Texas Archival Resources Online

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Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Inventory Part 2

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 2



Descriptive Summary

Creator Council of Texas Archeologists
Title: Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology,
Dates: 1966-.
Abstract Collection consists largely of published reports dating from the mid 1960s to present time dealing with archeological cultural resource issues in the state of Texas.
Extent:
77 ft.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Historical Note

The Council of Texas Archeologists is a nonprofit voluntary organization dedicated to maintaining and promoting the goals of professional archeology in Texas. These goals include preservation and conservation of the cultural resources in Texas, promotion and coordination of communication and cooperation within the archeological community, and the promotion and distribution of information which enhances public awareness of the limited and nonrenewable nature of cultural resources.

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Scope and Contents

Collection consists largely of published reports dating from the mid 1960s to present time dealing with archeological cultural resource issues in the state of Texas. Many are site-specific assessment studies and reports. Reports from both public and private research organizations are included, such as the Center for Archaeological Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, and the Texas Archeological Survey at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Due to size, this inventory has been divided into four separate units which can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted text:
1. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Home Page
2. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 2 [this page]
3. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 3
4. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 4
5. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 5

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This collection is stored remotely; advance notice required for retrieval.

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Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, 1966-, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Archive

 

Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Inventory Part 2

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2.325/Q13 Archeology on State Highway 6 The Crystal Rivers Site by J. E. Keller. Publications in Archeology Report No. 6. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1976.
Archeology on State Highway 6 The No-Name Creek Site by J. T. Denton. Publications in Archeology Report No. 7. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1976.
The Stickleaf Site by J. E. Keller. Publications in Archeology No 8. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1976.
The Next Week Site by G. H. Doran. Publications in Archeology No. 9. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1976.
The Black Hopper Site by B. B. Fullen. Publications in Archeology Report No. 10. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1977.
The Strawberry Hill Site by J. E. Keller. Publications in Archeology No. 13. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1979.
Two Sites in Uvalde County: The Elm Creek Site by W. C. Young. Publications in Archeology Report No. 14. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1979
Two Sites in Uvalde County: The Cooks' Slough Site by C. J. Luke. Publications in Archeology Report No. 15. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1979.
Continuing Archaeology on State Highway 16: The Shep Site (41KR109) and The Wounded Eye Site (41KR107) by C. J. Luke. Publications in Archeology Report No. 16. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1980
Test Excavations at the Famous Amos Site Crockett County, Texas by Clive J. Luke. Publications in Archeology Report No. 17. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1980.
Relocation and Restoration of a Baking Oven (Site 41VV588) in Val Verde County, Texas by P. E. Patterson. Publications in Archeology Report No. 18. State Department of Highways and Transportation, Austin, Texas, 1980.
Inks Lake State Park Burnet County, Texas: An Archeological Survey of Areas Proposed for Modification by P. E. Patterson. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1975.
Biegel Settlement: Historic Sites Research Fayette Power Project Fayette County, Texas by E. S. Carter. Research Report No. 59. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1976.
Cultural Resources Survey and Monitoring in the Fayette to Lytton Springs Transmission Corridor Bastrop, Caldwell and Fayette Counties, Texas by R. D. Kenmotsu. Research Report No. 76. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1980.
Test Excavations in the Fayette to Lytton Springs Transmission Corridor Bastrop and Fayette Counties, Texas by D. O. Brown. Research Report No. 77. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1980.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of the Bellville South to Waller Transmission Line Austin and Waller Counties, Texas by James R. Pliska. Technical Bulletin No. 27. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1979.
Archeological Reconnaissance of a Proposed Substation Site Gonzales County, Texas by J. M. Jackson. Technical Bulletin No. 38. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1980.
An Archeological Survey of a Transmission Corridor Bastrop County, Texas by B. A. Nightengale. Technical Bulletin No. 39. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1980.
Cultural Resources Survey and Assessment of the Harwood to Gonzales Transmission Line Gonzales County, Texas by R. D. Kenmotsu. Technical Bulletin No. 47. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1981.
Cultural Resources Survey, Assessment and Testing in the Fayetteville to Glidden Corridor Fayette and Colorado Counties, Texas by R. D. Kenmotsu. Technical Bulletin No. 48. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1981.
An Archeological Survey of the Verde Creek Transmission Line, Kerr County, Texas by H. B. Moncure. Technical Bulletin No. 54. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1981.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Ranch Road 12 to San Marcos Transmission Line Hays County, Texas by D. O. Brown. Technical Bulletin No. 456. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1982.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Gillespie to Mason County Line Transmission Corridor by B. A. Nightengale. Technical Bulletin No. 58. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1982.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Gonzales to Cuero Transmission Corridor Gonzales and DeWitt Counties by L. C. Bement & D. G. Robinson. Technical Bulletin No. 64. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1983.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Zorn to Comfort Transmission Corridor Central Texas by L. C. Bement. Technical Bulletin No. 65. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1983.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of Proposed Ash Disposal Area, Fayette Power Project, Fayette county, Texas by B. A. Nightengale. Technical Bulletin No. 68. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1983.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Brenham Waller Split to Brenham North Substation 138KV Transmission Corridor by L. C. Bement. Technical Bulletin No. 72. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1983.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Wolf Lane Substation and Transmission Corridor by D. O. Brown. Technical Bulletin No. 75. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1984.
A Cultural Assessment of Sites in the Proposed Mary Moore Searight Park Travis County, Texas by L. C. Bement. Technical Series No. 16. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, 1980.
Archeological Explorations at Texas Landmark 41CH277, the General Thomas Jefferson Chambers Homesite, Anahuac, Chambers County, Texas by Wm. L. Fullen. Texas Heritage Services, Deer Park, Texas, 1981.
Archeological Site Survey of the Armand Bayou Nature Center Nature Trail System Armand Bayou Harris County, Texas by W. L. Fullen. Texas Heritage Services, Houston, Texas 1982.
Archeological Investigations of the Barn at the Admiral Nimitz Center Fredricksburg, Texas by R. Brooks. Office of the State Archeologist Special Report No. 198. Texas Historical Commission, Austin, Texas, 1976.
Archeological Investigations at the Sam Rayburn Museum Bonham, Texas by W. Lynn Texas Historical Commission, Austin, Texas, 1978.
An Archeological Survey of Pedernales State Park Blanco County, Texas by J. D. Ing. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, Texas, 1991.
Fulton Mansion State Historic Structure Archeological Testing and Monitoring by J. McClenny. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, Texas, 1978.
Fanthrop Inn State Historic Site Anderson, Texas Grimes County Archeological Testing by R. E. Burnett. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, Texas, 1981.
Camp Texlake: A Cultural Resources Survey and Assessment, Travis County, Texas by Elton Prewitt (Ed.). Special Report No. 1. Texas County Archeological Society, Austin, Texas, 1991.
Archaeological Clearance Survey of the Proposed Jonathan W. Rogers Water Treatment Plant Project Area, El Paso County, Texas by Mary G. Canavan. David G. Batcho, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 877. Cultural Resources Report No. 107. Batcho & Kauffman Associates, February 14, 1990.
An Archaeological Survey for McLennan County Electric Cooperative, Inc. 1990-1991 Work Plan System: Phase II, a Utility Line in McLennan County, Texas [draft], by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Reports No. 8. Brazos Valley Research Associates, Bryan, Texas, 1990.
Archaeological Survey for McLennan County Electric Cooperative, Inc. Project Number 316: Two Utility Lines in McLennan County, Texas [draft] by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Reports No. 7. Brazos Valley Research Associates, Bryan, Texas, 1990.
Archaeological Testing at Site 41CV1544 along a Proposed Tie Line in Coryell County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 937. Contract Report No. 6. Brazos Valley Research Associates, Bryan, Texas, 1990.
Archeological Reconnaissance in the Big Sandy Drainage Basin: an Empirical Approach to Investigating Settlement in East Texas, Upshur and Wood Counties, Texas by Jon L. Gibson, Principal Investigator. Contract No. DACW63-80-C-0041. Archaeology, Incorporated, May 1982.
City of Presidio, 1991 Water Transmission and Well Project TCDP Contract No. 700-671: Addendum to Original Report Submitted by Blue Mountain Consultants in July 1990: "Presidio, Texas (Presidio County) Water Improvement Project": Archaeological Surface Survey and Tests by J. Charles Kelley, Principal Investigator. Blue Mountain Consultants, Fort Davis, Texas, August 26, 1991.
A Cultural Resources Survey in Wise and Montague Counties, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report No. 90-12. AR Consultants, Dallas, Texas, October 8, 1990.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 16 Inch Natural Gas Pipeline, Jefferson and Orange Counties, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 685. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Permit No. 18,429. Report of Investigations No. 15. Moore Archeological Consulting, Houston, Texas, April 1988.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Improvements within the Jacintoport Industrial Complex, Houston (Harris County), Texas [draft] by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, Permit Application No. 19164. Report of Investigation No. 38. Moore Archeological Consulting, Houston, Texas, August 1990.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Highland Bayou Park, City of LaMarque, Galveston County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 731. Galveston District, Corps of Engineers Permit Application No. 18,682. Report of Investigation No. 20. Moore Archeological Consulting, Houston, Texas, October 1988.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Battle Creek, Shackelford County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner, Principal Investigator. Cultural Resources Report 90-8. AR Consultants, Dallas, Texas, June 21, 1990.
Cultural Resource Survey in Northeast Texas by S. Alan Skinner, Principal Investigator. Cultural Resources Report 8908. AR Consultants, Dallas, Texas, October 31, 1989.
Huelster Water Supply System, City of Balmorhea, Reeves County, Texas, TDCA Project 00086017085: an Evaluation Survey of Archaeological and Historical Resources within the Proposed Project Site by J. Charles Kelley. Brief Research Report No. 85/1. Blue Mountain Consultants, Fort Davis, Texas, May 1985.
Phase I Archaeological Survey, Federal Correctional Institution Site, Three Rivers, Live Oak County, Texas by Michael L Alterman, Principal Investigator. Louis Berger & Associates, Inc. East Orange, New Jersey, November 1989.
Phase IA Cultural Resource Investigation, Federal Correctional Complex, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Beaumont, Texas. John H. Sprinkle, Jr., Principal Investigator. Louis Berger & Associates, Inc., Washington, DC, July 1991.
Preliminary Archaeological Surveys and Documentation of Petroglyph Sites in Western Hudspeth County, Texas by Myles R. Miller III. David Batcho, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 672. Cultural Resources Report No. 37. Batcho & Kauffman Associates, December 1988.
Presidio, Texas (Presidio County), Sanitary Sewer Improvements, Project No. TDOC/TCDP/709149: an Archaeological Survey, Testing and Appraisal by J. Charles Kelley, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 963. Blue Mountain Consultants, Fort Davis, Texas, January 1990.
Presidio. Texas (Presidio County) Water Improvement Project, an Archaeological and Archival Survey and Appraisal by J. Charles Kelley, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 870. Blue Mountain Consultants, Fort Davis, Texas, July 1990.
Results of Cultural Resources Investigations at the City of El Paso Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant by David G. Batcho. Cultural Resources Report No. 17. Batcho & Kauffman Associates, February 1987.
Results of Subsurface Survey and a Data Recovery Plan for Mitigation of Impact at the Ysleta Neighborhood Clinic and WIC Facility Site (41EP2840) in the City of El Paso, Texas by Barbara E. Kauffman. David G. Batcho, Principal Investigator. TAC Permit 862. Cultural Resources Report No. 98. Batcho & Kauffman Associates, January 1990.
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97-210/1 Archeology of Beaver Creek Shelter (39CU779), Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota: a Preliminary Statement by Lynn Marie Alex. Principal Investigator: James Martin. Selections from the Division of Cultural Resources, Rocky Mountain Region, National Park Service No. 3, 1991. Rapid City: South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, 1991.
Archaeological Investigations at Lake Palestine, Texas by Keith M. Anderson. Principal Investigator: S. Alan Skinner. Contributions in Anthropology No. 11. Dallas: Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, 1974.
Archeological Investigations in the Denton Creek Floodplain: Data Recovery Excavations at 41DL270, Denton and Dallas Counties, Texas by Dana Anthony. David O. Brown, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1176. Archeology Series 37. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1994.
Archeological Survey of Dick Nichols City Park, Southwest, Austin, Texas by Dana Anthony. David O. Brown, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1080. Archeology Series 11. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1992.
Anthropology Newsletter, v.19, no. 8, and v.19, No. 10, Washington: American Anthropological Association. October 1978December 1978.
Underwater Archeological Magnetometer Survey and Site Test Excavation Project off Padre Island, Texas by J. Barto Arnold. Publication No. 3. Austin: Texas Antiquities Committee, 1976.
Marine Magnetometer Survey of Archeological Materials Found near Galveston, Texas by J. Barto Arnold. Publication No. 10. Austin: Texas Antiquities Committee, 1987.
An Archaeological Survey of Two Dolet Hills Power Plant Transportive Systems, Caddo and De Soto Parishes, Louisiana by Leonard D. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1983.
Archaeology News, v.6, no. 1, Louisiana: Division of Archaeology, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. April 1989.
Archeological Testing at USDA Soil Conservation Service Floodwater Retarding Structure 18 Red Deer Creek Watershed Hemphill County, Texas by James Briscoe. Hemphill County: USDA, 1993.
Analysis of Discrete Habitation Units in the Trinity River Delta, Upper Texas Coast by Lawrence E. Aten. Austin: Texas Archeological Survey, The University of Texas at Austin, 1983.
Cultural Resource Monitoring Sedimentation Ponds 9A, 10A, 12A, 13A, and 15 Gibbons Creek Lignite Mine. Principal Investigator: Edward Baxter. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1982.
Cultural Resources Survey of Eighteen Miles of Proposed Pipeline in Hutchinson County, Texas by Debra L. Beene. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 109. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Test Excavations at Site 41TT87 on County Road 211 Titus County, Texas by Milton Bell. Austin: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1990.
Buried in the Bottoms: The Archeology of Lake Creek Reservoir Montgomery County, Texas by Leland C. Bement. Principal Investigator Solveig A. Turpin. Research Report 97. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin, 1987.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Romberg Tract of Windy Point Park Travis County, Texas by Leland C. Bement. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 702. Technical Service 6. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1988.
Report on an Archeological Survey of Parts of Sections 8, 9, 12, and 13 of Block 19, University Lands Pecos County, Texas by Eunice Barkes, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 257. Midland: 1980.
Excavations at 41BP19 The Kennedy Bluffs Site Bastrop County, Texas by Leland C. Bement. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 502. Contract Reports in Archaeology, Report No. 5. Austin: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1989.
Intensive Survey and Limited Site Testing in the Extended West Cole Uranium Mine Webb County, Texas by Leland C. Bement. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Series 7. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1988.
Amistad National Recreation Area Cultural Resources Study by Joe Labadie. Santa Fe: National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior, 1994.
The MITRE Project: Archeological Survey on the Mescalero Plain Loving County, Texas by Leland C. Bement. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 971. Technical Series 18. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991.
Intensive Investigations of 41BP191 and 41BP192, the Powell Bend Prospect Bastrop County, Texas by Leland C. Bement. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 350. Texas Archeological Survey Research Report No. 87. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin, 1984.
Five Archeological Investigations in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas by Julio Betancourt. TAP No. 6 Austin: Texas Antiquities Committee, 1981.
Archeological Investigations at Lake Tawakonie State Park Hunt County, Texas by Art Black, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 995. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
An Historical and Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed San Antonio Botanical Center by Stephen L. Black. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 24. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1976.
The Panther Springs Creek Site: Cultural Change and Continuity within the Upper Salado Creek Watershed, South-Central Texas by Stephen L. Black. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 100. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1985.
Archaeological Investigations in the Texas Municipal Power Agency Gibbons Creek Mine Areas, Grimes County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Clell Bond. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
Archaeological Site Evaluations Monticello-Winfield Mine Titus and Franklin Counties, Texas by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41TT309 Titus County, Texas by Clell Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Archaeological Testing of Nine Sites: North Tract Big Brown, Freestone County, Texas by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1982.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Corps of Engineers Disposal Areas 182A and 187A. Corpus Christi Bay to Baffin Bay, Padre Island Kleberg County, Texas by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1989.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 138 KV Transmission Line in Leon, Madison & Grimes Counties, Texas by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1982.
A Cultural Resources Survey of The Proposed Round Top to Fayetteville 138-KV Transmission Line, Fayette County, Texas by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
L.A. Hale Farm, Site 41TT12 An Evaluation and Recommendation of Site Boundaries by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. 1982.
Mouth of the Colorado River Cultural Resources Assessment: Anomalies Points 8,9, and 10 by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. 1982.
Mouth of the Colorado River Cultural Resources Assessment: Anomaly Clusters Points 13, 14, 15, and 17 by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. 1982.
Remote-Sensing Survey, Diver Verification and Archaeological Testing, Brownsville Ship Channel Entrance and Vicinity, Cameron County, Texas by Clell L. Bond, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. 1990.
Letter re: Cultural Resources Assessment Montgomery County by Kenneth C. Bohuslav. June 23, 1988.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Delhi Gas Pipeline Corporation 6 5/8 Inch Pipeline Crossing of the Lavaca River, Jackson County, Texas by Robert C. Booth. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 118. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Goodrich Oil Company. Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge, Brazoria County, Texas by Robert C. Booth. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 117. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
A Cultural Resource Survey for Proposed Modifications to Atzlan and MacKenzie Parks for the City of Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas by Kathleen M. Bowman. Principal Investigator: John L. Montgomery. Agency for Conservation Archaeology Report No. LB87.1. Portales: Llano Estacado Center for Advanced Professional Studies and Research, 1986.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed Aluminum Rolling Mill Plant in Southeastern Bexar County, Texas by Douglas K. Boyd. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Technical Reports, No. 7. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1990.
Data Recovery at Lake Alan Henry (Justiceburg Reservoir), Garza and Kent Counties, Texas: Phase III, Season 3 by Douglas K. Boyd. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations, No. 93. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1994.
Extent (2 copies)
Phase II Investigations at Prehistoric and Rock Art Sites, Justiceburg Reservoir, Garza and Kent Counties, Texas. Volume II by Douglas K. Boyd. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations, No. 71. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1990.
Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge: Continued Archeological and Historical Research at El Capote Ranch Community, Hidalgo County, Texas by Douglas K. Boyd. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations, No. 97. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1994.
Documentation of Lillian's Wreck Shipwreck Remains at 41KN22 Padre Island National Seashore Kenedy County, Texas by James E. Bradford. Park Papers PAIS-03. Santa Fe: National Park Service, 1994.
Extent (2 copies).
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed 7.2/12.5 KV Distribution Line and Proposed Substation in Cameron County, Texas by Michael R. Bradle. Report of Investigations No. 10 Lampasas: American Archaeology Group, 1995.
Archaeology of 41MX5: A Late Prehistoric Caddoan Hamlet in Morris County, Texas by Robbie L. Brewington. Reports of Investigations No. 1. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, 1995.
An Archeological and Historical Survey of the Benton City Water Supply Corporation Phase One Project Area, Atascosa and Medina Counties, Texas by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1990.
Extent (2 copies).
An Archeological and Historical Survey of the Proposed City of Longview Drainage Master Plan Longview, Gregg County, Texas by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1995.
An Archeological and Historical Survey of the Proposed City of Marlin Water Transmission Trunk main, Phase 1 Falls County, Texas by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1994.
Archeological Investigation at Fort McIntosh, USA (1849-1946) by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. Report No. 19. Georgetown: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1982.
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97-210/2 1987 Archeological Excavations at J.M. Robertson House Site (41RK67) Martin Creek Lake State Park Rusk County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Art Black. TAP No. 621. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Public Lands Division Cultural Resources Program, 1994.
Archeological Assessments at the Brackenridge Tract, Travis County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1029. Technical Series 23. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991.
Continuing Cultural Resource Investigations in the Calvert Prospect: The 1986 Season Robertson County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Texas Archeological Survey Research Report No. 95. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin, 1987.
Cultural Resources Surveys and Assessments in Portions of Hidalgo and Willacy Counties, Texas by D. William Day. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations No. 15. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1981.
An Archeological Survey Conducted for the Natural Resources Conservation Service Flood Control Project Callahan County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Janice A. Guy. Archeology Series No. 43. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
An Assessment of Archeological Sites 41WY71 and 41WY72, Willacy County, Texas by D. William Day. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations No. 17. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1981.
Cultural Resource Assessments in the Alta Mesa Mine Brooks County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Technical Series 22. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991.
Dallas Open Space Program Three Areas of North Mesquite, Elm Fork and Escarpment.
The Chihuahuan Desert Discovery, Newsletter of the Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, No. 6, Alpine. November 1979.
Archaeological Investigations on University of Texas Lands Crossed by the Proposed All American Pipeline Extension from McCamey, TX to Webster, TX by David L. Carlson. TAP No. 537. Technical Report Series, No. 12. College Station: Archaeological Research Laboratory,, Texas A&M University, 1994.
The Anson Jones Plantation: Archaeological and Historical Investigations at 41WT5 and 41WT6, Washington County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Shawn Bonath Carlson. TAP No. 1266. Reports of Investigations No. 2. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1995.
African American Lifeways in East-Central Texas: The Ned Peterson Farmstead (41BZ115), Brazos, County, Texas. TAP No. 1329. Reports of Investigations No. 3. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1995.
African American Lifeways in East-Central Texas: The Ned Peterson Farmstead (41BZ115), Brazos, County, Texas. TAP No. 1330. Reports of Investigations No. 3. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1995.
African American Lifeways in East-Central Texas: The Ned Peterson Farmstead (41BZ115), Brazos, County, Texas. TAP No. 1330. Reports of Investigations No. 3. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1995.
Archaeological and Archival Investigations at Fort Magruder (41 TV 1380), A Civil War Period Fortification in Austin, Travis County, Texas by John W. Clark, Jr. TAP No. 1130. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation Environmental Division, 1995.
Results of Metal Detector Survey, Testing Operations, and Archival Studies The Wooten-Seale Plantation, Site 41RT362 Robertson County, Texas by John W. Clark. State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1988.
Continuing Cultural Resource Investigations for Sanchez-O'Brien Oil & Gas, Inc. Developments in Falcon State Park- An Archeological Survey of a Proposed Underground Pipeline Starr County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Dana Anthony. Summary Report 11. Austin: Hicks & Company Inc., 1994.
An Intensive Archeological Monitoring Program Conducted for a Gas Pipeline Project Falcon State Park, Zapata and Starr Counties, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Abby C. Treece. Summary Report 13. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
An Intensive Monitoring Program Conducted for the Development of Reconfigured Pad C Alternative and Associated Pipelines Falcon State Park Zapata and Starr Counties, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Abby C. Treece. Summary Report 12. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey and Assessment for the Proposed Oak Hill Regional Detention Pond on Williamson Creek, Travis County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. TAP No. 1466. Archeological Series No. 39. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Survey of the Paul E. Cameron, Jr. Inc. Proposed Anderson Development Corporation Well No. 1 (F2, F13; COE Permit No. 199500551) In the Old Sabine Bottom Wildlife Management Area, Smith County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Texas Parks and Wildlife Annual Permit No. 1495. Archaeological Survey Report No. 95-25. Nacogdoches, 1995.
Archeological Survey of Selected Portions of the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Harrison County, Texas 1989-1992 by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 38. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1994.
Monitoring of Electrical Trenches Installation over the San Pedro Acequia (41BX337) for Via Metropolitan Transit System Parking Lot, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 587. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1994.
Archeological Test Excavations at Two Prehistoric Sites (41DT59 and 41DT247) at Cooper Lake, Delta County, Texas, 1994 by Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 90. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 90-Acre Residential Subdivision, Montgomery County, Texas by Maria E. Cruse. Principal Investigator: J. Brett Cruse. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Documentation of the San Pedro Acequia (41BX337) at Trevino Street, San Antonio, Texas by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1453. Archaeological Survey Report No. 230. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1995.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Raw Waterline Replacement Project (HUD, CDBG, F2, F13) for the City of Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1486. Archaeological Survey Report No. 94-34. Nacogdoches, 1994.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Cooper EDA Waste Water Project (EDA, F2, F13), Delta County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1416, Archaeological Survey Report No. 94-15. Nacogdoches, 1994.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Construction Project (FMHA, F2, F13) for the North Hunt Water Supply Corporation, Hunt, Fannin and Delta Counties, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Report No. 95-6. Nacogdoches, 1995.
Report on the Findings of 41EP3022 The Milner Farm Site Fabens, El Paso County, Texas by Harry W. Clark. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1093. Austin: Texas Antiquities Committee, 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey of Targeted Areas, B.A. Steinhagen Lake Jasper and Tyler Counties, Texas by Stephen Carpenter. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Series 41. Austin: Texas Archaeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey Carrizzo Springs Municipal Landfill Dimmit County, Texas. TAP No. 1447. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Geomorphological and Archeological Investigations in Webb County, The Trevino Lease by S. Chris Caran. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Final Report of Testing of 41KA14 and 41KA15 in the Ecleto Creek Watershed, Karnes County, Texas by Nancy Mottashed Cole. Temple: Soil Conservation Service, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed New Bremen Substation, Austin County, Texas by J. Brett Cruse. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. TAP No. 1576. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Analysis of Military Training Impacts on Protected Archaeological Sites at West Fort Hood, Texas by David L. Carlson. Archaeological Resource Management Series Research Report No. 9. Ft. Hood: United States Army, 1986.
