Topic ID #29829 - posted 9/20/2013 3:24 PM

Prehistoric/Historic Archaeologist, Historian, Historic Preservationist



randy carlton

RANDY G. CARLTON, M.A.
 braiddda@yahoo.com
4725 North 15
thAvenue
Phoenix, AZ 85015
(602) 354-5711 (home)
(480) 398-0755 (cell)

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

I have over ten years of experience in prehistoric and historic archaeological investigations in the Southwest, Great Basin, and Plains culture areas. In that capacity I have served as crew chief on survey, testing, data recovery, and monitoring projects. In addition, I have five years of experience in history, including teaching, and three years of experience in forensics, also including teaching. I am proficient in the use of GPS, cartography, 3-D Crime Scene Mapping, archaeological field methods, public speaking, photography and forensic art.

Owner/operator; A Walk Through Time, Consulting Historian.

HISTORIC CONSULTING WORK EXAMPLES

Omak Community Theatre, Historic Consultant Stalag 17, a World War II POW themed play.
Bill Hotel, a teacher on the Smithsonian Mediterranean cruise, I provided information for a lecture on Saladin from the crusades.
Casa Grande Historical Society. Researched information on a Pinal County Arizona Sherriff, John Powers (aka Maricopa Slim), for the Lecture series on Slims murder and hobo life of the time in Southern Arizona.

I am often called upon to consult with students on history themes and direction for school projects, while working archaeology on historic landscapes and artifacts, private consultation for reenacting (various eras) and costuming, areal and satellite photo analysis, and antique identification.

I grew up with parents that would buy historic buildings all over the country. Then, as a family, we would repair the properties to their original condition using the original tools and material. We lived and worked on stage stops in Nevada and Arizona, a 1920's Hurricane house in Florida, and Pre-revolutionary war farm homes in Upstate New York just to name a few.

The above listed experiences combined with my MA and archaeological experience qualifies me under two categories of the National Historic Preservation Act. (History and Archaeology)

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

B.A., Liberal Studies, Eastern Washington University (June 2000)

M.A., History, with a minor in Criminal Justice, Eastern Washington University (August 2002)

Search and Rescue Management Certificate (1998)

Crime Scene Forensic Certificate

Department of the Interior, Various classes in Archaeology, Museum artifact management, and Wildlife.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

Harris Environmental Group, Inc., 650 N 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705, Tucson: 520-628-7648 Phoenix: 480-744-5688 (July 2013-July 2013) Position Archaeologist. Supervisor, John Czarzasty. .

Tumamoc Landfill Archaeological Monitoring to determine if any cultural resources could be adversely effected. Located one prehistoric site and several possible outside of the project area with artifacts washing into the project.

Harris Environmental Group, Inc., 650 N 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705, Tucson: 520.628.7648 Phoenix: 480-744-5688 (May 2013-May 2013) Position Historic Archaeologist. Supervisor, John Czarzasty.

One day archaeological survey, Marana Arizona

Grand Canyon University, 3300 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85017. Phone 602-639-7259 (January 2013- May 2013) Position Adjunct Professor. Supervisor, Sherman Elliott, Ed.D.

Adjunct Professor, 20th Century World History, (HIST331)

Harris Environmental Group, Inc., 650 N 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705, Tucson: 520-628-7648 Phoenix: 480-744-5688 (November 2012-December 2012) Position Archaeologist. Supervisor, John Czarzasty.

F-Bar, BLM Archaeological survey, Snowflake Arizona

Historic Write-up of project.

National Park Service, Flagstaff Area National Monuments, 6400 N. Hwy 89 Flagstaff, AZ 86004. Phone 928-526-1157 x233 (May 2012 - September 2012) Position Seasonal Preservation Archaeologist. Supervisor, Lisa Baldwin.

Ruins Preservation Archaeology Crew. Prehistoric Pueblos and one Historic Ranger Cabin, Flagstaff Arizona

Harris Environmental Group, Inc., 650 N 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705, Tucson: 520-628-7648 Phoenix: 480-744-5688 (November 2011-December 2011) Position Historic Archaeologist. Supervisor, Amber Harrison.

