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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 Studies, Salt River Project, Coronado Station: Addendum Report for Archaeological Survey of Tower Access Roads Along the Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line, Sitgreaves National Forest Segment (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Dana Hartman.

In accordance with the NFS guidelines in the Cultural Resources Plan for Coronado Project (1977) and the recommendations listed in the main body of this report, a monitoring program was implemented on NFS lands in order to avoid damage to identified sites and to minimize accidental destruction of previously unrecognized resources. Museum of Northern Arizona Assistant Archaeologist Steve Dosh commenced the monitoring program on February 20, 1978. While the monitoring was in progress, Dosh...


Archaeological Studies: The Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line, Sitgreaves National Forest: Assessment of Cultural Remains at Tower 270 (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William S. Marmaduke. Steve Dosh.

On March 14, 1978, William Marmaduke and Steven Dosh, archaeologists at the Museum of Northern Arizona, conducted a field assessment of "Tower 270 site" located at Tower 270 of the Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line within the Sitgreaves National Forest. Work included surface collection of all exposed artifacts and test excavation for buried cultural material. The Salt River Project, owner of the Silverking Line, had requested the assessment after the Sitgreaves National Forest made it a...


The Archaeological Test Excavations of Five Sites in the Lake Pleasant Regional Park (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text R. Thomas Euler.

During the summer of 1988, archaeologists from Archaeological Consulting Services of Tempe, Arizona, conducted an archaeological survey of seven miles of 250-foot wide road right-of-way in Lake Pleasant Regional Park located northwest of Phoenix. This survey was conducted in order to provide inventory and assessment of the cultural resources that might be affected by the construction of additional internal roads within the park boundary. This survey resulted in the identification of nine...


Archeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP, Joint Corridor, Private and Federal Lands, Navajo County, Arizona: Report for Archeological Survey of the Proposed Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP Joint Corridor (Station 3969+69.75 to 4377+01.91) (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Dana Hartman. David Kuehn.

An intensive archeological survey of about 7.7 mi. of Salt River Project (SRP) Coronado-Silverking 500 KV transmission line easement extending from just east of the Sitgreaves National Forest to the APS-SRP Joint Corridor was conducted by Museum of Northern Arizona archeologists in December, 1977. The survey was requested by Bettina Rosenberg, SRP Archeological Administrator, in a letter dated December 12, 1977. The survey was conducted and this report prepared under the stipulations and...


Cholla Project Archaeology, Volume 4, The Tonto-Roosevelt Region (1982)
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The Arizona Public Service Cholla-Saguaro Transmission Line Mitigation Project, an undertaking as large in scope as its full title suggests, began in April of 1977. It is hereafter referred to as Cholla. The project's obvious purpose was to mitigate construction impacts to prehistoric sites along that portion of the line extending from the Cholla generating plant near the Little Colorado River to the upper drainage of Devore Wash south of Lake Roosevelt, a distance of 135 transmission-line...


Passive Accumulations: Archaeological Investigations in Support of Reconstruction and Extension of Runway 12L-30R at Williams Gateway Airport, Mesa, Arizona (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Matthew E. Hill, Jr.. J. Simon Bruder.

Kimley-Hom and Associates are under contract with the Williams Gateway Airport Authority (WGAA) to provide services for design of the reconstruction and extension of Runway 12L-30R. A number of archaeological sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places (National Register) extend within the construction zone. Therefore, WGAA was required to take into account the potential for its undertakings to affect those archaeological sites under the terms of its lease agreement with the Air...


Prehistory of the St. Johns Area, East-Central Arizona: The TEP St. Johns Project (1981)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah A. Westfall.

The TEP (Tucson Electric Power) St. Johns Project was conducted by the Cultural Resource Management Section of the Arizona State Museum under contract to Tucson Electric Power Company and was designed to mitigate impacts to cultural resources located within a proposed railroad right-of-way corridor east of St. Johns, Arizona. The proposed corridor begins at a point 8 miles northeast of St. Johns and extends 27 miles southward to the proposed TEP SpringerviIle Generating Station north of...


Proposed Mead to Phoenix 500kV DC Transmission Line Project: Appendix D: Eastwing Substation and Westwing Substation Expansion: Archaeological Surveys (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Donald R. Keller. Donald E. Weaver, Jr..

Two proposed substation site alternatives along the Agua Fria River were surveyed for archaeological resources by the Museum of Northern Arizona in December 1982. One small previously recorded potsherd concentration and a number of isolated artifacts were located within the Westwing area. An extensive Hohokam site was located within the Eastwing parcel, along with a segment of the historic Marinette Heading Canal. The Westwing substation alternative is strongly recommended in preference to the...


Settlement History Along SR 88/188 From the Globe Highlands to Tonto National Monument, Arizona (2009)
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Between April 1998 and April 2005, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) conducted investigations of prehistoric and historic sites along State Route 188 (SR 188; formerly SR 88) from the junction of US 60 to Wheatfields, and from Hicks Wash to Tonto National Monument (TNM) in Gila County. These excavations were carried out under contract to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) as part of the agency’s reconstruction and realignment of SR 88/188 between the US 60 junction near...