A Cultural Resources Records Review: Four Transmission Lines 1987-1988 Work Plan. Document No. 870370. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
Archaeological Survey of IP Petroleum Company, Inc. Proposed Long Bell No. 3 Well and Access Road, Angelina National Forest, San Augustine County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Survey Report No. 95-2-2. Nacogdoches: [s.n.], 1995.
Archaeological Testing and Preliminary Archival Investigations of Four Sites (41TV632, 41TV633, 41TV634 and 41TV635) at Waters Park, Travis County Texas by John W. Clark, Jr. Texas: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Four Ten Acre Tracts for the U.S. Air Force Pave Paws Program Tom Green and Schleicher Counties, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1983.
Archaeological Survey of the East Texas Plant Materials Center in the Southern Forest Experiment Station, Angelina National Forest, Nacogdoches County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Survey Report No. 93.3. Nacogdoches: [s.n.], 1993.
Property Ownership and Monitoring for the Modification of Martin and Bowie Streets, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by I. Waynne Cox. Archaeological Survey Report No. 185. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1990.
Cultural Resources Survey 1986-1991 Mine Permit Area Texas Municipal Power Agency Grimes County, Texas. Document No. 85772. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
Cultural Resources Survey and Historic Assessment of the Monticello-Thermo Mine: Hopkins County, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1982.
A Cultural Resources Study of the Barnes/Connally Development Tract Travis County, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1983.
Council of Texas Archeologists Newsletter, v. 13, no. 2, Austin: Council of Texas Archeologists, July 1989.1989.
Council of Texas Archeologists Newsletter, v. 5, no. 3, Austin: Council of Texas Archeologists, December 1981.1981.
A Cultural Resources Survey of an Existing Transmission Line Corridor in Del Valle, Travis County, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
San Saba Mill Pond Park Survey, San Saba County, Texas by I. Waynne Cox. TAP No. 1238. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 220. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1993.
Archeological Survey of 1993-1994 Timber Harvesting Areas, Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Harrison County, Texas by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 71. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Deanville to Gay Hill 138-KV Transmission Line, Burleson and Washington Counties, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
Archeological and Geomorphological investigations at Two LCRA River Access Sites on the Colorado River Colorado and Fayette Counties, Texas by S. Chris Caran. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1103. Technical Series, No. 26. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1992.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed SWEPCP Transmission Line, Titus County, Texas by Stephen M. Carpenter. Technical Series, No. 39. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey of Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1121. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Existing and Proposed Distribution Lines, Colorado, Fayette and Lavaca Counties, Texas by John Jameson. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Archaeological Monitoring at Espada Road Acequia Crossing, South San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by I. Waynne Cox. TAP No. 1145. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 221. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1993.
San Saba Mill Pond Park Survey, San Saba County, Texas by I. Waynne Cox. TAP No. 1238. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 220. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1993.
Results of Testing at Site 41GM23, Grimes County, Texas by John W. Clark, Jr. Texas: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1988.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Channel Improvement of Adams Branch in the City of Brownwood, Brownwood Laterals Watershed of the Middle Colorado River Watershed, Brown County, Texas by Nancy Mottashed Cole. Report No. 3 for 1992. Temple: Soil Conservation Service, 1992.
Cultural Resources Survey of 2,226 Hectares Within the Red River Army Depot and Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant, Bowie County, Texas by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Report of Investigations No. 4. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1994.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Warren City Water System Improvement Project, Gregg County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1393. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 94-11. Nocogdoches: [s.n.], 1994.
State Archeological Education Programs by William B. Butler. [s.l.]: National Park Service, 1992.
Report on the Archaeological Survey of Three Proposed Production Pipelines in Roberts County, Texas for Warren Petroleum Company, by Stanley D. Bussey, Principal Investigator. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Report on the Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Campbell #2-58 Production Pipeline in Hemphill County, Texas for Warren Petroleum Company by Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Final Report on the Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline Easement Between the Warren Petroleum Company Plant #143 and an Existing Northern Natural Gas Pipeline in Hemphill County, Texas by Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Final Archaeological Survey Report for a Proposed Four Inch Steel El Paso Residue Line in Hemphill County, Texas, for Warren Petroleum Company by Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Investigation Report, by Stanley D. Bussey. Report No. 10-84-001-121. [s.l.]: The Benham Group, 1984.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Siana Tiger #1 Tie In, Ward County, Texas by Stanley D. Bussey. TAP No. 1577. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Chevron Estes Gathering System Corridor Ward County, Texas by J.K. Finney. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Survey Report on the Well Pad for a Proposed Oil/Gas Well on Federal Lease BLM-TX-NM 83411 for Reuben B. Knight, LBJ National Grasslands Wise County, Texas by Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1993.
Archaeological Survey for Proposed Landfill Expansion (Phase I), City of Del Rio, Val Verde County, Texas by Ronald W. Burkett. Principal Investigator: Jack D. Eaton. TAP No. 869. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1990.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of a Proposed Tethered Aerostat Borne Radar Surveillance Site in Presidio County, Texas by Theresa Bryant. Principal Investigator: Barbara Kauffman. Batcho & Kauffman Associates Cultural Resources Report No. 59. Batcho & Kauffman Associates, 1988.
Prehistoric Settlement Patterns at Lake Fork Reservoir by James E. Bruseth. Principal Investigator: S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 168. Dallas: Archaeology Research Program Press, SMU, 1981.
Archaeological Testing for the Mission Road Realignment Project, Phase II, at Mission Concepcion, San Antonio, Texas by Maureen J. Brown. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 730. Archaeological Survey No. 222. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1994.
Archeological & Historical Survey of the Proposed Koch Pipeline Project Wilson County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Alton K. Briggs. TAP No. 810. Lone Star Archeological Services, 1989.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Simpson Lease Low Pressure Connect, Grayson County, Texas by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Shell/Hagerman Refuge Low Pressure Tie In Pipeline, Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Grayson County, Texas by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company M&B North Low Pressure Pipeline Project, Grayson County, Texas by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Janelle Edwards Tie In Pipeline, Ward County, Texas by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company J.H. Lawrence Upgrade Project (East) Grayson County, Texas by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Hunt McCollough Low Pressure Tie In Pipeline, Grayson County, Texas, for Warren Petroleum Company by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Hunt Stephens Low Pressure Tie In Pipeline, Grayson County, Texas, for Warren Petroleum Company by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Eagle Oil and Gas Tie In Upgrade Pipeline Grayson County, Texas by James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Archeological Survey Report on the Texaco Exploration and Production Inc. Walnut Bend Gathering System Tie-In Project Lake Texoma/Texoma Wildlife Management Area Cooke County, Texas Love County, Oklahoma by James Briscoe. Norman: Briscoe Consulting Services, 1995.
Archeological Investigations on the OkTex Pipeline Company Proposed Abandonment of OK-7 Red River County, Texas by James Briscoe. USCOE Permit No. 4352. Norman: Briscoe Consulting Services, 1995.
Standard Operating Procedure for Field Surveys by Frederick L. Briuer. Report No. 13. Fort Hood: United States Army Fort Hood Archaeological Resource Management Series, 1986.
Archaeological Testing of the Lewisville Lake Shoreline, Denton County, Texas by Kenneth Lynn Brown. Principal Investigator: C. Reid Ferring. Denton: Institute of Applied Sciences, University of North Texas, 1991.
Archaeological Survey Proposed Calaveras Lake Generation Expansion Project Bexar County, Texas by David O. Brown. TAP No. 593. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
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97-210/3 An Investigation of the Cultural Resources of the Wells Branch Development, Travis, County, Texas by Cynthia Brandimarte. Principal Investigator: Leonard R. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1983.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Brooklyn Union Exploration Foster Mineral Well No. 1 Sam Houston National Forest, San Jacinto County, Texas by James E. Corbin. Archaeological Survey Report No. 88-6. [s.l.: s.n.], 1988.
Cultural Resource Assessments in the Alta Mesa Mine, Brooks County, Texas by Michael W. Davis. Technical Series, No. 22. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1991.
Archeological Mitigation at the Doyle Martin Site, 41LN178 and the P. I. Ridge Site, 41FT52, Leon and Freestone Counties, Texas by D. William Day. Principal Investigator: H. G. Wooldridge. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41PK69 Polk County, Texas, v.2 by Joe T. Denton. Texas: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1983.
Test Excavations at Site 41KT32, Kent County, Texas by Joe T. Denton. Texas: State department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1983.
Archaeological Investigation: East Toll Plaza, Beltway 8 East by Diane Dismukes. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1994.
Archaeological Investigation: Flood Mitigation Site, Beltway 8 East by Diane Dismukes. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1994.
Archaeological Investigation: Southwest Toll Plaza Site, Beltway 8 by Diane Dismukes. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1994.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Texas Windpower Project, Culberson County, Texas by Boyd Dixon. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. TAP No. 1455. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
An Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Wastewater System Improvements in the City of Woodville, Tyler County, Texas by Donald Allan Dorward, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1409. Archaeological Report No. 13. Dallas: Archaeology & Preservation, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Emerald Lake Park, The City of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas by Donald Allan Dorward, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1489. Archaeological Report, No. 18. Dallas: Archaeology & Preservation, 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Leona Sewer System, The City of Leona, Leon County, Texas by Donald Allan Dorward, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1412. Archaeological Report, No. 14. Dallas: Archaeology and Preservation, 1994.
Limited Texas Excavations at 41AN85 Engeling Wildlife Management Area, Anderson County, Texas by Douglas Drake. Report 95-2. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1995.
Testing of Site 41BC71: Lyndon B. Johnson State Historical Park, Blanco and Gillespie Counties, Texas by Douglas Drake. Principal Investigator: Art Black. TAP No. 665. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resource Program, 1994.
An Archeological Reconnaissance of the Wolf Creek Drainage Basin, Ellis County, Oklahoma by Richard R. Drass. Archeological Resource Survey Report No. 35. Norman: The University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Archeological Survey, 1989.
The Lee Colburn Park Expansion Project by W. David Driver. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1362. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1994.
An Archaeological Assessment of 47 Acres at Friedrich Park in San Antonio, Texas by Jeffrey J. Durst. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1562. Archaeological Survey Report No. 235. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1995.
Historic and Prehistoric Archeological Excavations at Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historical Park, Brazoria County, Texas by Amy C. Earls. Principal Investigator: Art Black. TAP No. 273 and 664. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Public Lands Division, Cultural Resources Program, 1994.
Investigations of Historic Cemeteries at O. H. Ivie Reservoir, Coleman, Concho, and Runnels Counties, Texas by Amy C. Earls. TAP No. 809. Mariah Technical Report No. 403. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1991.
Archaeological Testing for a Proposed Landfill Expansion (Phase II), City of Del Rio, Val Verde County, Texas by Jack D. Eaton, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Survey Report No. 197. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1991.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the El Mesquite Southeast and O'Hern Prospects, Duval and Webb Counties, Texas by W. Bruce Ellis,. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Series No. 8. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1988.
Archeological Test Excavations at Four Shell Midden Sites in the Wallisville Lake Project Area, Chambers and Liberty Counties, Texas edited by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator. Wallisville Lake Project Technical Series Report of Investigations No. 2. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
An Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Proposed Upper Trinity Regional Water District, Phase 1B, Water System Improvements, Denton County, Texas by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 1413. Denton: Geoarch Consultants, 1995.
An Archaeological Survey of the D/FW Airport Runway 16/34 E Wetland Mitigation Site, Dallas and Tarrant Counties, Texas by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 1428. Denton: Geoarch Consultants, 1995.
An Archaeological Survey of Trinity River Linear Park, Tarrant County, Texas by C. Reid Ferring, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 616. Denton: [s.n.], 1994.
Report on an Archaeological Survey of Proposed Water Systems Improvements, Collin County, Texas by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 385. Denton: [s.n.], 1994.
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Excavations at the Cottonwood Springs Site, Jewett Mine Project, Leon County, Texas by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Reports of Investigations No. 102. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1995.
Letter Report No. 136 re: An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Mustang Island Black 774 Pipeline, Nueces County, Texas by Ross Fields. October 30, 1981.
Letter Report No. 258 re: An Archeological Survey of the Wolz-Humphrey Best No. 2 Well Pad Location, Access Road, and Wildlife Pond, Lee County, Texas by Ross C. Fields. May 16, 1984.
National Register Assessments of Prehistoric and Historic Sites in Area E at the Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Reports of Investigations No. 100. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Clearance Report for Petty-Ray Geophysical by Terry Fifield. Portales, NM: Llano Estacado Center for Advanced Professional Studies and Research, Eastern New Mexico University, 1981.
Final Combined Cultural Resources Survey Report, United States Coast Guard Station Sabine, Sabine Pass, Texas. Greenbelt, MD: Greenhorne & O'Mara, Inc., 1995.
Final Report: Addendum to: Cultural Resources Survey, Site 1 - Block 52, Downtown Austin, Travis County, Texas. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Results of an Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Sanderson Farms Poultry Processing Plant, Brazos County, Texas. by Michael A. Fitch. Principal Investigator: Shawn Bonath Carlson. Letter Report No. 1. College Station: Historic Sites Research, 1995.
Architectural Mitigation of the Joseph Crenshaw Homesite (41GM182), within the Gibbons Creek Third Five-Year Mine Permit Area, Grimes County, Texas by Eugene R. Foster. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1993.
An Archaeological Assessment of the San Antonio 201 Wastewater Treatment Project by Anne A. Fox. Archaeological Survey Report No. 41. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1977.
Archaeological Investigations at Mission Concepcion, Fall of 1986 by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 586. Archaeological Survey Report No. 172. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1988.
Archaeological Investigations at the Navarro Street Parking Garage, San Antonio, Texas by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 607. Archaeological Survey Report No. 174. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1988.
Archaeological Monitoring in Connection with the San Antonio Wastewater Facilities Improvements Program, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Jack E. Eaton. TAP No. 655. Archaeological Survey Report No. 194. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1990.
Archaeological Studies for the San Antonio Channel Improvement Project including Investigations at Guenther's Upper Mill (41 BX 342) by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 272. Archaeological Survey Report No. 136. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1987.
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Archaeological Survey and Testing of Pipelines and Confluence Site, San Antonio 201 Wastewater Treatment Project by Anne A. Fox. Archaeological Survey Report No. 66. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1978.
The Archaeology and History of the Spanish Governor's Palace Park by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 111. Archaeological Survey Report No. 31. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1977.
A Study of Five Historic Cemeteries at Choke Canyon Reservoir, Live Oak and McMullen Counties, Texas by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. Choke Canyon Series Volume 9. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1984.
Test Excavations at Mission San Francisco de la Espada by Anne A. Fox. Archaeological Survey Report No. 108. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, [n.d.].
An Archaeological Study of the McPherson Road Extension Project, Laredo, Texas by Daniel E. Fox. Archaeological Survey Report No. 45. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1977.
Calendar Year 1992 Annual Report to the Texas Antiquities Committee by the Texas Water Development Board Pursuant to Antiquities Permit No. 1138, Volume Two of Two Volumes by Daniel E. Fox. Austin: [s.n.], 1993.
Historical and Archeological Research at 41TV1668, the Colorado School and Martin Family Cemetery, Bergstrom Air Force Base, Travis County, Texas by Martha Doty Freeman. Technical Reports No. 20. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1994.
The Hopewell School Site: a Late Archaic Campsite in the Central Brazos River Valley by Joseph G. Gallagher. Southern Methodist University Contributions in Anthropology No. 19. Dallas: Southern Methodist University, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Department of Anthropology, 1976.
Channel to Liberty Underwater Archaeological Investigations, Liberty County, Texas by Robert L. Gearhart, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 768. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1990.
Remote-Sensing Survey, Diver Verification and Cultural Resource Assessment, Port Mansfield Entrance Channel and Vicinity, Willacy County, Texas by Robert L. Gearhart, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 803. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1990.
Letter re: Canalization Project in the Vicinity of Canutillo to Borderland Road, El Paso County, Texas by Rex E. Gerald. July 31, 1975.
Cultural Resource Analysis of Three Sites in the proposed Malakoff generating station site in Henderson County, Texas by Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, 1983.
Cultural resources survey of the Martin Lake Mine tracts A, B, and C, Panola County, Texas by Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, 1983.
Cultural resources survey of the Monticello-Winfield coal surface mine, Titus County, Texas by Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, 1983.
Cultural resources survey of the Trunkline Gas Company, Mobil Lagloria Plant Interconnect Project, Jim Wells County, Texas by Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Report on Continued Cultural Resources Investigations of the Martin Lake Coal Surface Mine, Tracts A, B, & C, Panola County, Texas by Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
A Report on Cultural Resources Investigations of the B-II Permit Revision Tract of the Martin Lake Coal Surface Mine, Panola County, Texas, Volume II by Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, 1986.
Test Excavations at Site 41LK269, Live Oak County, Texas by Glenn T. Goode. [s.l.]: Texas State Department of Highway and Public Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1986.
Clint Independent School District Wastewater Line Archaeological Survey: Archaeological Survey Report, El Paso County, Texas by Timothy B. Graves. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1376. [s.l.]: Archaeological Research, Inc., [n.d.].
The El Paso State Jail Project: Survey and Testing Results … Final by Timothy B. Graves. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1377. [s.l.: s.n.], 1994.
The El Paso State Jail Project: Survey Results and Recommendations … Final by Timothy B. Graves. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1421. [s.l.: s.n.], 1994.
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97-210/4 Archeological Testing at Grapevine Springs Park (41DL329), Dallas County, Texas: Final Report by Melissa M. Green, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1095. Dallas: Dallas Archeological Society, 1994.
The Evolution of Allens Landing, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas by Margaret S. Henson. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigation No. 60. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1991.
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Archaeological Testing of Site 41CW25 by Glenn T. Goode. Texas: State Department of Highways, 1984.
Test Excavations at Site 41CD56 Colorado County, Texas by Glenn T. Goode. Texas: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1983.
Letter re: Cultural Assessment - Travis and Williamson Counties by M.G. Goode. March 29, 1982.
Cultural Resource Survey, Harris County Proposed Clay Road Extension, Addicks Reservoir, Harris County, Texas by Carolyn Good. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1984.
Archaeological Testing at Sites 41HL35 and 41HL67, Hall County, Texas by Glenn Goode. Texas: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1991.
An Archaeological Survey of the Radium Springs Area, Southern New Mexico by Thomas R. Hester. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 26. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1977.
Final Report Cultural Resources Survey at Dyess Air Force Base, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas by Norman A. Haywood, Principal Investigator. Cincinnati: 3D/Environmental, 1995.
Results of an Archaeological Survey for a Portion of the Proposed Animal Science Teaching and Research Complex in College Station, Brazos County, Texas by Mark J. Harmann. Letter Report, No. 59. College Station: Archaeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Results of an Archaeological Survey at Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, Hidalgo, County, Texas by Mark J. Hartmann. College Station: Texas A&M, 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of research and Timber Management Areas within Davy Crockett National Forest, Compartment 26, Houston County, Texas by Stephen Harmon. Crockett: Davy Crockett National Forest, 1995.
Archaeological Investigations at Sites Near Natalia, Medina County, Texas by Thomas R. Hester. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 20. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 19?.
Archaeological Research at the Hinojosa Site (41JW8), Jim Wells County, Southern Texas by Thomas R. Hester. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 42. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1977.
Test Excavations of Site 41NL20, Nolan County, Texas by Jerry Henderson. Texas: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1986.
Archeological Investigations at the Christianson-Leberman House (41TV1624), Travis County, Texas by Christopher G. Howell. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Mallouf. TAP No. 1439. Texas: Texas Historical Commission, 1994.
Results of Archaeological and Architectural Investigations at the Proposed Brownsville International Airport Nexrad Facility in Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas by Mark J. Harmann. Technical Report Series, No. 11. College Station: Archaeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Results of a Phase I Archaeological Survey at the Proposed Sandy Creek Municipal Park, City of Jasper, Jasper County, Texas by Mark J. Hartmann. Letter Report No. 57. College Station: Archaeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Appendices A and D: Beneficial Use Areas Survey, Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas Project, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, and Chambers Counties, Texas, Galveston Bay by Steven D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1529. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Bergfeld Drainage Improvement Project, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas by Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 1559. Macaw Letter Report, No. 2. Austin: Macaw Consulting and Research, 1995.
Letter re: the Platero/Keenan/Purvis Collection by Margie C. Elliott. July 11, 1985.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. March 1990.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. December 1990.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. February 1991.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. October 1989.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. August 1989.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. June 1989.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. November 1986.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. January 1987.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. March 1987.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. May 1986.
Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. September 1985.
Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. April 1985.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. January 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. September 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. October 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. November 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. October 1987.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. May 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. March 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. February 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. January 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. August 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. July 1988.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. April 1989.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. March 1989.
TAC Information Request Cover Sheet. 3/16/89.
The Profile: Newsletter of the Houston Archeological Society. February 1989.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 93, April 1989.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 91, August 1988.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 86, December 1986.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 87, April 1987.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 88, August 1987.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 89, December 1987.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 92, December 1988.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 90, April 1988.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 89, December 1987.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 88, August 1987.
Journal: Houston Archaeological Society, No. 77. December 1983.
Sabine Pass Battleground State Historic Park by T. Holtzapple. TAP Permit No. 21. Archeological Report, No. 8. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1976.
Literature Review and Archeological Survey for the U.S. Navy Mine Warfare Center of Excellence, Kleberg, Nueces, and San Patricio Counties, Texas by Margaret Howard Hines. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports, No. 19. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of Research and Timber Management Areas Within Angelina National Forest, Compartment 58, Angelina County, Texas by Velicia R. Hubbard. Lufkin: Angelina National Forest, 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Lynn Creek Linear and Neighborhood Parks, City of Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 1405. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, No. 72. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Bowman Springs Road Park, City of Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 1467. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, No. 91. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of Research and Wildlife Management Areas Within Angelina National Forests, Compartments 37, 38 and 47, Angelina and San Augustine Counties, Texas by Velicia R. Hubbard. Lufkin: National Forests and Grasslands of Texas, 1994.
Cedar Lakes to Colorado River: Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Corps of Engineers Disposal Areas 101A, 102E, 104A Enlarged, 105A, Matagorda County, Texas by Donald G. Hunter. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1988.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a Proposed 22-Acre Borrow Pit Near the Lake Ray Roberts Dam, Denton County, Texas by Steven M. Hunt. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, No. 102. Fort Worth: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1995.
Archeological Survey of Sanifill Fort Worth Landfill, Tarrant County, Texas by Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Letter Report No. 402. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 199?
National Register Assessment of the SS Mary Port Aransas, Nueces County, Texas by Steven D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 858. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1990.
Beneficial Use Areas Survey, Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas Project, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, and Chambers Counties, Texas, Galveston Bay by Steven D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1529. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Investigations at the Christianson-Leberman House (41TV1624), Travis County, Texas, August 1-10, 1994 by Christopher G. Howell. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Mallouf. TAP No. 1439. Texas: Office of the State Archeologist, 1994.
Historical Archeology at Fort McIntosh in Laredo, Webb County, Texas: The Import/Export Educational Facility at Laredo Community College by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1471. Report No. 400. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
Magnetometer Survey of Sabine Pass Channel and Assessment of the Clifton, 41JF65, Jefferson County, Texas, Cameron Parish, Louisiana by Steven D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1363. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Archival Research Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Calhoun and Aransas Counties, Texas by Steven D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1423. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of 550 Acres at Lake o' the Pines, Marion County, Texas by Steven M. Hunt. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, No. 103. Fort Worth: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1995.
Archeological Excavations at Fanthorp Inn, State Historic Site (41GM79), Grimes County, Texas by J. David Ing. TAP No. 303. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1987.
Fort Lipantitlan State Historic Site, Nueces County, Texas, Archeological Testing - 1974 by J. David Ing. TAP No. 45. Archeological Report, No. 16. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1975.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Turtle Creek to Rim Rock Overhead Transmission Line, Kerr County, Texas by Steve Kotter. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. TAP No. 1361. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Archaeological Investigations at the Gresser House (41 BX 369), San Antonio, Texas by James E. Ivey. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 60. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1978.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Expansion of the Covel Gardens Landfill by Sergio A. Iruegas, Principal Investigator. Archeology Series, No. 48. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1995.
An Investigation of the Cultural Resources of the Wells Branch Development, Travis County, Texas by Cynthia Brandimarte. Principal Investigator: Leonard R. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1983.
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97-210/5 A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Lost Creek Mud Irrigation System, Travis County, Texas by Stephen R. James, Jr. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Three Tracts of Land in the E Expansion Area of the Sandow Surface Mine, Milam County, Texas by Stephen R. James, Jr. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
Historical Research and Remote Sensing: Applications for Archaeological Resource Management at Fort Hood, Texas, Fiscal Year 1981 by Jack M. Jackson. Research Reports, No. 5, 6, and 7. Forty Hood: US Army, 1989.
Archeological Investigations at Fort Mason, Mason County, Texas (1987-1988) by J.A. Jaquier. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1991.
Negative Findings on an Archeological Survey of the Proposed Eula Water Supply Corporation Pipeline, Callahan County, Texas by J.A. Jaquier, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1491. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1995.
Late Holocene Investigations at the Lubbock Lake Landmark, Volume 2, The 1989 and 1990 Work by Eileen Johnson. TAP No. 36 and 327. Lubbock Lake Landmark Quaternary Research Center Series, No. 8, 1995. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1995.
Lubbock Lake Site. Phase V - Results of 1978 Excavations at the Lubbock Lake Site. by Eileen Johnson. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1980.
Historic Anglo-European Occupation: An Archaeological Survey of the City of Littlefield Proposed Wastewater Treatment Plant, Lamb County, Texas by Eileen Johnson. Lubbock Lake Landmark Quaternary Research Center Series, No. 7, 1994. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1994.
