A Cultural Resources Survey of 84.3 Acres of Tonto National Forest and Private Lands for the SRP Silver King to Goldfield 230kV Upgrade, North of Superior, Pinal County, Arizona

Author(s): David A. Bild

Year: 2008

Summary

SRP is planning to upgrade the current carrying capacity of 18.3 miles of the existing Silver King to Goldfield 230kV line. In order to accomplish this, SRP plans to “bundle” the existing 230kV conductors by adding a second conductor to each of the three existing single-conductor phases. To add the new conductors, SRP will need to re-open some original access roads, and the selected wire, puller, sleeving, and anchor sites used during the original 1978 line construction. The existing transmission line corridor has been previously surveyed for cultural resources (a corridor measuring 70 ft south and 220 ft north of the existing 230kV line and including the 500kV line) and was not re-surveyed for this project. LSD conducted a Class III cultural resource survey of a 50-ft-wide corridor centered on each of the access roads leading to the transmission line corridor. Some of these roads or small segments of these roads may need to be re-bladed or have fill added to allow equipment to approach the project area. Thirty-eight segments of access roads, as well as puller, wire, and anchor sites located outside the corridor were surveyed, totaling approximately 13.9 miles (84.3 acres). LSD also re-located previously recorded sites within the corridor in the vicinity of towers or access roads to verify site locations and boundaries. This report pertains to the portions of the project area on TNF and private land between the Silver King Substation and the TNF boundary. A separate report for portions of the project area on State Trust and private land west of the TNF boundary will be submitted to the Arizona State Land Department.

This report was revised in February 2009. The original report was dated April 2008.

Cite this Record

A Cultural Resources Survey of 84.3 Acres of Tonto National Forest and Private Lands for the SRP Silver King to Goldfield 230kV Upgrade, North of Superior, Pinal County, Arizona. David A. Bild. 2008 ( tDAR id: 426191) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8426191

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Keywords

Culture
Colonial Euroamerican Historic Hohokam Salado

Material
Building Materials Ceramic Chipped Stone Glass Ground Stone Metal Mineral

Site Name
AR-03-12-02-1264 AR-03-12-02-141 AR-03-12-02-146 AR-03-12-02-147 AR-03-12-02-148 AR-03-12-02-149 AR-03-12-02-150 AR-03-12-02-151 AR-03-12-02-1529 AR-03-12-02-161 AR-03-12-02-162 AR-03-12-02-1736 AR-03-12-02-1737 AR-03-12-02-178 AR-03-12-02-405 AR-03-12-03-113 AR-03-12-03-114 AR-03-12-03-116 AR-03-12-03-117 AR-03-12-03-119 AR-03-12-03-120 AR-03-12-03-121 AR-03-12-03-742 AR-03-12-03-743 AR-03-12-03-744 Show More

Site Type
Agricultural or Herding Archaeological Feature Artifact Scatter Bedrock Grinding Feature Building Substructure Cairn Corral Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex Domestic Structures Fence Hamlet / Village House Isolated Artifact Isolated Feature Linear Feature Milling Feature Mine Mine-Related Structures Mound / Earthwork Non-Domestic Structures Pit Pit House / Earth Lodge Railroad Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features Road Show More

Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.266; min lat: 33.242 ; max long: -110.924; max lat: 33.473 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager

Contributor(s): Gregory B. Brown

Repository(s): Salt River Project, Tempe, AZ

Prepared By(s): Logan Simpson Design, Inc.

Submitted To(s): Salt River Project

Record Identifiers

TNF Permit No.(s): TON567

ASM Accession Number: (s): 2008-0166

LSD Project No.(s): 085014

FS Permit No.(s): GLO401160

ASM Permit No.(s): 2008-27bl

LSD Technical Report No.(s): 085014a

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