Superior, AZ (Geographic Keyword)

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An Archaeological Assessment of the Queen Valley and Florence Junction-Superior Transmission Lines, Pinal County, Arizona (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kim Adams.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) conducted two cultural resource surveys near Florence Junction, Arizona at the request of Ms. Judy Brunson, Staff Archaeologist of Salt River Project (SRP). The archaeological surveys were performed in order to provide an inventory and assessment of the cultural resources that might be affected by the Queen Valley (Arizona State Land Department Right-of-Way #16-4300) and the Florence Junction-Superior (State Application #-14-96182) transmission line...


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Phoenix, Arizona: Investigations at Four Sites Along the Silver King to Kyrene, East End, Transmission Line, Coronado Generating Station Project, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites Along the SRP Silver King to Kyrene, East End, Transmission Line, Coronado Generating Station Project (1981)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ronald K. Yablon. Donald E. Weaver, Jr..

The Museum of Northern Arizona investigated four sites along the Silver King to Kyrene, East End, Transmission System. NA15,693 is the remains of a portion of the Magma Arizona Railroad Company narrow gauge line and associated features. The line was used between 1915 and 1923 to haul freight, passengers, and mail between Superior and Webster (Magma Junction). NA15,718 includes the remains of several Salado field houses and associated agricultural features. The site occupants practiced a mixed...


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Silver King-Dinosaur 500 kV Transmission Line, Pulling Location and Sleeving Location Survey, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for an Archaeological Survey of Proposed Pulling Locations and a Sleeving Location on the Tonto National Forest, Arizona (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alan R. Dulaney.

The Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an archaeological survey of proposed pulling locations and a sleeving location on the Tonto National Forest. Since no artifacts or sites were observed, clearance is recommended. This is a final report.


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Silverking to Kyrene Transmission Line, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for an Archaeological Survey of Tower Anchoring Locations, Pulling Locations, Access Roads, and a Wire Set-up Location for the 500 kV and 230 kV Silverking to Kyrene Transmission Lines, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona, A-78-119 (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven G. Dosh.

At the request of Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an archaeological survey of Tonto National Forest lands to be impacted by the construction of the Silverking to Kyrene 500 kV and 230 kV transmission lines near Superior, Arizona. The impact areas surveyed consist of tower anchoring locations, pulling locations, access roads, and a wire set-up location. What appeared to be prehistoric check dams were observed at the pulling location and designated site NA15,784. No...


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Silverking-Hayden Transmission Line, 230 kV Corridor Segment from Silverking Substation South to Tonto National Forest Boundary, Federal (Tonto National Forest) and State Lands, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Survey of 9.3 mi of Transmission Line Corridor, Silverking Substation Area, Tonto National Forest (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald Keller.

Approximately 9 mi of transmission line corridor extending southward from the Silverking Substation towards Hayden were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in June, 1978. Three prehistoric and historic Anglo-American affiliation archaeological sites were identified along the corridor between the Silverking Substation and the Tonto National Forest boundary. The report describes the survey and its results and makes archaeological recommendations for the survey...


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Silverking-Kyrene, East End, Transmission Line, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: Preliminary Report for Archaeological Investigations at NA15,718, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ronald K. Yablon.

The Museum of Northern Arizona conducted archaeological investigations at site NA 15, 718. The site is located in the Tonto National Forest, northwest of Superior, Arizona. Investigations revealed a moderately dense sherd and lithic scatter. There are 11 cobble features, 6 of which are check dams, 4 are habitation units and the remaining feature has an unknown function. The remains represent a Salado occupation probably dating to the late prehistoric period (A.D. 1150 to 1450). The subsistence...


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Silverking-Kyrene, East End, Transmission Line, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: Revised Final Report for Archaeological Investigations at the Proposed Tower Assembly Area, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona, A-78-119 (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ronald K. Yablon.

The Museum of Northern Arizona recently conducted an archaeological clearance survey on a ten acre parcel west of Superior, Arizona. No archaeological sites were recorded. One isolated non-site locus consisting of approximately ten sherds and lithics was located. Archaeological clearance is recommended. The documents include a revised final report and an addendum which contains related correspondence.