1900 acre archaeological survey Pahranagat Wildlife Refuge, Alamo Nevada

Cardno Tec Inc., Headquarters in Charlottesville, Virginia, 2496 Old Ivy Road, Suite 300, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 Phone: 434 295 4446 (November 2011-November 2011) Position Archaeological Tech, Supervisor, Daniel Brookman (Idaho office).

175 acre archaeological survey for Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona. This was in a very culturally sensitive area.

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd., 424 W. Broadway Rd. Tempe, AZ 85282. Phone: 480-894-5477 (April 2006–June 2010) Position Crew Chief/Cultural Inspector. Supervisor, Margerie Green.

Cultural Inspector for the Transwestern Pipeline Company Phoenix Expansion Project, NM and AZ; R.C Goodwin and Associates

Crew Chief/monitor for the Valley METRO Central Phoenix/East Valley Light Rail Transit Project, Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa; METRO, Inc.

Crew Chief for Class III inventory of the Gila Wellton Mohawk 161 kV Transmission Line, Yuma County, Arizona; Western Area Power Administration.

Crew Chief for Class III inventory of the Wellton Mohawk Ligurta 161 kV Transmission Line, Yuma County, Arizona; Western Area Power Administration.

Crew Chief for assessment of 16 sites at Lake Pleasant Regional Park; Bureau of Reclamation.

Crew Chief for construction monitoring of Rittenhouse Road Improvements; Kimley-Horn.

Crew Chief for Class II inventory of Gillespie Dam, Maricopa County, Arizona; Maricopa County Department of Transportation.

Assistant Crew Chief/monitor for the Tempe City Hall and Parking Garage testing project; City of Tempe.

Crew Chief/monitor for the US 60 Spoils Dump Quarry, Phoenix, Arizona; Arizona Department of Transportation.

Crew Chief for Class III survey on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community; Maricopa County Department of Transportation.

Crew Chief for Class III survey of Heritage Creek Estates Access Road, Florence, Arizona; Morrison Maierle.

Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc., 2603 W. Main St., Suite B, Farmington, NM 87401. Phone: 505 326-7420 (April 2004–April 2006); Position, Archaeologist I and II. Supervisor, Charles W. Wheeler, Ph.D., RPA.

Participated in numerous survey, testing, and data recovery projects. Tasks included the collection and processing of artifacts, site and artifact photography, and recording of notes, artifact, and site logs. Authored and coauthored multiple reports on sites and archaeological activity. Operated GPS for mapping sites and assisted with total station.

Salmon Ruins, Division of Conservation Archaeology P.O. Box 125, Bloomfield, NM 87413. Phone: (505) 632-2779 (May 2006); Position, Field Archaeologist. Supervisor; R. Gordon Chenault.

Participated in cultural resource investigations. Tasks included artifact collection, photography, and the recording of notes and daily logs.

Quality Services, 3459 Jet Drive, Rapid City , South Dakota 57703. Phone 605-388-5309 (September 2003); Position, Field Archaeologist. Supervisor; Lance Rom.

Participated in cultural resource investigations. Tasks included artifact collection, photography, and the recording of notes and daily logs.

Eastern Washington University, 201 Sutton Hall, Cheney, Wa. 99004-2448. Phone 509-359-2381 (June 2000–August 2002); College Teaching Intern

Prepared and delivered lectures in the departments of Archaeology/Anthropology, History, Criminal Justice, Art, Theatre, ROTC, Political Science and Radio/T.V. Prepared, administered and graded test and assignments.

Okanogan Cemetery District No. 4, Okanogan County, Oroville, WA 98844. Phone 509-476-2279. (November 1993–April 1995); Position, Sexton. Supervisor; Secretary Okanogan Cemetery District No. 4.

Assisted with the management and preservation of public and private cemeteries. Tasks included historic grave identification, excavation, data recovery, relocation, the management of volunteers for cemetery preservation, archival research of graves, and event management (i.e. Memorial Day services).

Northland Research, Inc., 1865 E. Third Street Tempe, Arizona 85281. Phone 480-894-0020. (March 1985–August 1988); Position, Archaeology Aid. Supervisor; Jim Copus.

