Adobe Brick (Other Keyword)
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Cultural Resource Inventory of the 9000 South To 9400 South Connection, Salt Lake County, Utah (1987)
Cultural Resources Investigations at the Phillips Laboratory, Eafb, CA. 450PP (1995)
PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF AN ADOBE BRICK FROM THE 1804 CHURCH AT SANTA INES MISSION, CALIFORNIA (2002)
The primary purpose in examining an adobe brick from the 1804 Church at Santa Ines Mission was to search for phytolith evidence that a threshing sledge was used. A stone-floored threshing floor was observed at the site (Tremaine 1992). Costello notes (personal communication, February 2001) that the threshing floor might not date to the first year of the mission, which is represented by this brick. Therefore, digestion of a small quantity of adobe brick was undertaken to provide a sample of...
San Diego Presidio Excavation (1965)
Second Progress Report Fort Guijarros Underwater Cultural Resources Survey. (1981)
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park Parking Lot Construction Archaeological Monitoring Report (A.D.O.T. Roadway Improvement Program) (1995)
On September 11, 1995, construction of the parking lot at Tubac Presidio State Historic Park began west of the schoolhouse. The project area is located in the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 7, Township 21 South, Range 13 East. The Presido has been assigned site # AZ DD:8:33 ASM and the schoolhouse AZ DD:8:10 ASM. On September 11, 12, 13 and 18 archaeological monitoring was carried out during 1) grading, cutting and filling of the parking lot area, 2) excavation and capping of two wells, 3)...
Tubac School at Tubac Presidio State Park Preliminary Architectural Evaluation and Recommendations for Use (1985)
The Tubac School, one of the several elements comprising the Tubac Presidio State Park, was constructed in 1885 and is one of the earliest American public schools established in what was then the Territory of Arizona. Although no significant historical events are yet associated with the Tubac School, and many other Territorial buildings are of greater architectural interest, the School is an unusually well-preserved example of 19th Century one-room, rural schools. Today the building consists...