Salt River Project Digital Library
SRP, based in Phoenix, was established in 1903 as the nation's first multipurpose reclamation project authorized under the National Reclamation Act. Today, SRP is the nation's third-largest public power utility and one of Arizona's largest water suppliers.
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Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features • Agricultural or Herding • Canal or Canal Feature • Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex • Domestic Structures • Pit House / Earth Lodge • Water Control Feature • Road, Trail, and Related Structures or Features • Bridge • Funerary and Burial Structures or Features
Site Evaluation / Testing • Architectural Survey • Data Recovery / Excavation • Reconnaissance / Survey • Records Search / Inventory Checking • Research Design / Data Recovery Plan • Systematic Survey • Historic Background Research
Arizona (State / Territory) • United States of America (Country) • North America (Continent) • USA (Country) • Salt River • Tonto National Forest • Gila County (County) • Maricopa County (County) • 04007 (Fips Code) • Theodore Roosevelt Dam
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Archaeological Survey and Evaluation of Structural Components of the Roosevelt Power Canal
During December, 1982, and January, 1983, representatives of the Environmental Services and Civil Engineering Departments of Salt River Project consulted with Archaeological Research Services, Inc. regarding the status of archaeological and historical information pertaining to the Roosevelt Power Canal, an early 20th century structure located in the Roosevelt Lake vicinity. Archaeological Research Services, Inc. had developed recent information on the Power Canal due to its participation in the...
Life on the Lehi Terrace: The Archeology of the Red Mountain Freeway Between State Route 87 and Gilbert Road
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is in the process of extending the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202) through Mesa, Arizona from State Route (SR) 87 to US Highway 60 (US 60, Superstition Freeway). The undertaking entails the construction of 17.8 mi (28.6 km) of new limited-access six-lane freeway parallel to and south of the Salt River. Under contract to Entranco Engineering, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.(ACS) performed initial survey of the proposed alternatives...