The Life and Times of Toyah-Culture Fold: The Buckhollow Encampment Site 41KM16, Kimble County, Texas by LeRoy Johnson. Office of the State Archeologist Report, No. 38. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation and Texas Historical Commission, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Park at Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas by James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Dana Anthony. TAP No. 1406. Archeology Series No. 35. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1994.
Archaeological Survey and Historical Background of the Proposed Ennis Community Park, Ellis County, Texas by David H. Jurney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1502. Waxahachie: David H. Jurney, 19?.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Tannehill Branch Greenwood Avenue Channel Improvements Project in Austin, Travis County, Texas by James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Sergio A. Iruegas. TAP No. 1540. Archeology Series, No. 47. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Lampasas to Goldthwaite Transmission Line, Lampasas, Mills, and San Saba Counties, Texas by Laura K. Jones. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. TAP No. 725. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Park at Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas by James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Dana Anthony. TAP No. 1406. Archeology Series, No. 35. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1994.
Archeological Survey of the Colonias Wastewater Treatment Assistance Program Project Near Weslaco, Hidalgo County, Texas by James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Sergio A. Iruegas. TAP No. 1554. Archeology Series, No. 46. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
Archaeological Investigations at 41DL279, Site of the John F. Kennedy Exhibit, Dallas County Administration Building, Dallas, Texas by David H. Jurney. Principal Investigator: J.M. Adovasio. TAP No. 671 and 671-A. Dallas: Dallas County Historical Foundation, 1994.
The History of the Carlsbad Basin, Southeastern New Mexico: Technical Report of Historic Archaeological Investigations in the Brantley Project Locality by Susan R. Katz. San Antonio: Incarnate Word College, 1985.
Continued Archeological Survey of the Proposed Boulder Park at the Canyon Creek Development Travis County, Texas by Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. TAP No. 1228. Letter Report, No. 404. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1995.
1994 Archaeological Survey Operations at the South Hallsville No. 1 Mine, Harrison County, Texas by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations 3-95. Los Fresnos: Southern Archeological Consultants, 1995.
Archaeological and Geomorphological Investigations at the Anzalduas International Crossing, Hidalgo County, Texas by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1490. Report of Investigations 9-95. Los Fresnos: southern Archaeological Consultants, 1995.
Cultural Resource Investigations at the Powell Bend Prospect Bastrop County, Texas by Ray D. Kenmotsu. Principal Investigator: David S. Dibble. TAP No. 291 and 298. Research Report 84. Austin: Texas Archeological Survey, 1982.
Archaeology on State Highway 16: The Crystal Rivers Site by John Esten Keller and No-Name Creek Site: A Terrace Site of the Middle and Late Archaic Period in Gillespie County, Texas by Joe T. Denton. Report No. 6. and 7. State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, Publications in Archaeology Highway Design Division, 1976.
The McQueeney Municipal Utility District Project: An Archaeological Reconnaissance by T.C. Kelly. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 19. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1976.
The Relocation and Reassessment of 38 Archaeological Sites on El Paso Water Utilities - Public Service Board Property in Northeast El Paso, El Paso County, Texas by Barbara E. Kauffman, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1389. Cultural Resources Report No. 202. El Paso: Batcho & Kauffmann Associates, 1994.
Archeological Investigations at Hueco Tanks State Park El Paso County, Texas by George Kegley, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 29. Austin: The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1980.
An Archaeological Assessment of Boerne City Park, Kendall County, Texas by Thomas C. Kelly. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 21. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1976.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Raw Water Reservoir Brownsville, Texas by John E. Keller. TAP No. 1410. Report of Investigations 6-94. Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of the Proposed 70 Acre Dal-Tile Lease on El Paso Water Utilities - Public Service Board Property in Northeast El Paso, El Paso County, Texas by Barbara E. Kauffman, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1456. Cultural Resources Report No. 209. El Paso: Batcho & Kauffman Associates, 1994.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of Drill Holes, Backhoe Trenches, and Access Road Segments Associated with a Paleoseismic Study of the East Franklin Mountain Fault Zone in North El Paso County, Texas by Barbara Kauffman, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1459. Cultural Resources Report No. 212. El Paso: Batcho & Kauffman Associates, 1995.
Archaeological Testing at the South Hallsville No. 1 Mine 1993 by John E. Keller. Report of Investigations 5-94. Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc.
Teco Pipeline - Phase III New Braunfels to Dewville Phase I Cultural Resource Survey by Timothy C. Klinger. Historic Preservation Associates Reports 95-17. Arkansas: Historic Preservation Associates, 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Jewitt City Park, Leon County, Texas by Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1519. Letter Report No. 405. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1995.
Longview Pipeline, Historic Properties Survey of a Proposed Pipeline in the Vicinity of Longview, Texas and the Sabine River within the Gulf Coastal Plain Gregg County, Texas by Timothy C. Klinger. Historic Preservation Associates Reports 94-26. Arkansas: Historic Preservation Associates, 1994.
An Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed Cedar Creek Park Navasota, Grimes County, Texas by Joan K. Koch. TAP No. 623. Letter Report No. 43. Archeological Research Laboratory, Texas A&M University, 1987.
Archaeological Survey at Fort Hood, Texas Fiscal Year 1985, The Northwestern Perimeter by Joan K. Koch. Research Report No. 16. United States Army Fort Hood, Archaeological Resource Management Series, 1989.
Cultural Resource Investigations for the Robertson-Phillips 138kV Transmission Line, Robertson County, Texas by Steven Kotter. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1989.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Pisek 138 KV Transmission Line Austin, Colorado, Fayette and Washington Counties, Texas by Steven M. Kotter. Principal Investigator: Clell Bond. TAP No. 802. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1989.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Legion Split to Legion Substation Overhead Transmission Line Kerr County, Texas by Steven Kotter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1431. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Gillespie Substation to Nimitz Substation Overhead Transmission Line Gillespie County, Texas by Steven Kotter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1430. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates Inc., 1994.
1975 Archaeological Investigations at Old Ursuline Academy, San Antonio, Texas by Paul R. Katz. Archaeological Survey Report No. 34. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1977.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Rutherford Overhead Transmission Line Hays County, Texas by Steven Kotter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1442. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Results of an Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Indian Mound Nursery Irrigation Reservoir, Cherokee County, Texas by David D. Kuehn, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1514. Letter Report No. 4. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1995.
La Villita Earthworks (41 BX 677): San Antonio, Texas by Joseph H. Labadie. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 480. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 159. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1986.
Archaeology and History of the Ray Roberts Lake Area of Northcentral Texas, 1850-1950 by Susan A. Lebo. Denton: University of North Texas Institute of Applied Sciences, 1995.
Archaeology of Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Lifeways in the Lewisville Lake Area, Denton County, Texas by Susan A. Lebo. Denton: University of North Texas Institute of Applied Sciences, 1995.
Architecture and Community Variability within the Antelope Creek Phase of the Texas Panhandle by Christopher Ray Lintz. Studies in Oklahoma's Past No. 14. Norman: Oklahoma Archeological Survey, 1986.
Archeological Investigations of 41TV385 Gus Fruh City Park, Austin, Travis County, Texas by Christopher Lintz. Principal Investigator: Ronald W. Ralph. TAP No. 325. Special Report No. 2. Austin: Travis County Archeological Society, 1995.
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97-210/6 Cultural Resource Investigations in the O.H. Ivie Reservoir Concho, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, Volume I: Project Introduction, Setting and Methods by Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 609 and 809. Mariah Associates, Inc., Technical Report 346-I. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1993.
Cultural Resource Investigations in the O.H. Ivie Reservoir Concho, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, Volume II: Test Excavations at Prehistoric Sites and Assessment of Rock Cairn Features by Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 609. Mariah Associates, Inc., Technical Report 346-II. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1993.
Cultural Resource Investigations in the O.H. Ivie Reservoir Concho, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, Volume II A: Test Excavations at Prehistoric Sites and Assessment of Rock Cairn Features - Appendices by Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 609. Mariah Associates, Inc., Technical Report 346-IIA. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1993.
Cultural Resource Investigations in the O.H. Ivie Reservoir Concho, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, Volume III: Data Recovery Results from Non-Ceramic Sites by Abby C. Treece. TAP No. 809. Mariah Associates, Inc., Technical Report 346-III. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1993.
Cultural Resource Investigations in the O.H. Ivie Reservoir Concho, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, Volume IV: Data Recovery Results from Ceramic Sites by Abby C. Treece. TAP No. 809. Mariah Associates, Inc., Technical Report 346-IV. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1993.
Cultural Resource Investigations in the O.H. Ivie Reservoir Concho, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, Volume V: Historical Resources by Amy C. Earls. TAP No. 809. Mariah Associates, Inc., Technical Report 346-V. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1993.
Archeological Investigations at the Sam Rayburn House Museum Bonham, Texas by Warren M. Lynn. TAP No. 144. Austin: Warren M. Lynn, 1978.
Archeological Investigations at the Sam Rayburn House Museum Bonham, Texas by Warren M. Lynn. TAP No. 144. Austin: Warren M. Lynn, 1978.
Fayette Power/Rabbs-Cummins Creek Historic District Management Plan by The Lower Colorado River Authority.
La Salle's Fort St. Louis 1684 to Dec. 24, 1688 on the Lavaca River, near Dimitt's Point, Jackson County, Vanderbilt, Texas by Brownson Malsch. Victoria: The Victoria Advocate, 1985.
Archaeological Testing within the Southeast Corner of the Plaza at Mission Espada San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Frances K. Meskill. Principal Investigator: Jack D. Eaton. TAP No. 935. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 208. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1992.
Continuing Archaeology on State Highway 16, The Shep Site (41 KR 109) and The Wounded Eye Site (41 Kr 107) by Clive J. Luke. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 152. Publications in Archaeology Report No. 16. Austin: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1980.
Results of Archeological and Geomorphic Monitoring Performed at the Location of a Proposed New City Hall Annex, Downtown Austin by Jon C. Lohse. TAP No. 1475. Archeology Series No. 44. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
Walnut Creek District Park, Archeological Testing at the Wells Site 41TV368 City of Austin, Travis County, Texas by Warren M. Lynn, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 261. Austin: Parks and Recreation Planning Associates, Inc., 1981.
McFaddin Beach, The Pattillo Higgins Series of Natural History and Anthropology by Russell J. Long. No. 1. Spindletop Museum, Lamar University, 1977.
A Cultural Resources Investigation for a Proposed Wastewater Pipeline Installation in Fort Gates Coryell County, Texas, Final by Jon C. Lohse. Principal Investigator: Abby C. Treece. Archeological Series No. 41. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Survey of Areas Proposed for Modification in the Encino Park Development, Northern Bexar County, Texas by A. Joachim McGraw. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 39. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1977.
Archaeological Investigations for the Canyon Hydroelectric Project, Comal County, Texas, Part I Archaeological Survey by A. Joachim McGraw and Part II Archaeological Testing by Joseph H. Labadie. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 162. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1987.
Archaeological Investigations at Site 41BX66 along Loop 1604, Bexar County, Texas by A. Joachim McGraw. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. Austin: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1991.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed Sunland Park Drive Extension Project, Dona Ana County, New Mexico and El Paso County, Texas by Michael P. Marshall. Cibola Research Report No. 115. Cibola Research Consultants, 1995.
Management Summary: Archaeological Inventory Report Sabine National Forest, Yellowpine Ranger District, Compartment 112 - Stands 5, 6, and 19 Site Preparation Activities.
The Results of Test Excavations at 41EP415, El Paso County, Texas by Deborah Martin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 773. El Paso: 1995.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed Sunland Park Drive Extension Project, Dona Ana County, New Mexico and El Paso County, Texas by Michael P. Marshall. Cibola Research Report No. 115. Cibola Research Consultants, 1995.
Final Report: Archaeological Investigations on a Proposed Wastewater Line to Service Colonia Larga Vista near Laredo, Webb County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 1567. Austin: Flores Engineering Services, 1995.
An Archaeological Survey of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fee Simple Property near Grapevine Reservoir, Denton County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1995.
Archeological Investigations Caprock Canyons State Park Briscoe County, Texas by Patricia A. Mercado-Allinger. TAP No. 243. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1982.
The 1989 Exxon Valdez Cultural Resource Program by Charles M. Mobley. Anchorage: Exxon Shipping Company and Exxon Company, USA, 1990.
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97-210/7 Technical Report: Archeological Monitoring for the Galveston Trolley Project, Galveston, Texas by Roger G. Moore. Houston: R.G. Moore Archeological Consulting, 1988.
An Archeological Investigation of Construction at Lamar University at Orange, City of Orange (Orange County), Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 778. Report of Investigation, No. 28. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1989.
An Archeological Survey of Six Boone Seismic, Inc. Seismic Lines for Plaines Resources, Inc. in Sea Rim State Park and the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area, Jefferson County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations, No. 67. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1992.
A Preliminary Cultural Resources Assessment of the Proposed 750 Acre Cullinan Park, City of Houston, Fort Bend County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations, No. 34. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1991.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Guadalupe Delta Wildlife Management Area Headquarters Project, Calhoun County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1062. Report of Investigations, No. 58. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1991.
An Archeological Survey of the Thomason Park Tract, City of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations, No. 30. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1990.
An Archeological Survey of the Telge Road Park Tract, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1068. Report of Investigations, No. 61. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1992.
An Archeological Survey of Harris County, Precinct 4, Burroughs Park Tract, Northern Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations, No. 29. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1990.
An Archeological Survey of an Expansion of Jesse H. Jones Park, Northern Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 580. Report of Investigation, No. 8. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of the 143 Acre Little Cypress Creek Detention Facility (L500-02-00) in Northwest Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1327. Report of Investigations, No. 101. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of the 297 Acre Proposed Blue Ridge Floodwater Detention Site (HCFCD Unit C500-01-00) in South Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1357. Report of Investigations, No. 109. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of a 200 Acre Willowspring Creek Regional Detention Facility (HCFCD Unit B512-01-00) in Southeast Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1292. Report of Investigations, No. 99. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of the 110 Acre Proposed Floodwater Detention Site (HCFCD Unit C547-01-00) in South Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1354. Report of Investigations, No. 108. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of A Wavefront, Inc., Seismic Line, Mad Island Wildlife Management Area, Matagorda County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 988, Report of Investigation, No. 47. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1992.
National Register Testing at Site 41HR729, Langham Creek, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1168. Report of Investigation, No. 93. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
Archeological Data Recovery Excavations at the Kingwood Site, 41HR616, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigation, No. 100. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 19?.
An Archeological Survey of a 110 Acre Regional Detention Basin on Brays Bayou in Southern Harris County, Texas, HCFCD Unit (D500-06-00) by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1428. Report of Investigations, No. 131. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Geoseismic Services Seismic Line, Brazos Bend State Park, Fort Bend County, Texas. by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 499. Report of Investigations, No. 120. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of a Grant Tensor, Inc., Seismic Project within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area, Jefferson County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1333. Report of Investigation, No. 104. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
Archeological Monitoring at the METRO Buffalo Bayou Facility, Houston, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1226. Report of Investigation, No. 125. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of an Expansion of the Harris County, Precinct 3, Terry Hershey Park, Houston (Harris County), Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1270. Report of Investigation, No. 88. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed 750 Acre Joseph S. and Lucie H. Cullinan Park Fort. Bend County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. Tap No. 1000. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1991.
A Preliminary Cultural Resources Assessment of the Proposed 750 Acre Cullinan Park, City of Houston, Fort Bend County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations, No. 34. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1991.
A Cultural Resources Survey of 136 Acres Comprising Floodwater Detention Basin HCFCD Unit D500-04-00 Near Brays Bayou in Western Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1230. Report of Investigations, No. 84. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of a Phase I Road Alignment City of Houston, Eisenhower Park Northeast Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1481. Report of Investigations, No. 134. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1995.
An Archeological Survey of the 297 Acre Proposed Blue Ridge Floodwater Detention Site (HCFCD Unit C500-01-00) in South Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1357. Report of Investigations, No. 109. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of the 110 Acre Proposed Floodwater Detention Site (HCFCD Unit C547-01-00) in South Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1354. Report of Investigations, No. 108. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Regional Detention Site (HCFCD Unit E500-06-00) on Whiteoak Bayou, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1143. Report of Investigation, No. 73. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of Two Detention Basins: Langham Creek (HCFCD Unit U500-01-00) and Dinner Creek (HCFCD Unit U520-01-00), Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1119. Report of Investigations, No. 72. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1992.
Archeological Construction Monitoring of a Proposed Boat House, C.D. "Cap" Landolt Pavilion, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigation, No. 78. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of Two Kemp Geophysical Seismic Lines Through the Gus Engling Wildlife Management Area, Freestone County, Texas Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1189. Report of Investigation, No. 80. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a 50 Acre Portion of the City of Houston Herman Brown Park, Houston (Harris County), Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1249. Report of Investigation, No. 87. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of the 48 Acre Carpenters Bayou Regional Detention Basin (N500-01-00) in Eastern Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1343. Report of Investigations, No. 105. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of the Thomason Park Tract, City of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 886. Report of Investigations, No. 30. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1990.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Woodforest Road from Greens Bayou to Maxey Road, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations, No. 111. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of an Eighteen Acre Development Project on Clear Creek in Brazoria County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigation, No. 107. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a 15 Acre Regional Detention Basin Site (HCFC Unit E532-01-00) on Whiteoak Bayou in Northwest Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1435. Report of Investigations, No. 123. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1995.
An Archeological Survey of a 22 Acre Brays Bayou Regional Detention Facility (D500-06-00) in Southwest Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1356. Report of Investigations, No. 110. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of a French Ltd., Wetlands Replacement Project, City of Baytown, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigation, No. 130. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of the Timber Lane Park Tract, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1097. Report of Investigations, No. 64. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1992.
An Archeological Survey of the 143 Acre Little Cypress Creek Detention Facility (L500-02-00) in Northwest Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1327. Report of Investigations, No. 101. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of a French Ltd., Wetlands Replacement Project, City of Baytown, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigation, No. 130. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archeological Survey of a Grant Tensor, Inc., Seismic Project within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area, Jefferson County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1333. Report of Investigation, No. 104. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of Plains Resources, Inc., Projects within the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area, Jefferson County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1316. Report of Investigation, No. 102. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Harris County Mud Number 254 Proposed Wastewater Treatment Plant Site on Greens Bayou in Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations, No. 106. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Investigation for Tree-Planting at San Jacinto State Park, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1224. Report of Investigation, No. 94. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of the 5 Acre Site of the Proposed Texas A&M University Development Foundation Headquarters Building in Brazos County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1462. Contract Report No. 35. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a 126.68 Acre Floodwater Detention Basin Site (HCFCD Unit P 545-01-00) and 5 Acre Betz Tract Addition Near Greens Bayou in Harris County, Texas by William E. Moore. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1233. Report of Investigations, No. 85. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
The Technical Bulletin Series Published by the Texas Archeological Survey 1971-1987: A Bibliography by William E. Moore. Technical Series 34. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of a Four Acre Tract, The Site of the Proposed Housing Authority Community Center in Huntsville (Walker County) Texas by William E. Moore. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1323. Report of Investigations, No. 103. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
A Cultural Resources Survey of an Approximate 1231 Acre Proposed Garners Bayou Regional Detention Facility in Eastern Harris County, Texas (HCFCD Unit P500-03-00) by William E. Moore. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1232. Report of Investigations, No. 83. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1994.
An Archaeological Survey of the Concord Robbins WSC Project in Leon County, Texas by William E. Moore. Contract Report No. 29. [s.l.]: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1994.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Riverfront Park, Phase II, in the City of Beaumont (Jefferson County), Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 864. Contract Reports, No. 5. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1989.
An Archeological Survey of a Four Acre Tract, the Site of the Proposed Housing Authority Community Center in Huntsville (Walker County) Texas by William E. Moore. TAP 1323. Report of Investigations, No. 103. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
Abstracts in Texas Contract Archeology 1989 by William E. Moore. Abstracts in Texas Contract Archeology 5. Austin: Texas Historical Commission, 1993.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Lake Kirby Park in the City Limits of Abilene Taylor County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1081. Contract Reports, No. 17. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1992.
An Archaeological Survey for the Bartlett Electric Cooperative, Inc. 1991-1992 Work Plan System Two Tie Lines in Milam County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1025. Contract Reports, No. 12. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1991.
An Archaeological Survey of the Glen Rose Golf Club Project, Somervell County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1002. Contract Report, No. 11. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1991.
An Archaeological Survey of the Cincinnati Substation Texas Department of Corrections Ellis Unit Number Two Tie Line in Walker County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1024. Contract Reports, No. 13. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1991.
An Archaeological Survey of a Forty Acre Tract of Land for the Texas State Technical College Development Project in Harrison County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report, No. 20. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1992.
An Archeological Survey of a Four Acre Tract, The Site of the Proposed Housing Authority Community Center in Huntsville (Walker County) Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1323. Report of Investigations, No. 103. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1993.
Archaeological Survey of the Gosling Road Extension Project in North Central Harris County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1205. Contract Report, No. 23. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1993.
Archaeological Investigations at the Connor Creek Site (41YN9) Young County, Texas by William E. Moore. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 287. Highway Design Division Publications in Archaeology Report, No. 40. Austin: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1992.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed 21 Acre Palestine Park in Anderson County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1417. Contract Report, No. 33. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1994.
Historic Structures Report: Battleship Texas by Sue Winton Moss. TAP No. HS44. Austin: Preservation, Planning, and Consulting, 1993.
Guidelines for Coding ARM Site Forms Revised 4/21/83. New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico, 1980.
Guidelines for Coding ARM Site Forms Revised 9/9/82. New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico, 1980.
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Cultural Resources Survey of the Nixon Substation and Associated Access Road and Transmission Line Rebuild Project Gonzales County, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1541. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of Soil Conservation Service Structure 30, Choctaw Creek Watershed, Grayson County, Texas by Peter Nichols, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Instructional Cultural Resource Survey of Balcones District Park, Travis County, Texas by Bruce A. Nightengale. TAP No. 994. Cultural Resource Training Report, No. 1. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1994.
Newsletter of the Northeast Panhandle Archeology Group May/June 1989.
Project Area Site Forms, Cultural Resources Technical Report Survey and Limited Testing Proposed Deepwater Channel and Multipurpose Terminal Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas by Peter W. Nichols, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 269. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1981.
Cultural Resource and Geomorphological Investigations at the Powell Bend II Lignite Prospect, Bastrop County, Texas by Bruce A. Nightengale, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 770. Cultural Resources Report, No. 1. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1992.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Texas Oaks and Gunn Tracts, Travis County, Texas by Peter W. Nichols. Principal Investigator: Leonard R. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
Excavations at the Kingsland Site (41BT215) Burnet County, Texas by Michael A. Nash. Principal Investigator: Bruce A. Nightengale. TAP No. 709. Cultural Resources Report, No. 2. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1995.
Additional Intensive Survey of Cultural Resources in the Cummins Creek Prospect, Fayette County, Texas by Bruce A. Nightengale. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Texas Archeological Survey Research Report, No. 89. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin, 1985.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1989 and 1990 by Bruce A. Nightengale, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 850 and 881. Annual Report No. 1. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1995.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1991 by Bruce A. Nightengale, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 970. Annual Report No. 2. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1995.
Archaeological Investigations at Jourdan-Bachman Farm, Travis County, Texas by Peter Nichols. TAP No. 347. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1994.
National Register Testing of Ten Sites in the Monticello B-2 Surface Mine, Titus County, Texas by Michael A. Nash. Principal Investigator: Steven M. Kotter. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Pipeline Route Along Old Corpus Christi and Richter Roads by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1465. Letter Report, No. 110. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1995.
Cultural Resource Monitoring of Fence and Cattle Guard Construction on Bob West South Well Pad, Starr County, Texas by Patrick L. O'Neill. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey of Alabama-Coushatta Reservation Well No. 5 (Lease No. 14-20-0208-5265) Polk County, Texas by Patrick L. O'Neill. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1995.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Sundance Dairy - Erath County, Texas by Ben W. Olive. Principal Investigator: Alston V. Thoms. Letter Report, No. 2. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, 1994.
Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society Vol. XXXVII 1988. Edited by George H. Odell. Oklahoma: Oklahoma Anthropological Society, 1988.
Results of a 3.7 Mile Long and 80 Foot Wide Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Access Road on the Faskin Ranch Proposed Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility, Hudspeth County, Texas by Deborah Martin. Principal Investigator: Thomas C. O'Laughlin. TAP No. 1530. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1995.
The Search for the Grave of William Preston Longley, Giddings Cemetery (41LE132), Lee County, Texas by Douglas W. Owsley. TAP No. 1083. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1994.
Oklahoma Anthropological Society Newsletter. Vol. 36, no. 9. December 1988.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1993 and 1994 by Fred M. Oglesby. TAP Nos. 1218 and 1353. Annual Report No. 4. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1995.
A Magnetic Survey of Proposed Channel Improvement Areas of the Mouth of the Colorado River, Texas by Charles E. Pearson. Principal Investigator: Sherwood M. Gagliano. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1980.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Jobe Concrete Quarry, El Paso, Texas by Patience E. Patterson. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1375. Austin: Galván Eling Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Port Isabel Small Boat Harbor Channel and Vicinity, Laguna Madre, Cameron County, Texas by Charles E. Pearson. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1987.
Archaeological Investigations at Port Isabel, Texas by Gene J. Paull. Texas: Texas Southmost College, 1979.
An Assessment of the Archeological and Historical Resources of the Bayou Loco Reservoir Area, Nacogdoches County, Texas by Elton R. Prewitt. Research Report, No. 11. Austin: Texas Archeological Salvage Project, 1972.
