, and Historic Architecture (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Victoria D. Vargas. Thomas Jones. Scott Solliday. Don W. Ryden.

This document, the first volume of a series of reports created by Archaeological Consulting Services, covers the restoration and preservation of the Hayden Flour Mill; voluntarily undertaken by the City of Tempe. This project surfaced in recognition of the importance of the Hayden Flour Mill and its resources, a desire for its complete documentation, and the development of recommendations for preservation priorities. The City decided to have the cultural resources investigation completed prior...

Hayden Flour Mill: Landscape, Economy, and Community Diversity in Tempe, Arizona, Volume 3: Hayden Flour Mill Historic Preservation Plan (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Teresa L. Pinter. Don W. Ryder. Victoria D. Vargas.

The character of a community as expressed in its prehistory, history, and architecture is different from any other, and the City is no exception. A comprehensive Plan for cultural resources within the Hayden Flour Mill Project area is an essential component of the City’s future plans for downtown development. The Hayden Flour Mill Plan is a unique document that responds to Tempe’s goals and reflects its preservation values. As a forward-looking document, this Plan is intended to create...

SRP Facilities and Federal Properties Reconnaissance (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text URS Corporation.

This report was conducted by URS Corporation in January of 2002. It identifies SRP water and irrigation facilities and federal properties that could be impacted by a lightrail crossing. There also are notes requesting SRP identification of features. The areas covered in this reconnaissance include the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa. Most of the impacted features are gate structures and laterals.