In 1986, the Department of Defense executed a programmatic memorandum of agreement with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and· the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers to prepare a history and archival documentation of World War II temporary buildings. This memo discusses the Air Force position that it considers its historic preservation requirements for World War II temporary buildings to have been met under the terms of the agreement.
SHPO Correspondence Regarding Proposed Construction of the Special Tactics Squadron Training FacilityJoel A. Sloan
Correspondence between the base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from the proposed construction of the Special Tactics Squadron facility.
Correspondence between the base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from the demolition of Buildings 1818 and 1819.
Correspondence between the base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from the proposed installation of a 4-inch gas line.
Internal correspondence regarding the Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-11).
Letter from the NM HPD requesting copies of all tribal correspondence with the Pueblos of Laguna, San Ildefonso, and Taos and offering the SHPO's preferred alternative for the proposed action.
A Systemic Study of Air Combat Command Cold War Material Culture, Volume II-3: A Baseline Inventory of Cold War Material Culture at Cannon Air Force BaseLori Rhodes, Karen Lewis, Katherine J. Roxlau &
Cannon Air Force Base was inventoried between April 12 and 15, 1994 as part of the Air Combat Command Cold War study for the ongoing Department of Defense Legacy Program. Information was gathered at the base from the Wing Historian, the Drawing Room staff, and at the Civil Engineering, Real Property, and Public Affairs offices. On-site inspections were also conducted. During this research and inventory, resources were inventoried and photographed. A relatively small amount of...
Memorandum of Agreement Between Cannon Air Force Base and the New Mexico State Historic Preservation Officer Regarding Adverse Effects to LA 172689 and LA 173359 Cannon Air Force Base, Curry County, New MexicoRachel Fernandez
A signed MOA regarding sites LA 172689 and LA 173359.
Correspondence between the base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from the proposed construction of three microwave towers.
Correspondence between the base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from the proposed construction of a 9,500 sq. ft. addition to Building 4617.
Meetings notes from a meeting between Cannon AFB and the NM SHPO regarding the demolition of Building S-129.
Memo for CEC from CEV instructing all facilities scheduled for demolition must be reviewed for potential inclusion on the National Historic Preservation List (National Register of Historic Places).
Memo indicating SHPO involvement is not needed for the demolition of facilities 582, 682, and 840.
Memorandum Re: Supplemental Consultation Letter on the Effects the Area of Potential Effect (APE), a Potential “Significant Historic Property” Located in the Chavez South Area of Cannon AFB, Will Have on the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI)Rachel Fernandez
Supporting documents for the Chavez Manor Site (LA 172689).
The Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) is a planning document used to manage an installation's cultural resources management program. The document identifies cultural resource activities such as surveys and building inventories, that have taken place on an installation. It also identifies and describes historic resources within installation boundaries, identifies Native American groups affiliated with an installation, and provides a plan for staying in compliance with cultural resource laws. The document is used by installation...
Correspondence between the base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from the proposed installation of a new 12-inch water main.
Statement of Work for Modification of Contract with Geo Marine Incorporated Project CZQZ104412 and CZQZ128822Rachel Fernandez
Contact Modification Information for data recovery at LA 173359.
SHPO Correspondence Regarding Electrical Work Between Cannon Air Force Golf Course Club House and Main GateJoel A. Sloan
Correspondence between Cannon Air Force Base and the NM SHPO regarding the finding of no effect on known historic resources from proposed electrical work.
Newspaper article in the Clovis News Journal describing the potential designation of the historic trail "The Long Walk".
Historical and Architectural Overview of Aircraft Hangars of the Reserve and National Guard Installations from World War I Through the Cold War - Report, 2011 (Legacy 09-431)Jayne Aaron
This architectural history and context of aviation and hangar development in the Reserve and National Guard provides a framework that the National Guard and Reserves can use in the National Register eligibility determination process.
This chapter provides provides a complete, updated bibliographic survey of archaeobotanical research in Anatolia. It is limited to the current political borders of Turkey and only carpological (seed) remains; only reports that report results numerically are included. An analysis and interpretation of these data are included in this chapter.
Tonto Creek Archaeological Project - Artifact and Environmental Analyses, Volume 2: Stone Tool and Subsistence Studies
The Tonto Creek Archaeological Project (TCAP), funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), was conducted by Desert Archaeology, Inc., in advance of the 1994-1996 realignment of Arizona State Route 188 in the Tonto Basin of east-central Arizona. From 1992 to 1996, portions of 27 archaeological sites were investigated. Site components ranged in date from the Middle Archaic period to the Late Historic era. Most dated to the Colonial, Sedentary, and early Classic periods, circa...
This guide collects existing standards, guidance, and best practices on cultural resources interpretation and public outreach and examples of interpretation and public outreach projects. This project developed an evaluation rubric for comparing effectiveness of diverse project types and used that data to develop a source book of best examples and guidance to help DoD components and installations to develop their own creative cultural resources interpretation and public outreach projects.
Using Black Earth and Remote Sensing - Methods and Guidelines for Analysis of Indicator Species Distribution Using Remote Sensing - Presentation (Legacy 10-416)Sarah Johnson & Marc Abrams
This presentation continues the topic in the "Recommendations for Applying Results to DoD Modeling Initiatives" above. Remote sensing is defined, methods are presented, and interpretation and analysis are discussed. The theses of the presentation are that vegetation types containing high density of archaeological sites should show the highest potential for discovery of previously unknown cultural sites, and remote sensing, especially high-resolution aerial imagery, is useful in efficiently identifying potentially human-modified features on the ground.
Using Black Earth and Remote Sensing - Soil Analysis, Methods and Guidelines - Presentation (Legacy 10-416)Sarah Johnson & Marc Abrams
This presentation defines black earth/soils; describes sampling, lab, and analytical methods; outlines the use of the results in ArcMap (Inverse Distance Weighting spatial interpolation tool), and discusses species and soil mineral contents that may indicate use by Native Americans. The thesis of the presentation is that an integration of the use of vegetative indicator species and black earth has more predictive power than either alone.