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Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Inventory Part 3

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 3



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
3. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 3 [this page]
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 3

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99-024/2 Addendum: a Cultural Resource Survey of Previously Unsurveyed Areas on the Kennedy Sullivan - E. Burges Segments, Van Zandt County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997
Archaeological Investigation of a Spring Lake Lot for Joe's Crab Shack Parking, by Owen A. Ford and Anthony S. Lyle. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1877. Archaeological Survey Report No. 277. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research,
Archaeological Investigation of Comanche Lookout Park, Northeast Bexar County, Texas, by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1876. Archaeological Survey Report No. 275. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Monitoring of the HEB-GSA Parking Lot: Impacts to the San Pedro Acequia, by I. Waynne Cox and Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological Survey Report No. 279. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey along Upper Leon Creek, Bexar County, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1912. Archaeological Survey Report No. 274. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Survey at Rancho de las Cabras, San Antonio, Missions National Historical Park, 41WN30, Wilson County, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill and Maureen Brown. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1849. Archaeological Survey Report No. 286. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Survey for Crescendo Resources along the Route of a Proposed Pipeline on Northup Creek, Ochiltree County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project No. 975. Panhandle, TX: PRIAM, 1997.
Archaeological Survey for Proposed Communications Tower Construction, Temple, Bell County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Rebecca Procter. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey for Proposed Magic Mike's Convenience Store and Gas Station, Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl. Principal Investigator: Rebecca Procter. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Housing Development for the City of San Saba, San Saba County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Daniel J. Prikryl. TAP No. 1860. Austin: Frontera Archaeology, 1997.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Wastewater Facility, D & M Water Supply Corporation, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Survey Report No. 98-2. Nacogdoches: [s.n.], 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Bland Water Supply Corporation Proposed Water System Improvement Project (USDA-RD, F1, F13), San Augustine and Shelby Counties, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Survey Report No. 98.1. Nacogdoches: [s.n.], 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Squaw Valley Golf Course Expansion Project, Somervell County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Michael R. Bradle. TAP No. 1848. Contract Report No. 51. BRVA Project No. 97-03. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1997.
Archaeological Survey of Windpower Generating Farm, Big Spring, Howard County, Texas, by Marybeth S. F. Tomka and J. Michael Quigg. Project No. 23251. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Testing and Monitoring for a Proposed Drainage Channel at Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Antonio, Texas, by Kevin J. Gross. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1748. Archaeological Survey Report No. 283. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Testing at Crook's Park in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill and Maureen Brown. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1811. Archaeological Survey Report No. 263. San Antonio: Center For Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archeological and Historical Survey of the City of San Marcos' Proposed Water Treatment Plant and Water Pipeline Project, Caldwell and Hays Counties, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl and Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1936. Report of Investigations No. 11. [S.l.]: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archeological and Historical Survey of Proposed Spicewood Springs City Park Hike-and-Bike Trail, Travis County, Texas, by Frank A. Weir, Principal Investigator, and Alton K. Briggs. TAP No. 1752. Austin: Lone Star Archeological Services and Weir Enterprises, 1997.
Archeological Investigations and Assessment of Wastewater Facilities Improvement Projects for the State Water Pollution Revolving Fund Program, Project Number SRF 2834-07, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas: Final, by Nicola Hubbard. TAP No. 1707. Report of Investigations No. 1. [S.l.]: Greenstone Geoscience, 1997.
Archeological Investigations at the David G. Burnet Park (41HR407), Harris County, Texas, by Shawn Bonath Carlson and Frederick Pearl. TAP No. 1841. MAC Project No. 97-92. Report of Investigations No. 204. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Archeological Monitoring at the Chambers County Jail Expansion Project, Anahuac, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Tina Quirt Booth. TAP No. 1381. Report of Investigations No. 113. [S.l.]: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
An Archeological Survey for a Five-Acre Borrow Pit Location on Sandy Creek at Wallace Pack Unit I, Near Navasota in Grimes County, Texas. TAP No. 1989. AP&C Project No. 982. Heritage Management Series Survey Report No. 4. Kyle: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of a Proposed Harris County, Cypress Creek Golf Course, Northern Harris County, Texas by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 548. Report of Investigations No. 7. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of a Proposed New Section of FM 619, Williamson County, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1763. Archeology Series No. 57. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of 1,794 Hectares at the Red River Army Depot and Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant, Bowie County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations No. 120. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, 1998.
Archeological Survey of the DELHI Apache Pipeline Crossing of Tehuacana Creek, Freestone County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1997.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Stafford-Staffordshire Road Expansion Project, Fort Bend and Harris Counties, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1956. Report of Investigations No. 215. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
An Archeological Survey of 319 Hectares at the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Harrison County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations No. 119. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of Three Five-Acre Borrow Pit Locations for Ellis, Ferguson and Wynne Units Dormitory Construction in Huntsville and Midway, Walker and Madison Counties, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin and Jerry Henderson. TAP No. 1990. AP&C Project No. 981. Heritage Management Series Survey Report No. 5. Kyle: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1998.
Archeological Testing of 41KM3, the Red Creek Site, a Burned-Rock Midden Site, Kimble County, Texas, by Jerry Henderson. Austin: Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Archeology along the Wurzbach Parkway: Module 3: Investigation and Experimentation at the Higgins Site (41BX184), by Stephen L. Black and Kevin Jolly. Principal Investigators: Stephen L. Black and Thomas R. Hester. Volume 1-2. TAP No. 1240. Studies in Archeology No. 27. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
An Assessment of Prehistoric Site 41WA208 in Walker County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Linda Wootan Ellis. TAP No. 1836. BVRA Project No. 97-02. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1997.
An Assessment of Prehistoric Sites 41CP228 and 41CP229, Camp County, Texas, by Glenn T. Goode. Austin: Archeology Studies Program, Cultural Resource Management Section, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Cultural Resource Assessment of a Seismographic Project in Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas: Addendum: Survey of Ten Relocated Shot Points, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1831. Archaeological Survey Report No. 97-2. [S.l.: s.n.], 1997.
