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Archaeology of the Salado in the Livingston Area of Tonto Basin, Roosevelt Platform Mound Study: Report on the Livingston Management Group, Pinto Creek Complex. Part 1 (1994)

DOCUMENT [ID: 398709] Uploaded by: system user

Platform mounds appeared about 100 years later in the Tonto Basin than in the more southerly parts of the Sonoran Desert (e.g., Hayden 1957:186-189; Fish et al. 1992). The first small mounds were built in the Tonto Basin in the decades following A.D. 1250, but the concept gained rapid acceptance, and by the mid-1300s, the 50-kilometer length of the basin was dominated by ten large, regularly spaced mounds (Wood 1989). The mounds and their associated communities were occupied until shortly after...


Archaeology of the Salado in the Livingston Area of Tonto Basin, Roosevelt Platform Mound Study: Report on the Livingston Management Group, Pinto Creek Complex. Part 2 (1994)

DOCUMENT [ID: 394285] Uploaded by: Claudine Gravel-Miguel

This report is the second part of the third site description volume for the Roosevelt Platform Mound Study. The two-part report describes the archaeology and artifacts of sites in the Pinto Creek Complex, Livingston Management Group located east of Pinto Creek. The chapters in this part of the report describe the analyses and results of recovered data, including ceramics, lithics, ground stone, shell, special artifacts, physical anthropology, pollen, plant remains,and faunal remains.


Roosevelt Platform Mound Study: Pinto Creek Complex, Livingston Area Sites, Pillar Mound, Pinto Point Sites, Pinto Point Mound

PROJECT [ID: 394034] USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office. Glen E. Rice. Charles Redman.

This project includes the RPMS 03 (presented in two volumes) and the data sets from sites reported by this study. The report is the third site description volume for the RPMS, an eight-year archaeological research project in the Tonto Basin of central Arizona that began in April 1989. It is funded by the Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior and is conducted by the Office of Cultural Resource Management in the Department of Anthropology at Arizona State University. The work was...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America