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Archaeology Notes 394

Triple Six at Twin Lakes: Data Recovery Results from Five Sites along US 666, McKinley County, New Mexico
2014
Lakatos, Steven A.
LA 104106 and LA 32964 contained substantial intact cultural deposits. The most robust evidence of occupation dated to the early Basketmaker II, late Basketmaker III, and pre-Bosque Redondo periods. Evidence of Pueblo II–Pueblo III and post-Bosque Redondo occupation was documented mainly outside the area of potential effect.
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The First Judicial District Courthouse Complex: Research Design and Data Recovery Plan for LA 156207
2008
Lakatos, Steven A.
Four features and a prehistoric horizon.
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Archaeology Notes 396

Archaeological Testing and Data Recovery Plan for the Capitol Parking Structure Project, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008
Barbour, Matthew
Most of the features and cultural strata represent cycles of demolition and use associated with a late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century residential neighborhood.
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Archaeology Notes 397

The Coal Camps of Vermejo Park Ranch, Colfax County, New Mexico
2010
Oakes, Yvonne R., and Dorothy A. Zamora
Seven historic coal mining camps and one isolated mine shaft on a privately owned ranch.
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Archaeology Notes 398vol1

Prehistoric Camps along Lower Nash Draw: The NM 128 Project in Eastern Eddy County, New Mexico, v. 1: Excavation and Analysis [part 1]
2016
Wiseman, Regge N.
[v. 1: Excavation and Analysis (analysis, part 1: Projectile Points and Chipped Stone; Texas Lithic Materials; Ground Stone Lithics and Ornaments)] Testing and data recovery at seven prehistoric sites and one historic site made necessary due to the widening and partial realignment of NM 128 from its junction with NM 31 to a point just beyond the turnoff to the Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP) facility. (2-volume series: Prehistoric Camps along Lower Nash Draw: The NM 128 Project in Eastern Eddy County, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 398vol2

Prehistoric Camps along Lower Nash Draw: The NM 128 Project in Eastern Eddy County, New Mexico, v. 2: Analysis [part 2], Research Design, Conclusions
2016
Wiseman, Regge N.
[v. 2: Analysis (part 2: Pottery; Botanical; Pollen; Fauna and Shell; Geormorphology; Radiocarbon [OxCal]; Special Biological), Research Design, Summary and Conclusions, Refs, Appendixes] Testing and data recovery at seven prehistoric sites and one historic site made necessary due to the widening and partial realignment of NM 128 from its junction with NM 31 to a point just beyond the turnoff to the Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP) facility. (2-volume series: Prehistoric Camps along Lower Nash Draw: The NM 128 Project in Eastern Eddy County, New Mexico)
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Archaeology Notes 399

Archaeological Testing at the Watson and Fresquez Properties, Lincoln State Monument, Lincoln, New Mexico
2008
Zamora, Dorothy A.
A stone wall dating possibly to the 1930s and a 1878 acequia.
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Archaeology Notes 400

Heritage Resource Inventory of a Portion of the Zuni 27 Mine, Cibola National Forest, Cibola County, New Mexico
In prepara
Zamora, Dorothy A.
An adit, stopes, shafts, a trench, wastepiles, loadouts, wooden frame structures, a structure area, bridges, and one trash area in a fluorspar mine and mining camp in operation from 1941 to 1953.
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Archaeology Notes 401

[Caja del Rio Paleoindian Site]
in prep.
Dello-Russo, Robert et al.

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Archaeology Notes 402

Archaeological Monitoring at the New Mexico Museum of Art Building, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2009
Martinez, Guadalupe
Monitoring of renovations at the East and West Sculpture Galleries.
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Archaeology Notes 403

Urban Archaeology in the Capitol Complex Historic Neighborhood, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2012
Matthew J. Barbour
Large-scale data recovery efforts to study intact cultural features and deposits in advance of construction of the State Capitol Parking Facility.
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Archaeology Notes 404vol1

Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, v. 1: Introduction to the US 84/285 Projects
2016[tent]
Boyer, Jeffrey L.
The investigations were associated with two separate highway projects along US 84/285: The Pojoaque South project, and the Santa Fe to Pojoaque Corridor project. Dates assigned to the nineteen sites investigated by these projects range from the Late Archaic to the Railroad period. The Late Archaic period dominated at LA 111333 and LA 138924. The late Developmental period was represented by components at 13 sites: LA 388, LA 390, LA 391, LA 740, LA 835, LA 3119, LA 6568, LA 6579, LA 84927, LA 89021, LA 111326, LA 138960, and LA 145398. Coalition-period pottery was identified at several sites, but the only component from this period that was specifically investigated was at LA 138960. Classic-period components were found at four sites: LA 101410, LA 111333, LA 138960, and LA 145398. Historic Native American components occurred at two sites—LA 750 and LA 6568—although the former may have been mixed with older materials. Historic Euroamerican components were identified at five sites: LA 160, LA 835, LA 4968, LA 6579, and LA 138960. (3-volume series: Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin)
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Archaeology Notes 404vol2

Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, v. 2: The Euroamerican Sites and Site Components
2017[tent]
Moore, James L.
The investigations were associated with two separate highway projects along US 84/285: The Pojoaque South project, and the Santa Fe to Pojoaque Corridor project. Dates assigned to the nineteen sites investigated by these projects range from the Late Archaic to the Railroad period. The Late Archaic period dominated at LA 111333 and LA 138924. The late Developmental period was represented by components at 13 sites: LA 388, LA 390, LA 391, LA 740, LA 835, LA 3119, LA 6568, LA 6579, LA 84927, LA 89021, LA 111326, LA 138960, and LA 145398. Coalition-period pottery was identified at several sites, but the only component from this period that was specifically investigated was at LA 138960. Classic-period components were found at four sites: LA 101410, LA 111333, LA 138960, and LA 145398. Historic Native American components occurred at two sites—LA 750 and LA 6568—although the former may have been mixed with older materials. Historic Euroamerican components were identified at five sites: LA 160, LA 835, LA 4968, LA 6579, and LA 138960. (3-volume series: Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin)
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Archaeology Notes 404vol3

Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, v. 3: The Native American Sites and Site Components
2017[tent]
Moore, James L.
The investigations were associated with two separate highway projects along US 84/285: The Pojoaque South project, and the Santa Fe to Pojoaque Corridor project. Dates assigned to the nineteen sites investigated by these projects range from the Late Archaic to the Railroad period. The Late Archaic period dominated at LA 111333 and LA 138924. The late Developmental period was represented by components at 13 sites: LA 388, LA 390, LA 391, LA 740, LA 835, LA 3119, LA 6568, LA 6579, LA 84927, LA 89021, LA 111326, LA 138960, and LA 145398. Coalition-period pottery was identified at several sites, but the only component from this period that was specifically investigated was at LA 138960. Classic-period components were found at four sites: LA 101410, LA 111333, LA 138960, and LA 145398. Historic Native American components occurred at two sites—LA 750 and LA 6568—although the former may have been mixed with older materials. Historic Euroamerican components were identified at five sites: LA 160, LA 835, LA 4968, LA 6579, and LA 138960. (3-volume series: Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin)
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Archaeology Notes 405

Archaeological Reconnaissance and Damage Assessment of 80 Acres on State Trust Land, San Miguel County, New Mexico
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Lentz, Stephen C., et al.
The sites indicate sporadic short-term occupation of the area from the Paleoindian to historic times.
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Archaeology Notes 406

Rio Rancho City Center: Archaeological Inventory of 78.3 Acres in Rio Rancho on New Mexico State Trust Land, Sandoval County, New Mexico
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Akins, Nancy J.
Two previously recorded sites, two newly discovered sites, and 100 isolated occurrences.
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Archaeology Notes 407

Archaeological Site Reconnaissance and Assessment for the Pueblo of Pojoaque, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2008
Lakatos, Steven A.
The location, extent, period(s) of occupation, and threats to the integrity of known archaeological sites on land administered by the Pueblo of Pojoaque.
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Archaeology Notes 408

Test Excavations and Data Recovery Plan for the La Villa Rivera/Marian Hall Complex (LA 161535) in Downtown Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2009
Moore, James L.
Testing revealed historic archaeological remains dating to the seventeenth and late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries.
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Archaeology Notes 409

Black Lake Tree-Thinning Project: Archaeological Survey near Black Lake, Colfax County, New Mexico
2009
Boyer, Jeffrey L., Guadalupe A. Martinez, and Donald E. Tatum
A modern Sun Dance ceremony site, a historic sheepherding camp, and three small rockshelters and a hunting blind.
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Archaeology Notes 410

Settlers and Soldiers: The Historic Component of El Pueblo de Santa Fe (LA 1051)
2011
Lentz, Stephen C., et al.
Archaeological findings associated with the Spanish Colonial, Mexican, American Territorial/Fort Marcy, and Statehood periods.
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Limited Archaeological Testing at LA 86797 along NM 547, Cibola County, New Mexico
2009
Troxler, Raul, and Charles A. Hannaford
Lithic artifact concentration of unknown cultural/temporal affiliation.
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Archaeology Notes 412

Archaeological Monitoring of the Installation of Seven Light Posts on the Santa Fe Plaza in Downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico
2010
Barbour, Matthew J.
Three discrete strata and twelve artifacts.
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Archaeology Notes 413

Excavations at Gonzales Elementary School, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2010
Lentz, Stephen C.
Historic cobble foundation and post foundations, and a burned stratum with mixed prehistoric and modern materials.
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Archaeology Notes 414

Testing and Data Recovery Plan for Five Archaeological Sites along US 285 South of Tres Piedras, Taos County, New Mexico
2009
Moore, James L.
Preliminary assessment of the sections of sites that fall within the construction zone.
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[CNMA]
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Badner, Jessica A.

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