A Magnetic Survey of Proposed Channel Improvement Areas of the Mouth of the Colorado River, Texas by Charles E. Pearson. Principal Investigator: Sherwood M. Gagliano. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1980.
Archeological Investigations at 41LN108, 41LN114, 41LN157, 41LN158 At Jewett Mine, Leon County, Texas by George Panos. Principal Investigator: Shawn Bonath Carlson. Reports of Investigations, No. 5. College Station: Archeological Research Laboratory, 1987.
Proposed Salinas National Monument, New Mexico. Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1979.
"This Everlasting Sand Bed": Cultural Resources Investigations at the Texas Big Sandy Project, Wood and Upshur Counties, Texas by Timothy K. Perttula. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Report of Investigations, No. 52. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1986.
Inventory and Assessment of Cultural Resources, Scofield Farms Development, Travis County, Texas by Daniel J. Prikryl. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations, No. 31. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1984.
Underwater Archaeology of the Wreck of the Steamship Mary (41NU252) and Assessment of Seven Anomalies, Corpus Christi Entrance Channel, Nueces County, Texas by Charles E. Pearson. TAP No. 1261. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Testing for the Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo, Tigua Cultural Center, Ysleta, Texas by John A. Peterson, Principal Investigator. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1995.
An Evaluation of the Potential Presence of Historic Properties Located Within the North Campus Expansion Area of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas by Duane E. Peter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1352. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, No. 64. [s.l.]: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1994.
Archaeological Investigations at the Mercado and Mall Project Near Fort Concho San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas by Patience E. Patterson. TAP No. 1518. Austin: TRC/Mariah Associates, Inc., 1995.
Magnetometer Survey of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW), Corpus Christi Bay to Point Penascal, Nueces, Kleberg, and Kenedy Counties, Texas by Charles E. Pearson. TAP No. 1548. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1995.
Magnetometer Survey of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW), Port Aransas to Live Oak Point, Aransas and Calhoun Counties, Texas by Charles E. Pearson. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1994.
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Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Disposal Area 1A, Colorado River, Matagorda County, Texas by Stephanie L. Perrault. Principal Investigator: Richard A. Weinstein. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Monitoring of Community Development Block Grant Water Line Construction, Las Milpas Colonia, Socorro, Texas by John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1504. El Pason: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey of the San Elizario High School Site, San Elizario, Texas by John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1523. El Paso: The University of Texas at El Paso, 1995.
Archeology Along the Wurzbach Parkway, Module 2, Initial Testing and Evaluation of Five Prehistoric Sites in the Upper Salado Watershed, Bexar County, Texas by Daniel R. Potter. Principal Investigator: Stephen L. Black. TAP No. 1240. Studies in Archeology 18. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1995.
Archeology Along the Wurzbach Parkway, Module 1, Introduction, Conceptual Framework, and Contexts of Archeological Investigations in Bexar County, South-Central Texas by Daniel R. Potter. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1240. Studies in Archeology 17. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1995.
The Rush Site (41 TG346) A Stratified Late Prehistoric Locale in Tom Green County, Texas by J. Michael Quigg. TAP Nos. 1180 and 1265. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1995.
Sterling City Water Pipeline Development: An Archeological Inventory and Assessment, Sterling County, Texas by J. Michael Quigg. TAP No. 1544. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1995.
Geomorphological and Archaeological Assessment of Site 41HF41 and Bones at ANR Pipeline Crossing of Palo Duro Creek, Hansford County, Texas by J. Michael Quigg. TAP No. 1051. Mariah Technical Report, No. 698. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1992.
Sulphur Springs Draw: Geoarchaeological and Archaeological Investigations at Sulphur Draw Reservoir, Martin County, Texas by J. Michael Quigg. TAP No. 1127. Mariah Technical Report, No. 776. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey Relocation Line No. 11 Brazos River Crossing (M.P 52.25 to M.P. 53.81) Austin and Waller Counties, Texas by B.F. Rader. Principal Investigator: Peter Nichols. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Edinburg Facility, Hidalgo County, Texas by B.F. Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1400. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of a 25-Acre Parcel for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Tent Prison Facility Within the Chaparral Wildlife Management Area, La Salle County, Texas by B.F. Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1404. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Facility, Cuero, DeWitt County, Texas by B.F. Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1386. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Settlement of the Prairie Margin: Archaeology of the Richland Creek Reservoir, Navarro and Freestone Counties, Texas 1980-1981: A Research Synopsis by L. Mark Raab, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 363. Archaeological Monographs, No. 1. Dallas: Archaeology Research Program, 1982.
Results of a Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Pipeline, Newton County, Texas, and Vernon Parish, Louisiana. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
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Reprints in Anthropology, Volume 27. Dallas: Southern Methodist University, 1983.
Rim Road Reconstruction and Caliche Pits Cultural Resource Survey, Guadalupe Ranger District, Lincoln National Forest, Otero County, New Mexico by Lori Stephens Reed. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1989.
Aboriginal Life and Culture on the Upper Texas Coast: Archaeology at the Mitchel Ridge Site, 41GV66, Galveston Island by Robert A. Ricklis. Corpus Christi: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1994.
Archaic and Late Prehistoric Human Ecology in the Middle Onion Creek Valley by Robert A. Ricklis. Volumes 1 & 2. Studies In Archeology 19. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey, Mad Island Marsh Preserve, Matagorda County, Texas by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 1427. Corpus Christi: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1994.
Excavations at Site 41GM224 in the Gibbons Creek Lignite Mine Permit 38A Area, Grimes County, Texas by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1245. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
National Register Assessment of Three Archaeological Sites at the Gibbons Creek Lignite Mine, Grimes County, Texas by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1342. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Winchester-Salem 138-kV Transmission Line, Fayette and Washington Counties, Texas by Robert Rogers. Principal Investigator: Steven M. Kotter. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1990.
Cultural Resources Investigations at Virginia Point, Galveston County, Texas by Robert Rogers. Principal Investigator: Leonard Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1990.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Everest Minerals Corporation West Mt. Lucas Project, Live Oak County, Texas by David G. Robinson. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Bulletin, No. 67. Austin: Texas Archeological Survey, 1983.
Hunter-Gatherer mobility and Settlement in the Brazos Uplands: Archeology in the Calvert Mine, Robertson County, East-Central Texas by David G. Robinson. Studies in Archeology 14. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1993.
Cultural Resource Investigations at the South Llano River State Park and Buck Wildlife Management Area, Kimble County, Texas by David G. Robinson. Report 94-3. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of United Oil and Minerals Stolte No. 1 Well, Guadalupe County, Texas by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Actions Related to Test Area Expansions, Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant: Harrison County, Texas by Erwin Roemer. Ft. Worth: Department of the Army, 1988.
Spiro Archaeology: The Plaza by J. Daniel Rogers. Studies in Oklahoma's Past, No. 10. Norman: Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, 1982.
Excavations at Sites 41GM166, 41GM281, and 41GM282 at the Gibbons Creek Lignite Mine, Grimes County, Texas by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1243. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Spiro Archaeology: 1980 Research by J. Daniel Rogers. Studies in Oklahoma's Past, No. 9. Norman: Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, 1982.
Spiro Archaeology: 1979 Excavations by J. Daniel Rogers. Studies in Oklahoma's Past, No. 6. Norman: Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, 1980.
Bootlegger Trail Site: A Spring Bison Kill by Tom E. Roll. [s.l.]: Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, 1980.
Upland Sites in the Middle Nueces Zone: Testing in the San Miguel Mine, Atascosa County, Texas by David G. Robinson. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Archeological Report 1. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, 1995.
Cultural Resource Investigations for the Big Brown CVI Revision (F.M. 2570 South) Mine Areas, Freestone County, Texas by James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Archeological Survey Report of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice James V. Allred Unit, Wichita County, Texas by E.A. Schroeder. Principal Investigator: B.F. Rader. TAP No. 1397. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Magnetometer Survey and Diving Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and Houston Ship Channel Intersection Galveston County, Texas by James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Steven D. Hoyt. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey Camp Seift, Bastrop County, Texas by James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey along the Sun City Water Approach Main, Williamson County, Texas by E.A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1547. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey and Geomorphological Testing of the North Longview Sewer Project, City of Longview, Gregg County, Texas by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1477. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey Report of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Plainview Facility, Hale County, Texas by E.A. Schroeder. Principal Investigator: B.F. Rader. TAP No. 1445. Austin: Horizon Environmental, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey Report of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Lubbock Facility, Lubbock County, Texas by E. A. Schroeder. Principal Investigator: B.F. Rader. TAP No. 1402. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Mapping of the Utina (41NU264) Corpus Christi Entrance Channel, Nueces County, Texas by James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Steven D. Hoyt. TAP No. 1457. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey at Wells Branch Park Phase IIIA, Travis County, Texas by E. A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1556. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Survey Report of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Amarillo Facility, Potter County, Texas by E.A. Schroeder. Principal Investigator: B.F. Rader. TAP No. 1401. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Brownwood Laterials Watershed, Brown County, Texas. An Archeological Survey of Structures 1, 2, 2A, 5, 18, 24, & 26A by Harry J. Shafer. Report No. 13. College Station: Texas A&M University, 1975.
Lower San Saba Watershed, San Saba County, Texas. An Archeological Survey of Structure No. 13 by Harry J. Shafer. Report No. 13. College Station: Texas A&M University, 1974.
Archeological Investigations in the San Jacinto River Basin, Montgomery County, Texas by Harry J. Shafer. Papers of the Texas Archeological Salvage Project, No. 13. Austin: Texas Archeological Salvage Project, 1968.
A Short Report of the Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Oil Well Pad Site, Chambers County, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
The Rock Art of Seminole Canyon State Historical Park: Deterioration and Prospects for Conservation by Constance S. Silver. TAP No. 239. [s.l.]: [s.n.], 1985.
Cultural Resources Survey of 178.23 Acres out of the A.G. McMath Survey No. 298, El Paso County, Texas by Bob D. Skiles, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1449. Austin: Texas General Land Office, 1994.
Archeological Investigations of the Caddo Lake Scholars Program at Caddo Lake State Park, Harrison County, Texas, by Bob D. Skiles, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1310. Marshall: Caddo Lake Institute, Inc., 1993-19951995.
Archeological Monitoring of Restoration, Denton Courthouse-on-the-Square, Denton County, Texas, by Bob D. Skiles. Kathleen K. Gilmore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 560. Supplemental Report, No. 1. Austin: Bob D. Skiles, 19871994.
Archaeological Investigations in Southwestern Montague County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 95-8. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Archaeological Survey at Fort Hood, Texas, Fiscal Year 1979. by S. Alan Skinner. Research Report No. 2. Ft. Hood: Unite States Army, 1984.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Plano Municipal Golf Course by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1385. Cultural Resources Report 94-8. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1994.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Blue Flats Disposal Site, Palo Pinto County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 95-11. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Cultural Resource Evaluation of Well Site #9 Lake Mineral Wells State Park by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 440. Cultural Resources Report 84-15. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1984.
Cultural Resources Evaluation Northwest Highway Widening Grapevine, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1436. Cultural Resources Report 94-7. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1994.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of a Baylor County Water Line by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 95-10. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Cultural Resources Evaluation in Van Alstyne, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1508. Cultural Resources Report 95-5. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Ranger Wastewater Treatment Plant Site Eastland County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 95-13. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
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Cultural Resource Investigations of the Rochester Park Levee by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 924. Cultural Resources Report 90-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1990.
Historical/Archival Research and Oral History Study of an Area East of the Wallisville Townsite and the Associated African-American Community, Wallisville Lake Project, Chambers County, Texas by Donna K. Shepard. Principal Investigator: H. Blaine Ensor. Wallisville Lake Project Technical Series, Reports of Investigations No. 1. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Veterans Administration National Cemetery Dallas, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 94-12. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Kathryn Rose Memorial Park by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1458. Cultural Resources Report 94-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Distribution Line at Copper Breaks State Park by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1511. Cultural Resources Report 95-3. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Monitoring Cultural Resource Exposures at the Central Waste Treatment Plant Expansion by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1139. Cultural Resources Report 95-15. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
The Place of Lawther Drive in White Rock Creek Archaeology by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1464. Cultural Resources Report 95-16. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of Exxon Fee A-13 No. 1 Proposed Wellpad and Pipeline Right-of-Way, Sabine County, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey for Portions of the Monticello B-2 Surface Lignite Mine, Titus County, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 138-kV Transmission Line, Travis and Williamson Counties, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 138-kV Transmission Line, Travis and Williamson Counties, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 138-KV Transmission Line in Wood and Smith Counties, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Results of a Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Centana Intrastate Pipeline Company Pipe Storage Yard, Orange County, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Southwestern Mission Research Center Newsletter, v.21, no. 74, Tucson: The University of Arizona Library. March 1987.
Southwestern Mission Research Center Newsletter, v.23, no. 79, Tucson: The University of Arizona Library. June 1989.
Southwestern Mission Research Center Newsletter, v.22, no. 77, Tucson: The University of Arizona Library. December 1988.
Results of a Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Centana Intrastate Pipeline Company Right-of-Way, Jefferson, Orange, and Newton Counties, Texas by Elizabeth Skokan. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Assessment Harrison and Panola Counties by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Hunt County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Harrison County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Hardin County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Brazoria County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Burleson County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Brazos County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Bexar County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Cultural Resources Assessment Dallas County by R.E. Stotzer, Jr. Austin: State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, 1987.
Ricardo Water Supply Corporation, Rural Water Supply Expansion, Kleberg County, Texas by Herman A. Smith.
Archaeological Survey of Memorial Park, Leona River Project, Uvalde County, Texas by H. Ray Smith. Principal Investigator: Jack D. Eaton. TAP No. 887. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 195. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1990.
Archaeological Assessments for the San Antonio 201 Wastewater Treatment Project: Surveys of Five Pipeline Routes and Testing at Site 41 BX 333 by Ralph Snavely. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 378. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 131. San Antonio: Center of Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1984.
Bulletin of the Society for American Archaeology, v.7, no. 1, Washington: Society for American Archaeology. January 1989.
Bulletin of the Society for American Archaeology, v.6, no. 6, Washington: Society for American Archaeology. November 1988.
The Archaeology and Early History of the Head of the San Antonio River by Karen E. Stothert. San Antonio: Southern Texas Archaeological Society, 1989.
Archaeological Test Excavations at Eight Sites on the Proposed Samalayuca Natural Gas Pipeline El Paso and Hudspeth Counties, Texas by David P. Staley. Principal Investigator: Howard C. Higgins. Technical Report 1163. Albuquerque: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1995.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of a 1.25 Mile Long Right-of-Way Corridor for a Proposed Sewerline within the Town of Anthony, Texas by Elizabeth Krehbiel Stuart. Principal Investigator: Barbara E. Kauffman. TAP No. 1380. Cultural Resources Report No. 194. Batcho & Kauffman Associates, 1994.
Summary Report: A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Distribution Line on the King Ranch, in Kleberg County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Leonard R. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Summary Report: Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Sabine River and Northern Railroad Extension Project Jasper County, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
Summary Report of a Cultural Resources Survey of Portions of two Proposed 12.45-kV Transmission Lines in Atascosa and McMullen Counties, Texas. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Archeological Investigations at the Loma Sandia Site (41lK28) A Prehistoric Cemetery and Campsite in Live Oak Country, Texas v.1 by Anna Jean Taylor. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 228. Studies in Archeology 20. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Archeological Investigations at the Loma Sandia Site (41lK28) A Prehistoric Cemetery and Campsite in Live Oak Country, Texas v.2 by Anna Jean Taylor. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 228. Studies in Archeology 20. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Archeological Investigations at the Loma Sandia Site (41lK28) A Prehistoric Cemetery and Campsite in Live Oak Country, Texas Map Packet by Anna Jean Taylor. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 228. Studies in Archeology 20. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Archaeological Survey of the CPS Butler Lignite Prospect, Bastrop and Lee Counties, Texas, by Anna J. Taylor. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 374. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 151. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 19841987.
Archaeological Survey of the CPS Butler Lignite Prospect, Bastrop and Lee Counties, Texas, by Anna J. Taylor. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 374. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 151. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 19841987.
A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of BSCU USA 27328 Well No. 1 Sabine County, Texas by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Mexia-Coolidge Transmission Line Project, Limestone County, Texas by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Trunkline Gas Company Right-of-Way, Newton County, Texas by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Phase I Archaeological Investigation El Franco Lee Park Site. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. TAP No. 1568. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resource Surveys for FM 723 Project, Rosenberg, Texas by William Taylor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1418. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1994.
Phase I Archaeological Investigations US 290 PSLs Harris County (FHWA, F2, F30). Principal Investigator: William Taylor. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1995.
Evaluation of Archaeological Material from the Little Church of La Villita Property, San Antonio, Texas by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1279. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 228. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1994.
Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, v.54. Austin: The Society at Austin, Texas, 1983.1985.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Annual Report for 1993. TAP No. 1217. Austin: Cultural Resources Program, Public Lands Division, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Annual Report for 1993. TAP No. 1217. Austin: Cultural Resources Program, Public Lands Division, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
Texas Water Development Board 1994 Annual Report to the Texas Antiquities Committee v.1. TAP No. 1351. Austin: Texas Water Development Board, 1994.
Texas Water Development Board 1994 Annual Report to the Texas Antiquities Committee v.2. TAP No. 1351. Austin: Texas Water Development Board, 1994.
An Archaeological Resources Inventory of the Red Bluff East Ford 4″ CO2 Lateral in Lea and Eddy Counties, New Mexico and Reeves County, Texas by Daniel A. Thomas. Principal Investigator: Rose Marie Havel. 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Coral Petroleum Sprint Field Exploratory Well Number 1 by Prentice M. Thomas, Jr. Report of Investigations No. 43. New World Research, Inc., 1981.
The Archeological Resources of the Brazos River Basin: A Summary Statement by Alston V. Thoms. Lubbock: Department of Anthropology, Texas Tech University, 1977.
The Valley Branch Archaeological Project: Excavations at an Archaic Site (41MU55) in the Cross Timbers Uplands, North-Central Texas edited by Alson V. Thoms, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1116. Reports of Investigations No. 15. College Station: Archaeological Research Laboratory, Texas A&M University, 1994.
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97-210/11 Texas Archeological Salvage Project, Report of Activities for the Period January 1, 1970 - August 31, 1971. Austin: The University of Texas at Austin, 1971.
La Tinaja: A Newsletter of Archaeological Ceramics, v.1, no. 1, Nacogdoches: Stephen F. Austin State University. October 1988.
La Tinaja: A Newsletter of Archaeological Ceramics, v.1, no. 1, Nacogdoches: Stephen F. Austin State University. October 1988.
La Tinaja: A Newsletter of Archaeological Ceramics, v.6, no. 2, Nacogdoches: Stephen F. Austin State University. June 1993.
La Tinaja: A Newsletter of Archaeological Ceramics, v.1, no. 2, Nacogdoches: Stephen F. Austin State University. December 1988.
Archaeological Survey of the West Fork Relief Interceptor Grand Prairie, Texas by Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 1505. Cultural Resources Report 95-7. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
The Geoarchaeology of the West Fork Relief Sewer Project by Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 1479. Cultural Resources Report 95-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Archaeological Survey of Hutton Branch Carrollton, Texas by Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 1509. Cultural Resources Report 95-2. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Texas Archeology: The Newsletter of the Texas Archeological Society (Folder containing 37 issues: ). Midland: Midland Archeological Society, April 1977 - July 19891977-89.
Archaeological Investigations at Morgan Chapel Cemetery (41 BP 200), A Historic Cemetery in Bastrop County, Texas by Anna J. Taylor. Archaeological Survey
Report, No. 146. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1986.
La Tierra: Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association, v. 22, no. 2. April 1995.
La Tierra: Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association, v. 11, no. 4. October 1984.
A Survey of New Mexican Pastores in the Texas Panhandle-Plains, 1876-1886 by A.J. Taylor. [s.l.]: Texas Historical Foundation, 1980.
Landmark Inn, State Historic Site, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. [s.l.]: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1976.
Letter Report for an Archeological Survey of Two Parcels of Land for the City of Eagle Pass, Maverick County, Texas by Abby Treece. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Expansion of the City of Denton Landfill by Abby C. Treece. Principal Investigator: Sergio A. Iruegas. TAP No. 1478. Archeological Series No. 42. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resource Monitoring and Lithic Scatter Testing Along the O.H. Ivie Pipeline, Concho, Tom Green, Sterling, Glasscock and Midland Counties, Texas by Abby C. Treece. TAP No. 1180. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources of the Rio Grande Electric Cooperative's Devils River-Dolan Falls Power Line, Val Verde County, Texas by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. Technical Report 95-1. Austin: Galvan Eling Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resource Assessment of Harris County Park 297, Senior Citizens Area, Harris County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1591. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources Reassessment of Seven Archeological Sites in The Trevino Mining Permit Area, Webb County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Report 3. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Travis County Archeological Society Field Notes, Vol. II, No. 3, July 1989.
Travis County Archeological Society Field Notes, Vol. II, No. 1, February 1989.
Cultural Resource Assessment of the Itasca Landfill, Hill County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
41VV540 A Railroad Era Industrial Site in Seminole Canyon State Historical Park, Val Verde County, Texas by Solveig A. Turpin. Principal Investigator: Ronald W. Ralph. TAP No. 189. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Phillips 66 Dredge Disposal Area, Brazoria County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Archeological Assessment of the Proposed Hazelwood Landfill Expansion, Baytown, Chambers County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Continuing Cultural Resource Management at Calvert Mine: 1993 Prehistoric Site Testing, Robertson County by Jeff Turpin. Technical Series, no. 42. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Jones Creek Terminal Expansion Tract, Brazoria County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Hill Country State Natural Area: A Survey of High Traffic and High Potential Areas, Bandera and Medina Counties, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig Turpin. TAP No. 1335. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
Archeological Survey of a 130-Acre Tract in the Calvert Mine, Robertson County, Texas by Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Series 44. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey in Targeted Areas of A Liquid Carbonic Pipeline, Port Arthur, Texas to Sulfur, Louisiana. Jefferson and Orange Counties, Texas, Cameron and Calcasieu Parishes, Louisiana by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Relocation Survey of Selected Sites in the Flood Pool, Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir, Belton County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Series 43. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1995.
Section 8: Small Area Survey in the Eastern Trans-Pecos Region, Brewster County, Texas by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1403. Austin: Galvan Eling Associates, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resource Assessment of a Proposed Union Pacific Railroad Crossing of Cedar Bayou, Harris and Chambers Counties, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
Galveston Island State Park, Warren D.C. Hall Site (41GV70) Galveston County, Texas by Solveig A. Turpin. Principal Investigator: Ron W. Ralph. TAP No. 176. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1995.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District, Freeport Harbor, Texas 45-Foot Project, Cultural Resources Assessment August-October 1979. [s.l.]: Fairfield Industries, 1979.
An Archaeological Evaluation of Three Prehistoric Sites Upper Cibolo Creek Watershed, Kendall County, South Central Texas by Fred Valdez, Jr. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 44. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1977.
Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Cinco Ranch Fort Bend and Harris Counties, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
The Cultural Resources of the Proposed San Marcos Municipal Utility District No. 1, Hays County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. 1985.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Calaveras Rail Spur Interconnect Project, Bexar County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Summary Report: A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Distribution Line on the King Ranch, in Kleberg County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Archaeological Survey and Testing of the Brownwood to Holder Transmission Line, Brown County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
Archaeological Survey of Two Distribution Lines, Blanco, Hays and Travis Counties, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 410. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
An Archaeological Assessment of Five Sites on the South Shore of Clear Lake, Galveston County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
The Archaeological Testing of 41GV16, Galveston County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Archaeological Survey of the Langham Creek Rechannelization Project and Archaeological Testing of Site 41HR530 Addicks Reservoir Harris County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
Cultural Resources Survey of Natchez Fort Bend County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Greenshire Development, Guadalupe County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
The National Register Testing of 41GV22, Galveston County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc, 1987.
Cultural Resources Survey of the New Territory Development, Ft. Bend County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 682. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
A Survey of the Cultural Resources of the Harris Ridge Development, Travis County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Summary Report: Cultural Resources Survey of H.W. Pirkey Power Plant and South Hallsville Lignite Mine Arkla Gas Pipeline Reroute, Harrison County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Block House Creek Development, Williamson County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Summary Report: An Archaeological Survey of Sections 1,2,3,4,5 and 6, at Stony Brook Development, Williamson County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Summary Report: An Archaeological Survey of Section, 2, 3, 4,5,6 and 7, The Settlement Development, Williamson County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Mouth of San Bernard River: National Register Testing of Four Sites, Brazoria County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1989.
The Archaeology of the Hills of Lakeway by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1983.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41WM451 Brushy Creek WCID No. 1, Williamson County, Texas, Phase 3 by Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
La Vista de la Frontera: Newsletter of the Center for Big Bend Studies, v. II, no. 1, Spring 1989.
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97-210/12 Relocation and Assessment of 41TV92 and 41TV232 within the Proposed Marshall Ford to Mormon Mills Transmission Line Upgrade, Travis County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
The Archaeological Testing of 41GV16, Galveston County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston, & Associates, Inc., 1985.
