Archaeology Notes

From Acequias to Industry, the Archaeology of Neighborhood and Infrastructure at the Santa Fe Railyard, v. I: Excavation, Analysis, Synthesis

Note number: 422vol1
Author: Badner, Jessica A., Matthew J. Barbour, and Chris T. Wenker
Title: From Acequias to Industry, the Archaeology of Neighborhood and Infrastructure at the Santa Fe Railyard, v. I: Excavation, Analysis, Synthesis
County: Santa Fe
Date of report: 2014
Date of project: 2004-2006
Type of project: Testing and Excavation
County: Santa Fe
LA number(s): TESTED: 120957, 146402, 146403, 146404, 146405, 146406, 146407, 146408, 146409, 146410, 146411, 146412, 146413, 146414, 146415, 146416, 146417, 146418, 149909, 149910, 149911, 149912, 149913, 149914, 149915, 149916, 149917, 149918, 149919, 153441, 153442; EXCAVATED: 120957, 146402, 146403, 146405, 146407, 146408, 146410, 146411, 146412, 146413, 146418, 149909, 149912, 149913, 149915
Project number: 41.763, 41.791
Project name: Railyard
Subject: Testing and data-recovery excavations at 31 archaeological sites in the Santa Fe Railyard Park. The Santa Fe Railyard project area was divided into north and south excavation areas. The sites are presented in groups according to cultural temporal assignment and are generally reported from north to south. Major components include: a Spanish Colonial- to Mexican-era midden deposit, nineteenth-century field remnants excavated at LA 146402 (Chapter 3); Acequias (Chapter 2); sites primarily associated with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (Chapter 3); sites primarily associated with the New Mexico Central Railway (Chapter 4); Neighborhood Refuse sites (Chapter 5); and Twentieth-Century Industrial sites (Chapter 6). (Two-volume series: From Acequias to Industry, the Archaeology of Neighborhood and Infrastructure at the Santa Fe Railyard)
Pages: 2 volumes (968 pp total); v. I (i-xxiv, 1–652), v. II (i–ii, 653–942)
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