Across the Western Canal: Archaeological Monitoring and Limited Data Recovery for the Ken McDonald Golf Course Irrigation Water Line Project, Tempe, Arizona
Author(s): Matthew E. Hill, Jr.
The monitoring and data recovery efforts described in this report were performed in conjunction with the city of Tempe's installation of three new irrigation water lines to support operation of the Ken McDonald Golf Course, located in Tempe, Arizona. The water lines were installed beneath the Western Canal; to do this, two bore pits were required at each of the three water line bridge locations. The initiate bore pits were excavated west of the canal and measure approximately 13- by 32-foot in extent and 10- to 15-foot-deep. The receiving pits located on the eastern side of the canal measure approximately 10- by 32-foot in extent and 10- to 15-foot deep. The bore pits were located along the edge of the canal embankment and thus affect public lands administered by the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and municipal property of the City of Tempe.
A total of five person days were expended on archaeological monitoring, and four person days were expended on data recovery efforts.
This report includes contributions by Bruce G. Phillips who conducted macrobotanical and pollen analyses.
Cite this Record
Across the Western Canal: Archaeological Monitoring and Limited Data Recovery for the Ken McDonald Golf Course Irrigation Water Line Project, Tempe, Arizona. Matthew E. Hill, Jr.. Phoenix, AZ: URS Dames & Moore. 2000 ( tDAR id: 405665) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8405665
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Adobe • Amaranthus sp. • Basalt • Boerhaavia sp. • Brown Glass • Buffware • Building Materials • Caliche • Ceramic • Cercidium sp. • Cheno-Am • Chenopodiaceae • Chipped Stone • Clear Glass • Compositae • Concrete • Cruciferae • Dating Sample • Decorated Ware • Eriogonum sp. • Feldspar • Fire Cracked Rock • Gila Plainware • Gila Plainware, Gila Variety • Gila Plainware, Salt Variety • Glass • Globemallow • Gramineae • Green Glass • High-Spine Compositae • Liguliflorae • Low-Spine Compositae • Macrobotanical • Maize • Metal • Mica • Micaceous Schist • Mineral • Opal Glass • Pinus pinyon • Pinus pondersosa • Plainware • Pollen • Quartz • Red-on-Buffware • Salicaceae • Sand • Schist • Solanaceae • Sphaeralcea • Spiderling • Tidestroemia • Trachyte • Whiteware • Willow • Wood • Zea mays Show More
Agricultural or Herding • Archaeological Feature • Canal • Canal or Canal Feature • Ceramic Scatter • Chipped Stone Scatter • Concrete Pad • Foundation • Hearth • Midden • Pad • Palette • Pit • Refuse Pit • Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features • Trash Midden • Trash Mound • Water Control Feature • Water Pump Foundation • Well • Wooden Palette
Ground Disturbance Monitoring
Adobe Piece • Bottle • BOYD CAP • Charcoal • Electric Wire • Flotation Sample • Glass Bottle • Glass Marble • Hammerstone • Illinois Glass Company • Ken McDonald Golf Course • Ken McDonald Golf Course Irrigation • Lid Liner • Machine Cut Nail • Marble • Nail • Phytolith Sample • Pollen (Amaranthus sp.) • Pollen (Cercidium) • Pollen (Cheno-Am) • Pollen (Chenopodiaceae) • Pollen (Compositae) • Pollen (Cruciferae) • Pollen (Eriogonum sp.) • Pollen (Globemallow) • Pollen (Gramineae) • Pollen (High-Spine Compositae) • Pollen (Liguliflorae) • Pollen (Low-Spine Compositae) • Pollen (Maize) • Pollen (Pinus pinyon) • Pollen (Pinus pondersosa) • Pollen (Solanaceae) • Pollen (Sphaeralcea) • Pollen (Tidestroemia) • Pollen (Zea mays) • Tableware • Trachyte Hammerstone • Vessel • Whiteware Vessel • Wood (Salicaceae) • Wood (Willow) Show More
Calendar Date: 795 to 1000 (Two sigma calibrated range from radiocarbon dating of wood charcoal in Feature 2.)
min long: -111.953; min lat: 33.331 ; max long: -111.914; max lat: 33.375 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager
Contributor(s): Bruce G. Phillips; Daniel Garcia; Douglas Avann; Cara Lonardo; Beta Analytic, Inc.; Ron Savage; Keryn Darr; Rod Whitt; Mauricio Jara; Tom Wilhite; Carmen Costner; Shem Johnson; Tom Lincoln; John Czaplicki; David Gifford
Lab Director(s): Matthew Hill; Suzanne Lewenstein, Dr.
Project Director(s): J. Simon Bruder, Dr.
Repository(s): Bureau of Reclamation, Central Arizona Project Repository
Prepared By(s): URS Dames & Moore
Project Specific Permit No. (s): 1999-118ps
City of Tempe Project No.(s): 976754
Federal Archaeological Permit No.(s): PXAO-1500
Dames & Moore Project No.(s): 34387-007-050
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