Archaeological Site Significance Evaluations for Cienega Ventana Project

Author(s): Institute for American Research

Year: 1984

Summary

At the sponsorship of Cienega Properties, Inc., the Institute for American Research has conducted investigations on archaeological sites located on the Cienega Ventana project area, a 300-acre land parcel located in the northeastern Tucson basin, Arizona. The sites, which contain both Archaic and Hohokam cultural materials, have been designated AZ BB:9:44, AZ BB.9.73, A Z BB:9:91, and A Z BB:9:143 by the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona.

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Archaeological Site Significance Evaluations for Cienega Ventana Project. Institute for American Research. 1984 ( tDAR id: 448404) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8448404

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -110.852; min lat: 32.294 ; max long: -110.765; max lat: 32.37 ;

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Contact(s): Desert Archaeology, Inc.

Prepared By(s): Institute for American Research

Submitted To(s): Cienega Properties, Inc.

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