Archaeological Feature (Site Type Keyword)
A localized area containing evidence of human activity. Use more specific term(s) if possible.
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05-16-2088 Short Form, Cultural Resource Management Report: Big Trees Prescribed Burn, Stanislaus National Forest, Calaveras Ranger District. (1999)
05-16-2089, Short Form Cultural Resource Management Report, Beaver Creek Prescribed Underburn, Stanislaus National Forest, Calaveras Ranger District. (1997)
1. Archaeological Excavations at Scull Shoals Mounds (9GE4), 1983 and 1985. By Mark Williams, 1992 (8.3 MB).
Small collection of large format maps from the PIA 90 Report
1850 New Philadelphia Federal Census
1855 New Philadelphia State Census
1860 New Philadelphia Federal Census
This document is letter from Regional Archaeologist Albert Schroeder to the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument Superintendent. This 1864 letter portion is in regard to a communication from Charles Poston, who was the Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Arizona at the time. The letter was sent to Wm. P. Dole who was then the Commissoner of Indian Affairs. It is a general review of the condition of the Great House and a request for funds for excavation.
1865 New Philadelphia State Census
1870 New Philadelphia Federal Census
1880 New Philadelphia Federal Census
This project contains documents relative to the 1892-1992 centennial of Casa Grande Ruins National Monument including a book and related documents and images from an administratve history of Casa Grande Ruins National Monument prepared by A. Berle Clemensen. Additional Documents include the scanned figures and images used in the publication. These documents were prepared for the National Park Service.
Local-scale rendition of the location of Fort St. Joseph, creator unknown, believed to have been drawn around 1900.
These documents are a collection of administrative correspondence to and from Casa Grande Ruins National Monument between 1917 and 1930.
Harold Gladwin's 1928 Excavations at Grande Ruins includes Gladwins investigations in 1927 at Casa Grande Ruins, the Grewe site, and Adamsville. While still at the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, Gladwin conducted excavations at sites along the middle Gila River in an effort to create a ceramic typology for the area.
This project is documentation of excavations done at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument by Russell Hastings.
This project includes compiled and scanned portions of reports from 1930-1940. Frank Pinkley, who was the superintendent of the Southwestern Monuments, frequently added a rumination portion to the Southwestern Monument reports. These ruminations provide a unique look into the personality, insight and sense of humor of Frank Pinkley
This project contains hand drawn topographic maps from 1931. Due to the sensitive nature of this data, permission is required to access this data.
This document is a detailed sketch and description of the shelter built over the Great House at the Casa Grande National Monument. The sketch and description detail the dimensions of the shelter along with materials used and the engineering firm, Allen Bros. Inc., Los Angeles, CA, that installed the shelter. The document also discusses difficulties encountered and the danger of damage to the Great House during construction.
These images show various excavations related to the 1933 and 1934 Hastings CWA project at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. The photographs detail many artifacts discovered along with pit houses. The photographs are poorly documented and do not list provenience of the excavations.
These images display the 1948 stabilization efforts on outer walls and buildings of Compound A at the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. Included are photographs of pre-stabilization, during stabilization and post stabilization. The photographs indicate the poor condition of structures prior to stabilization. The photographs also show the use and application of chicken wire to the structures.
This book regards the histories of the Southwest and its peoples from approximately 200 A.D. to 1450 A.D.