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Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Coronado Generating Station Coal Exploration Project, Salt River Project, State and Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Drill Site Location and Access Route Clearance Surveys in the North Zuni and South Zuni Coal Area (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Roy D. Hunt.

At the request of the Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona has inspected a series of coal exploration drill site locations on state and private lands in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. A total of three archaeological sites was recorded during the course of the investigations. No archaeological materials are present on staked locations and access routes, although one drill site location and one access route were moved to avoid archaeological sites. Archaeological clearance...


Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Well Fields, Private Land, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Drill and Observation Site Locations and Access Route Clearance Survey in the Concho Area (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Dana Hartman.

On July 15, 1975, the Museum of Northern Arizona, at the request of the Salt River Project, surveyed a drill site location 4.5 mi. north of Concho, Arizona. Associated with this drill site were two observation sites and an access road. An archaeological site was recorded on one of the proposed observation sites, and it is recommended that this observation site be moved to avoid the archaeological remains. The remainder of the flagged areas are recommended for archaeological clearance.


Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station Well Fields, Private Land, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Three Monitoring Site Locations and Access Route (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Richard A. Brook.

On September 16, 1975, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted clearance investigations of three drill holes and one access road on private land in Apache County, Arizona. No archaeological sites were recorded, and therefore clearance is recommended for the drill sites and access road as now flagged.


Archaeological Investigations: Dames & Moore, Salt River Project, Coronado Station Coal Haul Railroad, Apache County, Arizona: Addendum to Final Report for Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Phase I Consultation for the Proposed A-2 Alignment of the Salt River Project Coronado Station Coal Haul Railroad (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gale McPherson.

At the request of Dames & Moore, consultants to Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona, has conducted an archaeological impact study of a proposed railroad in eastern Arizona. The study is designed to characterize the archaeological resources in the project area, providing Dames & Moore with information to evaluate potential impact of the project on the resources. The alignment, designated "D-2", is one of two proposed routes for a coal haul railroad from Coronado Station near St....


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project - Coronado Generating Station Railroad Spur Line, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Survey of Three Proposed Sub-Ballast Borrow Areas (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark B. Sant.

In September 1977, at the request of Salt River Project (SRP), an archaeological clearance investigation of three sub-ballast borrow areas along the SRP-Coronado Railroad Line, was conducted by the Museum of Northern Arizona. During the course of investigations 12 archaeological sites were recorded. A brief description of the investigations, the project area, and archaeological sitaution encountered is given. In addition, as a consequence of the preliminary results of the survey, archaeological...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Project, State, Federal, and Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Investigations for Test Trench Locations Along the Proposed Coronado Generating Station Pipeline Corridor (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James E. Bradford.

The Museum of Northern Arizona has conducted archaeological investigations in areas selected by Salt River Project for subsurface testing for the proposed Coronado Generating Station Pipeline. A total of 18 such locations were inspected and the results and recommendations of these archaeological investigations are presented in this report. This file includes related correspondence.


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Investigations of Proposed Drill Hole Locations in T13N, R28E, Sec. 24, East of St. Johns (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James E. Bradford.

At the request of Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted archaeological investigations in two 200 ft. wide corridors east-northeast of St. Johns, Arizona. Archaeological survey was conducted in order to determine if any archaeological material would be negatively impacted as a result of drilling operations related to tests being conducted for construction of an evaporation pond associated with the Coronado Generating Station plant site. An extensive historic and prehistoric...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Subsidiary Archaeological Investigations Associated with the Coronado Generating Station (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James E. Bradford.

During the period of September 1974 and March 1975, the Museum of Northern Arizona, at the request of Salt River Project, conducted various archaeological surveys on private lands being considered for development in association with the Coronado Generating Station plant site and related facilities. In all, 22 drill hole locations and one tract of land scheduled for construction of a stock watering tank were investigated to determine the presence of any archaeological materials which might be...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station, Concho Wellfield, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Concho Wellfield C7 Collector Pipeline Survey, Preferred and Alternate Alignments (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald R. Keller.

Two alternate alignments for the Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Concho wellfield C7 collector pipeline were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in September, 1976. One previously unrecorded archaeological site was discovered. A project description, a site description, and archaeological clearance recommendations are given.


Archaeological Monitoring of the Construction at a Section of the Coronado Transmission System, Silverking to Kyrene (OCRM-78-173) (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Glen E. Rice. Bruce Larson.

The Salt River Project, at the request of the Bureau of Land Management, contracted with the Office of Cultural Resource Management, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, for archaeological monitoring of the construction of access roads and 3 towers which form part of the 500 kV transmission line being constructed by SRP from the Tonto National Forest boundary northeast of Florence to the existing Kyrene substation south of Tempe, Arizona. The monitoring was requested by the...


Archaeological Studies: Salt River Project, Coronado Station: A Survey of the Proposed Additional Coronado Station Access Road (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Alan Dulaney.

At the request of the Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an archaeological clearance investigation of a proposed additional access road to the Coronado Generating Station near St. Johns, Arizona. Bettina H. Rosenberg, Archaeological Administrator for the Salt River Project, requested this survey in telephone conversation on March 2, 1978. This file includes related correspondence.


Coronado and Spanish Colonial and American Indian Trade at Pecos National Historical Park, New Mexico: Archaeological Evidence (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Douglas Scott.

Spain's first contact with Pecos Pueblo occurred in 1541 when Francisco Coronado besiege the site. Formal trade began about 1590 and continued until the Pueblo was abandoned in the 1830s.  Spain's entrada in northern New Mexico superceded a vibrant trade with the Plains Apached and Comanche that had been on-going for over 150 years prior to contact.  A intense metal detecting sampling suvery of selected areas of Pecos National Historical Park resulted in the finding of over 1350 metal targets....


Salt River Project Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Coronado Generating Station Plant Site Coal Haul Railroad, Private, State, and Federal Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Appendix II: A Proposal for the Mitigation of 47 Archaeological Sites Located Within the Right-of-Way of the Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Plant Site Coal Haul Railroad (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J. James Trott.

At the request of Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona has prepared a proposal and cost estimate for Phase III investigations along the proposed Salt River Project Coronado Generating Station Coal Haul Railroad. These Phase III investigations will consist of an impact mitigation program designed to recover that portion of the archaeological manifestations located within the right-of-way of the proposed Coal Haul Railroad. A total of 47 archaeological sites are recorded within the...