Florence, AZ (Geographic Keyword)

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An Archaeological Analysis of the Proposed Florence Water Treatment Plant (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William S. Marmaduke. T. S. Hartzell.

In 1987, the Bureau of Reclamation directed Northland Research, Inc. to complete a Class I and III cultural resource literature search and survey for the proposed site of the Florence Water Treatment Plant and its associated delivery lines, an element of the Central Arizona Project located near the Salt-Gila Aqueduct. Three archaeological loci representing Hohokam use of the area were recorded in or near the project area. In order to evaluate the loci within the context of the intensive site...


Archaeological Assessment of Three Power Pole Locations Along the Coolidge-Hayden 115kV Powerline East of Florence, Pinal County, Arizona (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text C. Scott Crownover.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) was requested by Dr. Judy Brunson-Hadley of the Salt River Project (SRP) to perform a cultural resource survey for three power pole locations along the existing Coolidge-Hayden 115kV transmission line. A new pole will be erected to connect the proposed Arizona Public Service Company (APS) Bonney Brook Substation near Florence, Pinal County; two other poles along the 115kV transmission line will be replaced. ACS recently completed archaeological...


Archaeological Data Recovery at Locus S of AZ U:15:46(ASM) Florence, Pinal County, Arizona (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Scott Crownover. John Rapp.

Pursuant to a request from Mr. Robert Ewald of Arizona Public Service Company (APS), Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) undertook archaeological testing and subsequent data recovery investigations of a 1.4-acre parcel of state land near Florence, Pinal County, Arizona. The project is located within the confines of Locus S of AZ U:15:46(ASM), a prehistoric agricultural area and lithic scatter. The site had been determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places during...


Archaeological Investigations at McFarland State Historical Park, Florence, Arizona (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lyle M. Stone.

In 1975, the Arizona State Parks Board acquired a portion of lot 38 within the Town of Florence, Pinal County, Arizona. This lot, located north of Fifth Street between Granite Street on the west and Main Street on the east, is adjacent to the north side of McFarland State Historical Park (Figure 1). The State Park is located on lot 67 and includes the restored 1877-1878 first Pinal County Courthouse. Lot 38 is now a part of the park property and it has been proposed that a new archives building...


An Archaeological Survey of the Buttes Reservoir, Vol. 1 (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sharon S. Debowski. Anique George. Richard Goddard. Deborah Mullon.

This report presents the analysis of the cultural remains recorded during the archaeological survey of the Buttes Reservoir area; it also contains a statement of the assessed impact of the proposed Buttes Reservoir on the cultural resources and their related environment. The Buttes Reservoir represents one phase of the Bureau of Reclamation's Central Arizona Project which would impound water from the Colorado River and distribute it to central and southern Arizona. The proposed reservoir,...


An Archaeological Survey of the Buttes Reservoir, Vol. 2 (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sharon S. Debowski. Anique George. Richard Goddard. Deborah Mullon.

This report presents the analysis of the cultural remains recorded during the archaeological survey of the Buttes Reservoir area; it also contains a statement of the assessed impact of the proposed Buttes Reservoir on the cultural resources and their related environment. The Buttes Reservoir represents one phase of the Bureau of Reclamation's Central Arizona Project which would impound water from the Colorado River and distribute it to central and southern Arizona. The proposed reservoir,...


An Archaeological Survey of the Salt-Gila Aqueduct (1973)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark Grady.

The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) directed the Arizona State Museum to conduct a cultural resources survey of the Salt-Gila (Fannin-McFarland) Aqueduct as part of its environmental assessment of the impacts of the proposed Central Arizona Project. Twenty-two archaeological sites and two major areas of cultural activity were identified during the survey. Of these sites, 19 were recommended for further investigation and 5 were suggested for clearance (not eligible for the NRHP). The...


Archeological Investigations Along the Salt-Gila Aqueduct (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Pat H. Stein.

In 1978, the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) directed the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) to complete an intensive archaeological survey of the proposed alignment for the Salt-Gila Aqueduct, a feature of the Central Arizona Project. The survey area was 11,115 acres and included the 60 mile-long transmission line (with a typical width of 200 meters), three proposed utility line locations, one flood retention dike location, 11 possible spoil or realignment areas, and a subsidence well....


A Class I Cultural Resources Inventory for the Pinal West to Southeast Valley/Browning 500 kV Project, Pinal and Maricopa Counties, Arizona (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Cherie K. Walth.

Greystone Environmental Consultants, Inc., on behalf of Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District (SRP), has developed this Class I Cultural Resources Inventory for the Pinal West to Southeast Valley/Browning 500 kV Project (Project) as part of the Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (CEC) Application. SRP contracted with Greystone Environmental Consultants, Inc. (Greystone) to complete the Class I report. The Project includes the construction of one single circuit...


A Cultural Inventory of the Proposed Granite Reef and Salt-Gila Aqueducts, Agua Fria River to Gila River, Arizona (1969)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alfred E. Dittert, Jr.. Paul R. Fish. Don E. Simonis.