Cultural Resource Assessment of the Brazos Canal, City of Lake Jackson, Brazoria County, Texas, by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1797. Report of Investigations No. 199. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resource Reconnaissance of U.S. Highway 59 Relief Reroute, Corrigan, Polk County, Texas (TXDOT CSJ: 0176-04-056, 1076-05-104), by Meg Cruse and Michael Nash, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey for a Proposed Transmission Project in Yoakum and Terry Counties, Texas, by George H. Price and David P. Staley. Principal Investigator: Howard C. Higgins. TRC Mariah Project No. 21549. Albuquerque, NM: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed Goose Creek Greenbelt Pedestrian/Bicycle Trail, City of Baytown, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2003. Report of Investigations No. 221. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1998.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Clear Creek Mitigation Site in Harris County, Texas, by Frederic B. Pearl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1840. Report of Investigations No. 206. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resource Survey of Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed 115 kV Transmission Line within Gray County, Texas, by Christopher A. Turnbow, Principal Investigator. TRC Mariah Project No. 20658. Albuquerque, NM: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Route C: Two Proposed 69 kV Transmission Lines Near Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas, by David P. Staley. TRC Mariah Project No. 21552. Albuquerque, NM: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resource Survey of the USA #9 at Porcion 21, A-81, Falcon Reservoir, Zapata County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Chris Lintz. BLM Cultural Resource Use Permit No. 45-2920-96-T. TRC Mariah Project No. 21575B. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Assessment of the Proposed Iowa Park Landfill Expansion, Wichita County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Cedar Mountain Preserve, Dallas County, Texas, by Floyd D. Kent and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1957. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-12. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Martin Lake Pipeline, by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report No. 97-6. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey and Reevaluation of Resources along the Proposed Perimeter Fence Line at Camp Bullis, Bexar and Comal Counties, Texas, by Debra L. Beene and Johnna L. Buysse. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 124. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Cultural Resources Survey of a 6-Acre Proposed Postal Station Site, Travis County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report No. 11. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of Designated Crossings along a Proposed MAPCO Pipeline, San Saba County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report No. 13. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Bates M. Allen Blue Hole Park, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Marianne Marek. TAP No. 1892. Wallis, TX: Marianne Marek, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Entergy/Gulf States Utilities, Incorporated 138-Kilovolt Transmission Line, Livingston Substation-Rich Substation, Polk County, Texas, by Tina Leshley and Michael Nash. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed King Ranch No. 1 Cellular Telephone Tower Site, Kleberg County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. Report No. 501. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of 10 Acres Northeast of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 164. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Remote Control Valve RCV 2-98 Unit, Harris County, Texas, by Kyle E. Day. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of Three Tracts at the O. N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1999. Cultural Resources Report No. 12. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of 23 Acres North of Del Rio, Val Verde County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 165. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Final Cultural Resources Inventory of Two Alternative Routes for the Warren Petroleum Company Sidwell Connection Pipeline in Wheeler and Collingsworth Counties, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey, Principal Investigator, and Roger J. Burkhalter. RSA Report No. 9705105. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Final Report: Intensive Archaeological Survey at the City of Lamesa Proposed Landfill Extension, Dawson County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1940. PRIAM Project No. 970. [S.l.]: PRIAM, 1998.
Final Report of Test Excavations along Loop 375, South-Central El Paso County, Texas, by Christine G. Ward and Barbara J. Hickman. Austin: Archeology Studies Program. Cultural Resource Management Section, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Final Report without Location: Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Miller No. 3 to Schultz No. 2 Pipeline, Lipscomb County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project No. 985. [S.l.]: PRIAM, 1998.
Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Longview Campus, The University of Texas System, T2, T13, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: John E. Keller. TAP No. 2001. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1998.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of 1,260 Acres at Lake o' the Pines and Wright Patman Lake, Bowie and Marion Counties, Texas: 1997, by Steven M. Hunt and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 160. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
An Inventory of Cultural Resources within the Texas Park System: November 1981 through October 1986. Principal Investigator: Ronald W. Ralph. TAP No. 297. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1997.
Marine Remove Sensing Survey: SH 35, Lavaca Bay Causeway, Calhoun County, Texas, by James Schmidt, Principal Investigator, and Robert Gearhart. TAP No. 2006. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998
Monitoring at Historic Site 41GS 119: Eisenhower Birthplace State Historical Park, Grayson County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Herbert H. Eling, Jr. TAP No. 1570. Report No. 96-1. Austin: Galvan Eling Associates, Inc., 1996.
9,000 Years of Human Occupation at Lackland Air Force Base, by David L. Nickels and Anne E. Fox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. Special Report No. 22. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Phase I Archaeological Investigation: Friendswood Park, by Diane Dismukes and William Taylor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1807. Project No. 997001. Houston: BC & AD Archaeology, Inc., 1997.
Playa Archaeology: Test Excavations at Terry County Auxiliary Airfield, Southern High Plains of Texas, by Eileen Johnson. Lubbock Lake Landmark Quaternary Research Center Series No. 10. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1997.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Anzalduas Park Irrigation System Project, Hidalgo County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1978. Report No. 491. George West: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Lone Star Gas Pipeline Project, San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1855. Report No. 474. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1997.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Palito Blanco Community Park, Jim Wells County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1742. Report No. 465. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1996.
Results of an Archaeological Assessment of Sites 41TV126,, 41TV1000, and 41TV1331 on the Proposed Walnut Park Crossing, Travis County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller and Brandon Young. SWCA Archaeological Report No. 97-69. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1997.
Survey of Selected Areas along the Longhorn Partners Pipeline, Crane to El Paso, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 1879. Cultural Resources Report No. 11. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
The Upper Keechi Creek Archaeological Project: Survey and Test Excavations at the Keechi Creek Wildlife Management Area, Leon County, Texas, by Alston V. Thoms, Principal Investigator, and Steven W. Ahr. TAP No. 1718. Technical Report No. 3. College Station: Center for Environmental Archaeology, Texas A&M University, [n.d.].
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99-024/3 Appendix A: Geoarchaeological Investigations along Brushy Creek, by Glen S. Greene. TAP No. 1829. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
Archaeological and Hazards Survey: Proposed 12-Inch Pipeline Route, Galveston Bay, Texas, by James O. Jones and James S. Schmidt. TAP No. 1995. Houston: SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants, 1998.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of the Clint Independent School District Elementary School in East El Paso County, Texas, by John A. Peterson. Principal Investigator: David V. Hill. TAP No. 2008. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1998.
An Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railhead (41CD132) at Alleyton, Texas, by Shawn Bonath Carlson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1675. Technical Report No. 2. College Station: Historic Sites Research, 1997.
Archaeological Survey in the Sand Hills of Lamb County, Texas, by Luc Litwinionek and Eileen Johnson, Principal Investigator. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Granada Apartments, Uvalde County, Texas, by David O. Brown and Dana Anthony. Report of Investigations No. 2. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Floresville Golf Course Project in Wilson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1827. Report of Investigations No. 14. Lampasas: American Archaeology Group, 1997.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Murphy Park Improvements and Hike and Bike Trail for the City of Taylor, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1826. Report of Investigations No. 13. Lampasas: American Archaeology Group, 1997.
