Plan of Work for AZ O:12:14/075 (ASM/TNF)

Part of the State Route 260 - Payson to Heber project

Author(s): Sarah A. Herr

Year: 2000


This document provides a Plan of Work for Phase 1 data recovery at AZ O:12:14 (ASM)/AR-03-12-04-075 (TNF) (referenced as AZ O:12:14/075 [ASM/TNF]). The Arizona Department of Transportation has requested that archaeological Phase 1 data recovery be conducted at the prehistoric and historic artifact scatter, O:12:14/75. This site, just west of the Preacher Canyon construction segment, will be impacted by construction of an access road to the Payson Wells site. The wells provide the water necessary for the State Route 260 (S.R. 260) road improvement. The archaeological investigations will be conducted as part of Desert Archaeology, Inc.'s S.R. 260 - Payson to Heber project.

This report includes a description of the stie, the testing phase tasks to be undertaken at the site, and scheduling considerations. More detailed discussion of testing phase methods, including field methods for prehistoric sites, monitoring and discovery plan, policy on human remains, and plans for Native American involvement and public programs can be found in the project treatment plan and previous work plans. The larger resesarch context of the project has been previoiusly described in the Treatment Plan (Herr 199, Herr et al. 1999). The following description is based on a combination of field visits and survey reports (Schaafsma 2000; Spalding 1998).

Cite this Record

Plan of Work for AZ O:12:14/075 (ASM/TNF). Sarah A. Herr. 2000 ( tDAR id: 459769) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8459769

Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.253; min lat: 34.259 ; max long: -110.97; max lat: 34.333 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Desert Archaeology, Inc.

Landowner(s): Tonto National Forest

Sponsor(s): Arizona Department of Transportation

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