Farming on the Floodplain: Archaeology fo the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Center Runway (Runway 7L-25R) Reconstruction Project, Part 2: Appendices
Editor(s): Lourdes Aguila
Between December 2000 and June 2005 Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) of Tempe, Arizona, completed five field sessions of archaeological monitoring, testing/data recovery I, and data recovery II.
The entire airport is highly modified by grading, modern fill, paving, and building; thus, the ground surface offers few clues to what lies beneath. However, the airport is bounded by known historic and prehistoric archaeological sites, including Pueblo Salado to the immediate west and within the project APE (Greenwald and Ballagh 1996; Greenwald et al. 1996a, 1996b, 1996c; Greenwald et al. 1995), Dutch Canal Ruin to the northwest (Greenwald and Ciolek- Torrello 1988; Greenwald et al. 1994; Henderson 2000a, 2000b, 2003, 2004), and Pueblo Grande to the northeast (Bostwick 1993; Bostwick and Downum 1994; Downum and Bostwick 1993a, 1993b) (Figure 1.1). The documented presence of these sites led to the conclusion that additional cultural remains would lie beneath the Center Runway project APE (Archaeological Consulting Services 2001b). The fieldwork was guided by a plan of work for testing and data recovery (Archaeological Consulting Services 2001b; Boston et al. 2001) Excavations were conducted under the authority of Arizona Antiquities Act Project Specific Permit 2001-66ps issued by the Arizona State Museum (ASM). The plan of work was reviewed and approved by representatives of the City, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). Because the reconstruction project was still being designed (and therefore the precise project footprint was unknown) at the time that the work plan was reviewed and approved, these parties agreed that the specifics of the plan would remain fluid while staying within approved archaeological discovery and data recovery procedures. Accordingly, Kimley-Horn, ACS, and the City Archaeologist, Dr. Todd W. Bostwick, developed a process of continual consultation, memorandum reports, field visits, and review. A report describing the geotechnical coring and boring was submitted in May 2001 (Ryan 2001). Twenty memorandum reports were prepared and submitted during the initial testing/data recovery I phase, which occurred between April and October 2001. An interim report was prepared and submitted October 2001, after the second phase of fieldwork (Boston et al. 2001), which offered recommendations for additional monitoring, testing/data recovery I, and data recovery II at already-discovered features. These recommended activities were conducted during July and August 2002, and during January 2003.
Two preliminary reports were produced summarizing the results of the field work and outlining recommendations for further archaeological work at the Center Runway (7L- 25R) (Boston et al. 2001; Boston et al. 2003). A third preliminary report was prepared to summarize the findings of additional work at Taxiways D-E (Aguila et al. 2005). This final report presents information on all cultural resources and results of analyses from all phases of fieldwork.
Cite this Record
Farming on the Floodplain: Archaeology fo the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Center Runway (Runway 7L-25R) Reconstruction Project, Part 2: Appendices. Lourdes Aguila. Pueblo Grande Museum Anthropological Paper ,11. Phoenix, AZ: City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department. 2007 ( tDAR id: 398976) ; doi:10.6067/XCV81C1ZM2
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Archaeological Feature • Canal or Canal Feature • Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex • Faunal Deposits • Funerary and Burial Structures or Features • Non-Domestic Structures • Pit • Refuse Pit • Reservoir • Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features • Rock Feature • Water-Related
min long: -112.037; min lat: 33.42 ; max long: -111.981; max lat: 33.438 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): City of Phoenix Archaeology Office
Contributor(s): Lourdes Aguila; Chad Badorek; Richard L. Boston; Michael S. Droz; Kristin L. Fangmeier; Deborah L. Ferguson; Andrea Gregory; Sarah K. Hanaan; Thomas E. Jones; Bruce G. Phillips; Shirley Powell; John Rapp; Melanie Ryan; Francis E. Smiley; Glenn S. L. Stuart; Lee-Anna M. Walker; Maralee Wernz
Repository(s): Pueblo Grande Museum
Prepared By(s): Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.
PGM Project Number(s): 2001-10
Cultural Resources Report No. (s): 13
General Note: Cultural Resources Report No. 139 Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.
General Note: The curation of this report was supported by a Seed Grant from the Institute for Humanities Research, Arizona State University as part of the Digital Archive of Hohokam Archaeology (DAHA) Project.
Redaction Note: The initial upload of this document in 2015 included a full version and a redacted version. Review of the redacted version in 2016, indicated that the maps or figures originally redacted did not need to be treated so. The full version was made public and the redacted version was removed. FPMcManamon 26 August 2016
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