Lower Buckeye Road (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Monitoring of a Portion of Pueblo del Alamo, AZ T:12:52 (ASM), Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kevin Frison. T. Kathleen Henderson. Thomas A. Prang.

Desert  Archaeology, Inc., under contract to the Salt River Project (SRP), has completed archaeological monitoring of trench and other excavations for a new buried 69kV conduit associated with the new Shaw Substation. The substation is located southwest of the southwest corner of the intersection of Lower Buckeye Road and Fifty-ninth Avenue, within the Phoenix, Arizona city limits. The excavations were conducted primarily by SRP West Valley Distribution Design, and consisted of 289 m of backhoe...

Arizona Department of Transportation Environmental & Enhancement Group: An Addendum Cultural Resources Report for the 202L, South Mountain Freeway EIS & L/DCR Project, Maricopa County, Arizona (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark Brodbeck.

A supplemental Class III cultural resources survey and historic site documentation of alternative alignments for the South Mountain Freeway Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Location/Design Concept Report (L/DCR).

A Cultural Resource Inventory for the Southwest Loop Freeway Project: Phases One and Two of the Inventory and Planning Study for the Southwest Loop Project (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Todd W. Bostwick. Glen E. Rice.

The Arizona Department of Transportation began plans in 1985 to construct a new highway (State Route 218) in the Phoenix metropolitan area which would extend around the western and southern sides of South Mountain. This is a report on the historic and prehistoric cultural resources of the area. The construction of State Route 218 will be funded by the State of Arizona, and this work has been conducted under the State Historic ...

Historic Documentation of a Return Flow Canal Near 99th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark R. Hackbarth.

Historic records documentation and photographic recordation was conducted for a return flow canal constructed between a.d. 1917 to 1921 as part of the region’s agricultural development. The feature has an interconnected history with the Salt River Project and the Roosevelt, St. Johns-Laveen, and Buckeye Irrigation Districts. The canal segment is an example of irrigation features that are fast disappearing and is eligible for inclusion on the National Register under Criterion D because of its...

Historic Documentation of Lateral 19 of the Grand Canal, Located Along 67th Avenue Between Lower Buckeye Road and Broadway Road, Maricopa County, Arizona (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Judith Breen.

Tolleson Union High School District plans to construct a high school on the west side of 67th Avenue between Lower Buckeye Road and Broadway Road. As part of the construction project, the road will be widened in front of the new school, which will necessitate that a segment of a historic open lateral be piped underground. ADM Group Inc., the project architects, requested that Logan Simpson Design Inc. prepare a report documenting the history of the lateral.

A Letter Report on Archaeological Testing on the Prologis Property at Pueblo del Alamo, Site AZ T:12:52 (ASM), Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text John W. Hohmann. Margaret Davis. W. Bryan Cole.

The Cultural Resource Division of the Louis Berger Group, Inc. (Berger) was retained by ProLogis to conduct archaeological testing on private land for the subsequent sale and future development of 160 acres of farmland located at Lower Buckeye Road and 55th Avenue in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona. This letter report details the results of the archaeological testing conducted on this property. Report revised September 4, 2009 and final report submitted September 30, 2009