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Archaeology Notes 440

Archaeological Monitoring of Dumpster Enclosure Footings at LA 1051, near City Hall, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2011
Richard Montoya
Archaeological monitoring of the excavation of footings for a new dumpster enclosure west of City Hall.
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Archaeological Data Recovery Plan for the Executive Office Building, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2011
Barbour, Matthew J.
Deposits from a nineteenth- and twentieth-century residential neighborhood.
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Archaeological and Historical Study of the School for Advanced Research Campus at 660, 666, and 679 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2011
Post, Stephen S.
Historic water-retention dams, refuse areas, the Lambert corral and pens, and swales/ruts from livestock and wheeled traffic.
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Archaeology Notes 444

Executive Office Building: Further Explorations in the Capitol Complex Historic Neighborhood, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2014
Matthew J. Barbour, Susan M. Moga, Donald E. Tatum, and Karen L. Wening
Data recovery at LA 158037 for the Executive Office Building project. These investigations resulted in the documentation of three structures, 157 features, and 1,568 artifacts and samples.
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Archaeology Notes 445vol1

In the Shadow of Standing Mountain: An Archaeological Survey of the Northern Portion of Cookes Range, Luna County, NM; v. I: Survey & Site Reports; Interpretations, Conclusions, and Recommendations
2014
Barbour, Matthew J., Susan M. Moga, and Donald E. Tatum
[RESTRICTED] 4,763-acre survey for Abandoned Mine Land (AML) program/EMNRD focused on mining features in the Cookes Range in southwestern NM, near Deming. Twenty-nine sites—from small prehistoric and protohistoric Native American flaked stone scatters to largescale hard-rock mining communities dating to the 19th and 20th centuries—were documented. The three largest sites, Cooks (LA 50096), Hadley (LA 172093), and Jose (LA 50090), represent sub-districts within the Cookes Peak Mining District, which flourished at the turn of the twentieth century. (Two-volume series: In the Shadow of Standing Mountain: An Archaeological Survey of the Northern Portion of Cookes Range, Luna County, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 445vol2

In the Shadow of Standing Mountain: An Archaeological Survey of the Northern Portion of Cookes Range, Luna County, NM; v. II: Appendixes
2014
Barbour, Matthew J., Susan M. Moga, and Donald E. Tatum
[RESTRICTED] 4,763-acre survey for Abandoned Mine Land (AML) program/EMNRD focused on mining features in the Cookes Range in southwestern NM, near Deming. Twenty-nine sites—from small prehistoric and protohistoric Native American flaked stone scatters to largescale hard-rock mining communities dating to the 19th and 20th centuries—were documented. The three largest sites, Cooks (LA 50096), Hadley (LA 172093), and Jose (LA 50090), represent sub-districts within the Cookes Peak Mining District, which flourished at the turn of the twentieth century. (Two-volume series: In the Shadow of Standing Mountain: An Archaeological Survey of the Northern Portion of Cookes Range, Luna County, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 447

An Archaeological Assessment and Monitoring Plan for the PERA Building Parking Lot Park & Ride Shelter and ADA Ramp Project, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2012
Matthew J. Barbour, Richard H. Montoya, and Mary Y. Weahkee
Literature review and archaeological assessment of the area proposed for the PERA Building parking lot Park & Ride Shelter and Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Ramp Project.
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Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed Replacement of Bridge 3457, Loop 16, across the Cimarron River, Springer, Colfax County, New Mexico, NMDOT Project No. CN D4039
2012
Dorothy A. Zamora and Gerry Raymond
Cultural resource survey of the project area, near Springer, Colfax County, New Mexico. Small portion of an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (AT & SF) railroad grade (LA 172617) documented and the remains of an old AT & SF railroad bridge abutment also surveyed.
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Archaeology Notes 452

