Archeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP, Joint Corridor, Private and Federal Lands, Navajo County, Arizona: Report for Archeological Survey of the Proposed Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP Joint Corridor (Station 3969+69.75 to 4377+01.91)

Author(s): Dana Hartman; David Kuehn

Year: 1978

Summary

An intensive archeological survey of about 7.7 mi. of Salt River Project (SRP) Coronado-Silverking 500 KV transmission line easement extending from just east of the Sitgreaves National Forest to the APS-SRP Joint Corridor was conducted by Museum of Northern Arizona archeologists in December, 1977. The survey was requested by Bettina Rosenberg, SRP Archeological Administrator, in a letter dated December 12, 1977.

The survey was conducted and this report prepared under the stipulations and guidelines of the Cultural Resources Plan developed by the National Forest Service NFS) for the Coronado Project (1977). At the time of the survey, tower locations had not been plotted; therefore, the survey area consisted only of the 200 ft. right-of-way corridor. After tower locations have been determined as a result of consultations between SRP and the NFS, an archeological team will return to the field and survey the access roads and a 200 ft. radius around each tower.

Field collection was not permitted by the Forest Service during this survey, so that in-depth lab analysis of the sites was not possible. Also, site interpretation on the basis of survey alone is usually questionable. However, background material concerning the environment and culture history of the project area may be found in the Environmental Impact Statement for the Coronado Station (Dames & Moore 1976).

Cite this Record

Archeological Investigations, Salt River Project, Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP, Joint Corridor, Private and Federal Lands, Navajo County, Arizona: Report for Archeological Survey of the Proposed Coronado-Silverking Transmission Line East of Forest Service Boundary to APS-SRP Joint Corridor (Station 3969+69.75 to 4377+01.91). Dana Hartman, David Kuehn. 1978 ( tDAR id: 436456) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8436456

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Keywords

Culture
Apache Mogollon

Material
Ceramic Chipped Stone Fire Cracked Rock Ground Stone

Site Name
AZ-03-01-05-436 AZ-03-01-05-437 AZ-03-01-05-438 AZ-03-01-05-439 AZ-03-01-05-440 AZ-03-01-05-441 AZ-03-01-05-442 AZ-03-01-05-443 AZ-03-01-05-444 AZ-03-01-05-445 AZ-03-01-05-446 AZ-03-01-05-447 AZ-03-01-05-448 AZ-03-01-05-449 AZ-03-01-05-450 AZ-03-01-05-451 AZ-03-01-05-452 AZ-03-01-05-453 AZ-03-01-05-454 AZ-03-01-05-455 AZ-03-01-05-456 AZ P:6:13 (MNA) AZ P:6:14 (MNA) AZ P:6:15 (MNA) AZ P:6:16 (MNA) Show More

Site Type
Agricultural or Herding Archaeological Feature Artifact Scatter Brush Structure Cist Corral Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex Domestic Structures Fire Pit Hamlet / Village Hearth Pit House / Earth Lodge Pot Break Resource Extraction / Production / Transportation Structure or Features Rock Alignment Room Block / Compound / Pueblo Settlements Trash Scatter

Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 900 to 1100 (Dating for the site NA15,566, NA15,567, NA15,570, NA15,571, NA15,572, NA15,573, NA15,577, NA15,581, NA15,585, NA15,597 based on ceramic analysis)

Calendar Date: 500 to 700 (Dating for the site's NA15,568 early occupation period)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -110.699; min lat: 34.582 ; max long: -110.557; max lat: 34.61 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager

Field Director(s): Dana Hartman; Don Weaver

Sponsor(s): Salt River Project

Prepared By(s): Museum of Northern Arizona, Department of Anthropology

Record Identifiers

Report No.(s): A-77-159

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Contact(s): Salt River Project Cultural Resource Manager