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Archaeology Notes 416

Addendum to Testing Results and Data Recovery Plan for Sites along US 54, near Oscura, Lincoln County, New Mexico
2009
Oakes, Yvonne R.
Historic railroad maintenance camp, prehistoric artifact scatter, and prehistoric ceramic sherd and lithic artifact site.
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Testing Results and Data Recovery Plan for Sites along US 54, near Oscura, Lincoln County, New Mexico
2009
Oakes, Yvonne R., Dorothy A. Zamora, and Don Tatum
Historic railroad maintenance camp, prehistoric artifact scatter, and prehistoric ceramic sherd and lithic artifact site.
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Archaeology Notes 417

Data Recovery at Three Archaeological Sites for the Acomita Interchange Improvements Project
2009
Lentz, Stephen C.
A small prehistoric Pueblo II-phase site; a multicomponent site in a deflated dune and exposed bedrock outcrop; an extensive, low-density sherd and artifact scatter; and an ethnohistorical study of the area.
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Archaeology Notes 418

An Archaeological Survey at the Harding Pegmatite Mine, Taos County, New Mexico
2010
Moga, Susan
Nineteen features associated with mining operations between 1900 and 1958.
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Archaeology Notes 419

[Palace of the Governors Print Shop]
in prep.
Post, Stephen S., et al.

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Archaeology Notes 420

Monitoring of Excavations at the Commanding Officer's Quarters, Fort Stanton, Lincoln County, New Mexico
2010
Montoya, Richard
No cultural features were observed during monitoring.
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Archaeology Notes 421

Paseo Gateway: Data Recovery at a Lithic Procurement Site in Rio Rancho, Sandoval County, New Mexico
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Hannaford, Charles A.
A lithic procurement site of long-term and repeated low-intensity use.
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Archaeology Notes 422vol1

From Acequias to Industry, the Archaeology of Neighborhood and Infrastructure at the Santa Fe Railyard, v. I: Excavation, Analysis, Synthesis
2014
Badner, Jessica A., Matthew J. Barbour, and Chris T. Wenker
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)
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From Acequias to Industry, the Archaeology of Neighborhood and Infrastructure at the Santa Fe Railyard, v. II: Appendixes
2014
Badner, Jessica A., Matthew J. Barbour, and Chris T. Wenker
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)
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Archaeology Notes 423

Testing and Data Recovery at Five Archaeological Sites along US 285 between Mileposts 372 and 379.32, South of Tres Piedras, Taos County, New Mexico
2010
Barbour, Matthew J., and Charles A. Hannaford
Four of the sites contain flaked stone assemblages from various time periods related to hunting.
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Archaeology Notes 424

Data Recovery Results from the First Judicial District Courthouse Complex, LA 156207, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2011
Steven A. Lakatos
Five intact postcontact features including two refuse pits containing railroad-era debris, a ca. 1933–1940 refuse pit and privy vault, and an irrigation channel. A precontact horizon (AD 1275–1400) represented a small residential complex.
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Archaeology Notes 425

Archaeological Survey of the San Pedro Mines and Placer Fields of Golden, Santa Fe County, New Mexico
2013
Yvonne R. Oakes and Dorothy A. Zamora
Eight documented sites: the historic townsite and mines of San Pedro (LA 16305), mine workings on San Pedro Mountain (LA 163695), and the placer fields at Golden and several claims (LA 142711 to LA 142716). 1,112 recorded features associated with these sites, including mines, placers, ore mills, beehive ovens, shafts, adits, dwellings, structural foundations, and several prehistoric sherd and lithic artifact scatters. A total of 18,884 artifacts were recorded.
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Archaeology Notes 426

Addendum to an Archaeological Survey in the Cerrillos Hills on or adjacent to the Bonanza Creek Ranch, Santa Fe County,New Mexico
2010
Lentz, Stephen C.
Four previously unrecorded sites in the Cerrillos Mining District.
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Archaeology Notes 427

Archaeological Survey of the Cleveland Mine Workings in the Pinos Altos Mining District, Grant County, New Mexico
2010
Moga, Susan M.
Features associated with mining at the Cleveland Mill between 1860 and 1922.
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Archaeology Notes 428

Results of Archaeological Monitoring at the First Judicial District Courthouse Complex, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2010
Lakatos, Steven A.
A previously unrecorded site (LA 167408) consisted of post-European contact features, including a Territorial- to early Statehood-period roadway, an irrigation channel, and a mixed deposit containing pre- and post-European contact cultural material.
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Archaeology Notes 429

Archaeological Investigations at the Hansonburg Mining District, near Bingham, New Mexico
2010
Lentz, Stephen C.
Forty-six historic mine-related features.
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Archaeology Notes 430

A Research Design for the Archaeological Investigation of 14 Sites at Spaceport America, Sierra County, New Mexico
2010
Moore, James L., Nancy J. Akins, Robert Dello-Russo, and Stephen S. Post
A plan for the archaeological investigation of 14 sites at Spaceport America.
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Archaeology Notes 431

Archaeological Investigations of the Dandee Coal Mine (LA 168675) and LA 168676 in Tierra Amarilla, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
2010
Moga, Susan M.
Seven features associated with mining between 1944 and 1955.
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Archaeology Notes 432

Additional Survey in the Coal Camps of Vermejo Park Ranch, Colfax County, New Mexico
2011
Oakes, Yvonne R., and Dorothy A. Zamora
Additional and previously recorded mining features. See Archaeology Notes 397.
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Archaeology Notes 433

A Pan, a Spoon, a Bell, and a Gun: Limited Test Excavations for Facility Improvements at Rancho de los Luceros (LA 37549), Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
2010-2011
Lentz, Stephen C.
Two components consisting of late Territorial (AD 1800–1880) and Rio Grande Classic (AD 1325–1450) deposits.
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Archaeology Notes 434

[Medanales]
in prep.
Maxwell, Timothy D.

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Archaeology Notes 435

Test Excavations at Eight Sites at the Spaceport America Facility, Sierra County, New Mexico
2012
Nancy J. Akins and James L. Moore
Testing at eight archaeological sites at Spaceport America in Sierra County, New Mexico
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Archaeology Notes 436

Adaptations in the Northern Jornada Mogollon: Four Sites on US 54, Carrizozo, New Mexico
2016
Zamora, Dorothy A., and Oakes, Yvonne R.
Testing and data recovery at four archaeological sites (three prehistoric and one historic) along US 54 in Lincoln and Otero counties. Work was completed for the New Mexico Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration following the proposal that shoulders and lanes be replaced and widened between Milepost 107 and Milepost 119, between Carrizozo and Three Rivers.
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Archaeology Notes 437

Monitoring at the Former PERA Building, LA 168891, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2011
Moga, Susan M., and Stephen S. Post
Human skeletal elements and the removal of a steel diesel tank.
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Archaeology Notes 439

Archaeological Monitoring and Testing for Four Light Posts on the Santa Fe Plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2011
Matthew J. Barbour
Artifacts dating to the seventeenth to twentieth century.
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