Survey of the Wright Spring Watershed
Cultural Resources on the Lincoln National Forest
USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Cultural Resources Miscellaneous Papers
In order to ensure that no cultural resources will be affected by the proposed Wright Spring (Snaky Canyon) watershed project, an archeological survey was conducted on 250 acres of the Cloudcroft District, Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico, in April 1978. The purpose of the Snaky Canyon watershed project is to alleviate the effects of an arroyo which is deeply entrenched within the valley. A variety of alternative plans for dealing with this arroyo have been formulated. These plans, and their projected impacts on cultural resources, are discussed in later sections of this report.
Originally the information in this record was migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. In 2014, as part of its effort to improve tDAR content, the Center for Digital Antiquity uploaded a copy of the document and further improved the record metadata.
Tainter, J. A. Survey of the Wright Spring Watershed. In Cultural Resources on the Lincoln National Forest. USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Cultural Resources Miscellaneous Papers 35.