Archaeological Investigations in the Walnut Creek National Register District, Travis County, Texas by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 322. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Sendero Ventures Proposed Boston 290 Joint Venture Development Tract, Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Estates of Barton Creek Tract, Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Storm Properties' Proposed Highway 290 West Development Tract, Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Morningside P.U.D. Tract Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Brushy Creek WCID No. 1 Right-of-Way Williamson County, Texas Phase 2 by Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Delanna Tract Development, Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Long Tract Development Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Duwe Properties Proposed Barton Creek Watershed Westridge Development Tract Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Turtle Creek to Hunt 138-KV Transmission Line, Kerr County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. TAP No. 382. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Cultural Resources Survey of D.A. Investments Proposed Barton Creek Watershed Development Tract Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Estates Above Lost Creek Section Two, Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Boston/290 Office Park Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Southwest Parkway Plaza Tract Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church Tract Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Tank at Hawkwood Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Two Distribution Lines Fayette County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
Cultural Resources Investigations of the Proposed Senna Hills Munipal Utility District Travis County, Texas. Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1986.
Cultural Resources Investigations of Portions of the Proposed Bastrop to Elgin Waterline, Bastrop County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Melissa W. Voellinger. TAP No. 608. Archeological Resources Protection Act Permit No. 87-1. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1987.
A Summary Report of the Cultural Resources Investigation at Anderson Mill Transmission Main Phase III Canyon Creek Cross Connection (CIP Project No. 382-227-0490) Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1451. SAGE Environmental Archeology Series 12. Austin: S.A. Garza Engineers, Inc., 1994.
Summary Report a Cultural Resources Survey in the Port Bay Wetlands Aransas County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. USCE Permit Application No. 16819. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Summary Report a Cultural Resources Survey in the Port Bay Wetlands Aransas County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger. USCE Permit Application No. 16819. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1984.
Summary Report: A Cultural Resources Survey of Portions of Existing and Proposed Distribution Lines, Jim Wells and Nueces Counties, Texas. Principal Investigator: Melissa W. Voellinger. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1985.
A Summary Report of the Cultural Resources Investigations of the City of Georgetown Force Main, Sewer, and Irrigation Transmission Line to Serve Sun City-Georgetown Williamson County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Melissa W. Voellinger. TAP No. 1516. SAGE Environmental Archeology Series No. 16. Austin: S.A. Garza Engineers, Inc., 1995.
A Summary Report of the Cultural Resources Investigations at the Proposed Yett Creek Regional Detention Pond West Parmer Lane Travis County, Texas by Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1488. SAGE Environmental Archeology Series No. 15. Austin: S.A. Garza Engineers, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Investigations of the Proposed University of Texas System's Access Road Galveston County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Melissa W. Voellinger. TAP No. 673. USCE Permit Application No. 18339. Austin: Espy, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1988.
Concho Valley Electric Cooperative Survey by Hayden Whitsett. 1975.
An Archeological Reconnaissance of the Proposed Sewage Treatment Facilities at Pflugerville, Travis County (C-48-1284-01-0) by W. Hayden Whitsett. 1976.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Surface Mining Project in Maverick County, Texas by James E. Warren, Principal Investigator. Report No. 342. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed South Fork II Bridge Project Nuesces County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1208. Report No. 319. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1993.
Cultural Resources Survey of Arcadia Park South Tarrant County, Texas by Brenda B. Whorton. TAP No. 1573. Cultural Resources Report 94-14. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Historical and Literature Research and Remote Sensing Survey of Proposed Facility Development Areas Associated with the Mine Warfare Center at NAVSTA Ingleside by Gordon P. Watts Jr. Washington, North Carolina: 1995.
A Reconnaissance Survey of the Outflow Channel for Floodwater Retarding Structure 16A by James E. Warren. 1975.
Archeological Investigations at Fort Richardson State Park 1976 by William A. Westbury. Report No. 31. College Station: Anthropology Laboratory, Texas A&M University, 1976.
World Archaeology, v.17, no.2, Oxen: Routledge & Kegan Paul Plc. October 1985.
World Archaeology, v.17, no.3, Oxen: Routledge & Kegan Paul Plc. February 1986.
Oklahoma Archeology: A 1981 Perspective of the State's Archeological Resources, their Significance, their Problems and Some Proposed Solutions by Don G. Wyckoff. Archeological Resource Survey Report No. 16. Norman: Oklahoma Archeological Survey University of Oklahoma, 1983.
Pathways to Plains Prehisory: Anthropological Perspectives of Plains Natives and their Pasts edited by Don G. Wyckoff. Duncan: The Cross Timbers Press, 1982.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Roma Water and Sewer Extension Project Starr County, Texas by James E. Warren. TAP No. 904. Report No. 214. Goerge West: 1990.
A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Big Brown Lignite Project Freestone County, Texas by H.G. Wooldridge. Technical Bulletin No. 29. Austin: Texas Archeological Survey, The University of Texas at Austin, 1979.
Cultural Resources Survey of 1290 Acres at Wright Patman Lake, Bowie and Cass Counties, Texas by William David White, Jr. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 99. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Survey and Testing of the Proposed Dos Rios Wastewater Treatment Plant Site, South Bexar County, Texas by Michael C. Woerner. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 122. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1982.
A Cultural Rsources Survey of the Proposed Portland Community Park Project San Patricio County, Texas by James E. Warren, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1493. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources Survey of Euless Municipal Golf Course and Sports Complex by Brenda B. Whorton. TAP No. 1594. Cultural Resources Report 95-17. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Archaeological Investigations at the Limestone Electric Generating Station, Limestone, Freestone, Leon, and Robertson Counties, Texas. Principal Investigator: H.G. Wooldridge. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1982.
An Archeological Survey of Spanish Wood Estates Aransas County, Texas and A Report on the Area Affected by Channel Dreding and Spoil Placement by James E. Warren. Report No. 107. George West: 1984.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Corpus Christi Fire Station No. 1 Construction Project Nueces County, Texas by James E. Warren. TAP No. 805. Report No. 196. George West: 1989.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Lagarto Citizen Trash Collection Point Project Live Oak County, Texas by James E. Warren. TAP No. 882. Report No. 208. George West: 1990.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed North Laredo/Webb County Infrastructure Improvements Project Webb County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1198. Report No. 317. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1993.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed South Texas Plant Materials Center Improvement Project Kelberg County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1257. Report No. 329. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1993.
Subsurface Testing Portions of Archeological Sites 41WB362 and 41 WB363 Texas A&M International University Campus Webb County, Texas by James E. Warren. TAP No. 1444. Report No. 390. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Held/Hogan Wildlife Refuge Nueces County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1347. Report No. 350. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Water System Improvement Project for the Community of Ruidosa Presidio County, Texas by James E. Warren. Principal Investigator: William E. Moore. TAP No. 1440. Report No. 393. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resoures Survey and Monitoring of the Shell/Western E&P 3-D Seismic Survey Project on the Monahans Sandhills State Park Ward and Winkler Counties Texas by James E. Warren, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1303. Report No. 379. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Fort Clark/Brackettville Wastewater Improvement Project Kinney County Texas by James E. Warren, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1332. Report No. 352. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Duval County Prison Site Duval County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1319. Report No. 354. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1993.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Highway 359 Sanitary Landfill Type IV Conversion Project in Laredo, Webb County, Texas by James E. Warren, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1422. Report No. 383. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the South Laredo Affordable Housing Project Webb County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1368. Report No. 371. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey and Testing in the San Angelo Wastewater Improvement Project Tom Green County, Texas by James E. Warren. Report No. 231. George West: 1991.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed South Texas Plant Materials Center Improvement Project Kelberg County, Texas. Principal Investigator: James E. Warren. TAP No. 1257. Report No. 329. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1993.
Preliminary Report of Testing of Sites 41TV338 and 41TV386 in the Barton Creek Drainage Travis County, Texas by H.G. Wooldridge. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1983.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41BL260 Bell County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1987.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41CC233 Concho County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1985.
Archaeological Testing of Sites 41CJ75 and 41CJ76 Comanche County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1987.
Archaeological Testing of Sites 41CJ75 and 41CJ76 Comanche County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1987.
Archaeological Testing of Sites 41BU24 Burleson County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1985.
Test Excavations at Site 41BU49 Burleson County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1987.
Archaeological Investigations at the Ammans Crossing Site 41KE93, Kendall County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 534. Report No. 36. Austin: Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1987.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41HK28 Haskell County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1985.
Excavation of Sarah's Site 41BL240 Bell County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. 1980.
Excavation of Sarah's Site 41BL240 Bell County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. 1980.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41LR92 Lamar County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1984.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41LR92 Lamar County, Texas by Wayne C. Young. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division, 1984.
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97-210/13 1995 Plaza de Armas Archaeological Monitoring Project, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Clinton M.M. McKenzie. TAP No. 1498. San Antonio, TX: Archaeology Program, St. Mary's University, 1995.
Archaeological data recovery on the Jones Lake Site (41BO79), Brazoria County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological survey conducted for the development of a community park, Copperas Cove, Texas, by Michael W. Davis, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1469. Archeology series No.40. Hicks & Co., Inc., 1996.
Archaeological survey of a proposed construction project (FmHA, F2, F13) for the Poynor Water Supply Corporation, Henderson and Anderson Counties, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Report No. 93-11. Nacogdoches: 1993.
Archaeological survey of the proposed 130-mile Midtexas Pipeline, Gonzales, Dewitt, Lavaca, Colorado, Austin, and Waller Counties, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 95-154. Austin: SWCA, Inc., 1996.
Archeological assessment of three targeted areas: Cedar Ridge Park, Belton Reservoir, Bell County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Solveig A. Turpin: Principal Investigator. Technical Report No. 6. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1996.
Archeological investigations at a proposed expansion of the security landfill, Montgomery County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore (Principal Investigator) et al. Moore Archeological Consulting Report of Investigations No. 163. Houston, TX: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
Archeological investigations for fort stabilization and restoration, Fort McKavett State Historical Park, Menard County, Texas: 1978-1990 seasons, by Amy C. Earls. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. TAP No. 178. Report of Investigations No. 105. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Archeological investigations in the Chaparral Wildlife Management Area, 1988-1990 Dimmit and La Salle Counties, by Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 946. Cultural Report 96-1. Austin, TX: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, 1996.
Archeology and Native American religion at the Leon River Medicine Wheel, by Michael J. Quigg. Archeological Resource Management Series, Research Report No. 33. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1996.
Confederate veterans at rest: archeological and bioarcheological investigations at the Texas State cemetery, Travis County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1549. Report of Investigation No.107. Austin, TX: Prewitt and Associates, 1996.
Cultural resource assessment of Pinehill Landfill, Gregg County, Texas,.by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Report No. 5. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resource assessment of selected tracts along Philips 66 old ocean to Freeport Pipeline Corridor, Brazoria County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Report 7. Austin, TX: TAS, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resource assessment of the birch pipeline connection project, Lake Fork Reservoir, Wood County, Texas, by W. David Driver. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1588. Austin, TX: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 1996.
Cultural resources and archeological geology along the Pecan Branch Wastewater Interceptor, Williamson County, Texas, by E.A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. Austin, TX: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural resources evaluation of the Pilgrim's Pride property south of Big Cypress Creek, Camp County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 118. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Crawar tie in pipeline, Crane and Ward Counties, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey, Principal Investigator. RSA Report No. 9400919. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the West Campus Street Development and Athletic Facility Renovation/Addition phase II on the Texas A&M University campus, Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1651. Contract Report No. 40. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1996.
Cultural resources survey for the water treatment plant expansion, city of Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas, by E. A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1592. PPA Cultural Resources Survey Report Series No. 5. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of 1,342 hectares (3,317 acres) within the Red River Army Depot and Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant, Bowie, County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. BRAD/LSAAP Archeological Technical Series, Report of Investigations No. 5. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of 600 acres at Wright Patman Lake, Bowie and Cass Counties, Texas, by Duane E. Peter and Maynard B. Cliff (Principal Investigators) et al. Misc. Report of Investigations No. 108. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the Cedar Valley to Marshall Ford 138-kV transmission line rebuild project, Travis County, Texas, by Boyd Dixon, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1468. Austin, TX: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural resources survey of the Comfort to Kerrville line poles replacement project, Kendall & Kerr counties, Texas, by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. TAP No. 1595. Austin, TX: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995. Prepared for LCRA.
Data recovery excavations at sites 41FB199 and 41FB200 in Joseph S. and Lucie H. Cullinan Park, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator Report of Investigations No. 153. Houston, TX: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., cultural resources survey (Clyde Brady - Pecan Hills and Pecan Hills - Garden Valley Segments) Smith County, Texas, by James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Environmental and human adaptive change on the Nueces Bay shoreline: phase I archaeological data recovery at Koch Refining Company Middle Plant, Nueces County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. Corpus Christi: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1995.
Fort Bliss project 92-05: Intensive archeological survey of 8.5 square kilometers near the northern Franklin Mountains of Dona Ana range, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, by Mark Sale. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Misc. Report of Investigations No. 57. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Living on the river's edge. Vol. 1: Archaeological test excavations at the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, Texas, by Jeff D. Leach. Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and Raymond P. Mauldin. El Paso, TX: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1996.
Management summary: archeological inventory report, Davy Crockett National Forest, Compartment 87, by Velicia Hubbard. Lufkin, TX: National Forests and Grasslands in Texas, 1995.
Phase I: archaeological investigation: El Franco Lee Park site, by William Taylor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1568. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology Inc., 1995.
Proceedings of the workshop on historic mining resources: defining the research questions for evaluation and preservation. Vermilion, SD?: South Dakota Preservation Center, SD State Historical Society, 1987.
Report of the cultural resources investigations of the Republic/Maloy landfill area, Commerce, Hunt County, Texas. Sage Environmental archeology Series 14. Austin, TX: S.A. Garza Engineers, Inc., SAGE Environmental, 1995.
Report on archaeological investigations at the site of NorAm gas well facility, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. Los Fresnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, 1996.
Results of archeological testing at 42TV1728, Oak Hill, Texas, by Jon C. Lohse. Archeology Series No. 45. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
Review of Poynor Water Supply Corporation construction project (FMHA, F2, F13), Henderson and Anderson Counties, Texas, by James E. Corbin. 1996.
Stinson Municipal Airport project, by Herbert G. Uecker. Principal Investigator: Thomas H. Guderjan. TAP No. 1561. San Antonio: St. Mary's University Archaeology Program, 1996.
Test excavation at Sites 41FB199, 41FB200 and 41FB202 in Cullinan Park, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1146. Houston, TS: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
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97-210/14 A cultural resource investigation along a proposed expansion of Hughes Road in Galveston County, Texas, by William E. Moore and James Thomas Dureka. Principal Investigator: William E. Moore. TAP No. 1643. Report of Investigations 169. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
A cultural resources survey of the proposed northwest community park, the City of Midland, Midland County, Texas, by Donald Allen Dorward, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1499. Archaeological Report Number 20. Dallas: Archaeology & Preservation, 1995.
A cultural resources survey of the Schumansville transmission line project, Comal and Guadalupe Counties, Texas, by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. TAP No. 1596. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 36′ Rio Vista Sewer Main, San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1586. Report No. 433. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
A report on the cultural resources survey of the proposed Edinburg Municipal Park, Hidalgo County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch and James E. Warren. Principal Investigator: Samuel D. McCulloch. TAP No. 1550. Report No. 427. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed 28.5 Mile Long Transmission Line for the Texas Windpower Project, Culberson County, Texas, by Boyd Dixon, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1496. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
An archaeological and environmental evaluation of three proposed water improvement projects in Horizon City, El Paso County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Larry Semo, and Brett Houk. TAP No. 1650. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 96-55. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1996.
An archaeological survey of 592 acres at Sam Rayburn Reservoir, Angelina, Nacogdoches, Sabine and San Augustine Counties, Texas, by Peter Nichols. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
An archeological and historical survey for the development of Hanna Springs Park, Lampasas, Texas, by Michael W. Davis and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Michael W. Davis. TAP No. 1454. Archeological Series No. 38. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
An archeological survey of the proposed site of the new Lubbock landfill, Lubbock County, Texas, by Michael W. Davis and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Michael W. Davis. TAP No. 1371. Archeological Series No. 34. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1994.
Archaeological investigations in the Elm Creek (1250) watershed, Runnels County, Texas: Sites 41RN61, 41RN64, 41RN65, 41RN72, 41RN74, 41RN76, by Calvin B. Sanders. Principal Investigator: David L. Carlson. Reports of Investigations No. 4. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1996.
Archaeological survey and cultural resource assessment of Mission Tejas State Historical Park, Houston County, Texas, by Elizabeth Cargill Erickson and James E. Corbin. Principal Investigator: James E. Corbin. TAP No. 1273. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1996.
Archeological investigations at Huntsville Fish Hatchery, Walker County, Texas, by Michael W. Davis, Jan Guy, and Marybeth S.F. Tomka. TAP No. 855. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1994.
Archeological Survey of a 320-acre tract in Inks Lake State Park, Burnet County, Texas, by Douglas Drake, Dan K. Utley, and Carole A. Medlar. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1644. Report 96-2. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1996.
Archeological survey along Timber Creek in Denton County, northcentral Texas, by Stephen M. Carpenter. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Letter Report 2. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Class III cultural resources inventory and biological survey of 4 wellpads and access road routes, Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Derek Green, and Edward Baxter. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Confederate veterans at rest: Archeological and bioarcheological investigations at the Texas State Cemetery, Travis County, Texas, by Helen Danzeiser Dockall, Douglas K. Boyd, and Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 1549. Reports of Investigations, Number 107. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resource inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Sand Hills plant #193 CG 25 suction line, Crane County, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey and Roger J. Burkhalter. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Bluitt Station #250 crosstimbers pipeline, Terry County Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey and Roger J. Burkhalter. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Gaylord "55" #1/Wolfcamp tie in pipeline, Upton County, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey and Roger J. Burkhalter. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural resources investigations at the Travis County Correctional Center, Travis County, Texas, by David G. Robinson and S. Christopher Caran. Principal Investigator: David G. Robinson. TAP No. 1476. Cultural Resource Report 1. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Cultural resources survey of 460 acres at B.A. Steinhagen Lake, Tyler County, Texas, by Laura Leach-Palm and B.F. Rader. Principal Investigator: Laura Leach-Palm. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, 1996.
Cultural resources survey of a 15-acre plot for Round Rock Independent School District, Williamson County, Texas, by Laura Leach-Palm, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1521. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of a 33-acre plot for Round Rock Independent School District, Williamson County, Texas, by B.F. Rader and Laura Leach-Palm. Principal Investigator: Laura Leach-Palm. TAP No. 1521. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1996.
Eisenhower Birthplace State Historical Park Management Plan, by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 1993.
Excavation in a historic cemetery: Milam Park renovation Phase II, by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1338. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 227. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1995.
Excavation of the San Pedro Acequia on the grounds of the San Antonio Housing Authority, by David L. Nickels, I. Waynne Cox, and Connie Gibson. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1429. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 243. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1996.
Excavations in Area C of the Unionville Site (41CS151), White Oak Creek Mitigation Area (WOCMA), Cass County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff, Melissa M. Green, and Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigators: Duane E. Peter and Maynard B. Cliff. White Oak Creek Mitigation Area Archeological Technical Series, Report of Investigations, Number 4. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Final Report, cultural resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Gomez replacement pipeline, Pecos and Crane Counties, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey and Roger J. Burkhalter. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Final Report, cultural resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Worsham gathering system corridor, Reeves and Ward Counties, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey and J.K. Finney. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Fort McKavett: Archeological investigations for fort stabilization and restoration, Fort McKavett State Historical Park, Menard County, Texas: 1978-1990 Seasons, by Amy C. Earls and John Leffler. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt, Amy C. Earls, and Art Black. TAP No. 178. Reports of Investigations, Number 105. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Friendship: an African-American community on the prairie margin of northeast Texas, by Melissa M. Green, Duane E. Peter, and Donna K. Shapard. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, Number 81. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Home hereafter: An archaeological Analysis of an historic African-American cemetery (41GV125), by Helen Danzeiser Dockall, Joseph F. Powell, and D. Gentry Steele. Principal Investigator: D. Gentry Steele. Reports of Investigations No. 5. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1996.
Mother Neff State Park: Prehistory, parks, and politics, Coryell County, Texas, by Dan K. Utley, Stephen M. Carpenter, and S. Chris Caran. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1387. Report 96-4. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1996.
Nineteenth-century transfer-printed ceramics from the townsite of Old Velasco (41BO125), Brazoria County, Texas: An illustrated catalogue, by Sandra D. Pollan, W. Sue Gross, and Amy C. Earls. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Playa Archaeology, Archaeological Investigations at Reese Air Force Base and Terry County Auxiliary Airfield, Lubbock and Terry Counties, by Eileen Johnson, ed. Lubbock Lake Landmark Quaternary Research Center Series Number 9. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1995.
Results of the initial archeological survey for the Chacon Creek sewer interceptor, Webb County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1611. Letter Report No. 412. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1996.
Standards for the survey of historic mining and milling sites. Vermillion, South Dakota: State Historical Preservation Center, 1985.
Testing and data recovery at the townsite of Old Velasco (41BO125), Brazoria County, Texas, by Amy C. Earls, Terri L. Myers, and Brian S. Shaffer. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations, Number 94. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Testing of 41BT60, a granite midden in Inks Lake State Park, Burnet County, Texas, by Douglas Drake. Principal Investigator: Art Black. TAP No. 754. Report 96-3. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1996.
The Chihuahua Creek survey: A cultural resources survey of the Fort Davis sewer and flood control project, by John Cross, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1575. Macaw Survey Report No. 1. Austin: Macaw Consulting and Research, 1996.
The Severo Garza project: Survey results and recommendations for two borrow pits and access roads, Hudspeth County, Texas, by Timothy B. Graves and John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1426. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1994.
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97-210/15 41VV540: A railroad era industrial site in Seminole Canyon State Historical Park, Val Verde County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin. Principal Investigator: Ronald W. Ralph. TAP No. 189. Cultural Resource Program Report 95-1. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1995.
1995 Annual Report. TAP No. 1495. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Public Lands Division, Cultural Resources Program, 1995.
A cultural resource survey for the proposed Anthony I-10 frontage road improvement project in Dona ana County, New Mexico and El Paso County, Texas, by Michael P. Marshall. Cibola Research Report No. 146. ?: Cibola Research Consultants, 1996.
A summary report of the cultural resources investigation at Anderson Mill transmission main phase III Canyon Creek cross connection (CIP Project No. 382-227-0490) Travis County, Texas, by Melissa W. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1451. Archeology Series 12. Austin: S.A. Garza Engineers, Inc., 1994.
An archaeological survey of approximately 220 miles of right-of-way for the test support network fiber optics cable backbone on White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, by Mark Sale and Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations Number 86. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc. 1995.
An archeological survey of a proposed city of Baytown 21.2-acre Goose Creek Greenbelt, Phase II, Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore and Thomas Dureka. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1474. Report of Investigation, No. 127. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
An inventory of cultural resources within the Texas Park System: November 1976 through October 1981, by Ronald W. Ralph. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1996.
Archaeological survey for the Prairie Creek interceptor, by Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 1706. Cultural Resources Report 96-14. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Archaic land use of upper Leon Creek terraces: archaeological testing in northern Bexar County, Texas, by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological survey Report, No. 234. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1996.
Archeological survey and monitoring for a JTF-6 action in areas near Sanderson, Alpine, Marfa, and Van Horn, Texas, by Mark Sale and Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations Number 79. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc. 1995.
Archeological survey of 27 square kilometers in maneuver areas 2 and 8, Fort Bliss, Texas, by Stephen K. Mbutu and Duane E. Peter. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations Number 43. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc. 1996.
Archeological survey of two segments of the proposed FM3083 extension, Montgomery County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1678. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1996.
Archeological test excavations at two prehistoric sites (41DT59 and 41DT247) at Cooper Lake, Delta County, Texas, 1994, by Maynard B. Cliff, Melissa M. Green, and Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigators: Duane E. Peter and Maynard B. Cliff. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations Number 90. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc. 1995.
Archeology and native american religion at the Leon River medicine wheel, by Michael J. Quigg, Charles D. Frederick, and Dorothy Lippert. Principal Investigator: Jack M. Jackson. United States Army Fort Hood Archeological Resource Management Series Research Report No. 33. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1996.
Comprehensive historic preservation plan for the Houston-Galveston navigation channels, Chambers, Galveston, and Harris Counties, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler, Martha D. Freeman, and Lawrence E. Aten. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Ross C. Fields. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources evaluation Northwest Highway widening Grapevine, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1436. Cultural Resources Report 94-6. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1994.
Cultural resources evaluation of site 41COL79 Stonebridge Ranch, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and Lance K. Trask. Cultural Resources Report 96-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Cultural resources evaluation of the Dallas North Tollway extension Collin County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1679. Cultural Resources Report 96-11. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Cultural resources evaluation of the Graves Farm Stonebridge Ranch, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. Cultrual Resources Report 96-10. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Cultural resources survey of 1,342 hectares (3,317 acres) within the Red River Army Depot and Lone Star Army ammunition Plant, Bowie County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff, Steven M. Hunt, and Melissa M. Green. Principal Investigators: Duane E. Peter and Maynard B. Cliff. RRAD/LSAAP Archeological Technical Series Report of Investigations Number 5. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of 5,000 acres within the White Oak Creek Mitigation Area (WOCMA), Bowie, Morris, and Titus Counties, Texas: 1993-1994, by Maynard B. Cliff, William David White, and Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigators: Duane E. Peter and Maynard B. Cliff. White Oak Creek Mitigation Area Archeological Technical Series Report of Investigations Number 5. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the Mill Creek project, Navarro County, Texas, by Calvin B. Sanders. CRM Report 96-1. ?: United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service, 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the proposed Boulder Park Flood Control Dam Site, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1685. Cultural Resources Report 96-13. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Excavations at the mid-nineteenth-century Warren Farmstead (41FT392), Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake, Ross C. Fields, and Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations, Number 109. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Fort Bliss Project 92-05: Intensive archeological survey of 8.5 square kilometers near the northern Franklin Mountains on Dona Ana Range, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, by Mark Sale and Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations Number 57. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc. 1995.
