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Archaeological Resource Report: Arizona Highway Department Project F-043-1 (1), Hohokam Freeway (1973)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Laurens C. Hammack.

The following report has been prepared by the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson, at the request of the Environmental Planning Division of the Arizona Highway Department as an aid in identifying the impact of the proposed improvement on the archaeological resources of the region. Data presented has been gathered from two primary sources; a) archaeological survey of all areas to be utilized in construction, and b) archival and published material pertaining to the prehistory of...


A Cultural Resources Assessment of Potential Routes for the Salt River Project's Proposed 230 kV Electric Transmission Line in District 4 of the Gila River Indian Community, Maricopa and Pinal Counties, Arizona (2013)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christopher P. Garraty.

This report presents the results of a Cultural Resources Assessment (Class I Records Search, with limited supplemental fieldwork) by the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) Cultural Resource Management Program (CRMP) for the proposed construction of a 230 kV electric transmission line in District 4 of the GRIC, Maricopa and Pinal Counties, Arizona (CRMP Project No. 2012.36x0). Implementation of the proposed undertaking will require approval from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Pima Agency....


The Hohokam Expressway Project: A Study of Prehistoric Irrigation in the Salt River Valley, Arizona (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text W. Bruce Masse.

In 1970, and again in 1972, archaeologists from the Highway Salvage Program of the Arizona State Museum intensively surveyed the route of the proposed Hohokam Expressway in Phoenix, Arizona. This expressway was proposed in order to connect Interstate 10 with 44th Street and provide a north-south access route across the Salt River to relieve the traffic congestion caused by periodic flooding of the river (Fig. 1). Because a portion of the proposed right-of-way runs adjacent to Pueblo Grande and...


Hohokam Irrigation and Agriculture on the Western Margin of Pueblo Grande: Archaeology for the PHX Sky Train Project (2015)
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The results of phased data recovery efforts for the City of Phoenix Aviation Department in advance of construction of the PHX Sky Train are presented in this report. Investigations were conducted within the Sky Train's 44th Street Station area, located immediately west of 44th Street and south of the Grand Canal in Phoenix, Arizona. Twelve medium to large prehistoric canals were encountered during the project, which was an anticipated discovery given the project's location northwest of the Park...


Tracks through Time: The Archaeology of the METRO Light Rail Corridor, Volume II: Investigations at Pueblo Grande and La Plaza, and Water Management (2011)
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This book presents the results of the archaeological investigations that were conducted along then Light Rail route before and during its construction. As with any project that receives federal funding, METRO was legally required to undertake archaeological investigations along the project corridor; but production of this volume reflects not only METRO's commitment to legal compliance with environmental laws, but also the commitment of the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa to preserve and...


Tracks through Time: Urban Archaeology along the METRO Light Rail Corridor, Volume I: Introduction, Background, and Preliminary Field Studies (2011)
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This book presents the results of the archaeological investigations that were conducted along then Light Rail route before and during its construction. As with any project that receives federal funding, METRO was legally required to undertake archaeological investigations along the project corridor; but production of this volume reflects not only METRO's commitment to legal compliance with environmental laws, but also the commitment of the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa to preserve and...


Tracks through Time: Urban Archaeology along the METRO Light Rail Corridor, Volume IV, Part II: Paleoethnobiological Analyses and Archaeological Synthesis (2011)
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This book presents the results of the archaeological investigations that were conducted along then Light Rail route before and during its construction. As with any project that receives federal funding, METRO was legally required to undertake archaeological investigations along the project corridor; but production of this volume reflects not only METRO's commitment to legal compliance with environmental laws, but also the commitment of the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa to preserve and...