Chandler, AZ (Geographic Keyword)

1-11 (11 Records)

Archival Review for the Proposed Salt River Project Receiving Station (RS 15) at 56th Street and Pecos Road, Chandler, Arizona (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text John T. Marshall.

Northland Research, Inc. (Northland) was contracted by the Salt River Project (SRP) to perform a records search and Class III cultural resources survey of a proposed receiving station (RS15) at 56th Street and Pecos Road in Chandler, Arizona. The search was conducted for a 20-acre, privately owned parcel. The records search revealed that a previous Class III cultural resources survey had been accomplished within the 20-acre parcel, with negative results (i.e., no cultural resources were...


A Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed Jones Substation, Maricopa County, Arizona (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text John T. Marshall.

Northland Research, Inc., under Arizona Antiquities Act Permit 94-10, was contracted by Salt River Project to perform a Class III cultural resource survey and records check for the proposed Jones Substation. The survey was conducted on a 2.75 acre parcel, owned by Salt River Project. The work was conducted on 11 November 1994 and involved .5 person days of work.


Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Substation Site, Ocotillo Road, Chandler, Arizona (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text RECON-Regional Environmental Consultants.

On September 28, 1988, Regional Environmental Consultants (RECON) conducted an archaeological survey of a proposed Salt River Project substation site in Chandler, Arizona. The proposed substation site is located within a parcel of land on the south side of Ocotillo Road, .25 miles east of Arizona Avenue. Prior to the field survey, an archaeological background file search was conducted at the State Historic Preservation Office, Arizona State Parks and Recreation Department, Phoenix, Arizona, and...


Cultural Resources Survey of the Salt River Project Canals, Maricopa County, Arizona, Revised (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lourdes Aguila.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) conducted a Class III (Intensive), non-collection cultural resources survey on approximately 170 miles of the Arizona, Arizona Crosscut, Grand, Tempe, Tempe Crosscut, Consolidated, Eastern, South, Western, Highline, and Kyrene Branch Canals in Maricopa County, Arizona. The survey was undertaken at the request of Jon S. Czaplicki, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) archaeologist and Contracting Officer's Technical Representative for Contract...


HAER No. AZ-23, Highline Canal, South Side of the Salt River, Tempe and Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona: Photographs, Reduced Copied of Drawings (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fred Andersen.

Together, Historic American Engineering Records (HAER) Nos. AZ-22 and AZ-23 present a written historical summary and relevant historical documentation about the construction and use of the Western Canal and the Highline Canal, which are waterways that serve Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, and parts of south Phoenix, Arizona on the south side of the Salt River. HAER No. AZ-22 (see https://core.tdar.org/document/393529) presents a narrative history of both canals and their infrastructure features. It also...


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,...


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...


Monitoring of the Construction of the El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline Between Guadalupe Road and the Gila River Indian Community, Maricopa County, Arizona (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text JoAnn E. Kisselburg. Sarah L. Horton.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) monitored the excavation of an 11.73 mi (18.88 km) long trench for the El Paso Natural Gas (EPNG) pipeline in the cities of Mesa, Tempe, and Chandler. Archaeological monitoring was recommended because of the likelihood of crosscutting prehistoric irrigation canals and the close proximity of Alta Vista, a prehistoric Hohokam habitation site (AZ U:9:48 (ASM)). The monitoring was conducted in order to document these cultural resources when they became...


Open Ditches: Maintaining Examples of SRP's Historic Water Distribution System (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text SRP Cartographic & GIS Services.

Cartographic representations of historic open ditches manufactured by SRP. Located in areas throughout the Greater Phoenix area, the maps outline areas that are proposed for preservation. A total of 27 water distribution systems are shown.


Roosevelt Water Conservation District Canal, South of the Salt River Mesa-Chandler Vicinity, Maricopa County, Arizona: Written Historical and Descriptive Data, Photographs, Reduced Copies of Drawings (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Scott W. Solliday. Shelly C. Dudley.

The establishment of the Salt River Federal Reclamation Project in 1903 led to the construction of a modern irrigation system to serve the productive farmlands of the Salt River Valley. However, lands outside of the project boundaries, which generally had no legal claim to surface water, had to rely on alternative sources of water. The Roosevelt Water Conservation District was one of the earliest successful efforts to increase the available water supply. By applying simple but innovative...


RS 16 Archaeological Survey (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Cameron S. Griffith.

Northland Research, Inc. (Northland), was contracted by Salt River Project (SRP) to perform a Class III cultural resources survey for proposed SRP receiving station site RS # 3, associated transmission line (230 kV and 65 kV) right-of-way corridors, and alternatives. The survey was conducted from 30 October to 3 November 1995. The work involved 11 person days of labor. No significant archaeological resources were encountered.