Tumacacori National Historical Park (Site Name Keyword)
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The Western Archeological and Conservation Center (WACC) reports of archaeological excavation and survey projects within the boundaries of Tumacacori National Historical Park (formerly Tumacácori National Monument).
Excavations at Tumacacori, 1979/1980: Historic Archeology at Tumacacori National Monument, Arizona (1981)
The Western Archeological and Conservation Center conducted excavations in the Campo Santo (cemetery), granary, and convento area of Tumacacori National Honument, Arizona, prior to a series of stabilization projects within the mission complex. A trench dug by C. Hichael Barton in the Campo Santo revealed a series of well-defined occupation levels from the early mission period. This area was found to be associated with secular functions and domestic activities, indicating that the Campo Santo...
Tumacacori Plaza Excavation, 1979: Historical Archeology at Tumacacori National Monument, Arizona (1981)
Excavations conducted at Tumacacori National Monument, Arizona in 1979 recovered data that would have been destroyed by the installation of an underground drainage system in the Franciscan mission plaza and adjacent to the west wall of the mission church. This system was designed to aid in the stabilizaton of the historic structures. This report describes the surprisingly intact stratigraphy of the excavated area. Features and deposits were grouped into four areas of associated deposits and...