One of several construction programs proposed for inclusion in the Central Arizona Project was a system of aqueducts to link Parker Dam on the Colorado River in western Arizona and the Charleston Damsite on the San Pedro River in southeastern Arizona. Since the possibility existed that archaeological remains might be destroyed by necessary subjugation of lands for the aqueduct, the Southwest Archaeological Center of the National Park Service, U. S. Department of the Interior, made arrangements...


HAER No. AZ-50, San Carlos Irrigation Project, North and South of Gila River, Vicinity of Coolidge, Pinal County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christine Pfaff.

The San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP) is significant for creating an integrated irrigation system to serve both Indian and non-Indian lands along the Gila River. Prior to project construction, irrigation of area lands was piecemeal and non-Indian agricultural development above the Gila River Indian Reservation had depleted water supplies for the Indians. Initial authorization of the project in 1916 and the passage of the San Carlos Act on June 7, 1924 culminated years of studies and efforts...


Historic Cultural Resources in Relation to the Central Arizona Water Control Study (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lyle M. Stone. James E. Ayres.

Flooding along the Salt, Gila, Verde, and Agua Fria Rivers in February and March of 1978 resulted in extensive damage to property in Central Arizona and in the disruption of ground transportation and commerce in the greater Phoenix area. Major flooding also occurred along these rivers in December, 1978 and February, 1980. The recognition of this flooding problem, and of requirements for the regulatory storage of Central Arizona Project (CAP) water, prompted the U.S. Department of the Interior,...


Hohokam Archaeology Along the Salt-Gila Aqueduct, Central Arizona Project, Volume VI: Habitation Sites on the Gila River (1984)
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This is one of nine volumes of reports on archaeology conducted for the United States Bureau of Reclamation along the route of the Salt-Gila Aqueduct, a component of the Central Arizona Project extending a distance of 58 miles from east of Phoenix, Arizona, to the Picacho Reservoir area. Eight prehistoric habitation sites were excavated in the Florence, Arizona area, as a part of this project, representing Colonial through Classic Period Hohokam occupations in this area. This volume includes...


Interim Report: Archaeological Test Excavations at Seven Sites along the Santan Expansion Project Pipeline Corridor from Gilbert to Coolidge, Maricopa and Pinal Counties, Arizona (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David R. Hart. Douglas B. Craig.

Northland Research, Inc. (Northland) has completed archaeological testing at seven sites along a pipeline corridor at the request of the Salt River Project. Two of the sites, AZ U:10:2(ASM) and AZ U:14:74(ASM), are considered eligible to the National Register of Historic Places but required archaeological testing to determine the presence and extent of subsurface features within the project area prior to construction of the pipeline. The eligibility of the five remaining sites was unknown....


The Middle Gila Basin: An Archaeological and Historical Overview (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Claudia F. Berry. William S. Marmaduke.

The Central Arizona Project (CAP) , Indian Distribution Division (IDD) is designed to deliver allocated CAP water to Indian users. The Middle Gila Basin Overview is the initial cultural resources planning study for the system. It summarizes and evaluates the extant data in an area 3,570 square miles (9,139 sq km) large, centered on the Gila River. The data suggests that archaeological sites in this area are numerous and varied, but most of all poorly-studied despite 100 years of research. A...


Mitigation Plan for the Salt-Gila Aqueduct (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Pat H. Stein.

In 1978, the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) directed the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) to complete an intensive archaeological survey of the proposed alignment for the Salt-Gila Aqueduct, a feature of the Central Arizona Project. The survey area was 11,115 acres and included the 60 mile-long transmission line (with a typical width of 200 meters), three proposed utility line locations, one flood retention dike location, 11 possible spoil or realignment areas, and a subsidence well....


NUS Corporation, Arizona Nuclear Power Project, Tucson Gas & Electric Company, Salt River Project, State, Private, Federal and Indian Lands, Maricopa, Pinal, Gila, Pima, Cochise and Santa Cruz Counties: Final Report for Phase II Archaeological Impact Study, Arizona Nuclear Power Project Transmission Lines Study (1973)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael D. Metcalf.

The Musem of Northern Arizona developed a location analysis research design for Phase II archaeological investigations of the proposed transmission line corridor routes for the Arizona Nuclear Power Project. Through coupling this research design with a survey of sample archaeological units in the corridor areas, a projection of archaeological sensitivity was generated. This projection was based on a categorization of the total study area in terms of environmental-archaeological zones, and...


Theodore Wirth Associates, Arizona Station Transmission System, Salt River Project, State, Private, Federal, and Indian Lands, Coconino, Navajo, Apache, Maricopa, Pinal, Gila Counties, Arizona and Catron and Valencia Counties, New Mexico: Final Report for Phase II: Archaeological Impact Study, Arizona Station Transmission System Study (1974)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Howard M. Davidson. Michael D. Metcalf.

The Museum of Northern Arizona developed a location analysis research design for Phase II archaeological investigations of the proposed transmission line corridor route for the Arizona Station Project. Through coupling this research design with a survey of sample archaeological units in the corridor areas, a projection of archaeological sensitivity was generated. This projection was based on a categorization of the total study areas in terms of environmental sensitivity to each. Variable for...