Horseshoes and Potsherds: The 2012 Archaeological Investigation at Fort Sumner, Bosque Redondo State Monument, De Baca County, New Mexico
2015
Barbour, Matthew J., and Tatum, Donald E.
SURVEY [?/RESTRICTED]. OAS conducted an archaeological survey and testing in preparation for a ground disturbance project at Fort Sumner/Bosque Redondo State Monument. The area of land considered for the project was known to have housed three structures associated with the Fort Sumner military installation. To ascertain whether any cultural deposits or features were present, OAS conducted a pedestrian survey of the project area and excavated four test trenches.
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Archaeology Notes 453vol1

10,000 Years of Transient Occupation in the Jornada Del Muerto: Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico, v. 1: Background, Site Descriptions, Laboratory Analysis [part 1]
2014
Moore, James L., and Nancy J. Akins
[v. 1: Background, Site Descriptions, Laboratory Analysis (analysis, part 1: Chipped Stone; Ground Stone & Ornaments)] Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico. Study demonstrates a long series of Prehistoric- through Historic-period occupations at these sites, beginning at least as early as the Folsom period (LA 111429, LA 155963, and LA 155968), and including the Archaic period (LA 111435, LA 155963, and possibly LA 156877), the Late Archaic/Mesilla-phase transition (LA 111429 and LA 155963), the Mesilla phase (LA 111422, LA 111429, LA 111435, LA 155963, LA 155968, and possibly LA 155969), the Doña Ana/ El Paso phase transition (LA 155963), and the Protohistoric to early Historic periods (LA 111429, LA 155963, LA 155964, and LA 155968). (2-volume series; 10,000 Years of Transient Occupation in the Jornada Del Muerto: Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico)
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10,000 Years of Transient Occupation in the Jornada Del Muerto: Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico, v. 2: Laboratory Analysis [part 2], Syntheses & Supporting Studies
2014
Moore, James L., and Nancy J. Akins
[v. 2: Laboratory Analysis (part 2: Faunal; Ethnobotanical; Ceramic; Radiocarbon), Syntheses & Supporting Studies, Refs, Appendixes] Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico. Study demonstrates a long series of Prehistoric- through Historic-period occupations at these sites, beginning at least as early as the Folsom period (LA 111429, LA 155963, and LA 155968), and including the Archaic period (LA 111435, LA 155963, and possibly LA 156877), the Late Archaic/Mesilla-phase transition (LA 111429 and LA 155963), the Mesilla phase (LA 111422, LA 111429, LA 111435, LA 155963, LA 155968, and possibly LA 155969), the Doña Ana/ El Paso phase transition (LA 155963), and the Protohistoric to early Historic periods (LA 111429, LA 155963, LA 155964, and LA 155968). (2-volume series; 10,000 Years of Transient Occupation in the Jornada Del Muerto: Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 456

LA 159879: A Late Archaic/Early Agricultural Period Site in the Mimbres Bolson, Near Deming, Luna County, New Mexico
2015
Akins, Nancy J., Matthew J. Barbour, Robert Dello-Russo, and Stephen C. Lentz
Late Archaic/Early Agricultural–period base camp, where occupants exploited both wild and domestic plant species growing along the floodplain of the Mimbres River. Notably, cotton pollen was identified beneath a ground stone artifact associated with an ephemeral structure; the most accurate dates recovered for the structure were between 897 and 774 cal BC (2 sigma). This indirect date for cotton is consistent with early cotton dates in southeast Arizona and may currently be the oldest evidence of domesticated cotton in New Mexico. Radiocarbon dates for the corn remains are 758–429 cal BC (2 sigma).
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Archaeology Notes 466

Archaeological Testing at Camino Torcido Loop, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2015
Tatum, Donald E., and Montoya, Richard H.
OAS conducted limited archaeological testing in advance of plans by the Santa Fe County Public Works Department to implement the Camino Torcido Loop Paving and Drainage Design Project in the right-of-way (ROW) of Camino Torcido Loop. The purpose of testing was to determine the nature and extent of any potential subsurface archaeological resources associated with LA 16, an extensive Pueblo IV to Historic period village that overlaps the southern end of Camino Torcido Loop.
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Archaeology Notes 471

