An Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed Highline Canal Corridor Beautification Project, Phoenix, Arizona

Author(s): Jerry B. Howard; Todd W. Bostwick

Year: 1991

Summary

This report presents an archaeological survey and assessment of the proposed Highline Canal Corridor Beautification Project. The project is located just north of a significant archaeological site, AZ U:9:35(PG). This site contains a Pioneer period Hohokam occupation in an unusual geographic location. An archaeological survey of the project, an area 1200 m in length and 25 m in width, revealed no surface indications of buried archaeological resources. No further archaeological investigations are recommended.

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An Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed Highline Canal Corridor Beautification Project, Phoenix, Arizona. Jerry B. Howard, Todd W. Bostwick. Phoenix, AZ: City of Phoenix Archaeology Office. 1991 ( tDAR id: 402706) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8402706

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.997; min lat: 33.292 ; max long: -111.959; max lat: 33.321 ;

Record Identifiers

Report No.(s): PGM-91-16

Date Received by Environmental Affairs, Environmental Services(s): Feb 12 1996

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