Archaeology Notes

Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, v. 1: Introduction to the US 84/285 Projects

Note number: 404vol1
Author: Boyer, Jeffrey L.
Title: Land Use, Settlement, and Community in the Southern Tewa Basin, v. 1: Introduction to the US 84/285 Projects
County: Santa Fe
Date of report: 2016[tent]
Date of project: 1998-2004
Type of project: Excavation
County: Santa Fe
LA number(s): 160, 388, 390, 391, 740, 750, 835, 3119, 4968, 6568, 6579, 84927, 89021, 101410, 111326, 111333, 138924, 138960, 145398
Project number: 41.678
Project name: Santa Fe–Pojoaque Corridor
Subject: 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)
Pages: 3 volumes ([?] pp total); v. 1: 340 pp (i–xiv, 1–326)