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Between the River and the Terrace: Archaeological Investigations Within the Red Mountain Freeway Corridor, From Gilbert Road to Higley Road (2002)
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This report discusses the results of archaeological testing at four cultural resource sites to assess their eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), and the results of data recovery excavations at one of the four sites to mitigate impacts from construction. Entranco completed this project at the request of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) prior to the proposed construction of the Red Mountain Freeway (RMF) Gilbert Road to Higley Road segment...


Crismon Ruin: A Hohokam Settlement at the Head of the Lehi Canal System (2011)
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Crismon Ruin is a large Hohokam settlement located on the lower terraces of the Salt River, near the head of the prehistoric Lehi Canal System. Data recovery excavations at the site were conducted in the spring and early summer of 2001. Over 500 archaeological features were documented during the fieldwork, including prehistoric pithouses, adobe rooms, borrow pits, pits, homos, roasting pits, inhumation and cremation burials, canals, and other miscellaneous features. Most of these features...


Cultural Assessment of Historic Properties in the Lehi Area, Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Karolyn Jackman Jenson. Barbara Macnider. Gerald A. Doyle.

Evaluation of over 300 properties to define a historic district in the Lehi area of Mesa. This report discusses historic canals, historic buildings, historic orchards, and the Lehi District.


A Cultural Resources Survey of Hayden Road Between McKellips Road and the Red Mountain Freeway, Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffrey D. Owens.

On 12 May and 14 July 1995 personnel from Soil Systems, Inc. (SSI), conducted a cultural resources survey of Hayden Road between McKellips Road and the Red Mountain Freeway in Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona. Approximately 23 ac were surveyed for the presence of cultural resources. The project area is approximately 1.0 mi long, and a corridor 29 m (95 ft) wide was surveyed on either side of the pavement of Hayden Road. The Maricopa County Department of Transportation proposes to widen this...


Cultural Resources Survey of Supplementary Parcels Totaling Approximately 140 Acres Between Gilbert and Higley Roads for the Red Mountain Freeway, Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Walter R. Punzmann. Holly S. DeMaagd.

As part of the Red Mountain Freeway project, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is adding supplementary right-of-way and temporary construction easements between Gilbert and Higley Roads in Mesa. Much of the new land was previously surveyed during examination of various proposed alignments for the road (Macnider et al. 1999). However, nine new parcels located on private land and Arizona state trust land administered by the Arizona State Land Department (ASLD)...


Data Recovery Plan for AZ U:10:123 (ASM) Within the Proposed Red Mountain Freeway Corridor, Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary-Ellen Walsh. Michael Stubing. Laurene Montero.

This document presents a data recovery plan to mitigate adverse effects to cultural resources within AZ U:10:123 (ASM) that will result from construction of the proposed Red Mountain Freeway (RMF), Gilbert Road to Higley Road segment in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (Figure 1). The data recovery will be completed by Entranco, and was requested by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). The project is to be completed as part of the...


Data Recovery Plan for Crismon Pueblo, AZ U:9:173 (ASM), and the Denmark School Site Within the Proposed Red Mountain Freeway Corridor, Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text T. Kathleen Henderson. Mary-Ellen Walsh-Anduze. Tiffany C. Clark.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) plans to extend the Red Mountain Freeway/SR 202L from SR 87 to US 60, resulting in the construction of nearly 18 miles of new freeway. Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), completed a Class III cultural resource survey of the proposed project area, which resulted in the identification and recording of numerous prehistoric and historic sites within the Red Mountain Freeway (RMF) corridor (Macnider et al. 1999) . Crismon Pueblo and the...


Final Report on Archaeological Testing at Crimson Pueblo, AZ U:9:173 (ASM), and The Denmark School Site Along the Red Mountain Freeway (State Route 202) Between Gilbert and Thomas Roads in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Banks L. Leonard. Rebecca J. Hill. Cory Dale Breternitz.

