The Historic Hualapai Occupation at Hackberry, Mohave County, Arizona: Archival, Ethnohistoric, and Archaeological Investigations

Author(s): David E. Purcell

Year: 1996

Summary

SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants, conducted testing and data recovery at Site AZ G:10:8(ASM), the Hackberry Townsite, to mitigate potential impacts from construction of the Mead to Phoenix 500kV Transmission Line (the Mead to Phoenix Project). The Mead to Phoenix Project, currently under construction, is one link in a proposed regional power grid (Rogge and O’Brien 1990). SWCA conducted a program of testing and data recovery to clear construction at the Hackberry Townsite, the subject of this volume.

Cite this Record

The Historic Hualapai Occupation at Hackberry, Mohave County, Arizona: Archival, Ethnohistoric, and Archaeological Investigations, 155. David E. Purcell. 1996 ( tDAR id: 406832) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8406832

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -113.976; min lat: 35.008 ; max long: -112.894; max lat: 35.546 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager

Contributor(s): Jean H. Ballagh; John D. Goodman II; David H. Greenwald; Dawn M. Greenwald; Eric Hansen; Jean Ann Mercer; Kevin Miller; Bernadette Slater; Pat H. Stein; Mary-Ellen Walsh-Anduze

Landowner(s): Arizona State Trust

Sponsor(s): Salt River Project

Repository(s): Salt River Project

Prepared By(s): SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants

Submitted To(s): Salt River Project

Record Identifiers

Salt River Project Library Call No.(s): E78.H33P971996

Salt River Project Library Barcode No.(s): 00091030

SWCA Project No.(s): 23-94601

ASM Project Specific Permit No.(s): 94-42

SWCA Archaeological Report No.(s): 94-155

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