Prehistoric Irrigation in Arizona: A Context for Canals and Related Cultural Resources

Author(s): Allen Dart

Year: 1989

Summary

This is a report that covers the prehistoric irrigation systems located within Arizona. Funded by the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, this report describes the locations of irrigation works throughout Arizona, their use and descriptions, along with their importance and need for preservation. The appendices outline goals, strategies and priorities for future resource planning, suggested priorities for SHPO action, methods of dating, and lastly, historic properties eligible for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.

Cite this Record

Prehistoric Irrigation in Arizona: A Context for Canals and Related Cultural Resources, 1. Allen Dart. 1989 ( tDAR id: 427834) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8427834

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -114.587; min lat: 31.279 ; max long: -109.072; max lat: 36.985 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager

Contributor(s): Allen Dart

Sponsor(s): Arizona State Historic Preservation Office

Prepared By(s): Institute for American Research

Record Identifiers

Technical Report(s): 89-1

SRP Library Barcode No.(s): 00030560

File Information

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1989_Dart_PrehistoricIrrigation_OCR.pdf 37.19mb Jun 5, 1989 Apr 14, 2017 3:01:40 PM Confidential
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