The Prehistoric Irrigation of the Casa Grande Ruins Area of the Gila River in Southern Arizona

Creator(s): Midvale Frank

Year: 1963

Summary

This image reflects both prehistoric and historic landmarks as well as irrigation water ways feeding from the Gila River. In addition, the map shows roads, highways, modern canals, railroad line, cemeteries, modern buildings and their location surrounding the Gila River and Casa Grande Ruins. Every canal and ruin shown on the map was measured, photographed an dplotted to scale.

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The Prehistoric Irrigation of the Casa Grande Ruins Area of the Gila River in Southern Arizona. Midvale Frank. 1963 ( tDAR id: 371656) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8NS0RX5

Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.544; min lat: 32.989 ; max long: -111.525; max lat: 33.004 ;

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