Archaeological Testing at Sites 41SP188, 41SP109 and 41SP189, San Patricio County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1888. Corpus Christi: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Testing at the Las Flores Site, CA-SDI-812/H, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California, by Karen Rasmussen and Judy Berryman. Santa Barbara, CA: Science Applications International Corporation, 1999.
Archaeology at the Alamodome: Investigations of a San Antonio Neighborhood in Transition, by Anne A. Fox and Robert J. Hard. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard, Jack D. Eaton, and Anne A. Fox. TAP Nos. 900, 930 and 982. Archaeological Survey Reports No. 236 - 238. Volume 1 - 3. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.
Archeological Investigations and Assessment of Wastewater Facilities Improvement Projects for the State Water Pollution Revolving Fund Program, SRF Project Number 2834-09, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas: Final, by Nicola Hubbard. TAP No. 1784. Report of Investigations No. 2. Houston: Greenstone Geoscience, 1997.
Archeological Investigations at the Proposed 46.6 Acre Bear Creek Diversion Channel Harris County Flood Control District in Addicks Reservoir, Harris County, Texas (HCFC U102-00-00), by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James Thomas Dureka. Report of Investigations No. 160. Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
Archeological Investigations for the Mineola Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, Wood County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Charles Jennings. TAP No. 1600. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 4. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1997.
An Archeological Survey and Site Assessment of the Middle Bee Creek Drainage in the Wild Basin Preserve and Balcones Canyonland Preserve, Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Molly Ficklen Godwin and William J. Weaver. TAP No. 1919. Antiquities Planning & Consulting Project No. 973. Heritage Management Series Survey Report No. 3. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1998.
An Archeological Survey for an Historic Cemetery at the Northside Wastewater Treatment Plant, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1551. Report of Investigations No. 141. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997
Archeological Survey of Canyon Creek Road Extension and Friars Creek Channelization Project Area, City of Temple, Bell County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2015. Letter Report No. 422. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
An Archeological Survey of Keith-Wiess Park, North-Central Harris County, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1798. Report of Investigations No. 195. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
An Archeological Survey of the City of Marshall Aqueduct/ Caddo Jr. Water Pipeline Project Right-of-Way, Harrison County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2005. Report of Investigations No. 17. [S.l.]: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Pipeline to the Brady No. 1 Well, Cameron County, Texas, by Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1843. Letter Report No. 415. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1997.
Archeological Testing at the Witte Museum Science Facility Construction Site: an Archeological and Geoarcheological Study on the East Bank of the San Antonio River, by Frances H. Meskill and Charles D. Frederick. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1569. Technical Series No. 48. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
Assessment of the Potential for Cultural Resources in the Hurricane and Mill Creek Watersheds, Angelina County, Texas, by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1971. Letter Report No. 421. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
City of Alpine East Trunk Sewer Line Project, Brewster County, Texas, by William A. Cloud, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1709. Alpine: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, 1998.
Cultural Resource Assessment of a Seismographic Project in Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1831. Archaeological Survey Report No. 97-2. Nacogdoches: [s.n.], 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed George Bush Youth Soccer Complex Drainage Ditch, Barker Reservoir, Harris County, Texas by Richard B. Mahoney. Report of Investigations No. 218. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1998.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Harris County Flood Control Diversion Channel in Eastern Harris County, Texas, by Frederic B. Pearl, Principal Investigator, and Steve Wayne Ahr. TAP No. 1819. Report of Investigations No. 201. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Longhorn Partners Pump Station, Kimble County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report No. 14. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Assessment for Two Proposed Independent Power Production Plant Locations near Venus in Ellis County, Texas. Letter of Authorization No. 2. Heritage Management Series Assessment Report No. 13. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1998.
Cultural Resources Investigations of the Oak Hill D-III Permit Area, Rusk County, Texas, by Elizabeth A. Skokan and Eugene R. Foster. Principal Investigators: Michael A. Nash and Elizabeth A. Skokan. Volume 1-2. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
A Cultural Resources Survey and Assessment of Certain Recreational/Park Lands along the Shoreline of Lake Sam Rayburn, Jasper, Nacogdoches, Sabine, and San Augustine Counties, Texas, by John E. Keller, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 10-97. Los Fresnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1997.
Cultural Resources Survey of Eight Channel Segments and a Proposed Detention Basin on Upper Greens Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Sue Winston Moss. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 1951. Technical Reports No. 34. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Frontera Generation Project, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc. Cultural Resources Survey (Slocum-Alto Segment), Anderson and Cherokee Counties, Texas. Principal Investigator: Robert L. Gearhart II. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
An Evaluation of 28 Historic Properties in the Socorro-San Elizario Area, by David Kammer. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. Special Report No. 23. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Final Report of Significance Testing at Site 41EP880 on Artcraft Road, El Paso County, Texas, by Christine G. Ward and Barbara J. Hickman. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 1997.
Final Report without Locational Data: Intensive Archaeological Survey of a Proposed ATV Trail at Lake Mackenzie, Briscoe and Swisher Counties, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1942. PRIAM Project No. 983. [S.l.]: PRIAM, 1998.
Final Report without Specific Location: Intensive Archaeological Survey along the Proposed Route of a Natural Gas Pipeline to Buckthal 2-16, Hemphill County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project No. 986. [S.l.]: PRIAM, 1998.
Geomorphological Investigations and Inventory of Cultural Resources along and Near the Bowie County Levee, Bowie County, Texas, 1996, by Maynard B. Cliff and Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigators: Duane E. Peter and Maynard B. Cliff. TAP No. 1654. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 139. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
Intensive Archaeological Survey along the Route of the Proposed Transwestern-Hobart 16-Inch Natural Gas Pipeline Located in Hemphill County, Texas. Project No. 972. Panhandle, TX: PRIAM, 1997.
Intensive Archeological Survey of the Falls City Commercial Aquaculture Facility, Karnes County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and James T. Jones. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 9. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1997.
Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Triangle Square Tract, Travis County, Texas, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: Peter Nichols. TAP No. 1870. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1997.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey and Geoarcheological Investigation at the Proposed Princeton Lift Station Project, Collin County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Melinda Goelz. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1941. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 163. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed Wylie Pipeline, Collin County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Duane E. Peter. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1717. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 144. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
An Intensive Survey of a Southwestern Public Service Land Application Expansion Project, Potter County, Texas, by Roberta D. Speer and Jack T. Hughes. Canyon: Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences, West Texas A&M University, 1998.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1997, by Bruce Nightengale, Principal Investigator, and Andrew F. Malof. TAP No. 1777. Annual Report No. 7. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Land and Environmental Services Department, 1998.
