Burned Rock Midden (Site Type Keyword)

Parent: Midden

A large, dense concentrations, often mounded, of fire cracked rock (FCR), usually associated with large scale plant processing. Although other cultural materials may be present in the midden, FCR is usually predominant.

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Additional Buchanan Lake Sites (1938)
DOCUMENT Citation Only A. M. Woolsey.

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Alternative Perspectives On Burned Rock Middens (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Duane E. Peter.

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An Appraisal of the Archaeological Resources of the Lafayette and Patoka Reservoirs and a Report of the Test Excavation Conducted at Site HR 11 in Harrison County Indiana (1966)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James O. Bellis.

The proposed archaeological surface surveys and test excavations were conducted under the terms of Contract No. 14-10-0529-2880, and the report was submitted to the National Park Service and the United States Department of the Interior. Surveys and test excavations were conducted in the Lafayette Reservoir, Wildcat Creek, Patoka Reservoir, and the Patoka River areas in Indiana. The surveys began on June 14, and completed on July 8, 1966. The objective of these surveys was to locate and evaluate,...


Archaeological Data Recovery at a Small Portion of AZ EE:9:174 (ASM), a Prehistoric Habitation Site North of Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah L. Swartz.

Archaeological data recovery was conducted at the eastern margin of a larger site, AZ EE:9:174 (ASM), by Desert Archaeology, Inc. Four pit structures and 11 extramural features were identified and excavated. No human remains were found. The structures were all structures-in-pits oriented toward the east and the Santa Cruz River. Results from this project were limited because only a small portion of the site was investigated. Ceramic analysis suggested this portion of the site was occupied during...


Archaeological Investigations at Los Morteros, AZ AA:12:57 (ASM), Locus 1, in the Northern Tucson Basin (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Bernard-Shaw.

Evidence for Sedentary Hohokam irrigation of the floodplain below the Los Morteros site introduces the first well-documented canal systems in the Tucson Basin. In addition to the canals, two Late Archaic wells were found in association with a seasonal campsite. The presence of cultigens at the camp indicate that the advent of agriculture on the floodplain well preceded the ceramic period. The dating and development of these features at AZ AA:12:57 [ASM] contribute to the current view of the...


Archaeological Investigations at Los Morteros: A Prehistoric Settlement in the Northern Tucson Basin Complete Report, Part I (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Henry D. Wallace.

Excavations at the large Hohokam ballcourt settlement of Los Morteros, AZ AA: 12:57 (ASM), in 1987 and 1988 resulted in the identification of 770 prehistoric cultural features, including 349 structures, an adobewalled compound enclosure, and at least five discrete cemeteries in the northern and southern portions of the kilometer-long site. Ninety-eight of the structures were fully or partially excavated. Also identified were a historic canal and evidence pointing to the location of the historic...


Archaeological Investigations at Los Morteros: A Prehistoric Settlement in the Northern Tucson Basin Complete Report, Part II (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Henry D. Wallace.

Excavations at the large Hohokam ballcourt settlement of Los Morteros, AZ AA:12:57 (ASM), in 1987 and 1988 resulted in the identification of 770 prehistoric cultural features, including 349 structures, an adobe-walled compound enclosure, and at least five discrete cemeteries in the northern and southern portions of the kilometer-long site. Ninety-eight of the structures were fully or partially excavated. Also identified were a historic canal and evidence pointing to the location of the historic...


Archaeological Investigations at Sites 41Cn74, 41Cc46, and 41Cc44 / 45 in the Construction Zone At Stacy Reservoir, Coleman and Concho Counties, Texas (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William E. Batterman.

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Archaeological Investigations in Eastern Kimble County, Texas (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Wayne C. Young.

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Archaeological Mitigation at 41Bx300, Salado Creek Watershed, South-Central Texas (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul R. Katz.

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Archaeological Monitoring of Contaminated Soil Removal from the Eloy Airfield, Pinal County, Arizona (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Chad V. Kirvan. A.E. (Gene) Rogge. Ronald D. Savage.

Historical aerial photographs indicate the abandoned Eloy Airfield was developed prior to 1959 and ASLD records indicate the parcel of State Trust land on which the airport was located was leased to commercial crop dusting services from 1969 to 1981. Site investigations conducted between 1993 and 2006 documented that the parcel was contaminated with organochlorine pesticides, primarily toxaphene. In 2009, State Risk Management, which provided oversight and funding for environmental remedial...


