Archaeological Investigations at Rudd Creek Pueblo (AZ Q:16:63 [ASM]), a Tularosa Phase Site near Springerville, Apache County, Arizona

Summary

This report summarizes the results of the 1996 season of fieldwork conducted by the

Rudd Creek Archaeological Project (RCAP) as part of the Arizona State University

Archaeological Field School at the Sipe White Mountain Wildlife Area. This field school

derives from a long-term research project focused on prehistoric developments in the Cibola

region. The 1996 excavations at Rudd Creek Pueblo (AZ Q:16:63 [ASM]) focused on two main

goals. The first goal was to document the architecture and artifacts of Rudd Creek Pueblo in

order to understand the relationship between this site and other settlements located in the

headwater region of the Upper Little Colorado River. The second goal was to record the extent

of pothunting activity at the site and undertake basic stabilization measures to mitigate this

damage.

Cite this Record

Archaeological Investigations at Rudd Creek Pueblo (AZ Q:16:63 [ASM]), a Tularosa Phase Site near Springerville, Apache County, Arizona. Tiffany Clark, Greg Schachner, Keith Kintigh. 2002 ( tDAR id: 3576) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8668C11

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -109.259; min lat: 34.012 ; max long: -109.222; max lat: 34.051 ;

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