Results of Archaeological Monitoring During a Residential Rehabilitation Project Located in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona

Author(s): Rebecca J. Hill

Year: 2014

Summary

This document presents the results of archaeological monitoring for a residential rehabilitation project. The project involved the replacement/installation of a gas line, sewer line, and water line in addition to the excavation of block fence footers, removal of topsoil to make room for landscaping gravel, and the excavation of a hole for planting a tree in the residence’s front yard. LSD monitored ground disturbing activities within the boundary of AZ T:12:217(ASM), the Dennis Addition, and a buffer zone surrounding a prehistoric canal projected to occur north of the project area.

The COP requested monitoring be conducted during ground disturbing activities within 50 ft of a prehistoric canal projected to cross the area of potential effects (APE). The APE is also within the historic Dennis Addition (AZ T:12:217[ASM]), a historic addition to the Original Phoenix Townsite. Field investigators examined exposed substrate for the presence of cultural deposits. A prehistoric mano and several possible historical artifacts were found during monitoring.

Cite this Record

Results of Archaeological Monitoring During a Residential Rehabilitation Project Located in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona. Rebecca J. Hill. 2014 ( tDAR id: 445593) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8445593

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

Spatial Coverage

min long: -112.082; min lat: 33.431 ; max long: -112.047; max lat: 33.476 ;

Record Identifiers

LSD Technical Report No. (s): 125667

Pueblo Grande Museum Project No.(s): 2012-35

Cost Center No.(s): 8850200000

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