2 edition of Preliminary assessment of four petroglyph sites, Gila River Indian Reservation found in the catalog.
Preliminary assessment of four petroglyph sites, Gila River Indian Reservation
William Harper Doelle
|Statement||by William Doelle ; submitted by Cultural Resource Management Section, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona.|
|Series||Archaeological series ; no. 95, Archaeological series (Tucson, Ariz.) -- no. 95.|
|Contributions||Arizona State Museum. Cultural Resource Management Section., Smith, (A. Wayne) and Associates.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||23|
Flow in the Gila River from the flood of October infiltrated the stream channel and recharged the groundwater system along the Gila River floodplain from Ashurst-Hayden Dam to the confluence with the Salt River. Changes in groundwater levels from January to March confirmed the occurrence of recharge to the groundwater system. The average water level change for 74 wells was + ft. This study concerns the distribution, geologic character, probable extent, and potential economic importance of those various mineral substances that have been found to occur within the Gila River Indian Reservation in Arizona.
The GILA RIVER INDIAN Community headquartered in Sacaton, Arizona is home to the Mul-Cha-Tha festive gathering and the annual Ira Hayes Parade. This reservation has representatives of every tribe in Arizona but mostly the Pima, Maricopa, Tohono Oodham, Apache and Navajo. AZ Petroglyph Hunters, Chandler, Arizona. likes. AZ petroglyph hunters is all about the search for, and photographing of petroglyph sites in AZ and southern NV. Only public sites Followers:
Stratigraphy and dating provide an 18, yr record of erosion and deposition by the middle Gila River. Prior to 18, cal yr B.P., the Gila River cut into its floodplain and created a deep, wide. In the early 's when ground-water pumping began in the vicinity of the Gila River Indian Reservation, depths to water below the land surface ranged from less than 10 feet to about feet and the general direction of ground-water flow was toward the northwest. In , depths to water ranged from less than 50 feet to more than feet.
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Historical background of the Gila River Reservation United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Water and Power.
The Gila River Indian Community is an Indian reservation in the U.S. state of Arizona, lying adjacent to the south side of the city of Phoenix, within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area in Pinal and Maricopa counties. Gila River Indian Reservation was established inand the Gila River Indian Community formally established by Congress in The community is home for members of both the.
Petroglyph maps may show trails, symbols communicating time and distances traveled, as well as the local terrain in the form of rivers, landforms, and other geographic features.
A petroglyph that represents a landform or the surrounding terrain is known as a geocontourglyph. The Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) is an Indian reservation in the U.S. state of Arizona, lying adjacent to the south side of the city of Phoenix, within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area in Pinal and Maricopa counties.
Gila River Indian Reservation was established inand the Gila River Indian Community formally established by Congress in The community is home for members of both. tributaries to the Gila River Preliminary assessment of four petroglyph sites both join the Gila near the northwest corner of the Gila River Indian Reservation.
The Gila River drains more t square miles east and southeast of the reservation. The Salt River and its major tributary, the Verde River, drain more t square miles north and northeast of the by: 4.
The Canal and Butte Camp sites are located on the Gila River Indian Reservation. The sites are treated as sacred sites by the tribe (Cohen ) and public access is restricted.
The perimeters of both camps are posted with "no trespassing" signs. A permit must be obtained from the Gila River Indian tribe to visit the sites.
Three Rivers Petroglyph Site The basaltic ridge rising above the Three Rivers Valley contains o petroglyphs, including masks, sunbursts, wildlife, handprints, and geometric designs. The number and concentration of petroglyphs make this one of the largest and most interesting rock art sites.
These ruins are located in the Tonto National Forest, a few miles north of Sears-Kay and other sites. Access is somewhat difficult, and required driving on rough forest roads and hiking off-trail.
The effort was rewarded however, by finding a well-preserved structure and. Criminal trespass on gila river reservation at what used to be a working airport. I was sited for trespassing on the Gila River indian Reservaton while looking at the old abandoned planes parked there.
There were no signs showing it was Indian land. It is closed, so there was no chance of aircraft landing. Gila River Local Updates. Visit the Community's online resource for GRIC related information.
Details. Gila River Indian Community News. is the Gila River Indian Community's news site. The top local source for news and information, Details. Gila. This book has information about 21 different Indian ruins in Arizona, all of which are said to be less well-known.
Although the version on Google Books has some pages left out, several chapters are available. Each chapter includes both longitude/latitude coordinates and maps. Hiking Ruins Seldom Seen. In addition, here is the book’s website.
The people of the Gila River Indian Community of the Gila River Indian Reservation are descencded from the Akimel O’odham, also known as Pima Indians, and the Pee Posh (Maricopa).
Official Tribal Name: Gila River Indian Community of the Gila River Indian Reservation. District 1 – Shuckma hudag or Oos Kek, which translates to “Blackwater” and “Stick Stand.”. This is a wonderful book with fantastic pictures of the rock art in the Wind River and Bighorn mountains of WY.
I have been to Legend Rock and many of the rock art 'drawings' are included in the book. I have also seen a few of the Dinwoody rock art, which are also included/5(11).
American Indian Library Services in Perspective: From Petroglyphs to Hypertext by Elizabeth Rockefeller-Macarthur, Ruth Rockefeller, Phillip Macarthur and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Gila River Animal Control Shelter Picture Volunteers Page.
likes 1 talking about this. There is a small virtually unknown shelter located in Sacaton, Az. The purpose of this page is to Followers: S rchaeology Southwest Magaine V N F SOUTHWESTERN UTAH Clear Creek—Fremont Indian State Park (Richf ield) Directions: Fremont Indian State Park is located near Five Finger Ridge, a large Fremont habitation site that was destroyed during the construction of the I freeway.
The museum has nice displays of artifacts recovered from theFile Size: KB. The Patio Area is the very southeastern tip of the Sierra Estrellas. Historically, it was the most visited place in the mountain range.
For Gila Trail travellers, this marked a rest spot after "short-cutting" the Gila River from Pima Butte, near the junction with the Santa Cruz river, to /5(4). EVALUATION OF GROUND-WATER RECHARGE ALONG THE GILA RIVER AS A RESULT OF THE FLOOD OF OCTOBERIN AND NEAR THE GILA RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, MARICOPA AND FINAL COUNTIES, ARIZONA By A.D.
Konieczki and S.R. Anderson ABSTRACT Flow in the Gila River from the flood of October Cited by: 4. Gila River Indian Reservation. Mineral Investigation of the Sierra Estrella Wilderness Study Area (AZ°), Maricopa County, Arizona MLA Basic Information.
Author: Korzeb, S.L. Description. Setting the record straight on wilderness, environmental, political, and recreation focused news in Utah and the Western States. Gila River Indian Reservation was a reservation established in by the United States government in New Mexico Territory, to set aside the lands of the Akimel O’odham (Pima) and the Piipaash (Maricopa) people along the Gila River, in what is now Pinal County, self-government of the reservation as the Gila River Indian Community was established by Congress in from just two sites: (1) at Bald Friar in the lower Sus- quehanna River, and (2) at Great Falls in the middle Potomac River.
The de- signs, though sometimes readily recognizable, are often enigmatic. In any case, the meaning behind the petroglyphs, which are thought to be some File Size: KB.The views from the top of the petroglyph hill are incredible.
You can see all the way down the Tularosa Valley to White Sands, which must be 50 miles away. There was a tame roadrunner called Rocky, but he never stood still long enough for me to get a good photo.5/5(10).