Hodges Site (Site Name Keyword)

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Archaeological Testing at the Eastern Margin of the Hodges Site (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah L. Swartz.

The Flowing Wells Fire District is constructing a fire station and is planning to build an administration building. Archaeological testing was undertaken because the construction parcel lies within the boundaries of a known archaeological site, the Hodges site, AZ AA:12:18 (ASM), and prehistoric remains were uncovered dining preliminary construction activities. Twenty-four archaeological features were recorded during the testing phase. They include 10 pithouses, 4 possible pithouses, 5...

Limited Excavation at the Eastern Margin of the Hodges Site (1996)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah L. Swartz.

The excavations conducted on the fire station parcel for the Flowing Wells Fire District were situated on the eastern margin of the Hodges site, AZ AA:12:18 (ASM). During the testing phase, 24 features were identified in backhoe trenches, and the eastern boundary of the Hodges site, AZ AA:12:18 (ASM), was defined. The limited excavation phase focused solely on features that would be impacted by construction. Two pit-houses and two trash concentrations were excavated or sampled. Although the...

River Basin Surveys Papers, No. 5: The Hodges Site (1953)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Herbert W. Dick. Sheldon Judson.

The excavation of the Hodges site was undertaken during August 1947, because the site was being looted by workmen from construction projects nearby. The site actually was not in danger of inundation but was being destroyed as completely as it would have been had the site fallen within the pool area. Secondary factors were to aid the geologist in determining the date of an alluvial deposit through cultural material and to obtain and record additional archeological evidence for determining...

River Basin Surveys Papers: Inter-Agency Archaeological Salvage Program, No. 1-6 (1953)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr. Waldo R. Wedel. Marvin F. Kivett. Joe B. Wheat. Marshall T. Newman. Sheldon Judson. Joseph Caldwell.

The Inter-Agency program for the recovery of archeological and paleontological remains which would otherwise be lost as a result of the numerous projects for Hood control, irrigation, hydroelectric installations, and navigation improvements in the river basins of the United States got under way in 1946 as a cooperative effort on the part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service, the Bureau of Reclamation, and the Corps of Engineers of the United States Army. Preliminary steps...