Lake Texana to Corpus Christi Water Pipeline, by Timothy C. Klinger and James W. Smith. TAP No. 1749 and 1792. Historic Preservation Associates Reports No. 98-12. Fayetteville, AR: Historic Preservation Associates, 1998.
National Register Testing at Site 41LE120, Lee County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator, and Ed Baxter. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1997.
1997 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission, by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. TAP No. 1778. Austin: Cultural Resources Program, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1998.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of a 133 Acre Tract: the City of Columbus Industrial Park and Waste Water Treatment Plant Project in Central Colorado County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 60. BRVA Project NO. 98-06. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1998.
Relocation of Site 41HR622 for the Herman Brown Park Bikeway Project, Houston, Texas, by Thomas J. Oertling, Principal Investigator, and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1789. Report of Investigations No. 191. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1997.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey in Support of the Manadas Creek Wastewater Interceptor Project, Webb County, Texas: Draft, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1781. Report No. 467. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1997.
Results of Initial Archeological and Geomorphological Investigations at Pershing Field, Fort Sam Houston, Bexar County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg and James T. Abbott. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1997.
Results of Significance Testing at 41DW269, Dewitt County, Texas, by Sterling H. Hays and James T. Abbott. Austin: Archeology Studies Program, Cultural Resource Management Section, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1998.
Significant Testing: Archeological Investigations at the Willow Springs Site, 41HY263, Hays County, Texas, by Sterling H. Hays. Austin: Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1995.
Surface Distributions of Sites and Survey Strategies for Draws on the Southern Llano Estacado, by Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 847. Austin: Department of Anthropology, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
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99-024/4 Archaeological Investigations of the Gristmill at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo, San Antonio, Texas, by Andrew J. Scease and Kevin J. Gross. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1761. Archaeological Survey Report No. 272. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Monitoring of an Electrical Conduit Trench at Mission San Francisco de la Espada (41BX4), San Antonio, Bexar county, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1981. Archaeological Survey Report No. 288. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Monitoring for the City of San Antonio: 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. 1776. Archaeological Survey Report No. 284. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey along Watson Road for the San Antonio Water System, Bexar County, Texas, by J. Kevin Hanselka. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1970. Letter Report No. 121. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey for the Bexar County Correctional Facility at Cagnon Road, San Antonio, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill and Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1954. Archaeological Survey Report No. 285. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey Near the Headwaters of Gilleland Creek Located in the Travis County Northeast Metropolitan Park Near Pflugerville, Travis County, Texas, by Molly Ficklen Godwin and William J. Weaver. TAP No. 2002. Antiquities Planning & Consulting Project No. 9810. Heritage Management Series Survey Report No. 4. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of Applewhite Road, Bexar County, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill. TAP No. 1986. Letter Report No. 120. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of Creek 23/17 Channel Improvements, City of Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 1921. Denton, TX: Geoarch Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of Johnson Creek Interceptor: Phase I, by S. Alan Skinner and Floyd D. Kent. TAP No. 2021. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-18. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of Proposed Wastewater Projects for the Eastern Cedar Creek Fresh Water District, Henderson County, Texas, by Bo Nelson and Timothy Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2052. Letter Report of Investigations No. 9. Austin: Frontera Archaeology, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of Southton Road, Bexar County, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1943. Letter Report No. 117. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the Bear Creek Interceptor V Pipeline, Dallas County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 1930. Denton: Geoarch Consultants, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the City of Lometa Park, Lampasas County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2011. Report of Investigations No. 22. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., [n.d.].
An Archaeological Survey of the Mountain Creek Preserve Park in Dallas County Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2013. Report of Investigations No. 23. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., [n.d.].
An Archaeological Survey of the 1998 Georgetown Park in Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2007. Report of Investigations No. 21. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., [n.d.].
Archaeological Survey of the Thornbridge Park, Tarrant County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2066. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-28. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of Walker Ranch Park, Bexar County, Texas, by Steve A Tomka. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1903. Archaeological Survey Report No. 282. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archeological Investigations of Site 41TV222: in Webberville Park, Travis County, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator, and Scott Seibel. TAP No. 2030. Archeology Series No. 65. Travis County Parks Series No. 2. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of Phase I of the Avinger-Jefferson Pipeline Right-of-Way, Marion and Cass Counties, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2017. Report of Investigations No. 18. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of Seismic Lines for Veritas DGC Land Company in Jefferson County, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator, and Steven Kotter. TAP No. 1747. Report of Investigations No. 188. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of the Exxon Pipeline Company's Proposed Green Lake 16-Inch LPG Line 309, Beamer Road to Clear Lake GP Section, Harris County, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. Letter Report of Investigations No. 25. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Archeological Survey of the Green Lake 8-Inch Olefins Pipeline Right-of-Way, Victoria and Calhoun Counties, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Daniel J. Prikryl. Letter Report of Investigations No. 24. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1998.
An Archeological Survey of the Harris County Flood Control District's Proposed Buffalo Bayou Linear Detention, Kirkwood Road to Wilcrest Drive Project, Harris County, Texas (Project Identification Number W100-00-00-Y009), by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1992. Report of Investigations No. 220. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Archeology along the Wurzbach Parkway: Module 5: Testing and Geoarcheological Evaluation at the Number-6 Site (41BX996) and other Sites, by Stephen L. Black and James W. Karbula. Principal Investigators: Stephen L. Black and Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1240. Studies in Archeology No 29. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
Archival Investigations for Mission Nuestra Senora de los Dolores de los Ais, San Augustine County, Texas: a Catalog of Documents and Maps of the Mission Dolores de los Ais Historical Materials Collection, by Adan Benavides. Report No. 11. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental; Affairs Division. Archeological Studies Program, 1998.
A Cultural and Biological Monitoring/Survey of Select Seismic Line Routes, Porcions 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, Zapata County, Texas, by Tiffany Terneny and Christopher Lintz. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1998.
A Cultural and Natural Resources Survey of Approximately 7.3 Miles of Pipeline Right-of-Way on Fort Bliss Military Reservation and State Trust Lands, El Paso County, Texas, by Victor Gibbs and David Pitts. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. TAP No. 1699. Report of Investigations No. 113EP. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey along Mud Lake, Harris County, Texas. Report of Investigations No. 226. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1998.
A Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Detention Basin (HCFC Unit B500-01-00) along Armand Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by Frederic B. Pearl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1867. Report of Investigations No. 211. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Arlington to TRA Trinity River Pipeline, by S. Alan Skinner and S. Christopher Caran. TAP No. 1822. Cultural Resources Report No. 97-18. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1997.
Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Grand Prairie Business Park, by S. Alan Skinner and Floyd D. Kent. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-11. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
A Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey with Historical and Archival Research and Oral History of the Ragsdale and Henk Tracts Located in the A. M. Esnaurizar Grant in Hays County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, Principal Investigator, and Pamela J. Headrick. Heritage Management Series. Survey Report No. 5. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey at the SERI Pontotoc Pilot Plant, San Saba County, Texas, by Dana Anthony and David O. Brown. Report of Investigations No. 3. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Braunig Unit #4, 345-KV Transmission Line Row, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2033. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Four Tracts of Forested Land around Lake o' the Pines Reservoir in Marion and Upshur Counties in Northeast Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Timothy K. Perttula. Report of Investigations No. 136. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of Phase I of the West McKinney Community Park, Collin County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2072. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-25. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Mill Creek - Salem Transmission Line Replacement Project, Washington County, Texas, by James D. Malmros. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. TAP No. 2068. Austin: PBS&J, 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Panda Energy Pipeline Project in Lamar County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2057. Report No. 506. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Preferred Alignment and an Archeological and Historic Use Assessment of Alternative Alignments for Segment I-2 of the Grand Parkway within Harris and Chamber Counties, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 1683. Report of Investigations No. 173. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Remote Control Valve RCV 34-1 Unit, Montgomery County, Texas, by Kyle E. Day. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Southwest Mesa Project, Crockett and Upton Counties, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of Two Drilling Sites at Lake Bridgeport, Wise County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1935. Cultural Resources Report No. 98-24. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Data Recovery at 41HR817 on Clear Creek, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator, and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2012. Report of Investigations No. 227. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1998.
Final: Archaeological Survey and Assessment of Station Locations in the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail System, Northeast Corridor,. by Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator, and Kristen Kahl. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Final Report: an Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of 17 Sewer Replacement Lines within the City of Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: James A. Neely. TAP No. 2047. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1998.
Fort Richardson State Historical Park, Jack County, Texas: Archeological Testing and Recording, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1985, 1986, by Arthur Black, Principal Investigator, and George Kegley. TAP No. 216. Austin: Cultural Resources Program, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1998.
41MV120: A Stratified Late Archaic Site in Maverick County, Texas, by Bradley J. Vierra and C. Britt Bousman. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1622. Archaeological Survey Report No. 251. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of San Antonio, 1998.
Freedman's Cemetery, Site 41DL316, Dallas, Texas: Assessments of Sex, Age at Death, Stature, and Date of Interment for Excavated Burials, by Cynthia G. Condon and Joy L. Becker. Principal Investigator: Jerry Henderson. TAP No. 991. Report No. 9. Austin: Archeology Studies Program, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 1998.
Intensive Archeological Survey on the Reddel Tract, Travis County, Texas, by Steven M. Kotter and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2022. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1998.
Mission San Jose Indian Quarters Wall Base Project, Bexar County, Texas with Appendixes on the Monitoring of the San Jose Bus Drive and Granary Parking Lot, and on the Monitoring and Shovel Testing of the San Jose Service Drive, by Steve A. Tomka and Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1841. Archaeological Survey Report No. 278. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
A Presidio Community on the Rio Grande: Phase III Testing and Historical Research at San Elizario, Texas, Volume 1-2, by Bradley J. Vierra and June-el Piper. Principal Investigator: Richard C. Chapman. TAP No. 1535. OCA/UNM Report No. 185-545. [S.l.]: Office of Contract Archeology, University of New Mexico, 1997.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of a 20 Acre Tract: the Proposed Krum City Park Project in West-Central Denton County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2078. Contract Report No. 61. Bryan: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1998.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 48-Inch Wastewater Pressure Line, San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1844. Report No. 473. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Study Butte Gravel Quarry Project, Brewster County, Texas, by William A. Cloud. Alpine: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, 1998.
A Subsurface Survey of Allens Landing Park, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Shawn Bonath Carlson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1931. Report of Investigations No. 214. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
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2001-158/1 Archaeological Investigation Adjacent to the TREES CEMETARY, Duncanville, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2147. Cultural Resources Report 99-16 (Draft). Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc. Cultural Resources survey (South Crockett to Latexo Segment) Houston County, Texas, by James Malmros. Contributing Author: James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. Document No. 981697. Project No. 16788-09. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
NRHP Testing at Site 41FT457, Freestone County, Texas, by James Malmros. Contributing Author: James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. Document No. 982009. PBS&J Job No. 20418. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
A Class III Archaeological Inventory of Proposed Electric Power Line Right-of-way to the Cliffside Helium Complex in Potter Co. Texas, by: John D. Northcutt. BLM Report No. CRR # 04-98-28. Moore, OK: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Yarborough Drive Extension, El Paso International Airport, El Paso, Texas, by Richard D. Holmes, Principal Investigator, Richard M. Reycraft, Toni R. Goar, Valerie Provencio. Co-Principal Investigator: Nicholas Trierweiler. El Paso: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of 400 Acres at Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports, Number 36. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey Report on the Texaco Exploration and Production Inc. Red River Crossing Pipeline Project Lake Texoma/Texoma Wildlife Management Area, Cooke County, Texas, Love County, Oklahoma, by James Briscoe. Surveyed by James Briscoe and Jerry Ward. BCS Project Number 3-99. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 1999.
Intensive Archaeological Survey along the Route of the Routes of two Noram Natural Gas Pipelines, Wheeler County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project 9827. Panhandle, Texas, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Additional Areas for the Southwest Mesa Project, Cockett and Upton Counties, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Document No. 990106, PBS&J Job No. 19842. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey along Leon Creek From Bandera to Babcock Roads, San Antonio, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill. Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 1977. Report No. 291. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1999.
Archaeological Investigations in Support of the Superconducting Super Collider, Ellis County, Texas, by Joseph L. Yedlowski, Kevin J. Shaunessy, David H. Jurney and J.M. Adovasio, Principal Investigator. Erie, PA: Archaeological Research Program, Mercyhurst College, 1998.
