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The Digital Legacy of Public Archaeology in the Phoenix Basin, Arizona (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text M. Scott Thompson. Jon Czaplicki. Lauren Jelinek.

Federal undertakings, particularly flood control and water transmission projects, have served as the impetus for some of the largest public archaeology projects in Arizona since the 1950s. The Central Arizona Project, a 336 mile diversion canal that distributes water from the Colorado River into central and southern Arizona, was the largest and most costly transmission system constructed in the United States. It took nearly 25 years to identify and mitigate the cultural resources within the...


Intensive Cultural Resource Survey of Lake Pleasant Regional Park, Maricopa and Yavapai Counties, Arizona
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

In the summers of 1979 and 1980, Arizona State University (ASU) conducted a cultural resources survey of Lake Pleasant Regional Park (LPRP) (Rice and Bostwick 1986). The completion of New Waddell Dam in 1993, increasing recreational development, and new park boundaries spurred the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) to survey the park. Reclamation performed the new survey on their land to fulfill their Section 110 requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act. Upon completion of the...


Intensive Cultural Resource Survey of Lake Pleasant Regional Park, Maricopa and Yavapai Counties, Arizona (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jerryll Moreno.

In the summers of 1979 and 1980, Arizona State University (ASU) conducted a cultural resources survey of Lake Pleasant Regional Park (LPRP) (Rice and Bostwick 1986). The completion of New Waddell Dam in 1993, increasing recreational development, and new park boundaries spurred the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) to survey the park. Reclamation performed the new survey on their land to fulfill their Section 110 requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act. Upon completion of the...


Lake Pleasant Condition Assessments for 41 Sites
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

In November and December 2009, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) re-visited 41 sites in Lake Pleasant Regional Park. ACS archaeologists documented the sites and assessed their current state of preservation. This project contains photo documentation of the assessment work.


Lake Pleasant Condition Assessments for 41 Sites: Photo Log (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.. Christopher Rayle.

In November and December 2009, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) re-visited 41 sites in Lake Pleasant Regional Park to evaluate the sites' conditions. The photo log for the project contains detailed information for the select project photos. The photos can be found at: https://core.tdar.org/image/393019.


Lake Pleasant Condition Assessments for 41 Sites: Select Photos (2009)
IMAGE Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd..

In November and December 2009, Archaeological Consulting Services, Inc. (ACS) re-visited 41 known archaeological sites in Lake Pleasant Regional Park. ACS archaeologists documented and assessed the condition of the sites. This record includes select photos from the assessment work.


Lake Pleasant Regional Park Cultural Resources Management Plan
PROJECT USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

In the early 2000's, Lake Pleasant Regional Park (LPRP or the Park) was in an undeveloped portion of Maricopa County, Arizona. Population growth in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area over the past 30 years, however, resulted in the expansion of new housing developments along the edges of the city. It was increasingly clear that the park was becoming part of an urban landsape, and that the park's resources were experiencing increased impacts. In 2004, Archaeological Consulting Services,...


Lake Pleasant Regional Park Cultural Resources Management Plan, Maricopa and Yavapai Counties, Arizona (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: M Scott Thompson

Lake Pleasant Regional Park (LPRP or the Park) was in an undeveloped portion of Maricopa County, Arizona. However, population growth exploded in the Phoenix area in the past 30 years and new housing developments expanded and are still expanding ever northward. It is just a matter of time before the Park becomes part of the Valley of the Sun's crowded urban landscape. With an expansion in population will come an increase in land use demands and resource impacts. The purpose of the Cultural...