Hayden Flour Mill: Landscape, Economy, and Community Diversity in Tempe, Arizona, Volume 2: Archaeology, Project Synthesis, and Management Summary

Author(s): Robert Stokes; Victoria D. Vargas

Year: 2008

Summary

The ability to integrate archaeological findings with extensive archival and oral history resources is often a rare occurrence in cultural resource management. The Hayden Flour Mill project afforded us just such an opportunity, the benefits of which are demonstrated throughout this and the following chapters of this volume. In many instances, the archival data suggested where we might find buried features beneath caps of fill or asphalt on the property (e.g., the Calaboose/jail, hereafter Calaboose, or the Blacksmith Shop), while oral histories indicated specific locations and conditions of features then open but now buried (e.g.,

Hayden Ditch alignments or the tail race arch). Archival and oral history data have helped us interpret some of the features and understand the function and period of operation of others (e.g., the Gas Station and warehouses). Therefore, the

chapters in this volume present archaeological data coupled with our interpretations brought together from multiple sources; the archival and oral history data are presented in Volume 1 of this series.

Cite this Record

Hayden Flour Mill: Landscape, Economy, and Community Diversity in Tempe, Arizona, Volume 2: Archaeology, Project Synthesis, and Management Summary. Robert Stokes, Victoria D. Vargas. Cultural Resources Report ,143. Tempe, AZ: Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. 2008 ( tDAR id: 379203) ; doi:10.6067/XCV87S7N7Z

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.954; min lat: 33.403 ; max long: -111.917; max lat: 33.446 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contributor(s): Adam J. Archual; Michael Droz; Deborah L. Ferguson; Paige B. Florie; Andrea Gregory; Thomas E. Jones; Manuel R Palacios-Fest; Glenn S.L. Stuart; Joanne C. Tactikos; Scott Solliday; Don W. Ryden

Sponsor(s): Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

Prepared By(s): Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.

Submitted To(s): City of Tempe, AZ

Record Identifiers

ACS Project No.(s): 06-028-07

Cultural Resources Report No.(s): 143

Contract No.(s): T06-084-01

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