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Archaeology Notes 323

A Plan for Data Recovery Investigations at LA 84927, LA 89021, and LA 138960, U.S. 84/285 Santa Fe to Pojoaque Corridor, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2003
Boyer, Jeffrey L., Steven A. Lakatos, and James L. Moore
The three sites have multiple components, with evidence of Archaic and prehistoric Puebloan occupations.
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Archaeology Notes 324

An Archaeological Resources Inventory of Road Easement and Temporary Construction Permit Areas in Advance of Highway Reconstruction along U.S. 84/285 from the Santa Fe Opera House Road, Tesuque Flea Market, to Cuyamungue, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2003
Hannaford, Charles A., and Eric Blinman
Inventory of 15 road easement and temporary construction permit areas.
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Archaeology Notes 325

Fallen Pine Shelter: 3,000 Years of Prehistoric Occupation on the Mescalero Apache Reservation
2004
Oakes, Yvonne R.
The occupation of Fallen Pine Shelter from the Archaic to Pueblo periods.
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Archaeology Notes 326

An Archaeological Resources Inventory of Construction Maintenance Easements in Advance of Highway Reconstruction along U.S. 84/285 from the Santa Fe Opera House Road, Tesuque Flea Market, to Cuyamungue, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2003
Hannaford, Charles A., and Eric Blinman
Inventory of 20 construction maintenance easements in advance of road reconstruction.
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Archaeology Notes 327

Excavation at LA 134297: The Library Addition at Gonzales Elementary School, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2003
Hannaford, Charles A.
A possible thermal feature was found to consist of noncultural swamp deposits.
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Archaeology Notes 328

Preliminary Results of Data Recovery Investigations at LA 391 and Emergency Data Recovery Investigations at LA 388, U.S. 84/285 Santa Fe to Pojoaque Corridor, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2003
Nancy J. Akins, Steven A. Lakatos, and Jeffrey L. Boyer
[RESTRICTED] A Developmental period site (LA 391) with 107 features including sixteen human burials- and a late Developmental period site (LA 388) with three structures, midden deposits, several extramural features, and one human burial representing at least two occupations.
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Archaeology Notes 329

Archaeological Survey of 1.280 Acres on Chupadera Mesa for the New Mexico State Land Office
2003
Oakes, Yvonne R.
Two small lithic scatters and a historic pit.
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Archaeology Notes 330

A Proposed Data Recovery Plan for LA 139021, along NM 300, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2003
Lentz, Stephen C.
A lithic artifact scatter and charcoal stain.
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Archaeology Notes 331

Survey of Two Abandoned Mine Areas near New Hanover, Grant County, New Mexico
2004
Oakes, Yvonne R.
The Latite mines (LA 140228) consists of 13 shallow prospect pits or open shafts dating to 1880–early 1900s. The Oversight mine (LA 140229), one open shaft and an associated shallow pit, dates to the early 1920s.
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Archaeology Notes 332

Survey of Eight Mines in the Florida and Little Florida Mining Districts, Luna County, New Mexico
2004
Zamora, Dorothy A.
Several known mining claims, including the Bradley mines, the West mines, and the San Tex mines. Features include mine shafts, waste piles, prospects, building foundations, and cairns.
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Archaeology Notes 333

Excavation at LA 139021: A Late Archaic Special-Activity Site
2004
Hannaford, Charles A.
A small lithic artifact scatter with a small roasting pit.
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Archaeology Notes 334

Archaeological Survey of 89.7 Acres on the Hubbell Ranch, near Quemado, Catron County, New Mexico
2004
Zamora, Dorothy A.
Two small fieldhouses or pueblos dating to the Reserve/Tularosa phase (AD 1000–1150).
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Archaeology Notes 335

An Archaeological Survey on the Sultemeier Ranch, near Corona, Lincoln County, New Mexico
2004
Zamora, Dorothy A.
Most of the sites consist of ceramics, chipped stone, and ground stone, and several have above-ground structures.
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Archaeology Notes 336

Survey of Portions of the Heaton and Southwestern Mines, Gallup, New Mexico
2005
Zamora, Dorothy A., and Yvonne R. Oakes
The Heaton Mine (LA 66501) was in operation from the early 1900s to the early 1920s; the Southwestern Mine (LA 145687) to the 1950s.
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Archaeology Notes 337

Monitoring of Cultural Resources within Segments of U.S. 180, U.S. 60, NM 12, NM 36, and NM 435 for Tree Thinning in Catron County, New Mexico
2004
Oakes, Yvonne R.
Monitoring of 9 sites during tree thinning.
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Archaeology Notes 337a

Addendum to Monitoring of Cultural Resources within Segments of US 180, US 60, NM 12, NM 32, NM 36, and NM 435, in Catron County, New Mexico
2004
Oakes, Yvonne R.
Monitoring of 2 sites during tree thinning.
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Archaeology Notes 338

An Archaeological Survey of Ash Springs Canyon, near Silver City, Grant County, New Mexico
2004
Alldritt, Philip R.
Civilian Conservation Corps erosion-control dams built in the late 1930s.
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Archaeology Notes 339

An Archaeological Survey in Bonita Canyon, near Corona, Lincoln County, New Mexico
2004
Alldritt, Philip R.
The sites consisted mostly of ceramic, chipped stone, and a few chipped stone artifacts. LA 143803 also has structural remains.
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Archaeology Notes 340

Santa Fe–Pojoaque Clearance Project
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Moore, James L.
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Archaeology Notes 341

An Archaeological Survey in Sagebrush Hills, near Taos, New Mexico
2004
Zamora, Dorothy A.
All of the sites were lithic scatters except LA 144199, a lithic and ceramic artifact scatter with Pueblo period Taos gray ware ceramics.
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Archaeology Notes 342

A Plan for Archival Research for LA 140462, in Des Moines, Union County, New Mexico
2004
Zamora, Dorothy A., and Yvonne R. Oakes
Railroad-related features and a structural foundation with associated historic debris.
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Archaeology Notes 343

Excavations at LA 80000, the Santa Fe Plaza Community Stage Location, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2004
Lentz, Stephen C.
Intact stratigraphy dating to the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries and the modern era.
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Archaeology Notes 344

Dinetah Phase Occupation and the Twin War Gods on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation: Excavations along NM 537, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
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Oakes, Yvonne R.
LA 71263 was a burned Navajo hogan occupied during the Gallina period (AD 1050–1300) and between AD 1300 and 1700. LA 76270, a sherd and lithic artifact site, may have been a campsite during the Dinetah or subsequent Gobernador phase (ca. 1600–1775). A nearby Gallina-phase tower structure, a component of LA 143324, contained corncobs left by Dinetah-phase people, as indicated by a radiocarbon date of about AD 1640. A pictograph of the Twin War Gods is on the cliff wall near the tower unit.
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Archaeology Notes 345

High Rolls Cave: Insectos, Burritos, y Frajos: Archaic Subsistence in Southern New Mexico
2006
Lentz, Stephen C.
Excavation revealed deposits from the middle and late Archaic periods: deeply stratified materials, floors, diagnostic artifacts, and features radiocarbon dated to 1500 BC–AD 250.
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Archaeology Notes 347

An Archaeological Survey on Deer Canyon Ranch, Torrance County, New Mexico
2004
Zamora, Dorothy A.
Two sites have lithic artifacts, and two also have projectile points, ceramics, and ground stone.
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