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Silverking Substation and Microwave Repeater Station Survey, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for an Archaeological Survey of the Silverking Substation and an Associated Microwave Repeater Station, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald E. Weaver, Jr..

On March 17, 1978, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an archaeological survey of two land parcels in Tonto National Forest proposed by The Salt River Project for construction of the Silverking Substation and an associated microwave repeater station. Only one previously recorded site, NA14,132, was observed. Since the site probably post-dates 1948 and contains virtually no significant archaeological data, archaeological clearance for the two land parcels is recommended.


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Silverking-Kyrene Transmission Line, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona: A Research Plan for Three Sites Along the Silverking-to-Kyrene, East End, Transmission Line, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ronald K. Yablon. Donald E. Weaver, Jr..

The research plan outlines a framework for investigating 3 archaeological sites along the Silverking-to-Kyrene, East End, Transmission Line, a part of the Coronado Project. The 3 sites, initially recorded during a recent survey by the Museum of Northern Arizona, are a large lithic scatter associated with linear rock alignments, a possible 1-room structure associated with linear rock alignments, and an abandoned railroad grade. The plan discusses specific means by which the scientific potential...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line 500kV and 230kV Corridor Segment from Silverking Substation West to Tonto National Forest Boundary, Federal (Tonto National Forest) and Private Lands, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Clearance Survey of 14.8 mi of Extra High Voltage Transmission Line Corridor, 2.0 mi of Substation Access Road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV Transmission Line Alignment, Silverking Substation Area, Tonto National Forest (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald Keller.

15 mi of Extra High Voltage transmission line corridor, 2 mi of access road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV transmission line from the Silverking Substation were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in April, 1978. Twelve prehistoric and historic Anglo-American affiliation archaeological sites were identified along the EHV corridor between the Silverking Substation and the Tonto National Forest boundary. An isolated recent feature, not given a site designation, was found...


Archaeological Monitoring for 13 Sites for the SRP Silver King to Goldfield 230 kV Upgrade Project, North of Superior, Pinal County, Arizona (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael S. Foster.

Logan Simpson Design Inc. (LSD) has previously completed a cultural resources inventory of 18.3 miles of the existing Salt River Project (SRP) 230 kV Silver King to Goldfield electrical transmission line north of Superior, Arizona. SRP is upgrading the carrying capacity of the line (Figure 1). The cultural resources inventory resulted in the identification of 26 archaeological sites including 5 newly recorded and 21 previously recorded (Bild 2008). Ten of these sites are considered eligible for...


A Cultural Resources Survey of 22.1 Acres of State and Private Lands West of the Tonto National Forest Boundary for the SRP Silver King to Goldfield 230kV Upgrade, Queen Valley, Pinal County, Arizona (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David A. Bild.

The Salt River Project (SRP) is planning to upgrade the current carrying capacity of 18.3 miles of the existing Silver King to Goldfield 230kV line north of Queen Valley and Superior, Pinal County, Arizona. In order to accomplish this, SRP plans to “bundle” the existing 230kV conductors by adding a second conductor to each of the three existing single-conductor phases. This 230kV line was originally intended for two circuits of bundled conductors and permitted for such on Forest Service lands by...


HAER No. AZ-6-B, Eastern Mining Area Transmission Line (the 115kV System), Gila County, Arizona: Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Leah S. Glaser.

The Eastern Mining Area transmission line was first built to carry hydroelectric power generated at Roosevelt Dam, the United States Bureau of Reclamation’s first large scale work, into Phoenix. It soon expanded to serve the area mines the southern portion of Gila County. The sale of power to these mines provided revenue to expand the Salt River Project’s hydroelectric system and furnish Salt River Valley farmers with electricity.


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,...


Salt River Project Cholla-Dinosaur Transmission Line, Tonto National Forest, Pinal County, Arizona, Final Report for Archaeological Survey of Four Proposed Substations and Access Roads (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Paul R. Fish.

At the request of Salt River Project, four potential substation sites for the Cholla-Dinosaur transmission line were intensively surveyed by the Museum of Northern Arizona. The four alternative substation locations are in the Tonto National Forest near Superior, Arizona. Two of the substation localities contained archaeological remains. Reconnaissance level survey of access roads leading to the substations was also undertaken.