An Assessment of Horseshoe Dam Road, Archaeological Resources, Class III Inventory Survey and Evaluation

Author(s): Lanita C. Van Nimwegen

Year: 1990


Northland Research, Inc. has completed a Class III cultural resource survey of the Horseshoe Dam Road(Forest Road 205). This work was designated as a modification of Task 17 of the Supplemental Surveys of the Regulatory Storage Division, Central Arizona Project, performed under Contract No. 7-CS-30-05750 issued by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation.The project area is located entirely on USDA Forest Service administered lands, Tonto National Forest, Gila County, Arizona. Work proceeded under a Special Use Permit issued by the Forest Service. The purpose of the survey was to assess the cultural resources existing on lands under consideration for use in conjunction with road improvements.The survey of the Horseshoe Dam Road located 12 archaeological sites. All sites were plotted on a USGS topographic map (USGS 7.5’ Horseshoe Dam), photographed, and recorded.As the project area is located on unsurveyed lands, all section locations are extrapolated from Forest Service projections on the Tonto National Forest map, produced by the National Forest Service in 1975 (1986 printing).

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An Assessment of Horseshoe Dam Road, Archaeological Resources, Class III Inventory Survey and Evaluation. Lanita C. Van Nimwegen. 1990 ( tDAR id: 425919) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8425919

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min long: -111.953; min lat: 33.812 ; max long: -111.639; max lat: 33.942 ;

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SRP Barcode No.(s): 00090882

Task (s): 17

SRP Call No.(s): TC557.H67V36 1990

Contract No.(s): 7-CS-30-05750

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