Archaeological Monitoring of an Erosion Control Project at LA 126142, in Madrid, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2016
Moga, Susan M.
OAS performed archaeological monitoring for the New Mexico Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Program Erosion Control Maintenance and Stabilization Project in Madrid, Santa Fe County, New Mexico. AML proposed a comprehensive plan to manage storm water runoff in the Madrid Historic District. Monitoring included the rehabilitation of a historic concrete box culvert and a railroad switch, both associated with mining operations that occurred in Madrid between 1893 and 1950.
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Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322), v. 1: Excavation Results, Data Analysis, and Interpretation
2015
Post, Stephen S.
[UNCORRECTED PROOF] Three-phase archaeological investigation behind the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, NM, preparatory to the development of the site for the NMHM. Excavation results and data analysis and interpretation, documenting over 160 cultural features from the early Spanish Colonial period to the early twentieth-century and recovery of 700,000 artifacts. Research focuses on the spatial-temporal systematics of site structure, organization within a shifting multicultural setting, and creation of a spatial database integrating Palace data into past and ongoing urban archaeology research and investigations in downtown Santa Fe. (Three-volume series: Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322): 350 Years of Occupation and Changing Land Use Behind the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 472vol2

Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322), v. 2: FIGURES
2015
Post, Stephen S.
[UNCORRECTED PROOF] Three-phase archaeological investigation behind the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, NM, preparatory to the development of the site for the NMHM. Excavation results and data analysis and interpretation, documenting over 160 cultural features from the early Spanish Colonial period to the early twentieth-century and recovery of 700,000 artifacts. Research focuses on the spatial-temporal systematics of site structure, organization within a shifting multicultural setting, and creation of a spatial database integrating Palace data into past and ongoing urban archaeology research and investigations in downtown Santa Fe. (Three-volume series: Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322): 350 Years of Occupation and Changing Land Use Behind the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico)
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Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322), v. 3: TABLES
2015
Post, Stephen S.
[UNCORRECTED PROOF] Three-phase archaeological investigation behind the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, NM, preparatory to the development of the site for the NMHM. Excavation results and data analysis and interpretation, documenting over 160 cultural features from the early Spanish Colonial period to the early twentieth-century and recovery of 700,000 artifacts. Research focuses on the spatial-temporal systematics of site structure, organization within a shifting multicultural setting, and creation of a spatial database integrating Palace data into past and ongoing urban archaeology research and investigations in downtown Santa Fe. (Three-volume series: Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322): 350 Years of Occupation and Changing Land Use Behind the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 473

Excavation of Six Test Pits at LA 3546, U.S. Veterans Hospital No. 55, Fort Bayard, Grant County, New Mexico
2015
Moga, Susan M., and Ann L. W. Stodder
OAS excavated six test pits at U.S. Veterans Hospital No. 55 at Fort Bayard in Grant County and New Mexico General Services Division made clear their plans to demolish the three-story hospital constructed in 1922 as a tuberculosis treatment center. Archaeological testing and excavation was conducted to determine whether intact deposits or foundations of earlier Fort Bayard buildings were present within the demolition zone. No intact deposits or foundations were encountered in the test excavations.
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Archaeology Notes 475

Class III Archaeological Survey for the Jacona Collection Site, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2015
Montoya, Richard H.
SURVEY [RESTRICTED]. OAS conducted an archaeological survey on Jacona Land Grant land in anticipation of construction of the Jacona Collection Site by the Santa Fe County Public Works Department. Twenty-four acres were surveyed with one site, one feature, and seven isolated occurrences being located. The site was a dump area utilized from the mid-1950s to the early 1960s; the feature was a trench cut-arroyo with modern trash and asphalt deposits. Isolated occurrences consisted of prehistoric ceramics and chipped stone.
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