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Across the Western Canal: Archaeological Monitoring and Limited Data Recovery for the Ken McDonald Golf Course Irrigation Water Line Project, Tempe, Arizona (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Matthew E. Hill, Jr..

The monitoring and data recovery efforts described in this report were performed in conjunction with the city of Tempe's installation of three new irrigation water lines to support operation of the Ken McDonald Golf Course, located in Tempe, Arizona. The water lines were installed beneath the Western Canal; to do this, two bore pits were required at each of the three water line bridge locations. The initiate bore pits were excavated west of the canal and measure approximately 13- by 32-foot in...


AR-03-12-02-1069 Arizona Site Steward File (1992)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J. S. Gary. S. Germick. Scott Wood. Elaine Zamora.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the AR-03-12-02-1069 site, comprised of a 19-room masonry compound and artifact scatter, located on Tonto National Forest land. The file consists of a site data form, cultural resources preliminary inventory form, and two maps of the site location. The earliest dated document is from 1992.


Archaeological Clearance Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station, Concho Well Field, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Clearance and Mitigation Investigations for One Access Road, One Observation Well and One Production Well in the Concho Well Field (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark Stiger.

On February 20, 1976, the Museum of Northern Arizona, at the request of the Salt River Project, conducted an archaeological survey of a proposed access road right-of-way, an observation well and a production well in the Concho Well Field, five miles north of Concho, Arizona. During the survey, one archaeological site was encountered in the proposed access road right-of-way. On March 7, 1976, the site was collected and recorded. This action constitutes mitigation of adverse effects for this site...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project - Coronado Generating Stations Patterson Well Fields, Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Survey of Five Proposed Observation Well-Production Well Locations and Associated Access Routes (1977)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark B. Sant.

On December 22, 1976, an archaeological clearance investigation was conducted at five locations in the Patterson Well Fields. During the field investigations four archaeological sites were observed, recorded, and specific in field recommendations given. All proposed well locations were located or relocated away from cultural deposits and can therefore be recommended for archaeological clearance. A brief description of the archaeological investigations, site descriptions, as well as specific...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project Coronado - Silverking Transmission Line 7.5 mi. Segment of SRP Line from Eastern Sitgreaves National Forest Boundary to APS-SRP Common Corridor, Federal Land, Navajo County, Arizona: Report for Archaeological Survey of 24 Proposed Tower Locations and Associated Access Roads Along 7.5 mi. of the Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line Within Sitgreaves National Forest (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William S. Marmaduke. Dana Hartman. Donna R. Howard.

At the request of The Salt River Project, archeologists from the Museum of Northern Arizona surveyed 24 tower locations and their associated access roads for the 7.5 mile segment of the Coronado-Silverking 500 kV transmission line in the Sitgreaves National Forest. The request for the survey came from Bettina Rosenberg, archeological administrator for The Salt River Project, in a letter dated January 12, 1978. The Coronado-Silverking transmission line is the main conduit to the Phoenix...


Archaeological Investigations: Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line 500kV and 230kV Corridor Segment from Silverking Substation West to Tonto National Forest Boundary, Federal (Tonto National Forest) and Private Lands, Pinal County, Arizona: Final Report for Archaeological Clearance Survey of 14.8 mi of Extra High Voltage Transmission Line Corridor, 2.0 mi of Substation Access Road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV Transmission Line Alignment, Silverking Substation Area, Tonto National Forest (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald Keller.

15 mi of Extra High Voltage transmission line corridor, 2 mi of access road, and 0.9 mi of 115kV transmission line from the Silverking Substation were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in April, 1978. Twelve prehistoric and historic Anglo-American affiliation archaeological sites were identified along the EHV corridor between the Silverking Substation and the Tonto National Forest boundary. An isolated recent feature, not given a site designation, was found...


Archaeological Monitoring and Surface Collection at Two Sites in Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, Gila County, Arizona (1991)
DOCUMENT Full-Text JoAnn E. Kisselburg. Kim Adams. Walter Punzmann. Barbara S. Macnider.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) monitored blading and trenching activities in the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. The monitoring, which included surface artifact collection, was conducted to mitigate the impacts to cultural resources by the construction of a parking lot and the installation of underground utility lines. The work was completed under archaeological permit 91-18 issued by the Arizona state Museum. This survey identified a moderately dense lithic scatter in the...


