SRP Sub-Transmission Lines
Part of: SRP Power Facilities
Site Type Keywords
Archaeological Feature • Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex • Artifact Scatter • Isolated Artifact • Midden • Sheet Midden • Settlements • Encampment • Domestic Structures • Room Block / Compound / Pueblo
Arizona (State / Territory) • United States of America (Country) • North America (Continent) • USA (Country) • Maricopa County (County) • Phoenix Basin • Tonto Basin • Salt River • Tonto National Forest • Gila County (County)
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An Archaeological Survey of a 2.3 Mile Long Right-of-Way for a Proposed 22 kV Distribution Line on the Tonto National Forest, Tonto Basin District, Gila County, Arizona (1982)
On July 28, 1982, Lyle M. Stone of Archaeological Research Services, Inc. performed an archaeological survey of a 2.3 mile by 100 ft wide right-of-way for a proposed 22 kV distribution line on the Tonto National Forest near Punkin Center, Gila Country, Arizona. The proposed Salt River Project distribution line will serve an AT&T relay station in the vicinity of Four Peaks. This survey was requested by Salt River Project in order to determine if important cultural resources (prehistoric or...
An Archaeological Survey of the Wheeler-Evergreen 69 kV Transmission Line (1991)
On 29 January 1991, Northland Research, Inc. (Northland) completed a Class III archaeological survey of proposed pole locations for a rebuilding project of the Salt River Project's Wheeler-Evergreen 69 kV transmission line. As portions of the surveyed area are located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation, a special use permit was obtained for archaeological survey and testing (permit No. 396 269-91). The survey was accomplished in two person-days. No archaeological sites were...
RS 16 Archaeological Survey (1995)
Northland Research, Inc. (Northland), was contracted by Salt River Project (SRP) to perform a Class III cultural resources survey for proposed SRP receiving station site RS # 3, associated transmission line (230 kV and 65 kV) right-of-way corridors, and alternatives. The survey was conducted from 30 October to 3 November 1995. The work involved 11 person days of labor. No significant archaeological resources were encountered.