Historical Records Search and Archaeological Subsurface Testing for the Jefferson Davis Hospital Site at 1801 Allen Parkway Drive, Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Roger Moore and Richard Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2106. Houston: J.K. Wagner & Company, Inc. and Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the Medio Creek Water Treatment Plant, Bexar County, Texas, by Wilson W. McKinney. Robert J. Hard, C. Britt Bousman, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 1893. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the A-7 and D-15 Well Pads 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 Number 24. Lampasas, Texas: American Archaeological Group, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Coline Pipeline for Jet Oil, Inc. in the Sam Houston National Forest, San Jacinto County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: James S. Belew. Report of Investigations Number 25. Lampasas, Texas: American Archaeological Group, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Assessment of a 152-Acre Tract in Northwest Harris County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter. SWCA Cultural Resource Report 98-68. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Assessment of a 62-Acre Tract near League City, Galveston County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter. SWCA Cultural Resource Report 98-67. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of 1200 Acres at Wright Patman Lake and Lake O' the Pines, Bowie, Morris, and Marion Counties, Texas: 1998, by Steven M. Hunt, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations number 173. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Addendum to Cultural Resources Assessment and Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Cedar Park Wastewater Pipeline, Williamson County, Texas. TAP No. 1907. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Geoarchaeological Investigations of Rio Grande Terrace and Flood Plain Alluvium from Amistad Dam to the Gulf of Mexico, by Thomas C. Gustavson and Michael B. Collins. TAP No. 1810. Austin: Texas Archaeological Research Laboratory, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of Area of Offset Levee, Kaufman County Levee Improvement District No. 1, Kaufman County Texas, by Brandy Gibson, Paul Maslyk and Ross Fields, Principal Investigator. Technical Report, Number 37. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resource Management Report for the Proposed Mexico Tie 230-kV Transmission Line, Hidalgo County, Texas, by C. Russ Shortes. Principal Investigator: Victor J. Galan. Document No. 990096, PBS&J Job No. 20575. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
National Register of Historic Places, Research on Site 41FT455, Big Brown Mine, Permit 3C, Freestore County, Texas, by Sally J. Victor, David L. Sherman. Document No. 981899, PBS&J Job No. 20418. Austin: PBS&J, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of 23 Acres North of Del Rio, Val Verde, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations number 165. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
An Archaeological Survey of the "M" Area, South Marshall Project, Harrison County, Texas, by John E. Keller. Report of Investigations 6-98. Los Fresnos, Texas: Southern Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of 0.35 Acres North of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Judy Hennessee Cooper. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations number 180. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Hydrogeologic, Biological, and Archaeological Investigations of Caves and Karst Features, and Continued Biological Monitoring of Four Edwards Limestone Caves, Camp Bullis, Texas by George Veni, William R. Elliott, Ann M. Scott, Rickard S. Toomey, III, and James R. Reddell. San Antonio: George Veni & Associates, 1998.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed Beal Park, City of Midland, Midland County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2059. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Prehistory of the Rustler Hills: Granado Cave (41CU8), by Donny L. Hamilton. College Station: Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University, 1998.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Water System Improvements Project for Colonia Loma Pelona, Presidio County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1871. Report No. 466. Pecos, Texas: Frank X. Spencer and Associates, 1998.
Test Excavations at the Culebra Creek Site, 41BX126, Bexar County, Texas, by David L. Nickels, C. Britt Bousman, Jeff D. Leach, and Diane A. Cargill. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1782. Archaeological Survey Report No. 265. Archaeological Studies Program Report 3. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Texas Water Development Board 1997 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson, W. Hayden Whitsett. TAP No. 1779. Austin: Texas Water Development Board, 1998.
Texas Water Development Board 1997 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission Volume 2 by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson, W. Hayden Whitsett. TAP No. 1779. Austin: Texas Water Development Board, 1998.
Wright Patman Lake and Lake O' the Pines, Cass, Camp, Marion, and Morris Counties, Texas: Cultural Resources Survey 1996, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator, and Linda D. Lindsay. Dallas and Atlanta, Texas: LL Consultants, 1998.
National Register Testing of Prehistoric and Historic Sites and Survey of Placement Areas, Channel to Victoria, Calhoun and Victoria Counties, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus, Marie E. Blake, Martha Doty Freeman and Karl Kibler.Co-Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations, Number 121. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1999.
Ninteenth-Century Transfer-Printed Ceramics from the Texas Coast: The Quintana Collection, by Marie E. Blake and Martha Doty Freeman. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Quarry/Basin Project, City of San Antonio, Bexas County, Texas, by Doug Drake and Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2098. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-138. San Antonio: SWCA, Inc., Environmental Consultants, 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Country Club Drive Expansion, City of Pearland, Brazoria County, Texas, by Melinda Goelz, and Richard Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2062. Report of Investigations No. 237. Pearland, Texas: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Investigations at the National Windmill Project / Canyon Lakes Park, Lubbock, Texas, by Grant D. Hall, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1932. Lubbock: Grant D. Hall, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the City of Lubbock to Reese Sewer Connect, Western Lubbock County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. TAC No. 2037. PRIAM Project No. 9817. Lubbock: Susan R. Katz, 1998
An Archaeological Survey of Ethel Lee Tracy Park, Victoria County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Daniel J. Prikryl. TAP No. 2081. Letter Report of Investigations No. 10. Victoria: Frontera Archaeology, 1999.
Intensive Archaeological Survey at Wildhorse Lake Park, The City of Amarillo, Potter County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz and Katharyn Bartsch. Grant D. Hall, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2083. PRIAM Project No. 9825. Amarillo: Susana R. Katz, 1999.
Intensive Archaeological Survey for the Southeast Park Expansion Project, City of Canyon, Randall County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz and Katharyn Bartsch. Grant D. Hall, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2090. PRIAM Project No. 9826. Canyon, Texas: Susana R. Katz, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the Jett Road Water Project in Bexar County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Russ Brownlow. TAP No. 2096. Letter Report of Investigations No. 37. Bexar County: Archaeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Monitoring of the IH-610/Kelley Street Interchange Bypass Tract, Harris County, Texas, by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2034. Report of Investigations No. 233. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Greens Bayou Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas, by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2094. Report of Investigations No. 238. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey and History of Purtis Creek State Park, Henderson and Van Zandt Counties, Texas, by Logan McNatt, Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator, Sara E. Kirtland, Terri Myers, Eric Morley, and Paul Shuchert. TAP No. 1754. Austin: Texas Park and Wildlife, Cultural Resources Program, 1998.