Participated in cultural resource survey and data recovery investigations. Tasks included artifact collection and the recording of notes and daily logs.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Carlton, Randy G., and Kristin L. Fangmeier

2009ACultural Resource Survey and Inventory for the Wellton Mohawk Ligurta 161-kV Transmission Line, Yuma County, Arizona. Archaeological Consulting Services, Tempe.

Florie, Paige B., Kristin L. Fangmeier, Randy G. Carlton, Joanne C. Tactikos

2009ACultural Resource Survey and Inventory for the Gila Wellton Mohawk 161-kV Transmission Line, Yuma County, Arizona. Archaeological Consulting Services, Tempe.

Droz, Michael S., and R. Gordon Carlton

2006Results of Cultural Resources Monitoring for the City of Phoenix 75th Avenue Storm Drain Project, Lower Buckeye Road to the Salt River, Maricopa County, Arizona. Archaeological Consulting Services, Tempe.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Society for American Archaeology

  • Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society

  • Spokane regional Search and Rescue

  • Spokane volunteer sheriff

REFERENCES FOR RANDY G. CARLTON

John Czarzasty, Cultural Project Director / Project Manager, Harris Environmental Group, Inc., 602-290-3916, JCzarzasty@heg-inc.com

Dr. Margerie Green, President, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd.mgreen@acstempe.com, (480)894-5477

Allan J. Schilz, Principal Investigator (retired), Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd., schilz10@cox.net

Amber Harrison, Cultural Project Director / Project Manager, Harris Environmental Group, Inc., aharrison@heg-inc.com,520-628-7648

ADDITIONAL REFERENCES IF NEEDED

Charles W. Wheeler, Ph.D, Vice President, Western Cultural Resources Management, Inc. 505-326-7420

Deborah V. Gibson, WCRM Lab Director, Western Cultural Resources Management, Inc. 505-326-7420

Christopher Reas, City of Phoenix Senior Construction Inspector. christopher.reas@phoenix.gov, 602-495-2050



Historic Preservationist Qualifications as per the NHPA

The following professional requirements stated in the National Historic Preservation Act must be represented in each subject project to the extent required by the DHP (In the following definitions, full-time experience need not be a continuous year but may be made up of interrupted periods adding up to the equivalent full-time experience):

History
The minimum professional qualifications in history are a graduate degree in history or a closely-related field; or a bachelor's degree in history or closely-related field plus one of the following:

At least two years of full-time experience in research, writing, teaching, interpretation, or other demonstrable professional activity with an academic institution, historical organization or agency, museum, or other professional institution; or 

Substantial contribution through research and publication to the body of scholarly knowledge in the field of history.

Archaeology
The minimum professional qualifications in archaeology are a graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology, or closely-related field plus:

At least one year of full-time professional experience or equivalent specialized training in archaeological research, administration, or management;

At least four months of supervised field and analytic experience in general North American archaeology, and

Demonstrated ability to carry research to completion.

In addition to these minimum qualifications, a professional in prehistoric archaeology shall have at least one year of full-time professional experience at a supervisory level in the study of archaeological resources of the prehistoric period. A professional in historic archaeology shall have at least one year of full-time professional experience at a supervisory level in the study of archaeological resources of the historic period.

Architectural History
The minimum professional qualifications in architectural history are a graduate degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or closely-related field, with course work in American architectural history; or a bachelor's degree in architectural history with concentration in American architecture; or a bachelor's degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or closely-related field plus one of the following:

At least two years of full-time experience in research, writing, or teaching in American architectural history or restoration architecture with an academic institution, historic organization or agency, museum, or other professional institution; or

Substantial contribution through research and publication to the body of scholarly knowledge in the field of American architectural history.

Historical Architecture
The minimum professional qualifications in historical architecture are a professional degree in architecture or state license to practice architecture, plus one of the following:

At least one year of graduate study in architectural preservation, American architectural history, preservation planning, or closely-related field and at least one year of full-time professional experience on preservation and restoration projects: or

At least two years of full-time professional experience on preservation and restoration projects.

Experience on preservation and restoration projects shall include detailed investigations of historic structures, preparation of historic structures research reports, and preparation of plans and specifications for preservation projects.





Post ID#20279 - replied 10/1/2013 2:56 PM



randy carlton

I am currently finishing up some Historic Consulting work and am available.

Randy

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