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Archaeological Studies, Salt River Project, Coronado Station, State, Federal, and Private Lands, East Central Arizona: Research Design for Archaeological Investigations at the Coronado Generating Station, Draft Review Copy (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William S. Marmaduke.

The Coronado Station Archaeological Project is studying the variation in prehistoric economy and economic structure over space and through time. The station — a 1050 megawatt, coal-fired electric generating plant presently under construction for Salt River Project — dominates the horizon northeast of St. Johns, Arizona. - Corridors for transmission lines, water pipe lines, and a railroad spur radiate north and west from the main plant site, crossing in their passage most of the environmental...

Archaeology Investigations In the LaMoure-Oakes Project Area, Garrison Diversion, North Dakota (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kent N. Good. James C. Dahlberg. William Tibesar. Susan Vehik.

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