Linear Feature (Site Type Keyword)

Parent: Road, Trail, and Related Structures or Features

Identifiable, linear archaeological remains of unknown function.

1-17 (17 Records)

Archaeological Mitigation Plan in Support of the Proposed Reconstruction and Extension of Runway 12L-30R at the Williams Gateway Airport, Mesa, Arizona (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J. Simon Bruder. Sharon K. Bauer. Melissa Keane.

The Williams Gateway Airport Authority (WGAA) is planning to reconstruct and extend Runway 12L-30R at the Williams Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona. This report describes the proposed action and archaeological sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places that are in or near the area of potential effect. The report then outlines proposed mitigation of the anticipated adverse effect. Finally, implementation of the mitigation plan is discussed with ...


Archaeological Monitoring of Excavations for the Rockhouse Habitat Project, Meddler Point, Tonto Basin Ranger District, Tonto National Forest, Gila County, Arizona (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Joshua S. Watts. Tiffany Clark.

Desert Archaeology, Inc., under contract to Salt River Project (SRP) Agricultural Improvement and Power District, has completed archaeological monitoring of excavations along the northern bank of the Salt River at the eastern end of Theodore Roosevelt Lake. The excavations were undertaken as part of the construction of riparian habitat in the Meddler Point area. Archaeological monitoring of these excavations was conducted for the purpose of compliance under Section 106 of the National Historic...


Archaeological Overview and Assessment of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Eric S. Johnson.

Previous archeological and relevant documentary research at the Cape Cod National Seashore is reviewed and evaluated. The Cape Cod National Seashore is located on what is known as the outer Cape, an area whose history goes back thousands of years, when the area's marine, estuarine, and terrestrial resources, all located in proximity to one another, drew Native Americans here. The area was an important center of Native American life into the seventeenth century, when it was the homeland of...


Class I (Overview) Survey Update of the San Carlos Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) Joint Works for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Pinal County, Arizona
PROJECT Robert Stokes. USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

As authorized under the Arizona Water Settlements Act of 2004, the San Carlos and Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) is undertaking a 10-year rehabilitation project of its irrigation system. SCIDD is the non-Indian irrigation component of the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), which provides irrigation water to the communities of Florence, Coolidge, and Casa Grande in Pinal County, Arizona. To assist with project planning, Reclamation directed Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS)...


Class I (Overview) Survey Update of the San Carlos Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) Joint Works for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Pinal County, Arizona: Photo (2009)
IMAGE Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd..

As authorized under the Arizona Water Settlements Act of 2004, the San Carlos and Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) is undertaking a 10-year rehabilitation project of its irrigation system. SCIDD is the non-Indian irrigation component of the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), which provides irrigation water to the communities of Florence, Coolidge, and Casa Grande in Pinal County, Arizona. To assist with project planning, Reclamation directed Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS)...


Class I (Overview) Survey Update of the San Carlos Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) Joint Works for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Pinal County, Arizona: Report (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Paige B. Florie. Thomas E. Jones. Robert Stokes. Glennda Luhnow.

As authorized under the Arizona Water Settlements Act of 2004, the San Carlos and Irrigation Drainage District (SCIDD) is undertaking a 10-year rehabilitation project of its irrigation system. SCIDD is the non-Indian irrigation component of the San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP), which provides irrigation water to the communities of Florence, Coolidge, and Casa Grande in Pinal County, Arizona. To assist with project planning, Reclamation directed Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS)...


A Class III Section 110 Cultural Resources Survey of 970 Acres of Bureau of Reclamation Withdrawn Lands Along the Verde River, Prescott National Forest, Yavapai County, Arizona
PROJECT Mark Hackbarth. Michael Terlep. Ted Tsouras. USDI Bureau Reclamation, Phoenix Area Office.

The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) identified approximately 970 acres of land for a Class III cultural resource survey for Section 110 inventory purposes. The land was withdrawn for the Salt River Project and is located within the Prescott National Forest (PNF), south of Camp Verde. At the request of Reclamation, Logan Simpson conducted an intensive cultural resources survey of the project area to provide baseline cultural resource data to assist in the development of density models for...


A Class III Section 110 Cultural Resources Survey of 970 Acres of Bureau of Reclamation Withdrawn Lands Along the Verde River, Prescott National Forest, Yavapai County, Arizona: Report (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Bryk. Ted Tsouras. Michael Terlep.

At the request of Reclamation, Logan Simpson conducted an intensive cultural resources survey of the project area to provide baseline cultural resource data to assist in the development of density models for planning and resource management purposes. The survey was conducted under PNF Permit No. PNF72 between November 17, 2015 and December 6, 2015. Logan Simpson identified four previously recorded sites, 38 newly recorded sites. and 35 Isolated Occurrences. One site (AR-03-09-05-569) was...


A Cultural Overview and Sample Survey of 21,440 Acres for the Salt River Project (1981)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christina G. Allen.