Archaeological Survey and Testing in San Pedro Park (41BX19), San Antonio, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Robert J Hard and C. Britt Bousman, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 1976. Archaeological Survey Report No. 289. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Cultural Resource Incident at the Sandy Lake Road Swale, Carrollton, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 1637. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey in Grayson County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2100. Cultural Resources Report 99-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Investigation at Andrew Brown Community Park, Coppell, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2126. Cultural Resources Report 99-8. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of Proposed Landfill Expansion for the City of Littlefield, Lamb County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2095. Letter Report No. 426. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, 1999.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Clear Creek Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator, and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2055. Report of Investigations No. 236. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
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2001-158/2 Archaeological Survey of Proposed Expansion Area, City of Littlefield Wastewater Treatment Plant, Lamb County, Texas, by John W. Arnn, III, Sally Still Abbe, and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 2049. Technical Reports, No. 35. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of Southwest Block and Selected Roads and Firebreaks at Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas, by David L. Nickels, Lee C. Nordt, Timothy K. Perttula, C. Britt Bousman, and Kristi Miller. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2009. Archaeological Survey Report No. 290. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Excavations for the Upper Labor Dam Site, Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox, Edgar D. Johnson, and C. Britt Bousman. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 1755. Archaeological Survey Report No. 268. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of Neal Road, Bexar County, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1984. Letter Report No. 114. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Camp Elizabeth, Sterling County, Texas: An Archaeological and Archival Investigation of a U.S. Army Subpost, and Evidence Supporting Its Use by the Military and "Buffalo Soldiers", by Maureen Brown, José E. Zapata, and Bruce K. Moses. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1866. Archaeological Survey Report No. 267. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.
Archaeological Investigations of Rainwater Catchment Basins along the South Wall of Mission San José, San Antonio, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka and Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1945. Archaeological Survey Report No. 287. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of 35 Acres Near Eagle Pass, Maverick County, Texas, by David L. Nickels, Steve A. Tomka and Bradley J. Vierra. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1994. Archaeological Survey Report No. 292. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Archaeological Testing of 41BX323 and Portions of the Historic Second Waterworks Canal, Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Steve Carpenter, Lee C. Nordt, Chris Howell, and Chris Ringstaff. TAP No. 1897. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-62. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the 36.32 Acre Proposed Shelley V. Pate Memorial Park, Leon County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2120. Contract Report Number 63. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed 34-Acre City of Belton Northwest Community Park, Bell County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, and Doug Drake. TAP No. 2050. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-130. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1998.
A History of Quintana, a Nineteenth-Century Coastal Port in Brazoria County, Texas, by Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations, No. 117. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1998.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a 9000 LF Water Supply Main, Brazoria County, Texas, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: Bob d'Aigle. TAP No. 2036. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Portion of the 60 Inch Southside Water Main in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2061. Report No. 507. George West, Texas: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey/Testing of the Proposed GSC Lot 20 Parking Garage, Downtown City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Steve Carpenter, Marie E. Blake, Sue Moss, and Mark Holderby. TAP No. 2016. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-66. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Leonard City Park Expansion, by Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1938. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey for the City of Point, Rains County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2097. Cultural Resources Report 98-31. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Investigations at the Sam Houston Music Hall and Coliseum Complex, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1965. Report of Investigations No. 230. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of a 30-Acre Regional Detention Basin Site (HCFC Unit E500-10-00-Y001) on Whiteoak Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck. Principal Investigator: Richard B. Mahoney,. TAP No. 2056. Report of Investigations No. 234. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Elementary School No. 9 Location, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1980. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Supplemental Cultural Resources Survey for the Laredo Northwest International Bridge (Fourth Bridge), by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2038. Austin: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc., 1998.
Phase II Archaeological Test Excavations at Sites 41DL1066, 41BL1069, and 41BL1070 in Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Lee C. Nordt, and Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1772. Report of Investigations No. 17. Lampasas: American Archaeological Group, 1997.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the 32.67 Acre Site of the Proposed Austin's Colony Park in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2116. Contract Report No. 62. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Euel Moore Drive Project, Llano County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2093. Austin: PBS&J, 1998.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 520.6-Acre Drop Zone Site for Dyess Air Force Base, Runnels County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens and Daron G. Duke. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 199. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
North Main Base Cultural Resources Survey, Holloman Air Force Base, Otero County, New Mexico, by Mark Sale, Victor Gibbs, Melinda Landreth, Moira Ernst, Brian McCarson, and Regan Giese. Principal Investigator: Duane Peter. Report of Investigations, El Paso Office, No. 108. El Paso: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1996.
Projectile Points, Potsherds, Horseshoes, and Hand Grenades Evidence of the Human Legacy on Holloman Air Force Base from a Cultural Resource Sample Survey, Otero County, New Mexico, by Chris Lowery and Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. Report of Investigations No. 125EP. El Paso: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Investigations at Helen Hodges Park, City of Lubbock, Texas, by Susana R. Katz and Luc Litwinionek. TAP No. 2114. Lubbock: Katz & Litwinionek, 1999.
Cultural Resource Investigations at the Ducks Unlimited Marsh (DUM) Project, North Toledo Bend Reservoir, Shelby County, Texas, by David G. Robinson. Report 97-3. Austin: Borderlands Archaeological Research Unit, the University of Texas at Austin, 1997.
Cultural Resources Investigations Conducted for Cornerstone C&M Mining Operation, Limestone County, Texas, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: James A. Neely. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Monitoring of Core Drilling and Testing at Missions San Juan Capistrano and San Francisco de la Espada, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Anne A. Fox. Antiquities Committee Permit No. 375. San Antonio: A.A. Fox, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Water Pipeline Segment Crossing the Cowleech Fork, Sabine River for the Cash Water Supply Corporation, Hunt County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2171. Letter Report of Investigations No. 43. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Survey Investigations of the Proposed Maverick County Landfill Site, Eagle Pass, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Scott Seibel and Rachel Feit. TAP No. 2082. Archaeology Series No. 67. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1999.
An Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Smith Branch Wastewater System Expansion, Williamson County, Texas, by E. A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2141. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Public Works Parking Lot for The City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2113. Report No. 513. George West, Texas: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Addition to Eastham-Thomason Park, City of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, William E. Moore, and Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2157. Report of Investigations No. 244. Huntsville: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resource Reconnaissance of a Proposed Enron Fiber Optic Line, Houston to the Texas/Louisana Border, by Don Badon. Principal Investigator: W. Nicholas Trierweiler. TAP No. 2146. Project 25677. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the Fifteen Acre Proposed Simmang Park in Lee County, Texas, by William E. Moore. TAP No. 2122. Contract Report Number 64. BVRA Project No. 99-04. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1999.
Cultural Resource Investigations and Archaeological Inventory of the Baytown Nature Center Park, City of Baytown, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator, Roger G. Moore and Sue Winton Moss. TAP No. 2135. Report of Investigations No. 243. Baytown, Texas: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1999.
