Archaeology Notes

Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322), v. 1: Excavation Results, Data Analysis, and Interpretation

Note number: 472vol1
Author: Post, Stephen S.
Title: Excavations for the New Mexico History Museum (LA 111322), v. 1: Excavation Results, Data Analysis, and Interpretation
County: Santa Fe
Date of report: 2015
Date of project: 2002-2004
Type of project: [Restricted] Excavation
County: Santa Fe
LA number(s): 111322
Project number: 41.690
Project name: Palace
Subject: [RESTRICTED] [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)
Pages: 3 volumes (1720 pp total); v. 1 (1–552), v. 2 (F 1–F 474), v. 3 (T 1–T 694)