In September of 1980, the Office of Contract Archeology conducted a Phase I archeological overview and 10% sample survey of the 21,440 acre Salt River Project located in two parcels some 10 miles (6.2 kms.) north of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. The purpose of the study was to obtain information which would help the Salt River Project to formulate long-range plans concerning the development of a subsurface coal mine in that region. Part of this investigation was an archival search which uncovered...


A Cultural Resources Survey of 84.3 Acres of Tonto National Forest and Private Lands for the SRP Silver King to Goldfield 230kV Upgrade, North of Superior, Pinal County, Arizona (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David A. Bild.

SRP is planning to upgrade the current carrying capacity of 18.3 miles of the existing Silver King to Goldfield 230kV line. In order to accomplish this, SRP plans to “bundle” the existing 230kV conductors by adding a second conductor to each of the three existing single-conductor phases. To add the new conductors, SRP will need to re-open some original access roads, and the selected wire, puller, sleeving, and anchor sites used during the original 1978 line construction. The existing...


Draft: Treatment and Work Plan for Archaeological Investigations and Monitoring at Eight Sites Along the Southwest Valley 500 kV Transmission Line Project, Maricopa County, Arizona (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kris Dobschuetz. Matthew E. Hill, Jr.. Sharon K. Bauer.

APS and SRP were issued a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (CEC) by the Arizona Corporation Commission for their Southwest Valley 500kV Transmission Line Project (Southwest Valley Project). The project consists of approximately 37 miles of 500 kilovolt (kV) transmission line to interconnect electric generation resources in the west valley with the existing 230kV system in the metropolitan Phoenix area.


Final Report for Plan 6 Supplemental Cultural Resource Surveys (1985)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Margerie Green.

This final report includes eight reports representing close to 6,000 acres of survey performed in the vicinity of the planned New Waddell Dam. The survey areas include locations for geologic test trenches, road relocations, borrow areas, spillways, and the Waddell Canal. These surveys yielded a total of 43 sites and 2018 loci of isolated artifacts. All but one of the sites were located in two borrow areas. These two study areas evidence differences in use of habitation, agriculture and artifact...


The Ford Plantation Project, Georgia
PROJECT Thomas G. Whitley. Scott Butler. The Ford Plantation L.L.C. (Richmond Hill, Georgia).

Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted an intensive Phase I cultural resources survey and Phase II testing project in 1998, for the Ford Plantation Development, in Bryan County, Georgia. The project encompassed approximately 720 hectares (1,800 acres). Survey consisted of background archival research (to locate previously identified cultural resources and to assess the potential for new discovery), fieldwork (excavation of shovel test probes, pedestrian reconnaissance, and 2 by 2 meter test...


The Ford Plantation Project: Archaeological Data Recovery at Cherry Hill Plantation (9BN49/56/57), Bryan County, Georgia (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas G. Whitley. Connie M. Huddleston. Jennifer J. Webber. Dea Mozingo.

The Ford Plantation Development includes an area of roughly 720 hectares (1800 acres) in Bryan County, Georgia, along the south bank of the Ogeechee River. The residential community and recreational complex now occupies land that first saw European settlement in the 1730s and has long been the domain of both prehistoric and historic period Native American occupations. In 1998 Brockington and Associates, Inc., was contracted to conduct a Phase I Archaeological and Historic Architectural Survey of...


The Ford Plantation Project: Archaeological Data Recovery at Silk Hope Plantation (9BN58 & 9BN176), Bryan County, Georgia (2003)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas G. Whitley. Connie M. Huddleston. Jennifer J. Webber. Dea Mozingo.

The Ford Plantation Development includes an area of roughly 720 hectares (1,800 acres) in Bryan County, Georgia, along the south bank of the Ogeechee River. The residential community and recreational complex now occupies land that first saw European settlement in the 1730s and has long been the domain of both prehistoric and historic period Native American occupations. In 1998 Brockington and Associates, Inc., was contracted to conduct a Phase I Archaeological and Historic Architectural Survey...


The Importance of Cultural Resource Management to Industrial Archaeology (2019)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel Dellosso.

Cultural resource management (CRM) and industrial archaeology are newer fields to the broad scope of archeology. CRM and industrial archaeology both have methods on identifying and processing cultural resources, but CRM can provide valuable methods on preserving, reusing or identifying industrial heritage. This paper will display how CRM and industrial archaeology are needed together to fully understand the cultural importance and physical important of the building in the past and present.


Results of Geophysical Survey and Historic Names Reasearch Of The California Trail Segments Located Within The Boundaries Of The City of Rocks National Reserve, Cassia County, Idaho (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Albert M. LeBeau III. Ashley Barnett. Curtis H. Sedlacek.

The City of Rocks National Reserve is a location with ties to America’s emigrant past. The primary significance at the Reserve is the California Trail and associated features. The National Park Service’s National Trails Intermountain Region requested the National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center assist the City of Rocks National Reserve in geophysical survey and historic names research projects. The projects utilized geophysical prospection techniques to answer questions posed by the...