NRHP significance testing of 57 prehistoric archeological sites on Fort Hood, Texas, Volume I and II, by James T. Abbott and W. Nicholas Trierweiler. Principal Investigator: Jack M. Jackson. United States Army Fort Hood Archeological Resource Management Series Research Report No. 34. Austin: Mariah Associates, Inc., 1995.
Upland sites in the middle Nueces zone: Testing in the San Miguel Mine, Atascosa County, Texas, by David G. Robinson.Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Archeological Report 1. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
West of the Pecos: An archeological reconnaissance on University Lands, Terrell County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1414. Cultural Resource Report 2. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
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97-210/16 A cultural resources reconnaissance with archival, historical, and title research of the Weatherby Private Housing Development in Williamson County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin and William J. Weaver. Principal Investigator: Molly Godwin. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report Number 1. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning and Consulting, 1996.
A cultural resources survey of the Townsend Boulevard West right-of-way, Harris County, Texas, by Victor J. Galan. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. TAP No. 1711. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
A report on the cultural resources survey of a proposed pump station, pipeline, and dispersal area, Allison Wastewater Treatment Plant, Nueces and San Patricio Counties, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Permit No. 20438, Report No. 418. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological inventory, shovel test excavations, and geomorphological overview of the proposed Navajo Refining Company 12-inch products pipeline, New Mexico and Texas, by Amy B. Herder. Principal Investigator: Christian J. Zier. TAP Nos. 1584 and 1603. Albuquerque: Centennial Archaeology, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological investigations along the proposed D.B. Wood road alignment, Williamson County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller and Chris Howell. TAP No. 1692. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 96-56. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1996.
Archaeological investigations of the South Oak Cliff Line and DART cultural resources management, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1443, replaces Permit No. 625. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Archaic lifeways in the northern part of the west Gulf Coast plain: Results of excavations at site 41BW422, Bowie County, Texas, by Gordon C. Tucker, Jr. Principal Investigator: Marcia J. Tate. TAP No. 1190. Aurora, CO: Powers Elevation Co., Inc., 1995.
Archeological construction monitoring at the Pillot Building, Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 842. Report of Investigations No. 39. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
Archeological reconnaissance on Big Bend Ranch State Park Presidio and Brewster Counties, Texas, 1988-1994, by J. David Ing, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 824 and 835. Alpine: Center for Big Bend Studies Sul Ross State Univeristy, 1996.
Archeological test excavations for the accessibility ramp additon to the French Legation Museum, in Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1047. Lone Star Archeological Services, 1993.
Archeological testing at the Battleship Texas berth enlargement San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park, by J. David Ing, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 719. Fort Davis: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Wildlife Division, Cultural Resources Program, 1996.
Archeological testing of a proposed wastewater treatment pipeline easement for the city of Hallsville Harrison County, Texas, by Laura Leach-Palm, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1626. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, 1996.
Ceramic vessels from the Pleasure Point Site (41MR63), Marion County, Texas, by Eloise F. Gadus and Ross C. Fields. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports, Number 22. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Construction monitoring at the City of Houston Sesquicentennial Park Stage I, Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 590. Report of Investigations No. 25. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
Cultural resource survey of the Rosita Mine extension, Duval County, Texas, by Michael W. Davis. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Series 20. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991.
Cultural resources assessment for the Salt Creek flood protection feasibility study, Young County, Texas, by Julie W. Strong. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations No. 106. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources investigation of the Henry tract, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch and Melissa W. Voellinger. Principal Investigator: Melissa W. Voellinger. TAP No. 1420. SAGE Environmental Archeology Series 10. Austin: S.A. Garza Engineers, Inc., 1996.
Divides and draws: the cultural resources of Kickapoo Cavern State Natural Area Kinney and Edwards Counties, Texas, by Stephen M. Carpenter. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1610. Research Report 96-5. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Cultural Resources Program, 1996.
Dust on the water: The cultural resources of Daingerfield State Park Morris County, Texas, by Stephen M. Carpenter. Principal Investigator: Solveig Turpin. TAP No. 1396. Report 96-6. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Cultural Resources Program, 1996.
Historic properties survey of alternatives 6 and 19, Cypress Creek flood control project, Harris County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1621. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 133. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Intensive cultural resource survey in the Metate Creek uplands of the San Miguel Mine, Atascosa County, south Texas, by David G. Robinson and Kay Hindes. Archeological Report 2. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, The University of Texas at Austin, 1996.
Intensive cultural resources survey, Bell-Milam-Falls proposed pipeline, Bell, Milam, Falls and Williamson Counties, Texas, by Laura Leach-Palm and Bert F. Rader. Principal Investigator: Laura Leach-Palm. TAP No. 1659. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, 1996.
Midtexas Pipeline Company Phase II assessment program at Ploeger (41GZ203), Gonzales County, Texas, by Timothy C. Klinger, Don R. Dickson, and James W. Smith. Principal Investigator: Timothy C. Klinger. Historic Preservation Associates Reports 96-12. Fayetteville: Historic Preservation Associates, 1996.
Phase I archaeological investigation, by Diane Dismukes. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. TAP No. 1713. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1996.
Phase I cultural resources reconnaissance investigations of Two French, Ltd. wetlands replacement project sites, Harris County, Texas, by Carol S. Weed and Orloff G. Miller, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 1374. Cincinnati: Gray & Pape Inc., 1994.
Results of an archaeological survey of a 2,500-ft section of Bessie Heights Gully, Orange County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Galveston Permit No. 20581. SWCA, Inc, Environmental Consultants, 1996.
Salvage of prehistoric skeletal remains from 41ZP7, the Beacon Harbor Lodge Site, Zapata County, Texas, by Diane E. Wilson and Thomas R. Hester. Technical Series 45. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1996.
Significance standards for prehistoric archeological sites at Fort Bliss: A design for further research and management of cultural resources, by James T. Abbott, Raymond Mauldin, and Patience E. Patterson. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1996.
The SLI engineering project survey results and recommendations, by John D. Seebach. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1581. El Paso: Archaeological Research Inc., 1996.
The Texas Capitol extension archaeological project, by J.E. Thomas and J.M. Adovasio. TAP Nos. 833 and 911. Erie, PA: Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst College, 1996.
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97-210/17 Archaeological investigations at the Chesser Site (41LE59), at the Sandow Lignite Mine, Lee County, Texas, by Robert Rogers and Steve Kotter. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
The results of an archaeological survey of a 2400′ long by 60′ EPNG Field Services Pipeline ROW on the Oasis Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, by Deborah Martin. El Paso: El Paso Natural Gas Field Services, 1995.
An archeological & historical survey of the proposed Lavaca-Navidad River Authority water supply system expansion: New facilities to service Formosa Plastics Corporation, Jackson & Calhoun Counties, Texas, byAlton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 876. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1990.
The results of an archaeological survey of a second proposed route for a 2400′ long by 60′ wide EPNG Field Services Pipeline ROW on the Oasis Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, by Deborah Martin. El Paso: El Paso Natural Gas Field Services, 1995.
Dorward 3-D seismic survey project: Archeological survey and protection of cultural resources at Lake Alan Henry, Garza County, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 1599. Letter report No. 409. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1995.
An archeological & historical survey of the proposed Comanche trail & Bullick Hollow road projects, Travis County, Texas, by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 839. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1990.
Archeological survey of a proposed wastewater line in the city of Marlin, Falls County, Texas, by Jon C. Lohse and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Jon C. Lohse. TAP No. 1613. Archeology Series No. 49. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1995.
A cultural resources assessment of the proposed Marriott Courtyard Hotel in Waco, McLennan County, Texas, by Martha Doty Freeman and Steve A. Tomka. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Letter Report No. 408. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural resource investigations in the Tessman Road Landfill expansion, Bexar County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin and Dan K. Utley. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Report 4. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1995.
A cultural resources survey of the proposed Atascocita Prison in Harris County, Texas, by J. Brett Cruse and Maria Cruse. Principal Investigator: J. Brett Cruse. TAP No. 1348. Houston: EMANCO Inc., 1996.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Annual Report for 1994, by Cynthia Brandimarte. TAP No. 1407. Austin: Cultural Resources Program, Public Lands Division, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1995.
Cultural resources survey of the proposed South Texarkana City Park, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1618. Cultural Resources Report 95-20. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
The Kevin Davis Cache (41NV659) and Clovis blade technology in the south central United States, by Michael B. Collins, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 767. ?, 1996.
Exhumation of a hero, Colonel Ben Milam, Milam Park renovation, Phase I, by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Jack D. Eaton and Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1177. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 223. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1995.
National Register assessment of 41LN85 at the Jewett Mine, Leon County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake, Martha Doty Freeman and Ross C. Fields. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 411. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
An archaeological assessment of 5.0 acres for the Eagle Pass Hospital District, Maverick County, Texas, by Jeffrey J. Durst. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1558. Letter Report, No. 111. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1995.
Cultural resources survey of Big Fossil Creek Greenbelt, Haltom City, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and Brenda B. Whorton. Cultural Resources Report 95-19. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1995.
Intensive cultural resource survey and monitoring at the LCRA Camp Swift Regional Wastewater Project, Bastrop County, Texas, by Bruce A. Nightengale and Henry B. Moncure. Principal Investigator: Bruce A. Nightengale. TAP No. 917. Cultural Resources Report No. 3. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Environmental Protection Division, 1996.
The Deshazo Site, Nacogdoches County, Texas, Volume 2 Artifacts of Native Manufacture, edited by Dee Ann Story. TAP No. 87 and 114. Studies in Archeology 21. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Past cultures and climates at Jonas Terrace, 41ME29, Medina County, Texas, by LeRoy Johnson. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 425. Office of the State Archeologist Report 40. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation and Texas Historical Commission, 1995.
Cultural Resources survey of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Beaumont Facility, Jefferson County, Texas, by B.F. Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1394. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources survey of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Bonham Facility, Fannin County, Texas, by B.F. Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1398. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
Archeological survey and testing in Bastrop State Park, Bastrop County, Texas, by Carole Medlar. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1275 and 1557. Report 95-3. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resource Program, 1995.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the proposed area DX permit boundary, Jewett Mine Project, Freestone and Leon Counties, Texas, by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, 1995.
Archaeological and cultural resource assessment of the proposed I.O.O.F. Park in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1601. Archaeological Survey Report No. 95-29. Nacogdoches: 1995.
Intensive archaeological survey investigations at the Eisenhower Birthplace State Historical Park, Grayson County, Texas: Auger probes (41GS118, 41GS119, 41GS120, 41GS121) & testing of 41GS119 (north half) by Sue E. Linder-Linsley. Principal Investigator: Fred Wendorf. TAP No. 1267. Dallas: LL Consultants, 1995.
A Cultural Resources survey of the proposed Utopia Sewer System Project Presidio County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1524. Report No. 421. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources survey of the proposed Colonia Pueblo Nuevo Water Development Project Presidio County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1527. Report No. 424. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
A Class III cultural resources survey of the Parker Point #3 and McGee Bend #2 well locations, and ancillary pipelines/access roads, Angelina County, Texas, by Rick Taylor. Principal Investigator: Clell Bond. BLM Cultural Resource Use Permit #96-2920-94-F. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Significance testing of archeological site 41WB383, The South Laredo affordable housing project: Webb County, Texas, by William E. Moore and James E. Warren. Principal Investigator: William E. Moore. TAP No. 1525. Report No. 392. George West, Texas: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
Archeological & historical survey of the proposed Lake Georgetown raw water pipeline, Williamson County, Texas, by Alton K. Briggs, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1463. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, 1995.
Excavations at the mid-nineteenth-century Warren Farmstead (41FT392), Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of investigations, No. 109. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Archeological survey of 1993-1994 timber harvesting areas, Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Harrison County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations, No. 71. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1995.
Archeology along the Wurzbach Parkway Module 1: Introduction, conceptual framework, and contexts of archeological investigations in Bexar County, South-Central Texas, by Daniel R. Potter. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1240. Studies in Archeology No. 17. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Archeology along the Wurzbach Parkway Module 2: Initial testing and evaluation of five prehistoric sites in the Upper Salado Watershed, Bexar County, Texas, by Daniel R. Potter. Principal Investigator: Stephen L. Black. TAP No. 1240. Studies in Archeology No. 18. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995.
Continuing archeology at Colha, Belize, by Thomas R. Hester (ed.). Studies in Archeology 16. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1994.
Archeological survey of Fort Parker State Park, Limestone County, Texas, by Margaret Howard Hines (ed.), Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1461. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Public Lands Division Cultural Resources Program, 1996.
Cultural resources assessment at Westlake High School Travis County, Texas, by Laura Leach-Palm, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1579. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1995.
30″ TPL 129 Crossing - historic properties review of a proposed 30″ replacement natural gas pipeline for Koch Gateway Pipeline Company located north of Houston and west of Conroe across the West Fork of the San Jacinto River within the Gulf Coastal Plain of Montgomery County, Texas, by Timothy C. Klinger. Report 96-04. Fayetteville: Historic Preservation Associates, 1996.
Testing and data recovery at the townsite of Old Velasco (41BO125), Brazoria County, Texas, by Amy C. Earls. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations, No. 94. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1996.
Phase I Archaeological investigation, Burnett Bayland County Home Harris County, Texas, by William Taylor: Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1663. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of portions of the Westside Recycling and Disposal Facility, Tarrant County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 134. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the proposed East Arlington Neighborhood Park, City of Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1645. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 129. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Archeological survey of F.M. 1845 sewer outfall Southwest Longview, Gregg County, Texas, by Laura Leach-Palm, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1624. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1996.
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97-205/1 Cultural Resources survey of the Nichols Green Park, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1660. Cultural Resources Report 96-7. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Archaeological investigations at The Purple Duck Overlook Site Harrison County, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations 3-96. Los Fresnos: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1996.
Texas Water Development Board 1995 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission Volume I, by W. Hayden Whitsett. TAP No. 1513. Texas Water Development Board, 1995.
Texas Water Development Board 1995 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission Volume II, by W. Hayden Whitsett. TAP No. 1513. Texas Water Development Board, 1995.
Archaeological investigations at 41AT118, Atascosa County, Texas, by Ben W. Olive, David D. Kuehn, and John E. Dockall. Principal Investigator: David D. Kuehn. Letter Report No. 5. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1996.
Cultural Resource survey of area F of the Jewitt Mine Freestone County, Texas, by Jay Peck. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural Resources survey of the proposed Tri-City Park, City of Arlington Tarrant County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Kellie A. Krapf. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1676. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 136. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural Resources survey of the proposed Kelly Elliott Road Park, City of Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Duane E. Peter. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 1617. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 123. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological testing and monitoring of wastewater line replacement-City of Olmos Park, by W. David Driver and Thomas H. Guderjan. Principal Investigator: Thomas H. Guderjan. TAP No. 1598. San Antonio: Guderjan and Associates, 1996.
A Cultural Resources survey of the Veramendi Drainage Improvement Project, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk and Paul Lehman. Principal Investigator: Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 1655. Macaw Survey Report No. 2. Austin: Macaw Consulting and Research, 1996.
Archaeological survey in Tenison Memorial Park, by S. Alan Skinner, Lance K. Trask, and Brenda B. Whorton. TAP No. 1437. Cultural Resources Report 96-5. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Cultural Resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company Sand Hills Plant PSL Gathering System Corridor, Crane County, Texas, by J.K. Finney and Stanley D. Bussey. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. RSA Report No. 9400916. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Report on the Archaeological survey of the proposed Folk #2 gas well project, for Apache Corporation, located on State of Texas lands in Fairfield State Park, Freestone County, Texas, by Christopher Cojeen and James Briscoe. Principal Investigator: Christopher Cojeen. TAP No. 1656. Norman: Cojeen Archaeological Services, 1996.
A Cultural Resources survey of the McNeil-Bastrop 138-KV transmission line rebuild project Bastrop and Travis Counties, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Richard F. Taylor, and Elizabeth A. Skokan. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 1487. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
A Cultural Resources survey of the Bastrop -SIM Gideon138-KV transmission line rebuild project Bastrop County, Texas, by Robert Rogers. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 1487. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources survey of 2.8 miles of proposed pipeline within the L.B.J. National Grassland and adjoining areas, Wise County, Texas, by Debra L. Beene. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 127. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological testing of site 41TT672 and geomorphological exploration of Tankersley and Dragoo Creek drainages, Titus County, Texas, by Boyd Dixon. TAP No. 1500. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1995.
Cultural Resources evaluation of the Valley View City Park, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1648. Cultural Resources Report 96-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
Cultural Resources survey of the proposed Alden Bridge Sports Park and adjacent area The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas, by Bert Rader. TAP No. 1446. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1996.
Archeological survey of the proposed Parmer Lane water transmission main pipeline in Northeast Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Jon C. Lohse and Lynne Tovar. Principal Investigator: Jon C. Lohse. TAP No. 1658. Archeological Series No. 52. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1996.
Data recovery on site 41CH274 for the channel to Liberty project, Chambers County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural Resources inventory of the Warren Petroleum Company grayburg 6-inch upgrade pipeline Crane County, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey and Roger J. Burkhalter. Principal Investigator: Stanley D. Bussey. RSA Report No. 9400921. Norman: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1996.
An Archeological survey of the proposed San Jacinto River Authority water wells 15 and 16 Montgomery County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1671. Report of Investigations 172. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
A report on the cultural resources survey of the proposed Deerfield Recreational Complex, Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch and James E. Warren. Principal Investigator: Samuel D. McCulloch. TAP No. 1607. Report No. 436. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1996.
A report on the cultural resources survey and monitoring of the proposed sewer project in Redford, Presidio County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch and James E. Warren. Principal Investigator: Samuel D. McCulloch. TAP No. 1571. Report No. 432. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1996.
The Lion Creek Site (41BT105): Aboriginal houses and other remains at a prehistoric Rancheria in the Texas Hill Country (Burnet County), by LeRoy Johnson. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 134. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation and Texas Historical Commission, 1997.
Archeological testing at Pflugerville Bottling works, Travis County, Texas, by John W. Clark, Jr. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 1996.
Archeological reconnaissance of public school lands within the Love Ranch, Brewster County, Texas, by Bob D. Skiles, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1552. Archeological Survey Report No. 95-0001. Austin: Texas General Land Office, 1997.
Phase I archaeological investigation: Cypresswood Golf Club expansion project, by Diane Dismukes. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. TAP No. 1714. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological survey of the proposed expansion to the Lubbock County Youth Center, Lubbock Texas, by J. Kent Hicks, Luc Litwinionek, and Eileen Johnson. Principal Investigator: Eileen Johnson. TAP No. 1775. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1997.
Phase I archaeological investigation of the proposed outlease at the Federal Center San Antonio, Texas, by Patience Elizabeth Patterson. Fort Worth: U.S. Army Corps of engineers, 1997.
Final Report of research and excavation at the Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark, Lake Jackson, Texas, 41BO172, between 1991 and 1996, under Antiquities Permit 1072, by Joan Few, Karen Elliott Fustes, and W. Sue Gross. Principal Investigator: Joan Few. TAP No. 1072. Austin: Texas Historical Commission, 1996.
El Paso County Lower Valley Water District Authority Phase II water supply and wasewater project archaeological testing, by David O. Brown, Timothy B. Graves, and John A. Peterson. Co-Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1452. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological survey and testing of Public Service Board - El Paso Water Utilities property located within Section 21, Block 80, Township 1, by Timothy B. Graves, and John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1751. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1997.
Archaeological survey for the Mesa Hills interceptor northwest El Paso, Texas, by Tim B. Graves, and John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1758. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1997.
The Canutillo - El Paso Upper Valley water transmission facilities project: Survey results and recommendations, by Tim B. Graves, Stephen F. Schlett and John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1583. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1997.
Archaeological survey of the Kennedy Brothers Housing Project, El Paso Housing Authority, El Paso, Texas, by John A. Peterson, Timothy B. Graves, and Mytyl Salazar. TAP No. 1783. ARC Archaeological Technical Report No. 13. El Paso: Anthropology Research Center, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Texas at El Paso, 1997.
A cultural resources survey of the Sim Gideon-Smithville 138-KV transmission line rebuild project, Bastrop County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1638. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Addendum: A cultural resources survey of the Sim Gideon-Smithville 138-KV transmission line rebuild project, Bastrop County, Texas, by Victor Galan. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 1638. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
An archaeological clearance survey of a proposed access road R.O.W. on Texas GLO land in northeast El Paso County, Texas, by Barbara E. Kauffman, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1609. Cultural Resources Report No. 227. ?: Batcho & Kauffman Associates, 1995.
An archaeological survey of the proposed City of Liberty levee project in Liberty County, Texas, by William E. Moore and Saul Aronow. Principal Investigator: William E. Moore. TAP No. 1563. Contract Report Number 38. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1995.
An archaeological survey of the proposed Galloway-Hammond recreational facility, Burnet County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, William E. Moore and Floyd D. Kent. Principal Investigator: William E. Moore. TAP No. 1647. Report of Investigations 11. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, 1996.
An archaeological survey of the Stratford-Hickory Road connection in Bell County, Texas, by William E. Moore and Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: William E. Moore. TAP No. 1716. Contract Report Number 43. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1996.
An archaeological survey of the water reuse pipeline right-of-way, City of Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring and Johnny A. Byers. TAP No. 1620. Denton, TX: Geoarch Consultants, 1996.
An empirical analysis of elements of prehistoric site location and formation in Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 149. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
Archaelogical survey of Public Service Board - El Paso Water Utilities property located within portion of tract 16, block 55, Ysleta grant, El Paso County, Texas, by Tim B. Graves and John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1750. El Paso: Public Service Board, El Paso Water Utilities, 1996.
Archaeological excavations at four sites at the Los Tomates/Matamoros International Bridge III, Cameron County, Texas, by Robert Rogers and Maria E. Cruse. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. TAP No. 1639. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
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97-205/2 Archaeological inventory, test excavations, construction monitoring, and geomorphological overview of the D.S.E. El Paso pipeline, Texas and New Mexico, edited by Christian J. Zier, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 1425 and 1580. Fort Collins, CO: Centennial Archaeology, Inc., 1996.
Archaeological investigations at Mission Dolores de los Ais (41SA25), San Augustine County, Texas, by Shawn Bonath Carlson and Kendra L. Quinn. Principal Investigator: Shawn Bonath Carlson. TAP No. 1602. Technical Report No. 1. College Station: Historic Sites Research, 1995-96,1996.
Archaeological survey of the northeast corridor, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail System, Dallas County, Texas, by Melissa M. Green and Frances M. James. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 1697. Misc. Report of Investigations No.137. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Archeological survey of proposed roadway, sewer and water improvements within the Killeen Business Park, Bell County, Texas, by Lynne C. Tovar, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1719. Archeology Series 55. austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1996.
Canyon of the Eagles: an intensive cultural resources survey along the Colorado River at Lake Buchanan, Burnet County, Texas, by Steven Kotter, Dan K. Utley, and Bruce A. Nightengale. Principal Investigator: Bruce A. Nightengale. TAP No. 1662. Cultural Resources Report No. 7. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Environmental Protection Services, 1996.
Cultural resource assessments in the Alta Mesa Mine, Brooks County, Texas, by Michael W. Davis and Leland C. Bement. Technical Series 22. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991.
Cultural resource survey for the MSW landfill expansion, City of Mount Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, by Maria E. Cruse and Russell K. Brownlow. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. TAP No. 1680. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources investigations at the Los Tomates/Matamoros International Bridge III and ancillary facilities, Cameron County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1582. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the Leander Rehabilitation Center, Williamson County, Texas, by Diane E. Williams, Martha Doty Freeman, and Marie E. Blake. Co-Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Karl W. Kibler. TAP No. 1725. Reports of Investigations, Number 113. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Cultural resources survey of the NE 1/4, section 28, Texas & Pacific Railway Company block 79, El Paso County, Texas, by Bob D. Skiles, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1441. Archeological Survey Report No. 94-0001. Austin: General Land Office, 1996.
Early Archaic use of the Concho River terraces: Cultural resource investigation at 41TG307 and 41TG309, Tom Green County, San Angelo, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg, Jay Peck, and Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 1325. Technical Report No. 11058. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1996.
National Register testing in the Lynchburg Townsite, Harris County, Texas, Lynchburg Pump Station feasibility study, by Steven D. Hoyt and James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Steven D. Hoyt. TAP No. 1553. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Report of Investigations, Old Settlers Cemetery, U.S. 277 near Carrizo Springs, Dimmitt County, Texas, by Jerry Henderson. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 1996.
Results of test excavations at 41HZ511, Faskin Ranch, Hudspeth County, Texas, by Deborah Martin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1572. Austin: The Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority, 1995.
