AAS Homolovi Stabilization Project Scope of Work

Author(s): E. Charles Adams; Jim Britton

Year: 2010


Due to State budget issues, Homol'ovi Ruins State Park, created in 1986 to preserve four ancestral Hopi villages, has been closed. Having concern there may not be any future maintenance done on the exposed structures; Ron Robinson, Chair, Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) suggested in a meeting at Homolovi on March 18 that perhaps the AAS could organize a stabilization team to help preserve the ruins, utilizing members with recognized expertise and experience in this type of work. (In attendance was Charles Adams, PhD, Arizona State Museum. University of Arizona (ASM/UA); Michael Freisinger, Arizona State Parks, Phoenix; Karen Berggren, Manager, Homol'ovi Ruins State Park; Nicole Armstrong-Best, Arizona State Parks, volunteer coordinator, and other state parks employees).

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AAS Homolovi Stabilization Project Scope of Work. E. Charles Adams, Jim Britton. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Archaeological Society. 2010 ( tDAR id: 399352) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8542QDN

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -110.669; min lat: 35.013 ; max long: -110.654; max lat: 35.055 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Arizona State Parks

Contributor(s): Melinda Benton; Charles Adams, PhD; Michael Freisinger; Karen Berggren; Nicole Armstrong-Best

Prepared By(s): Arizona Archeology Society

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