40th Street (Geographic Keyword)
1-3 (3 Records)
An archaeological testing program was undertaken for Salt River Project (SRP) on a parcel of private land being considered as a site for a future SRP substation. The project area, which lies near the prehistoric Hohokam village of Las Canopas (AZ U:9:46 [ASU]), totals about 2.6 acres, just over three percent of which was sampled with a combination of systematically and judgementally places backhoe trenches. No subsurface features were ...
The Hohokam Expressway Project: A Study of Prehistoric Irrigation in the Salt River Valley, Arizona (1976)
In 1970, and again in 1972, archaeologists from the Highway Salvage Program of the Arizona State Museum intensively surveyed the route of the proposed Hohokam Expressway in Phoenix, Arizona. This expressway was proposed in order to connect Interstate 10 with 44th Street and provide a north-south access route across the Salt River to relieve the traffic congestion caused by periodic flooding of the river (Fig. 1). Because a portion of the proposed right-of-way runs adjacent to Pueblo Grande and...
SRP Facilities and Federal Properties Reconnaissance (2002)
This report was conducted by URS Corporation in January of 2002. It identifies SRP water and irrigation facilities and federal properties that could be impacted by a lightrail crossing. There also are notes requesting SRP identification of features. The areas covered in this reconnaissance include the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa. Most of the impacted features are gate structures and laterals.