A cultural resources survey of a 202-acre tract at the. Sandow Surface Mine, Milam County, Texas, by Melinda Tate and Allison Bates. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
Denton Creek Pressure System Phase III Kirkwood Branch interceptor, cultural resources survey of Denton and Tarrant Counties Permit 1787, by Melinda Tate. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural resource survey of the USA #1 well pad alternatives 1 and 2, and associated pipeline routes, Zapata County, Texas, by Chris Lintz and Mike Quigg. Principal Investigator: Chris Lintz. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural resource survey of the proposed compressor station production facility for USA #1 well pad, Zapata County, Texas, by Chris Lintz, Principal Investigator. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural resources survey of FM 2499, Denton County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1740. Cultural Resources Report 97-2. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Archaeological survey of the Hedgecoxe Road Athletic Site, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1795. Cultural Resources Report 97-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Archeological site testing and additional survey for the Chacon Creek sewer interceptor, Webb County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk, Karl W. Kibler, and Ross C. Fields. Principal Investigators: Karl W. Kibler and Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1677. Technical Reports, Number 24. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Test excavations at proposed Lake Gilmer, Upshur County, Texas, by Mark Parsons, Martha Doty Freeman, and Larry Banks. Principal Investigator: Peter Nichols. TAP No. 1214. Austin: Horizon Envinronmental Services, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resource Investigations at Two Historic Cemeteries for the Austin-Bergsrom International Airport, by Jon C. Lohse, James T. Jones, and Eric Schroeder (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1625. Hicks & Company Archeology Series 53. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of Segments A1, D1, D2, H1, H2, H3, and K2 of Dallas Water Utilities' Proposed Lake Palestine Raw Water Pipeline, By S. Alan Skinner, PhD. TAP No. 1520. Cultural Resources Report 95-4. Dallas: AR Consultants and Wendy Lopez and Associates, Inc., 1995.
Geoarchaeological Investigations at 41MG60, Matagorda County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 1673. 1997.
A Summary Report of the Cultural Investigations for the Onion Creek to Bergstrom 138-kV Project Transmission Corridor Travis County, Texas, by Melissa Wilson Voellinger, Principal Investigator. Cedar Valley Environmental Services Archeology Series 1. Austin: Cedar Valley Environmental Services, 1997.
Archeological Survey of Tour Targeted Areas Along the Proposed Delhi Aker to Tri-Cities Pipeline Freestone and Anderson Counties, Texas, by Jeff Turpin, Solveig A. Turpin (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1666 and 1730. Technical Report 9. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1996.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Municipal Park Project for the City of West Columbia, Brazoria County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1804. Austin: Espey, Huston, and Associates, Inc., 1997.
The Archeology and History of Cooper Lake, Texas, by Eloise F. Gadus, Marie E. Blake, and Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations No. 104. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, 1997.
Synthesis of the Prehistoric and Historic Archeology of Cooper Lake, Delta and Hopkins Counties, Texas., by Ross C. Fields, Marie E. Blake, and Karl W. Kilber, et. al. Reports of Investigations No. 104. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, 1997.
Test Excavations at Proposed Lake Gilmer Upshur County, Texas., by Mark Parsons, Martha Doty Freeman, Larry Banks, David Shanabrook, Bert Rader, and Peter Nichols, Ph.D. (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1214. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Site Texting and Additional Archeological Survey for the Chacon Creek Sewer Inspector, Webb County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk, Karl W. Kibler, and Ross C. Fields (Principal Investigators). TAP No. 1677. Technical Reports, Number 24. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, 1997.
Buried Site Prospection: A Supplemental Report to: Cultural Resources Survey of the Monticello I Area (Permit 43) Surface Mine, Titus County, Texas, by Victor Galan and Wayne P. Glander (Principal Investigator). Austin: Espey, Huston, and Associates, Inc., 1997.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Greenhouse Road Expansion Project in Western Harris County, Texas. By William E. Moore and Joseph M. Sanchez, Roger G. Moore (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1722. Report of Investigations Number 170. Houston: Ratnala & Bahl, Inc., Consulting Engineers, 1996.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a 120-Acre Tract at the Sandow Surface Mine, Milam County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston, and Associates, Inc., 1996.
A Cultural Resourcres Survey of 2,378 Acres at the Martin Lake Area Areas AIV and BII Panola and Rusk Counties, Texas. By Rick Taylor and Melinda Tate. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston, and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Historic Archeology of the Johnson (41DN248) and Jones (41DN250) Farmsteads in the Ray Roberts Lake Area: 1850-1950, by Susan A. Lebo, Carin E. Horn, Bob Skiles, Bonnie Yates, and C. Reid Ferring (Principal Investigator). Denton: University of North Texas Institute of Applied Science, 1996.
Cultural Resouces Testing of Two Sites Within the White Oak Creek Wildlife Management Area, Bowie and Titus Counties, Texas. By Floyd B. Largent, Debra L. Beene, Steven M., Hunt, and Maynard B. Cliff, Ph.D. (Principal Investigator). White Oak Creek Mitigation Area Archeological Technical Series Report of Investigations Number 6. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
National Register Assessment of Prehistoric and Historic Sites in Area DX at the Jewett Mine, Freestone and Leon Counties, Texas. By E. Frances Gadus, Diane E. Williams, Karl W. Kibler, Sandra R. Sauer, and Ross C. Fields (Principal Investigator). Reports of Investigations Number 112. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., Consulting Archeologists, 1997.
Test Excavations at 41WA185, Walker County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Ross C. Fields (Pricipal Investigator). TAP No. 1715. Technical Reports Number 25. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Consulting Archeologists, 1997.
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98-319/1 Analysis of the Titus Phase Mortuary Assemblage at the Mockingbird Site; "Kahbakayammaahin" (41TT550) by Timothy K. Perttula. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological and Historical Investigations at the Alamo North Wall, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by James E. Ivey: Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard, Thomas R. Hester, and Jack D. Eaton. TAP No. 196. Archaeological Survey Report No. 224. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
An Archaeological Assessment of the Drainage Improvement Area on the Northeast Side of Alamo Hall, and Home of Former Mayor Wilhelm Thielepape (41BX507), San Antonio, Texas by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard, Jack D. Eaton, and Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 219. Archaeological Survey Report No. 244. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archaeological Investigation: Concord Cemetery, Fort Bend County, Texas by Diane Dismukes. Principal Investigator: William Taylor. TAP No. 1587. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1995.
Archaeological Investigations at the Landa Park Golf Course Pro Shop, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas by John W. Arnn, III. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1757. Archaeological Survey Report No. 256. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archaeological Investigations within the Church Sacristy at Mission San Jose (41BX3), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Jack D. Eaton and Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 294. Archaeological Survey Report No. 242. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archaeological Monitoring of Spotlight Installation at the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1805. Letter Report No. 116. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archaeological Survey EPWU-PSB Property Located within Section 6, Block 80, Township One Texas and Pacific Railway Company Surveys, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas - Easternmost Boundary Line: Archaeological Survey Report by Tim B. Graves. Principal Investigator; John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1824. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., [1997?].
Archaeological Survey of Lackland Air Force Base, Bexar County, Texas by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological Survey Report No. 248. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
An Archaeological Survey of Pipeline Extension Lady of the Lake Blvd., Castle Hills Development, Denton County, Texas by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 1875. Denton: Geoarch Consultants, 1997.
Archaeology of the Arcadia Park North, Tarrant County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1856. Cultural Resources Report No. 97-12. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Archaeology of the Brownwood Landfill Site, Brown County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1842. Cultural Resources Report No. 97-16. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Archeological Assessment of Historic and Prehistoric Sites along U.S. 87, Sterling County, Texas by Nancy A. Kenmotsu. Austin: Archeology Studies Program, Cultural Resource Management Section, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Archeological Survey and History of Mustang Island State Park, Nueces County, Texas by Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1546. Austin: Cultural Resources Program, Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1997.
Archeological Survey of Four Flood Control Unit Rights-of-Way, Harris County, Texas by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1820. Report of Investigations, No. 202. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
Archeological Survey of 125 Acres at Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas by Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports No. 28. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Survey of Pastures 145A and 147B for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at the Eastham State Prison Farm, Houston County, Texas by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1857. Report of Investigations No. 2. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of Phase III Interceptor Improvements in the City of Lampasas, Texas by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1883. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1997.
Archeological Survey of the City of Marshall Watsewater Collection System in Harrison County, Texas by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1925. Report of Investigations No. 9. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Oyster Creek Greenbelt Park, City of Sugar Land, Fort Bend County, Texas by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1816. Report of Investigations No. 200. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Turtle Creek Apartments Site, Bell County, Texas by E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 416. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Survey of Three Tracts for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at the Coffield State Prison Farm, Anderson County, Texas by Daniel J. Prikryl. Principal Investigator: Timothy K. Perttula. TAP No. 1858. Report of Investigations No. 3. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1997.
Archeological Testing at Site 41BX1152 in the Olmos Creek Channelization Project, Castle Hills, Texas by Keith L. Prilliman. Principal Investigators: Thomas R. Hester and W. David Driver. TAP No. 1623. Studies in Archeology No. 24. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1997.
Archeological Testing of Sites 41WB437 and 41WB438, Webb County, Texas by James T. Abbott. Austin: Archeology Studies Program, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Archival and Archeological Investigations at Quintana Townsite and Fort Terrell, Brazoria County, Texas by Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations No. 118. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Canadian River Water System Distribution Project: Intensive Survey on the Southern High Plains by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1874. Archeology Series No. 63. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1998.
Cotton, Clay, and the Company Store: the Archeology of U.S. Highway 183 in Historic Gonzales, Texas by A. Joachim McGraw. TAP No. 1291. Archeological Studies Program Report No. 4 and Texas Archeological Research Laboratory Studies in Archeology No. 26. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation and The University of Texas at Austin, 1997.
A Cultural Resources Assessment and Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Campana Contractors Sand Pit, Cameron County, Texas by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Impact Assessment of the Proposed Randol Mill Road Extension, Phase 3, City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas by Duane E. Peter. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1785. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 159. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey (Alto-Pine Grove and Pine Grove-Jacksonville) 138-KV Transmission Lines, Cherokee County, Texas by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey and Geomorphological Assessment of Twelve Proposed Ponds at Somerville Lake, Burleson and Lee Counties, Texas by Ross C. Fields. Principal Investigators: Ross C. Fields and Karl W. Kibler. Technical Report No. 29. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of Drainage Crossing Locations along a Portion of the Proposed Three River to Laredo Pipeline, McMullen and Live Oak Counties, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Corps of Engineers Permit No. D-8672. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of Existing Seagull Midcon Wells Shelton A-2X, A-6, & A-7 for Tahoe Consulting, Inc., Moore County, Texas by Francis Sisson, Project Archaeologist. Edmund, OK: Tahoe Consulting, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Gabriel - Glasscock 138-KV Transmission Line Project, Williamson County, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1889. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Future Elementary School Location, Williamson County, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1884, Volume 2. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Moore Tract for the Austin Independent School District, Travis County, Texas by John E. Keller. TAP No. 1900. [S.l.]: Southern Archeological Consultants, Inc. and Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of the 1,557-Acre AX Area at the Sandow Surface Mine, Milam County, Texas by Melinda Tate. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Arroy City Water Supply Corporation Waterline in Cameron County, Texas by John E. Keller. TAP No. 1808. Report of Investigations No. 1-97. Los Fresnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Detention Pond Location, Williamson County, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1949. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Laguna Vista Wastewater Treatment Plant in Cameron County, Texas by John E. Keller. TAP No. 1771. Report of Investigations 1-97. Los Fresnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Middle School and Play Fields Location, Williamson County, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1952. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Southwest Inceptor, City of Killeen, Bell County, Texas by Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1902. Report of Investigations No. 1. Utopia: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of West New Hope Property, Williamson County, Texas by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1884, Volume 1. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Data Recovery Excavations at Site 41TT372, in the Tankersley Creek Watershed, Monticello B-2 Surface Mine, Titus County, Texas by Edwin Barnhart. Principal Investigator: Stephen Kotter and Boyd Dixon. Revised. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Diving Assessment at Port Ingleside, GIWW-Corpus Christi Bay, Nueces County, Texas, 1997: Final Report by Charles E. Pearson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1736. Baton Rouge, La: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1997.
EPWU-PSB Fence Line Cultural Resource Survey of a Portion of the Boundary of Property within Sections 29 and 28, Block 80, Township One, Texas and Pacific Railway Company Surveys, El Paso County, Texas by Tim B. Graves. Principal Investigator: Stephen K. Mbutu. TAP No. 1872. [S.l.]: Archeological Research, Inc., 1997.
El Paso County Lower Valley Water District Authority Phase IIB Water Supply and Wastewater Project Archaeological Testing by David O. Brown. Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1450. El Paso: Archaeological Research Inc., 1994.
Final Report: Archaeological Survey for Crescendo Resources, L.P., at Amelia MacAlmont No. 4, Ochiltree County, Texas by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project No. 976. [S.l.: s.n.], 1997.
Final Report: Archaeological Survey of the Route of the Inlet Pipeline to Crescendo Resources Natural Gas Plant, Hemphill County, Texas: by Susana R. Katz. PRIAM Project Report No. 973B. [S.l.: s.n.], 1997.
Final Report: Intensive Cultural Resources Survey along the Proposed Town Creek Interceptor Wastewater Pipeline, City of Palestine, Anderson County, Texas by Laura Leach-Palm, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1710. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1997
Final Report: Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the 48-Acre Proposed Landfill Site, City of Memphis, Hall County, Texas. by Bert Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1834. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1997.
Final Report: Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the 36.1-Acre Proposed Landfill Site, City of Morton, Cochran County, Texas by Bert Rader, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1833. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1997.
Fire-cracked Rock Use and Reuse in the Hueco Bolson, Fort Bliss, Texas by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological Survey Report No. 257(UT-San Antonio). Archaeological Technical Reports No. 12 (UT-El Paso). San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Hydrogeologic, Biological, and Archeological Surveys of Lower Glen Rose Caves, and Continued Biological Monitoring of Four Edwards Limestone Caves, Camp Bullis, Texas: Final Report by George Veni, Principal Investigator. San Antonio: George Veni & Associates, 1998.
Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Swanson Tract, Travis County, Texas by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1895. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 11. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1997.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey at Lake o' the Pines and Wright Patman Lake, Bowie, Cass, and Marion Counties, Texas: 1997 by Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 154. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Moccasin Confluence: Occupation and Settlement in the Lower Fredericksburg Basin of the Edwards Plateau by Joel Gunn, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 175, 310 and 418. Special Report No. 14. Revised and updated. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1996.
National Register Testing of Five Cultural Resources Sites in the Oak Hill D-III Permit Area, Rusk County, Texas by David L. Sherman. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
National Register Testing of Seven Sites in the Monticello B-2 Surface Mine, Titus County, Texas by Victor Galan. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
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98-319/2 Archaeological Investigations along Owl Creek: Results of the 1992 Summer Archaeological Field School by David L. Carlson. Archaeological Resource Management Series, Research Report No. 29. Fort Hood: United States Army, 1997.
Archaeological Investigations at Cooper Lake, Delivery Order Numbers 2, 3, & 4, …Cultural Resource Studies for Cooper Lake, Hopkins and Delta Counties, Texas by David H. Jurney and Daniel E. McGregor. Principal Investigators: J. M. Adovasio, Randall W. Moir, Daniel E. McGregor, and David H. Jurney. Volume 1-2. Fort Worth: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, 19871996.
Archaeological Investigations at Tobin Well: Adaptation in the Transition Zone: Archaeological Survey and Testing at the Hawk Radar Facility, Fort Bliss, Texas by Chris Lowry and Mark Bentley. Fort Bliss, TX: Conservation Division, Directorate of Environment, United States Army Air Defense Artillery Center, 1997.
Archeological Bibliography for the Central Region of Texas by Helen Simons and William E. Moore. Office of the State Archeologist Special Report No. 36. Austin: Texas Historical Commission, 1997.
Archeological Site Testing and Additional Archeological Survey for the Chacon Creek Sewer Interceptor, Webb County, Texas by Paul Maslyk and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigators: Karl W. Kibler and Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1677. Technical Reports No. 24. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Survey and National Register Testing at 41BX377, Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar and Comal Counties, Texas by Karl W. Kibler and Karen M. Gardner. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Reports of Investigations No. 101. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Testing at Fort Hood: 1994-1995 by W. Nicholas Trierweiler and James T. Abbott. Principal Investigator: Nicholas Trierweiler. Volume 1-2. United States Army Fort Hood, Archeological Research Management Series, Research Report No. 35. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1996.
Archeological Testing of Quarters A (160R137) at the Naval Support Activity Support Activity West Bank Facility, Algiers, Orleans Parish, Louisiana by Melissa M. Green and Sally K. Reeves. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 78. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Barksdale Air Force Base: Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of Approximately 5,700 Acres by Rebecca Procter and Philip G. Gerrell. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
Canada del Tule: Cultural Resources Inventory of 3,520 Acres on Melrose Air Force Range, Roosevelt County, New Mexico by Mark Sale and Cody Bill Browning. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. Report of Investigations No. 129EP. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of 245 Acres at the White Oak Creek Wildlife Management Area, Cass, Morris, and Titus Counties, Texas by Steven M. Hunt and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 153. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
The Fort Bliss Preacquisition Project: a History of the Southern Tularosa Basin by Kenneth V. Faunce. Fort Bliss, TX: Conservation Division, Directorate of Environment, United States Army Air Defense Artillery Center, 1997.
Geomorphological, Geoecological, Geoarcheological, and Surficial Mapping Study of McGregor Guided Missile Range, Fort Bliss, New Mexico by Donald L. Johnson. Volume 1-2. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 157. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
Holocene Geoarchaeology and Prehistory of the Ray Roberts Lake Area, North Central Texas by C. Reid Ferring and Bonnie C. Yates. Denton: Institute of Applied Sciences, University of North Texas, 1997.
Phase I: Archaeological Investigation: Imperial Oaks Park Acquisition and Development Project by Carla Lee and William Taylor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1886. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1997.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of Lake Madison Park in Central Madison County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1898. Contract Report No. 53. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1997.
Public Service Board-El Paso Water Utilities Property Located within Section 18, Block 80, Township One, Texas Pacific Railway, Company Surveys, El Paso County, Texas: Archaeological Survey Report, El Paso County, Texas by Tim B. Graves and John A. Peterson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1809. [S.l.]: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1997.
Public Service Board - El Paso Water Utilities Railroad Drive Fenceline Project: Archaeological Survey Report, El Paso County, Texas by John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: David V. Hill. TAP No. 1944. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1998.
Reconnaissance, Intensive Pedestrian Survey, and Geoarcheological Investigation of the Proposed Cooper Water Transmission Line, Collin, Hunt, and Hopkins Counties, Texas by Steven M. Hunt and Duane E. Peter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1485. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 106. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
A Report of Archival and Historical Research, Monitoring, and Archeological Investigation of the West Half of Austin City Block 128, Travis County, Texas by Molly Ficklen Godwin. TAP No. 1814. Heritage Management Series, Assessment Report No. 7. Kyle: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1997.
Results of Phase II Investigations and Recommendations for Phase III Data Recovery at 37 Archeological Sites in Selected Areas of Maneuver Areas 1, 3, and 8, Fort Bliss, Texas by Stephen K. Mbutu. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 88. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
Results of Test Excavations along a 280′ Long by 70′ Wide Proposed Access Road Right-of-Way which Crosses Site 41HZ522, Located on the Faskin Ranch Proposed State of Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility, Hudspeth County, Texas: Final Report by Deborah Martin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1608. Austin: The Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority, 1997.
Significance Testing at Prehistoric Archeological Site 41RK195, Rusk County, Texas by Glenn T. Goode and Sterling Hays. Austin: Archeology Studies Program, Cultural Resource Management Section, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
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98-319/3 Archaeological and Cultural Resources Assessment of the Proposed Transmission Line Realignment for Rio Grande Electric Cooperative, Inc., in Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas by John E. Keller. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, 1997.
An Archaeological and Environmental Evaluation of Proposed Wastewater Improvements for El Paso Hills Units 1 and 2 Subdivision, El Paso County, Texas by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, and Larry Semo. TAP No. 1704. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 96-59. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological and Geomorphological Investigation of Northrup Park, Boerne, Kendall County, Texas by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1670. Archaeological Survey Report No. 147. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Investigations along Portions of the Proposed Webb County/City of Laredo Facilities Engineering Plan Project, Webb County, Texas by Steve Carpenter and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1891. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 97-122. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Investigations of a Proposed 2-Acre Parking Structure, Downtown City of Austin, Travis County, Texas by Steve Carpenter and Chris Howell. TAP No. 1911. SWCA Archeological Report No. 97-57. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Monitoring for San Antonio Water Systems: Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Expansion by Cynthia L. Tennis and I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1790. Archaeological Survey Report No. 281. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Survey along Big Springs Draw in Comanche Park, Big Spring, Texas by Luc Litwinionek and Eileen Johnson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1904. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of a Pipeline Right-of-way along Loop 1604 from IH-37 to the San Antonio River, Southeast Bexar County, Texas. by David L. Nickels and Christopher E. Horrell. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1801. Archaeological Survey Report No. 273. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Jet Oil Producers, Inc. Coline Well Pad D, Alternate Well Pad, Access Road, and Extension of the Coline Number 4 Well Pad in the Sam Houston National Forest, San Jacinto County, Texas by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: James S. Belew. Report of Investigations No. 18. Lampasas: American Archaeology Group, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Retama/Selma Monopole Project by Bradley J. Vierra and Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological Survey Report No. 274. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed 350-Acre Bob Jones Park, City of Southlake, Denton County, Texas by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, and Steve Carpenter. TAP No. 1915. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-60. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Testing at Goliad State Park, Goliad County, Texas by Johanna M. Hunziker and Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1778. Archaeological Survey Report No. 260. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Testing of the New Plaza at Mission San Francisco de la Espada (41BX4), San Antonio, Texas by Kevin J. Gross. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1743. Archaeological Survey Report No. 262. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archaeology of the Steamboat Mountain Area, Taylor County, Texas by Floyd D. Kent and S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-6. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Archeological Construction Monitoring of the City of Houston, Linear Park I Project, Buffalo Bayou, Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 584. Report of Investigations No. 187. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
Archeological Investigations for the Mud 175-1 Lift Station Rehabilitation and Central Wastewater Testing Laboratory Projects, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1899. Report of Investigations No. 212. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1998.
Archeological Survey and National Register Testing at 41BX377, Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar and Comal Counties, Texas by Karl W. Kibler and Karen M. Gardner. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. Report of Investigations No. 101. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
An Archeological Survey of Bee Caves Road (R. M. 2244) from Loop 1 to Loop 360, Travis County, Texas by Patrick McLoughlin and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1770. Archeological Series No. 61. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1998.
Archeological Survey of 40 Acres for Dripping Springs Recreation Complex, Hays County, Texas by Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1988. Letter Report No. 420. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archeological Survey of the Modular Construction Systems, LLC of Laredo Project: Webb County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. Report No. 487. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Tomball Regional Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1799. Report of Investigations No. 197. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
Archeological Testing for the New Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in the Lower Onion Creek Drainage of Travis County, Texas by Jon C. Lohse, Principal Investigator, and Sergio A. Iruegas.
TAP No. 1432. Archeology Series No. 50. Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1998.
Assessment of Archeological Potential of Site 41BL1073 and the Hickory-Stratford Street Connection Project Area, City of Temple, Bell County, Texas by Ann M. Scott and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 1937. Technical Reports No. 31. Austin: Prewitt and Associations, Inc., 1998.
Caprock Canyonlands Archeology: a Synthesis of the Late Prehistory and History of Lake Alan Henry and the Teas Panhandle-Plains by Douglas K. Boyd. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Ross C. Fields. Volume 1-2. TAP No. 954. Reports of Investigations No. 110. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resource Assessment of the Corpus Christi Landfill Auxiliary Drainage Ditch to Petronila Creek, Nueces County, Texas by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig Turpin. TAP No. 1920. Letter Report No. 8. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
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98-319/2 A Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Expansion of the Langham Creek Floodwater Detention Basin (HCFC Unit U500-01-00) in Harris County, Texas by Frederic B. Pearl. TAP No. 1838. Report of Investigations No. 210. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Transmission Lines and Interchange, Gray County, Texas, for Southwestern Public Service Company by R. Blake Roxlau and Richard D. Holmes. Principal Investigator: Howard C. Higgins. Albuquerque, NM: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., Revised. 1996.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Armand Bayou Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1963. Report of Investigations No. 216. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Brays Bayou Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas. by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1962. Report of Investigations No. 217. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Evaluation from the Tarantula Bridge to White Settlement, Fort Worth, Texas: Survey and Testing in Sections WF-3 through WF-5 by S. Alan Skinner and S. Christopher Caran. TAP No. 1665. Cultural Resources Report No. 97-19. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Eldorado Heights Park, Collin County, Texas by Floyd D. Kent and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 1959. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-7. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the McKinney Municipal Golf Course, Collin County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1948. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-3. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Stephenville City Park, Erath County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner and Floyd D. Kent. TAP No. 1966. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Tucker Lake Borrow Pit, Palo Pinto County, Texas by S. Alan Skinner and Floyd D. Kent. TAP No. 1947. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-4. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Waxahachie Creek Corridor Project, Ellis County, Texas by Floyd D. Kent and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1909. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Investigation Denton Tap Road, ST 94-01, Dallas County, Texas by Larry D. Banks and Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 1890. Hurst, TX: Banks Archaeological Research Associates, 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey 1996: Wright Patman Lake and Lake o' the Pines, Bowie, Cass, and Marion Counties, Texas by Sue E. Linder-Linsley and Linda D. Lindsay. Dallas: LL Consultants, 1997.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 18.29-Acre Detention Pond Tract on Cypress Creek in Harris County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1703. Report of Investigations No. 174. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Tyrrel Park Drainage System Complex, Jefferson County, Texas by John E. Keller. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Permit No. 21077. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Fanthorp Inn State Historical Park (41GM79), Grimes County, Texas: Archeological Excavations, 1983-1989 by Sandra S. Sauer. Principal Investigators: Art Black and Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 303. Reports of Investigations No. 116. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
Final Report: Archaeological Survey of Proposed Access Road to the Site of Crescendo Resources Gas Plant in Hemphill County, Texas by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project No. 973D. Panhandle, TX: PRIAM, 1998.
