1 edition of Archaeological test excavations in southern Arizona found in the catalog.
Archaeological test excavations in southern Arizona
|Statement||compiled by Susan A. Brew ; contributions by Allen Dart ... [et al.] ; submitted by Cultural Resource Management Division, Arizona State Museum, the University of Arizona.|
|Series||Archaeological series -- no. 152., Archaeological series (Tucson, Ariz.) -- no. 152.|
|Contributions||Brew, Susan A., Dart, Allen., Arizona State Museum. Cultural Resource Management Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
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EXCAVATIONS IN PIMA-COOLIDGE INDUSTRIAL PARK, SOUTHERN ARIZONA WILLIAM W. WASLEY () Arizona State Museum University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona ABSTRACT During the spring of , salvage excavations were conducted by the Arizona State Museum in the Pima-Coolidge Industrial Park about three miles north of Coolidge, Arizona. Upper Gila Preservation Archaeology Field School in Southwest New Mexico. Joint program of the University of Arizona and Archaeology Southwest, now accepting applications. Join us this summer for the season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School!
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Archaeological Test Excavations in Southern Arizona The University of Arizona Press. The University of Arizona Press E.
University Blvd. Archaeological Series; Series Number 1; Publisher Cultural Resource Management Division, Arizona State Museum (Arizona State University, Tempe) Document Type book Language English Location NPS (WR-RR), Harrison St, San Francisco, CA tDAR ID Author: Susan A.
Brew, A. Dart, S. Fish, J. Gibb, B. Huckell, C. Miksicek, E. Sires. Book Title Archaeological Test Excavations in Southern Arizona; Pages 1 - 19 Publisher Cultural Resource Management Division, Arizona State Museum; Document Type chapter Language English Location NPS (WR-RR), Harrison St, San Francisco, CA tDAR ID ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS IN HOHOKAM SITES OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA* ALFRED E.
JOHNSON ABSTRACT In archaeological investigations were conducted by the Arizona State Museum in a series of Hohokam sites on the Gila River Indian Reservation of south-central Arizona. Significant data were derived from two of the eight sites tested.
"The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona is a beautifully written volume that clearly explains the prehistory and archaeology of a region blessed with an abundance of intriguing sites and traces the cultures of many vanished peoples. Upon opening the book, it is instantly clear that southwestern archaeology is a passion with the authors.5/5(6).
"[Gladwin] accomplished, from the 's on, a series of fundamentally important studies of the prehistoric cultures of the region from Texas to California.
None of these surveys or excavations was more important than the excavation of Snaketown, in the southern Arizona desert.5/5(1).
This descriptive report covers field work conducted from to by the Arizona Archaeological Society near Cave Creek stream in north Phoenix Valley south of present day Deer Valley Road. The site was periodically occupied by 10th Century Hohokam during wetter seasons.
Describes excavations conducted by Earl Morris in and ByronCummings in and and the artifacts and tools found by them. The Morris collection is at the AmericanMuseum of Natural History and the Cummings collection is at the Arizona StateMuseum.
In the spring ofdevelopment of a portion of the bajada southeast of the Tortolita Mountains prompted excavations by SWCA, Inc. Three sites were found to date to the poorly understood Early Ceramic period, and one of those, the Triangle Road site, dated to the Tortolita phase.
On April 7,Dr. Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman (University of Arizona) and J. Homer Thiel (Desert Archaeology, Inc.) shared the latest information from their excavations. 1. There are several incredibly old mammoth butchering sites in southern Arizona. One of the earliest was found in and all sites have, to some degree, revealed mammoth bones and tools that survived s years.
One example is the Murray Springs Clovis Site on the outskirts of northeastern Sierra : Monica Spencer. Archaeological Test Excavations in Southern Arizona. View Book. An Archaeological Sample Survey of the Middle Santa Cruz River Basin, Picacho Reservoir to Tucson, Arizona.
An Archaeological Sample Survey of the Middle Santa Cruz River Basin, Picacho Reservoir to. Final report, archaeological test excavations in Moosa Canyon, San Diego County, California: (SD P.M. R/R) Roger A. Cook, Pat Welch California Dept. of Transportation. Archaeological Test Excavations in Southern Arizona.
Brew, Susan A. with Allen Dart, Suzanne K. Fish, James Gibb, Bruce B. Huckell, Charles H, Miksicek and Earl W. Sires ISBN ISBN To join the Phoenix Chapter, Click on the link below: Phoenix Chapter Membership Form. Click here to download March flyer. MARCH CHAPTER NEWS. March 10th Meeting: Allen Dart will present The Antiquity of Irrigation in the Southwest.
Before ADNative American cultures took advantage of southern Arizona’s long growing season and tackled its challenge of limited precipitation by.
Desert Archaeology conducted major excavations at the site of Las Capas, AZ AA (ASM), between and under contract to Pima County. Las Capas is located in the northern Tucson Basin on the east bank of the Santa Cruz River, just downstream of the confluences of the Rillito and Cañada del Oro tributaries with the Santa Cruz in an ideal location for irrigation-based agriculture.
Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material archaeological record consists of artifacts, architecture, biofacts or ecofacts and cultural ology can be considered both a social science and a branch of the humanities.
In Europe it is often viewed as either a discipline in its own right or a sub-field of. Distribution of artifacts by excavation level in test units at 13DB The test excavations yielded over 2, historic period artifacts and nearly prehistoric specimens.
Most of the prehistoric artifacts consisted of non-diagnostic lithic debitage, but all were inferred to represent a Late Woodland component based on the recovery of a few grit tempered body sherds and a cord impressed rim sherd.
Jeffery Clark’s research focuses on assessing the scale and impact of ancient human migration. He has been a preservation archaeologist at the Center for Desert Archaeology in Tucson for eleven years.
Clark has spent the past 20 years conducting research in central and southern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico. SHPO Position on The Roles of Archaeological Testing SHPO Guidance Point No.
2 Matthew H. Bilsbarrow Ma “Many excavations begin with test pits, and in fact many end with test pits.” Hole and Heizer () In general, testing is the limited examination of an archaeological site’sFile Size: KB. Listing of all of the archaeological sites in Arizona that are open to public visitation.
ARIZONA Last Updated: Octo (some hours, entrance fees, and area codes may be out of date).Page 6 Archaeology in Tucson Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 3 The Archaeology Scene News on What's Happening in Southern ArizonaArizona Archaeological and Historical Society.
mound's adobe walls. The next, more intensive fieldTickets are being sold for the annual raffle to raise excavation phase starts October 14 and continues intomoney for the AAHS. Huckell, Bruce B., and Lisa W. Huckell Archaeological Test Excavations at Tubac State Park, Arizona.
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