Bechtel Power Corporation 1978 Arizona Station Plant Site Study, Salt River Project, State and Private Lands, Apache and Navajo Counties, Arizona: An Addendum to Preliminary Draft for Phase I: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Research (1974)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James E. Bradford. Peter J. Pilles, Jr..

As a result of the Salt River Project consultant's meeting on June 18, 1974, additional, more current information on the Arizona Station Project was made available to the Museum of Northern Arizona. Because of this, it was decided that the archaeological recommendations for the project should be reviewed and re-submitted. This report discusses the new developments and presents the basis for conclusions made regarding the archaeological assessments.


Burnt Corral Ruin Arizona Site Steward File (1971)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bob Armstrong. J. S. Wood.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the Burnt Corral Ruin, located on Tonto National Forest land. The site is comprised of artifact scatter, a masonry compound, hearth, roasting pit, and the remnants of a corral; and indicates usage by Salado, Apache, and Euroamerican cultural groups. The file consists of a heritage inventory form and archaeological site inventory form. The earliest dated document is from 1971.


A Cultural Resources Sample Survey of Operation Zones, Barry M. Goldwater Range, Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffrey H. Altschul. Bruce A. Jones.

From June to September 1989, Statistical Research conducted a non-collection Class II cultural resources survey of 5,200 acres within the R2301W segment of the Barry M. Goldwater Range in Yuma County, Arizona. The areas targeted for survey conformed to topographic surfaces on which archaeologists had found sites in the past. These areas were concentrated in the Baker Peaks and northern Copper Mountain regions as well as the eastern flanks of the Tinajas Altas and Gila Mountain ranges. The...


A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Hassayampa-Jojoba Transmission Line, Maricopa County, Arizona (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Regina L. Chapin-Pyritz. Matthew Hill, Jr..

GBPP (Gila Bend Power Partners) proposes to construct and operate a 500kV transmission line, which will deliver electrical power from the Hassayampa Switchyard south of Wintersburg, Arizona to the Jojoba Switchyard currently under construction in south-central Maricopa County, Arizona. The project will increase the transmission of electrical power into areas surrounding metropolitan Phoenix, and will promote economic development of benefit to the people of Arizona. GBPP retained EPG...


Dead Horse Ranch State Park: An Archeological Overview (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Timothy J. Price.

On February 27, 1974, the Arizona State Parks Board adopted a Master Plan for Dead Horse State Ranch. The park covers some 320 acres. Though the proposed development plan has been altered on several occasions, it has included the construction of three man-made lakes for public fishing, the preservation of natural wildlife habitats and archaeological sites with appropriate interpretive programs, as well as the creation of hiking trails to afford recreational opportunities. Camping areas with...


Kentuck Ridge Ruin Arizona Site Steward File (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J.S. Wood. Morris. Stone.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the Kentuck Ruin site, located on Tonto National Forest land. The site is comprised of a masonry pueblo of more than 100 rooms with accompanying lithic and ceramic scatter, burials, bedrock mortars, and outlying structures. The file consists of a Tonto National Forest heritage inventory form, hand drawn site maps, two Arizona State University site survey forms, a page with a brief handwritten site description, a site information card, and a map of the...


Sheep Hill Arizona Site Steward File (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kevin Boness. Al Hendricks. John Madsen. Keith Pajkos. E. Pasanea. Ken Rozen.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the Sheep Hill site, comprised of Sinagua pit houses and a field house with accompanying artifact scatter, located on State Trust land. The file consists of 11 Arizona State Museum archaeological survey forms. The earliest dated document is from 1986.


Velarde Community Ditch Project - New Mexico Phase III (Ditch Rehabilitation): Cultural Resources Investigations (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Alaina Harmon

The on-the-ground survey of the ditches was designed to locate any remnants of prehistoric activities and to note the historic and historic/modern structures and use areas which reflect the past and intertwine with the ditches and fields to create the ambient that is the San Juan Valley. The notations and locations have been used to ensure that carrying out Stage III of the project would disturb or destroy as few resources as possible and to contribute to the general knowledge of the history of...