Archaeological Site Significance Evaluations for Cienega Ventana Project (1984)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Institute for American Research.

At the sponsorship of Cienega Properties, Inc., the Institute for American Research has conducted investigations on archaeological sites located on the Cienega Ventana project area, a 300-acre land parcel located in the northeastern Tucson basin, Arizona. The sites, which contain both Archaic and Hohokam cultural materials, have been designated AZ BB:9:44, AZ BB.9.73, A Z BB:9:91, and A Z BB:9:143 by the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona.


Archaeological Study of the Timmeron Rockshelter (41 Hy 95), Hays County, South Central Texas (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only E. S. Harris.

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Archaeological Survey of East Lynn Reservoir 1964-1965
PROJECT US Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District. US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District. Edward V. McMichael. Oscar L. Mairs.

Under contract to the National Park Service, the West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey undertook an archaeological survey for cultural resources in the East Lynn Reservoir, Wayne County, West Virginia (McMichael and Mairs 1965). The principal investigators were Edward McMichael and Oscar Mairs. Fieldwork was conducted in June 1964 and April 1965. The investigation consisted of an intensive survey and shovel testing of the areas to be flooded within the East Lynn Reservoir. Fifteen sites...


An Archaeological Survey of East Lynn Reservoir, Wayne County, West Virginia (1965)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Edward V. McMichael. Oscar L. Mairs.

The East Lynn Reservoir is currently being constructed on the East Fork of Twelve Pole Creek, in Wayne County, West Virginia. This dam will be located about 3 miles upstream from the small town of East Lynn. Maximum pool after construction will be 701 feet from sea level. During the spring of 1964, the senior author made preliminary survey of the area and in the spring of 1965 the junior author conducted intensive survey and testpitting in the area to be affected by the reservoir. Generally the...


Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Comal River Watershed, Comal County, Texas (1975)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas R. Hester. F. Bass, Jr.. T. Kelly.

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An archaeological survey of Texas (1935)
DOCUMENT Citation Only E. B. (Edwin Booth) Sayles.

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Archaeological Survey On Interstate Highway 10 (1973)
DOCUMENT Citation Only D. D. Crawford.

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Archaeological Testing and Data Recovery at Two Sites in the Proposed Prison Facility ASPC--EYMAN--Meadows Unit Near Florence, Pinal County, Arizona (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mark L. Chenault. Susan B. Bierer. David A. Phillips, Jr..

This document is a report on archaeological testing and data recovery at two prehistoric sites east of Florence, Arizona. The project area is on Arizona State Trust Land in Pinal county. The project was conducted at the request of Mr. Larry Hartman of Daniel, Mann, Johnson, & Mendenhall (DMJM) of Phoenix, Arizona. Archaeological testing and data recovery were conducted by SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants, Tucson. The two archaeological sites (AZ U:15:227 and AZ U:15:229 [ASM]) are in the...


Archaeological Testing of the Pima Community College Desert Vista Campus Property: The Valencia North Project (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bruce B. Huckell.

A program of surface and subsurface testing at three archaeological loci on and adjacent to the Pima Community College (PCC) Desert Vista Campus property is described. Methods and results of systematic surface collection to accurately determine the boundaries of Locus 2 and Locus 3 of the Valencia Site (AZ BB:13:15) and one locus of AZ BB:13:74 (Locus 1) on adjacent City of Tucson property are presented. Subsurface backhoe and hand testing of all three loci is described, and is shown to reveal...


Archaeology Field Survey Reports Contributed by BLM, Arcata, CA Field Office
PROJECT Uploaded by: Melinda Salisbury

This project includes Archaeology Field Survey Reports contributed by the Bureau of Land Management's, Arcata, California field office.This initial contribution will establish a regional digital archive project whose goal is to accumulate heritage documents, greatly enhancing our ability to preserve historic resources within the North Coast Region.


Archaic and Late Prehistoric Human Ecology in the Middle Onion Creek Valley, Hays County Texas, Volume 2: Topical Studies (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert A. Ricklis. Michael B. Collins.

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Archaic and Late Prehistoric Human Ecology in the Middle Onion Creek Valley, Hays County, Texas, Volume 1: Archeological Components (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert A. Ricklis. Michael B. Collins.

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Archaic Burned Rock Midden Site (41 Bn 11), Bandera County, Texas (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only L. W. Patterson.

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Archeological Excavations in Northwestern Crockett County, Texas: 1966-1967 (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dessamae Lorrain.

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