Homolovi State Park Reports and Documentation
This collection contains reports pertinent to Homolovi State Park. Document types may include site stabilization reports, site evaluation or survey reports, expert consultations, ground disturbance monitoring, excavation reports, architectural documentation or survey, heritage management plans and evaluations, historic background research, and inventory and records searches.
Site Type Keywords
Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex • Domestic Structures • Room Block / Compound / Pueblo • Pueblo • Non-Domestic Structures • Room Block • Kiva / Great Kiva • Archaeological Feature • Kiva • Sandstone Room Block
Navajo County (County) • Arizona (State / Territory) • United States of America (Country) • North America (Continent) • Winslow, AZ • Homolovi Ruins State Park • Homolovi State Park • Navajo (County) • Little Colorado River Valley • Homol'ovi I
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AAS Homolovi Stabilization Project Scope of Work (2010)
Due to State budget issues, Homol'ovi Ruins State Park, created in 1986 to preserve four ancestral Hopi villages, has been closed. Having concern there may not be any future maintenance done on the exposed structures; Ron Robinson, Chair, Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) suggested in a meeting at Homolovi on March 18 that perhaps the AAS could organize a stabilization team to help preserve the ruins, utilizing members with recognized expertise and experience in this type of work. (In...
Archaeological Fieldwork at Creswell Pueblo (AZ J:14:282 ASM) 2006 Field Season (2007)
Between June 9 and July 14, 2006, excavations were undertaken at Creswell Pueblo (AZ J:14:282), a site on an Archaeological Conservancy preserve (the Creswell Ranch Archaeological District) within the boundaries of the Homolovi Ruins State Park in northeastern Arizona. Permission for this fieldwork was given by the Archaeological Conservancy, the land owner. This archaeological fieldwork was part of a larger program, called the Homol'ovi Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (HUROP),...
Archaeological Survey of Flood Damaged Roads in Homolovi Ruins State Park Navajo County, Arizona (1994)
This report presents the results of a Level III cultural resources survey of three roadways within Homolovi Ruins State Park. These dirt roads were damaged by storms and flooding of the Little Colorado River in the winter of 1993. Although the roads were previously surveyed as part of an intensive reconnaissance of the park by the Homolovi Research Program and no significant cultural resources were identified, additional survey was determined necessary to evaluate the flood damage and whether...
Arizona Archaeological Society Stabilization Project at Homol'ovi I & II Part 1: Introduction & Homol'ovi II (2012)
The primary interpretive site open to the public at Homol'ovi State Park (the Park) is Homol'ovi II. To enhance the visitors experience and understanding of what they are seeing, one large Kiva (structure 708) and five rooms and an outside activity area (structures 211, 212, 215, 216, 217, and 221) were excavated and previously stabilized. The Park's interpretive trail and signage lead the visitor to these areas and provide information. These areas have been impacted by visitation and weathering...
Arizona Archaeological Society Stabilization Project at Homol'ovi I & II Part 2: Homol'ovi I (2012)
Stabilization work on Room I, 27 wall tops, and several erosional channels over Room Block 300 on the south face of the North Pueblo was begun in May 2011 and completed in September 2011 by members of the Arizona Archaeological Society under the direction of Jim Britton.
Chevelon Ruin (AZ P:2:11 [ASM]) Mapping Project (2002)
From July 1-11, 2002, staff, students, and volunteers with the Homol'ovi Research Program, Arizona State Museum, the University of Arizona traced and mapped wall alignments at Chevelon Ruin (AZ P:2: 11 [ASM]). Outlines to a total of 67 rooms comprising most of two of the seven room blocks at Chevelon were documented. These data will be used to develop an excavation strategy for fieldwork at Chevelon over the next three summers. Sixty-two of the documented rooms came from Room Block 200 (RB200)...
Homolovi IV Eathquake/Rock Fall Damage (2003)
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On November 23, 2003 Doug Gann, an archaeologist who had worked with the Arizona State Museum Homolovi Project reported to the Homolovi Ruins State Park staff an incident at Homolovi IV on the west side where a large sandstone boulder (estimated at 7 x 5 x 3 meters and 260 tons) recently slid down from the top of the mesa. The boulder slid down ~ 13 meters, turned 90 degrees towards the south and dug down ~1 meter into the soil disturbing an area ~ 15 x 7 meters. This caused the exposure of a...