A San Pedro Phase Agricultural Field and Early Ceramic Period Occupations in the Middle Santa Cruz Valley, Southern Arizona: Investigations at the Stewart Brickyard and Rillito Loop Sites (TR-2005-15) (Hardcopy)

A San Pedro Phase Agricultural Field and Early Ceramic Period Occupations in the Middle Santa Cruz Valley, Southern Arizona: Investigations at the Stewart Brickyard and Rillito Loop Sites (TR-2005-15)

Edited by: M. L. Brack

Contributions by: Jenny Adams, M. L. Brack, Owen K. Davis, Michael W. Diehl, James M. Heidke, Gary Huckleberry, Jonathan B. Mabry, Elizabeth J. Miksa, Manuel R. Palacios-Fest, Ellen K. Ruble, R. Jane Sliva, Jennifer A. Waters

291 pages.

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SKU: TR2005-15P

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A San Pedro Phase Agricultural Field and Early Ceramic Period Occupations in the Middle Santa Cruz Valley, Southern Arizona: Investigations at the Stewart Brickyard and Rillito Loop Sites (TR-2005-15)

Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) proposed widening Interstate 10 (I-10) between Cortaro Road and Tangerine Road in northern Pima County, Arizona. Desert Archaeology, Inc., was contracted to mitigate the potential effects construction would have on significant cultural resources. A phased data recovery program was completed that addressed construction impacts at five archaeological sites along the I-10 corridor. Phase 1, exploratory trenching, tested for subsurface deposits at AZ AA:12:51 (ASM), AA:12:252 (ASM), AZ AA:12:486 (ASM), AZ AA:12:256 (ASM). Phase 2 investigations, consisting of horizontal mechanical stripping and hand-excavation, mitigated the remaining two sites and revealed a canal complex recorded as AZ AA:12:961 (ASM).

Results as a whole for the project area indicate a sequence of small, dispersed activity locales, which were occupied intermittently over an exceedingly long duration time.

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Weight 2.5000 lbs