Final Report: Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Site of a Gas Plant for Crescendo Resources in Hemphill County, Texas by Susan R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project No. 973A. Panhandle, TX: PRIAM, 1997.
Final Report: Archaeological Survey of the Residue Pipeline from the Proposed Crescendo Gas Plant Site, Hemphill County, Texas. by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project Report No. 973C. Panhandle, TX: PRIAM, 1997.
Final Report: Intensive Archaeological Survey along the Route of the Bracken-Santa Fe 1-19 Pipeline, Hemphill County, Texas by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRAIM Project No. 977. Panhandle, TX: PRIAM, 1998.
Fin-Tex Pipe Line Company Archaeological Survey: Seven Miles of State of Texas Land from Orla, Texas, to Wink, Texas by John A. Peterson and Julian Chianelli. Principal Investigator: Stephen Mbutu. TAP No. 1914. [S.l.]: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1997.
Geoarchaeological Investigations for the Brush Creek Regional Wastewater Interceptor, Contract 2, Williamson County, Texas by Robert Rogers. TAP No. 1881. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Hot Rock Cooking on the Greater Edwards Plateau: Four Burned Rock Midden Sites in West Central Texas. by Stephen L. Black and Linda W. Ellis. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. Volume 1-2. TAP Nos. 279, 288 and 667. Studies in Archeology No. 22. Archeology Studies Program Report No. 2. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin and Texas Department of Transportation Environmental Affairs Department, 1997.
Initial Investigations Archival Research, Remote Sensing, and Terrestrial Survey, Neches River Saltwater Barrier, Beaumont, Texas, Jefferson, Orange, and Hardin Counties by Stephen D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator, and Eugene Foster. TAP No. 1878. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Intensive Archeological Investigations of Hanna Springs Park (41LM27), Lampasas, Texas by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1823. Archeology Series No. 62. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1998.
Investigations of the Southeast Gateway at Mission San Jose, Bexar County, Texas. by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1649. Archaeological Survey Report No. 252. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Villa West Park in Central Brazos County, Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1946. BVRA Project No. 98-01. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1998.
A Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Walker County Jail and Office Expansion Area Project by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1918. BVRA Project No. 97-15. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1997.
Phase II Archaeological Investigations at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas by Brett A. Houk and David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological Survey Report No. 264. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
A Preliminary Archaeological Survey at Eagle Mountain State Park by Jeffery R. Hanson. Arlington: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Texas-Arlington, 1998.
A Report on Excavations of Postholes for a Reconstructed Brush Arbor at Ft. Inge Park, Uvalde Co., Texas by George Nelson. TAP No. 1835. [S.l.: s.n.], 1997.
A Sea of Sand: the White Sands Dune Field Cultural Resources Survey, Holloman Air Force Base, Otero County, New Mexico by Mark Sale. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. Volume 1. Report of Investigations No. 114EP. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
Small Sites in the Central Hueco Bolson: a Final Report on Project 90-11 by Raymond Mauldin and Tim Graves. Fort Bliss. TX: Conservation Division, Directorate of Environment, United States Army Air Defense Artillery Center, 1998.
Test Excavations at Prehistoric Site 41SM203, Smith County, Texas by Glenn T. Goode. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Test Excavations at the Spanish Governor's Palace, San Antonio Texas by Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1744. Archaeological Survey Report No. 259. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Walnut Creek Special Utility District Phase II Expansion: Cultural Resources Survey. Principal Investigator: Rebecca Procter. TAP No. 1928. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Wroe Ranch: Small Shelter Occupancy on the Edge of the Trans-Pecos, Terrell County, Texas by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1635. Cultural Resource Report No. 3. Austin: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
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99-023/1 Archeological Survey of the Proposed City of Eden Golf Course Project Concho County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, William E. Moore, Dwight R. CroPer, William A. Dickens, Lee Nordt, and Steve Carlson. TAP No. 1745. American Archaeology Group Report of Investigations 12. Lampassas: American Archaeology Group, 1997.
An Archeological Survey at Jack Brooks Park, Galveston County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Jack hudson, Kay Hudson, Saul Aronow, James Thomas Dureka, and Roger G. Moore (Principal Investigator). TAC No. 1564. Report of Investigations Number 143. Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
An Archaeological Survey of the SAWS Watson, Howard, Fischer, and Quintana Roads Project, Bexar County, Texas., by Owen L.A. Ford, Brett A. Houk, and Robert J. Hard (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1794. Letter Report, No. 115. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas San Antonio, 1997.
Archaeological Investigations at Promontory Pointe at Stone Oak 11, Bexar County, Texas, by Owen A. Ford and Robert J. Hard (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1746. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 261. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1995, by Mary McCready, Erwin Rowmer, Jr., Fred M. Oglesby, Dan K. Utley, and Bruce A. Nightengale (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1494. Annual Report No. 5. Lower Colorado River Authority Land and Environmental Services Department, April 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey of a City of League City Fire Department Training Facility, Galveston County, Texas, by James Thomas Dureka and Roger G. Moore, Ph.D. (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1555. Report of Investigations Number 144. Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of Channel Improvements Along Bogs Gully, Harris County, Texas, by Steven Kotter and Nicola Hubbard (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1737. Report of Investigations number 185. Moore Archeological Consulting, May 1997.
Colorado Interstate Gas Company Fain to Nichols Power Station Natural Gas Pipeline Intensive Survey for Cultural Resources, Potter County, Texas, by Dulany Barclay, Carl Späth, Ph.D., and Michael D. Metcalf (Pricipal Investigator). TAP No. 1686. Eagle, CO: Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., May 1996.
An Archeological Survey of the 237-Acre UPer Bear Creek Regional Detention Basin (HCFCD Unit U502-01-00) In Western Harris County, Texas, by Saul Aronow, Ph.D., and Roger G. Moore, Ph.D (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1415. Report of Investigations Number 119. Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Extension of Quinn Road, Northern Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore and Daniel J. Prikryl (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1769. Report of Investigations Number 190. Moore Archeological Consulting, May 1997.
Chronometric Dating of Snail Shells and Charcoal as an Assessment of Sediment Integrity at Archeological sites 41ZP39 and 41ZP176, Porcion 18 Tract, Near Falcon Reservoir Zapata County, Texas, by Christopher Lintz and James T. Abbott. Project No. 21116. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., May, 1997.
Cultural Resources Investigations at Starcke Park East for the City of Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas, by B.F. Radar and Laura Leach-Palm (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1788. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, February, 1997.
Archaeological Investigations at the Landa Park Golf Course, New Braunfels, Texas, by John W. Arnn III, Robert J. Hard, and C. Britt Bousman (Principal Investigators). TAP No. 1682. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 250. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas San Antonio, 1997.
An Archaeological Survey of Portions of the Proposed UPer Trinity Regional Water District, Phase 1C Project, Water System Improvements Denton County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 1664. Denton: C. Reid Ferring Geoarch Consultants, April, 1997.
Archeological Assesment for Construction of the Westminster Sewage Treatment Facilty, Collin County, Texas, by Larry D. Banks, Nathan T. Banks, and Dr. Fred Wendorf (Principal Investigator). TAC No. 1817. Bank Archeological Research Associates, May, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of the Thompson Subdivision Trunk Sewer Project for the City of Temple, Bell County, Texas., by William E. Moore. TAP No. 1812. Contract Report Number 49. Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1997.
Archaeological Testing at the Callo del Oso Site, 41NU2, Nueces County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 1727. Corpus Christi, TX: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resource Assessment of the Ellis County Landfill, Ellis County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Technical Report 8. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Testing of 41KM3 The Red Creek Site: A Burned-Rock Midden Site Kimble County, Texas, by Jerry Henderson. Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation.
An Archaeological Survey of Two Proposed Dredge Sites Near De Zavala Point, Channelview, Harris County, Texas, Kevin A. miller and Chris Howell. TAP No. 19003 and 20709. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 97-65. Austin: SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants, February, 1997.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Midwest Electric Cooperative SN TX-Plainview 69-kV Transmission Line Scurry County, Texas, by C. Russ Shortes and Steven D. Hoyt (Principal Investigator). Austin: Espey, Huston and Associates, Inc., May, 1997.
Archeological Investigations of 41CA13 and 41CA14: Two Prehistorica Sites in the UPer Pecan Bayou Watershed, Callahan County, Texas, by James W. Karula. Arceology Series No. 59. Austin: Hicks and Company, April, 1997.
Houston, Texas Metropolitan Detention Center Phase IIA Archaeological Investigation of Project Area Block 71, Site 41HR795. Washington, D.C.: Louis Berger and Associates, Inc., May, 1997.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Expansion of the Covel Gardens Landfill. Austin: Hicks and Company.
A Report of Archival and Historical Research, Monitoring, and Archeological Investigation of the North Half of Austin City Block 183, by Molly Ficklen Godwin, William J. Weaver, and David O. Brown, and Bob Skiles. TAP No. 1780. Heritage Management Series, Assesment Report Number 6. Kyle: Antiquities Planning and Consulting, March, 1997.
An Archeological and Historical Survey of Maxwell Water SuPly Corporation's Proposed Waterline, Hays and Caldwell Counties, Texas, by Alton K. Briggs. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services, April, 1997.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1996, by Andy Malof, Erwin Roemer, Jr., Fred M. Oglesby, Dan K. Utley, and Bruce A. Nightengale (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1630. Annual Report No. 6. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority Land and Environmental Services Department, June, 1997.
The Sanders Site (41HF128) A Single Event Late Archaic Camp/Bison Processing Site Hansford County, Texas, by J, Michale Quigg and Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 1605. Technical Report No. 19751. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., May, 1997.
Archaeological Investigations at 41TV1696--the Givens Grave Site, Travis County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller and Chris Howell. TAP No. 1694. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 96-57. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1996.
An Archaeological Survey for the City of Temple, Texas: Improvements and Extensions to the PePer Creek Trunk Sewer Line and Lift Station Project in Bell County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Michael R. Bradle. TAP No. 1712. Contract Report No. 42. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1996.
An Archaeological Survey of the Fryers Creek Sewer Line Extension in Bell County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Michael R. Bradle. TAP No. 1708. Contract Report No. 41. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1996.
Archaeological Testing of 41RN129, Runnels County, Texas, by Gregory P. Wood. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Highway Design Division, 1992.
Archeological Investigations Report on the Ensearch Exploration Company West Turner Prospect Seismic Projcet, CoPer Breaks State Park, Hardeman County, Texas, Crowell Reservoir, Hardeman and Foard Counties, Texas, by James Briscoe. TAP No. 1690. BCS Project No. 5m-96. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 1996.
Archeological Significance Testing at Site 41TE452, Terrell County, Texas, by G. R. Dennis Price. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 1993.
An Archeological Survey of the 200-Acre Proposed City of Rosenberg Floodwater Detention Basin in Eastern Fort Bend County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and William E. Moore. TAP No. 1388. Report of Investigations No. 115.Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1996.
An Archeological Survey of the Walter Oil & Gas, Inc. Davis Hill Number 1 Well Site, Davis Hill State Park, Liberty County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1384. Report of Investigations No. 114. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1996.
Archeological Survey of Tyler State Park, Smith County, Texas, by Margaret Howard and Leigh A. Garcia. TAP No 1484. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Public Lands Division, Cultural Resources Program, 1996.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, by S. Alan Skinner and Brenda B. Whorton. TAP No. 1740. Cultural Resources Report No. 96-17. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1996.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Mission Industrial Site Infrastructure Project, Hidalgo County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator, and Lauren A. Sullivan. TAP No. 1482. Report No. 407. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1995.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed Trinity River Greenbelt, Denton County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Wm. David White, Jr. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 117. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Inundated Site Investigations: Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas Project, Galveston, Harris, Liberty and Chambers Counties, Texas Galveston Bay. Principal Investigator: Steven D. Hoyt. TAP No, 1672. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1996.
1995 Testing at the South Hallsville No. 1 Mine, Harrison County, Texas, by John E. Keller. Report of Investigations No. 10-96. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1996.
Public Service Board - El Paso Water Utilities Property Fence Boundary Project: Archaeological Survey Report, El Paso County, Texas, by Tim B. Graves and John A. Peterson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1652. [S.l.: s.n., ] n.d.
Public Service Board - El Paso Water Utilities Property Fence Boundary Project and the Right-of-Way Extension of Sean Haggerty Street, and AProximately Six Acres of Public Service Board-El Paso Water Utility Property Immediately South, El Paso County, Texas, by Tim B. Graves, and Raymond P. Mauldin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1688. ARC Archaeological Technical Reports No. 2-3. El Paso: Anthropology Research Center, The University of Texas at El Paso, 1996.
A Report of an Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Re-route around Site 41EP3041 on the Proposed El Paso Natural Gas Samalayuca Pipeline Route, Located in El Paso County, Texas: Final Report, by Deborah Martin, Principal Investigator. El Paso: [s.n.], 1996.
A Report of Negative Findings for an Archaeological Survey by Two, 80,000 Square Foot Temporary Use Areas Associated with the EPNG Proposed Samalayuca Pipeline Project and which are Located Adjacent to Interstate-10 at the Clint Interchange, El Paso County, Texas: Final Report, by Deborah Martin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1701. El Paso: [s.n.], 1996.
Results of a 26 Mile Long and 50 Foot Wide Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Liquefied Petroleum Gas Rio Grande Pipeline Right-of-Way, Meter Station Location and Associated Temporary Use Areas, El Paso and Hudspeth Counties, Texas: Final Report, by Deborah Martin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1720. El Paso: [s.n.,], 1996.
Seminole Canyon: the Art and the Archeology, Val Verde County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin and R. Craig Kochel. Principal Investigator: David S. Dibble. TAP No. 234 and 253. Research Report No. 83. Austin: Texas Archeological Survey, The University of Texas at Austin, 1982.
Texas Coastal Natural Resource Issues: a Report, by the Texas Natural Resources Council. Austin: Texas Natural Resources Council, 1978.
Test Excavations at Sites 41LK284 and 41LK294, FM 1042 at the Nueces River, Live Oak County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Division of Highway Design, 1993.
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99-023/2 Archaeological Investigations along the Lower Trinity River, Chambers and Liberty Counties, Texas by Richard A. Weinstein and Charles E. Pearson, Principal Investigator. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1988.
Archaeological Investigations at Five Prehistoric Sites at Lewisville Lake, Denton County, Texas by C. Reid Ferring, Principal Investigator, and Bonnie C. Yates. Denton: Center for Environmental Archaeology, University of North Texas, 1998.
Archaeological Investigations for the Canyon Hydroelectric Project, Comal County, Texas: Part I: Archaeological Survey by A. Joachim McGraw and William B. Ellis; Part II: Archaeological Testing by Joseph H. Labadie and I. Waynne Cox. Archaeological Survey Report No. 162. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1987.
Archaeological Survey at Fort Hood, Texas, Fiscal Year 1984 by Shawn Bonath Carlson and H. Blaine Ensor. Research Report No. 14. Archaeological Resource Management Series. Fort Hood: U.S. Army, 1987.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Riverfront Park, Phase II, in the City of Beaumont (Jefferson County), Texas by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 864. Contract Reports No. 5. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1989.
Archaeological Testing at Three Sites in the Wallisville Lake Project Area, Trinity River Delta, Chambers County, Texas by Richard A. Weinstein and James P. Whelan. Principal Investigator: Charles E. Pearson. Baton Rouge: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1987.
The Archaeology and History of Lake Ray Roberts: Volume III: Settlement in a Marginal Zone by S. Alan Skinner, Principal Investigator, and LeAnne Baird. Cultural Resources Report. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1985.
Archaeology on the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf: a Compendium of Studies. New Orleans: U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, 1989.
Archeological Impact Assessment of Harris County Jail Expansion Project, Houston, Texas by Roger G. Moore and C. R. Ebersole. Report of Investigations No. 1. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1988.
Archeological Investigations in the Crowell Reservoir Area, Cottle, Foard, King, and Knox Counties, Texas by Gerald Meeks Etchieson and Roberta D. Speer. Canyon: Archeological Research Laboratory, Killgore Research Center, West Texas State University, 1979.
Archeological Survey for JTF-6 Road Improvements in Presidio and Jeff Davis Counties, Texas by Mark Sale and Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. TAP No. 1926. Report of Investigations No. 134EP. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
An Archeological Survey of an 124 Acre Portion of the City of Houston Herman Brown Park, Houston (Harris County), Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Saul Aronow. TAP No. 760. Report of Investigation No. 27. Moore Archeological Consulting, 1989.
An Archeological Survey of Harris County, Precinct 4, Burroughs Park Tract, Northern Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Saul Aronow. TAP No. 854. Report of Investigation No. 29. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1990.
An Archeological Survey of Nine Land Units within Memorial Park in Houston (Harris County), Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and William E. Moore. TAP No. 738. Report of Investigations No. 24. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1989.
Addendum to: An Archeological Survey of Nine Land Units within Memorial Park in Houston (Harris County), Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and William E. Moore. TAP No. 738. Report of Investigation No. 24A. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1989.
Archeology at Aquilla Lake, 1978-1982: Investigations by David O. Brown and Richard P. Watson. Principal Investigator: David S. Dibble. Volume 1-3. Research Report No. 81. Austin: Texas Archaeological Survey, The University of Texas at Austin, 1987.
Brownwood Laterals Watershed: Brown County, Texas: Archeological Surveys of Floodwater Retarding Structures 1, 2, 2A, 5, 18, 24 and 26A by Harry J. Shafer and Edward P. Baxter. Report No. 13. College Station: Anthropology Laboratory, Texas A&M University, 1975.
Cedar Lakes to Colorado River: Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Corps of Engineers Disposal Areas 101A, 102E, 104A Enlarged, 105A, Matagorda County, Texas by Donald G. Hunter. Baton Rouge, LA: Coastal Environments, Inc., 1988.
Cultural Resources Investigations along Whiteoak Bayou;, Harris County, Texas edited by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 540. Reports of Investigations No. 62. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1988.
Five Archeological Investigations in the Trans-Pecos Region of Texas by Julio Betancourt and Darrel Creel. Principal Investigator: Ronald W. Ralph. TAP Nos. 115, 116, 204 and 205. Texas Antiquities Committee Permit Series No. 6. Austin: Texas Antiquities Committee, 1981.
National Register Assessments of the Swan Lake Site, 41AS16, on Copano Bay, Aransas County, Texas by Elton R. Prewitt, Principal Investigator, and Susan V. Lisk. Reports of Investigations No. 56. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1987.
Phase I Cultural Resources Investigations at Justiceburg Reservoir on the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River, Garza and Kent Counties, Texas by Douglas K. Boyd and Martha Doty Freeman. Volume 1-2. Principal Investigator: Elton R. Prewitt. TAP No. 603. Reports of Investigations No. 66. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1989.
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99-024/1 Archaeological Survey of 18 Neighborhoods in the Socorro
Area, El Paso County, Texas, by Dana Anthony and David O. Brown. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, 1992
An Archaeological Survey of 437 Acres at B. A. Steinhagen Lake, Jasper and Tyler Counties, Texas by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Daniel J. Prikryl. Report of Investigations No. 5. Austin: Frontera Archaeology, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the Cambellton Road Water Project in Bexar County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Sergio A. Iruegas. TAP No. 1955. Report of Investigations No. 6. [S.l.]: Frontera Archaeology, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the New Braunfels Little League Project, Comal County, Texas, by John W. Arnn, III. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1791. Archaeological Survey Report No. 271. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Odessa Industrial Park in Ector County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., [n.d.].
Archaeological Survey of the Texas Tech University Center at Junction, Kimble County, Texas, by Karen Hicks and Eileen Johnson. TAP Nos. 333 & 352. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1996.
Archaeological Survey of Three Tracts for Famcor Oil, Inc. in the Sam Houston National Forest, San Jacinto County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: James S. Belew. Report of Investigations No. 19. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 1998.
The Archaeology and History of Block 12, South Side of Buffalo Bayou (41HR787), Houston, Harris County, Texas, by William H. Taylor and Carla Stone Lee. Principal Investigators: Kenneth Brown and William H. Taylor. TAP Nos. 1341 & 1517. Report of Investigation No. 993003. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1998.
Archeological, Architectural, Archival, and Geoarcheological Investigations of the Proposed Dallas Floodway Extension Project, Dallas County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator, and Steven M. Hunt. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 152. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Archeological Survey and Testing at Camp Stanley Storage Activity, Bexar County, Texas, by Ann M. Scott and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Karl W. Kibler. Reports of Investigations No. 115. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
An Archeological Survey of the San Patricio Municipal Water District's Proposed Water System Improvements Project, San Patricio County, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1924. Report of Investigations No. 10. [S.l.]: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archeological Survey of 63 Acres at the 90th ARCOM Rock Crusher Site, Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas, by Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports No. 32. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resource Survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas; Phase II: Archaeological Investigations, by Kathryn Weedman and David O. Brown. Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1195. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas; Phase III: Archaeological Investigations, San Elizario, by Neal G. Ackerly and Carmen C. Borret. Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1195. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas; Phase III: Archaeological Investigations, Socorro, by Kathryn Weedman and David O. Brown. Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1195. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Longhorn Partners Crane to Odessa Pipeline, Crane and Ector Counties, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 2004. Technical Report No. 12. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Assessment and Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Cedar Park Wastewater Pipeline, Williamson County, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1907. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Assessment and Archaeological Survey of a Proposed CO2 Pipeline on Public School Lands in Pecos and Terrell Counties, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1960. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Assessment and Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Easement within the Floodplain of Mud Creek, Bexar County, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1961. [S.l.]: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas; Phase II: Architectural Studies, by Kathryn Weedman and Rick Anthony Lopez. Principal Investigators: David O. Brown and John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1195. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas; Phase III: Architectural Studies, San Elizario, by Kathryn Weedman and Rick Anthony Lopez. Principal Investigators: David O. Brown and John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1195. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey in Socorro and San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas; Phase III: Architectural Studies, Socorro, by Kathryn Weedman and Rick Anthony Lopez. Principal Investigators: David O. Brown and John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1195. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., 1994.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Transco Metering Station, Matagorda County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report No. 11. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Camp Bullis, Bexar County, Texas: the 1996 Season, by Paul Maslyk and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Karl W. Kibler. Technical Reports No. 30. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the 15-Acre Popham Elementary School Tract for the Del Valle ISD, Travis County, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator, and Mickie Murin. TAP No. 1968. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Fourney Lyne Pipeline, Live Oak County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report No. 10. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the House No. 1 Pipeline, Live Oak County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report No. 9. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the 150-Acre High School Tract for the Del Valle Independent School District, Travis County, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator, and Mickie Murin. TAP No. 1897. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Highland Station Park, City of Saginaw, Tarrant County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Duane E. Peter. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1973. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 166. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Southland Newsprint Facility, Gregg County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Charley Jennings. PPA Cultural Resources Report Series No. 7. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1998,
El Paso County Lower Valley Water District Authority Phase II Water Supply and Wastewater Project: Archaeological Testing: Final, by David O. Brown and Timothy B. Graves. Principal Investigators: John A. Peterson and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1452. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1995.
Final Report of Test Excavations at Site 41PC476 along S.H. 349 in Pecos County, Texas, by Barbara J. Hickman. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeology Studies Program, 1996.
Intensive Archival Research, Close-Order Magnetometer Survey, Dating, and Offshore Diving, Houston-Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas Project, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, and Chambers Counties, Texas Offshore, Galveston Bay, and Houston Ship Channel, by Steven D. Hoyt, Principal Investigator, and Eugene R. Foster. TAP No. 1424. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
McKinney Roughs: an Intensive Cultural Resource Survey along the Colorado River, Bastrop County, Texas, by Steven Kotter, Principal Investigator, and Dan K. Utley. TAP No. 1597. Cultural Resources Report No. 6. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Land and Environmental Services, 1996.
A Phase I Archaeological and Historical Survey of the Polk County Fresh Water Supply District No. 2 Onalaska, Texas Wastewater System Improvements - Spray Irrigation Site and Collection System, by William E. Moore. TAP No. 1964. Contract Report No. 56. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1998.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Brenham Recreational Facility in Central Washington County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1969. Contract Report No. 57. BVRA Project No. 98-02. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1998.
A Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Pea Ridge Sewer Trunk Line, Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1863. Report of Investigations No. 16. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, 1998.
Plan for the Identification, Evaluation and Treatment of Historical and Archaeological Properties and Plan for the Preservation of Architectural Properties. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc./Austin: Hicks & Company, Inc., [n.d.].
Property Descriptions, Significance Assessments and National Register Eligibility Determinations: Socorro Phase II, Socorro Phase III, and San Elizario, by Terri Myers and Diane Elizabeth Williams. Austin: Hardy-Heck-Moore, 1995.
The Prospects Look Good: a View of 10 Ranching and Mining Sites on Nellis Air Force Range, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, by Vikki P. Allen and Christopher L. Harper. La Vegas, NV: Dames & Moore, Inc., 1998.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Long Creek Golf Course, Guadalupe County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. Report No. 468. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
A Report on the Limited National Register Testing of Site 41WB416, Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1850. Report No. 477. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
A Report on the Reconnaissance Survey of Cultural Resources at Falcon State Park, Zapata and Starr Counties, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1760. Report No. 482. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Sebastopol State Historical Park (41GU9), Seguin, Texas: Archeological Excavations, 1978-1988, by Sandra R. Sauer and Art Black. Principal Investigators: Art Black, Elton R. Prewitt and Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 171. Reports of Investigations No. 111. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
Southeast Temple Water and Sanitary Sewer Improvements, City of Temple, Bell County, Texas, by Karl Kleinbach and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 1979. Technical Reports No. 33 Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
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