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Archaeological Excavations in the Carrizo Wash Valley, East-Central Arizona: Data Recovery on the Fence Lake Mine Transportation Corridor, Volume II (2004)
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Between May 15 and October 11, 2002, SWCA Environmental Consultants (SWCA) conducted archaeological data recovery at 11 sites along the proposed Fence Lake Mine Transportation Corridor (FLTCA) between the New Mexico state line and the Coronado Generating Station in St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona. The project was conducted for the Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District (SRP). The lead federal agency was the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Socorro Resource Area, New...


Archaeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station Coal Haul Railroad, Federal, State, and Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Preliminary Report for Intensive Survey of the Proposed Coronado Generating Station Coal Haul Railroad (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text J. James Trott. Gale McPherson.

At the request of the Salt River Project, the Museum of Northern Arizona has conducted an intensive survey of the proposed Coronado Generating Station Coal Haul Railroad right-of-way. A total of 55 sites was recorded by the survey, 47 of them located at least partly within the right-of-way. Recommendations concerning each of these sites have been prepared. A cost estimate for additional archaeological investigations, which are recommended in the event of direct impact from the proposed railroad...


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.


The Black Mesa Archaeological Project, Chapter 13 - Cultural, Historic, Religious and Ceremonial Resources (2002)
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This report includes Chapter 13 of the Black Mesa Archaeological Project. This chapter discusses compliance activities, disposition of human remains, unanticipated cultural finds, and religious and ceremonial concerns surrounding the Black Mesa Archaeological Project. Sections of this chapter have been revised on the dates of 02/04/2000, 08/28/2001, and 10/10/2002.


The Coronado Project Archaeological Investigations: The Ash Disposal and Evaporation Pond Site (1981)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Eileen Camilli.

The Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an archaeological investigation and mitigation program near St. Johns, Arizona, in an area proposed as the site for ash disposal and evaporation pond facilities associated with the Coronado generating station, then under construction. The archaeological survey located 33 sites, including Archaic and Pueblo period camps and residences, stone quarry locations, and several historic period sites. An attempt is made to place all sites within a broad temporal...


Excavation on Black Mesa, 1979: A Descriptive Report (1980)
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During the fall of 1978, the Black Mesa Archaeological Project (BMAP) was requested by Peabody Coal Company to carry out archaeological research in three areas of the Peabody lease on Black Mesa, Arizona. The purpose of this research was to mitigate the adverse impact of future mining activity and to provide archaeological clearance for these mining activities. This work was carried out under Antiquities Act Permit number 78-AZ-040 (expiration date, May 30, 1981), 79-AZ-055 (expiration date,...


Fifteen Years on the Rock: Archaeological Research, Administration, and Compliance on Black Mesa, Arizona (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Shirley Powell. Peter P. Andrews. Deborah L. Nichols. F. E. Smiley.

The Black Mesa Archaeological Project has been conducting field investigations and archaeological research in northeastern Arizona since 1967. The work is contracted for by Peabody Coal Company in order to comply with federal, state, and tribal statutes. The longevity of the project, as well as its size and complexity, affords a unique opportunity to evaluate and refine research, project administration, and legal compliance procedures. In most situations, clear advantages have resulted from the...


The Grand Canyon River Corridor Survey Project: Archaeological Survey Along the Colorado River Between Glen Canyon Dam and Separation Canyon (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Helen C. Fairley. Peter W. Bungart. Christopher M. Coder. Jim Huffman. Terry L. Samples. Janet R. Balsom.

Between August 30,1990 and May 10,1991, an archaeological inventory was completed along a 255-mile-long segment of the Colorado River corridor from the base of Glen Canyon Dam to Separation Canyon. This survey was undertaken by the National Park Service (NPS) in Grand Canyon National Park (GRCA) and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (GLCA) to provide baseline cultural resource information to the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) for inclusion in the Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Statement...


Historic Navajo Studies in Northeastern Arizona (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Charles D. James III.

Archaeological excavations along the north rim of Canyon del Muerto, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona, were conducted during 1972 by the Museum of Northern Arizona. The preliminary objective was to salvage 28 archaeological sites located within the rights-of-way of Route N64, the Chinle to Tsaile Lake road, and four associated spur roads. Research designs for the excavations are broken into historic Navajo and prehistoric Anasazi sites; this report is concerned with the former. This...


The Kayenta Anasazi: Archaeological Investigations Along the Black Mesa Railroad Corridor, Volume 1 - Specialists' Reports (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sara Stebbins. Bruce Harrill. William D. Wade. Marsha V. Gallagher. Hugh Cutler. Leonard Blake.

In 1969 the Salt River Project contracted the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) to excavate the prehistoric and ethnohistoric remains in the vicinity of the Navajo Generating Station (Page, Arizona), along the Black Mesa-Lake Powell railroad corridor, and in the immediate vicinity of the coal loading facility at the east end of the rail line south of Navajo National Monument. One hundred and twenty-three sites were identified, with 51 of those prehistoric sites excavated or tested. (The...


Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station, Ash Disposal Area and Evaporation Pond Site on Private Lands, Apache County, Arizona: Interim Report for Phase II and Phase III Operations in the Ash Disposal and Evaporation Pond Site for the Salt River Project Coronado Station, A 76-6 (1976)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Eileen Camilli.

Between February 18, 1976 and April 25, 1976 archaeological field work was conducted on the Coronado Generating Station ash disposal area and evaporation pond site for the Salt River Project, During this time 3.25 square miles were surveyed and 33 sites recorded. In addition to the fieldwork, analytical and write up phases of the project were carried out between May 3 and July 19, 1976. These phases provide a description and analysis of archaeological sites and artifactual materials from the...


Wirth Associates, Arizona Station Transmission System, Salt River Project, State, Private, and Federal Lands, Coconino, Navajo, and Apache Counties, Arizona, Valencia and Catron Counties, New Mexico: Preliminary Draft for Phase I: Archaeological and Ethno-historical Research (1974)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael D. Metcalf. Howard M. Davidson. Kathleen E. Moffitt.

At the request of Wirth Associates, the Museum of Northern Arizona conducted a Phase I archaeological study of an area in east-central Arizona to identify prehistoric and ethno-historic groups in to delineate areas of potential archaeological sensitivity within the study area. Existing archaeological site data were gathered from various Arizona and New Mexico institutions, and archaeological site density per township was mapped. Site density figures were compared with vegetational and...