Archaeological testing was conducted on a portion of Crismon Pueblo (AZ U:9:173 [ASM]), the Denmark School site, and a segment of additional property between Gilbert Road and Thomas Road in the right-of-way of the Red Mountain Freeway (State Route 202) in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona. The project area was originally covered with in-use citrus orchards. Therefore, prior to the initiation of fieldwork, tree removal was conducted within and adjacent to the right-of-way, which required monitoring....


The Lehi Historic District Along the Red Mountain Freeway, Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Karolyn Jackman. Barbara Macnider.

In conjunction with an Environmental Impact Statement analysis conducted for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Red Mountain Freeway by Entranco Engineers, Inc., Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) performed cultural resource investigations of proposed alternative alignments. Much of one alternative had been previously surveyed by Soil Systems, Inc. (Landis 1987; Mitchell 1988). Additional alternative alignments and modifications thereof were examined by ACS....


Life at the River's Edge: Hohokam Irrigation and Settlement Along the Red Mountain Freeway Between the Price Freeway and McKellips Road (1998)
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Archaeological testing and data recovery were conducted along a segment of the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) corridor between the Price Freeway and McKellips Road, including a realigned segment of Dobson Road in Mesa, Arizona. Conducted under contract to Stanley Consultants, Inc., for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), the work was done in four phases (testing and data recovery for each of two segments) between October 1994 and April 1996. One site (AZ U:9:6 [ARS]) was found to...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road (2004)
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The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited-access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road
PROJECT AZTEC Engineering. Margaret Glass. Stephen W. Yost.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited-access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix A (2004)
DATASET Karolyn J. Jackman.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix B (2004)
DATASET Deborah L. Ferguson. Lourdes Aguila.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix C (2004)
DATASET John M. Rapp.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix D (2004)
DATASET Andrea Miller.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix E (2004)
DATASET Andrea Miller.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix F (2004)
DATASET Bruce G. Phillips.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix G (2004)
DATASET Bruce G. Phillips.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix J (2004)
DATASET Bruce G. Phillips.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix K (2004)
DATASET Manuel Palacios-Fest.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road, Appendix M (2004)
DATASET Bruce G. Phillips.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...


Preliminary Report on Data Recovery Efforts at the Crismon Ruin, AZ U:9:173 (ASM), Within the Proposed Red Mountain Freeway Corridor, Mesa, Arizona (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text T. Kathleen Henderson. Tiffany C. Clark.

The purpose of this report is to summarize the methods and findings of Desert Archaeology, Inc.'s, recent data recovery effort at the Crismon Ruin, due to be impacted by construction of the Red Mountain Freeway, Gilbert Road to Higley Road segment; and to provide a recommendation that the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) be allowed to proceed with construction activities as planned in said freeway corridor. The project was authorized by the Federal Highway Administration and ADOT, as...


Preliminary Results of Archaeological Testing at AZ U:10:122 (ASM) and AZ U:10:123 (ASM) within the Proposed Red Mountain Freeway Corridor (Gilbert Road to Higley Road) Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Erin Davis. Laurene Montero. Michael Stubing. Mary-Ellen Walsh.

Entranco conducted archaeological testing at AZ U:10:122 (ASM) and AZ U:10:123 (ASM) during October and November 2000. The testing was done to assess the eligibility of the two sites for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The project was completed at the request of the Arizona Department of Transportation prior to the proposed construction of the Red Mountain Freeway Gilbert Road to Higley Road segment, which will impact both AZ U:10:122 (ASM) and AZ U:10:123 (ASM)....


Preliminary Results of Archaeological Testing at AZ U:9:226 (ASM) Within the Proposed Red Mountain Freeway Corridor (Gilbert Road to Higley Road), Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona (2001)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Stubing. Mary-Ellen Walsh. Laurene Montero.

Entranco conducted archaeological testing at AZ U:9:226 (ASM) in Mesa, Maricopa County, between November 3, 2000 and March 5, 2001. The testing was completed to evaluate the eligibility of AZ U:9:226 (ASM) for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The project was conducted at the request of the Arizona Department of Transportation prior to the proposed construction of the Red Mountain Freeway (RMF), Gilbert Road to Higley Road...