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Upper Little Colorado Prehistory Project (ULCPP)

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Summary

The Upper Little Colorado Prehistory Project (ULCPP) is an Arizona State University Project that was in the field between 1992 and 1994. It included both ASU Summer Archaeological Field Schools and summer archaeology programs for K-12 teachers sponsored by a Heritage Fund Grant administered by Arizona State Parks. The project was based at Lyman Lake State Park. Excavation was accomplished at Rattlesnake Point Pueblo and Baca Pueblo both in Lyman Lake State Park. Some of the excavations at Rattlesnake Point were stabilized and interpreted for Park visitors. Interpretation was also provided for two petroglyph trails within the Park. As a part of the project, the Park was surveyed, locating 47 sites. Systematic survey was also done on the Udall Ranch locating another 33 sites.


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Cite this Record

Upper Little Colorado Prehistory Project (ULCPP). ( tDAR id: 2415) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8FJ2J64


Keywords


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1325 to 1390


Spatial Coverage

min long: -109.567; min lat: 34.313 ; max long: -109.323; max lat: 34.451 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Keith Kintigh

Project Director(s): Andrew Duff

Sponsor(s): Arizona State Parks

Permitting Agency(s): Arizona State Museum

Repository(s): Arizona State University (ASU)

Prepared By(s): Arizona State University (ASU)


Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-5 of 5)

Documents

  1. Interpreting the Prehistory of Lyman Lake State Park (2005)
  2. Rattlesnake Point Pueblo National Register Nomination (1997)
  3. ULCPP Fauna Coding Key (1999)

Datasets

  1. ULCPP Ceramic Database (2016)
  2. ULCPP Faunal Database (2008)
Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America