Magnetometer and Side-Scan Sonar Investigations, SH 332 at the Brazos River, Brazoria County, Texas, by Robert Gearhart, Principal Investigator and James Schmidt. TAP No. 2148. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey at Westlake High School, Travis County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator: James A. Neely. TAP No. 2143. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey in the Lumberton MUD, Hardin County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator: John Keller. TAP No. 2163. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Heath City Parks, Rockwall County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2134. Cultural Resources Report 99-11. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Investigation Adjacent to the TREES CEMETARY, Duncanville, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2147. Cultural Resources Report 99-16. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Investigations at Fort Brown (41CF96), Cameron County, Texas, by Mark J. Hartmann, Principal Investigator, TAP No. 1560, David D. Kuehn, Principal Investigator, TAP No. 1950, and Jeffrey L. Johnson. College Station: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1999.
The Paisano Interchange Project: Cultural Resource Reconnaissance Results and Recommendations, by John A. Peterson, Timothy B. Graves and Mark Willis. Principal Investigator: David V. Hill. TAP No. 2101. El Paso: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Texas State History Museum, Outlot 43E, Downtown City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Doug Drake, Sue Moss, and Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2045. SWCA Cultural Resource Report 98-136. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Final Report, Diver Valuation of Eighteen Unidentified Remote Sensing Targets Offshore Quintana, Texas, by Michael C. Tuttle. TAP No. 2123. Memphis, TN: Panamerican Maritime, L.L.C., 1999.
Archaeological Survey for the Gary Job Corps Wastewater Improvement Project, Caldwell and Hays Counties, Texas, by John W. Arnn, III. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2115. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Evaluation of the Cisco Water Pipeline, Eastland County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2128. Cultural Resources Report 99-13. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Mabank Linear Park, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2127. Cultural Resources Report 99-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Rhome Sewer Plant site, Wise County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2151. Cultural Resources Report 99-14. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Results and Recommendations from Archaeological Survey at Four Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) North Central Corridor, Stations: Walnut Hill, Forest Lane, LBJ Central, and Spring Valley, by Russell D. Greaves, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2132. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Monitoring of the Excavation of Bore Trenches Adjacent to the San Juan Acequia, San Antonio, Texas, by Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2028. Letter Report No. 35. San Antonio: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Research on the Texas Governor's Mansion (41TV1872), Austin, Texas, by Marie E. Blake, Principal Investigator and Karl W. Kibler. TAP No. 2041. Technical Reports No. 38. Austin, Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 1999.
Final Report, Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Alden Bridge Village Park, The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: John E. Keller. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey and Site Relocation for a JTF-6 Action near Van Horn, Texas, by Chris Lowry. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 142EP. El Paso: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1998, by Andrew F. Malof and Daniel J. Prikryl. Co-Principal Investigators: Bruce R. Nightengale and Daniel J. Prikryl. TAP No. 1933. Annual Report No. 8. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 1999.
A Summary of the Archaeological Sites in the Tom Mays, Hitt Canyon, and Tin Mine Units of Franklin Mountains State Park, El Paso County, Texas, by Matthew Tomaso. Principal Investigators: Ronald W. Ralph and Solveig A. Turpin. TAP Nos. 556 and 1492. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 1999.
The Hackberry Creek Archaeological Site, Irving, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 2109. Cultural Resources Report 99-7. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of 1,925 Acres at Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas, by Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations No. 123. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
"Val Verde on the Sunny Rio Grande", Geoarchaeological and Historical Investigations at San Felipe Springs, Val Verde County, Texas, by Gemma Mehalchick, Terri Myers, Karl W. Kibler and Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 1880 and 1905. Reports of Investigations No. 122. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
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2001-158/3 Historical and Archaeological Investigations along the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority's San Marcos Raw Water Pipelines, Hays, Caldwell, Comal, and Guadalupe Counties, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1894. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 236. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
Excavations at the Walleye Creek Site (42LE57), Lee County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of 483 Acres near Greens Bayou in Northeast Harris County, Texas, by Molly F. Goodwin, Principal Investigator, and William J. Weaver. Heritage Management Series Survey Report No. 10. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1999.
An Archeological Survey of a Proposed Trinity River Authority Water Line Project, Walker County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, Roger G. Moore, and Lee Nordt. TAP No. 1634. Report of Investigations No. 171. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Nichols Green Park - Phase II, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2256. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey and Geomorphological Assessment for the Proposed Spring Lake Water Line, Hays County, Texas, by John W. Arnn III and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2166. Technical Reports No. 41. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Rittenhouse to Canino Channel Improements, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2240. Report of Investigations No. 252. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Bringle Lake Park, Texarkana, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2225. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Survey Investigations along FM 1431 and Cottonwood Creek, Cedar Park, Texas, by Rachael Feit and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2214. Cedar Park: Hicks & Company, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of Upper Jackson Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by Allan D. Meyers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2195. Report of Investigations No. 249. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Buttercup to Jollyville 138-KV Transmission Line, Williamson County, Texas, by James D. Malmros. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2183. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Hubbard Lakes City Park, Hill County, Texas, by Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator, David O. Brown, James T. Jones and Joseph Sanchez. TAP No. 2169. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 1999.
South IH-35 Annexed Areas: A Short Archaeological and Geomorphological Survey Along Slaughter Creek; Travis County Texas, by Scott Seibel and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2084. Archaeology Series No. 70. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1999.
Archeological Survey Report, City of Round Rock Multi-Purpose Stadium Project, Willliamson County, Texas by Eric.A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2080. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Investigations, 518 and 622 East Crockett Street and High Potential Area Evaluation, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, Summary Report, by Melissa Willson Voellinger. Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1910. Archaeology Series 2. Austin: Cedar Valley Environmental Services, 1999.
Archaeological Monitoring and Geomorphic Assessment of the Proposed Pemex Interconnect Pipeline, Hidalgo County, Texas, by Brandon S. Young, Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, and Shane Prochnow. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-66. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Freedman's Cemetary, Site 41DL316, Dallas Texas. Assessment of Sex, Age at Death, Stature, and Date of Interment for Excavated Burials, by Cynthia G. Condon, Joy L Becker, Heather J.H. Edgar, Jame M. Davidson, Jeurena R. Hoffman, Daniel Kysar, Susan Moorhead, Victoria M. Owens, and Keith Condon. Principal Investigator: Jerry Henderson. TAP No. 991. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 1998
41MV120: A Stratified Late Archaic Site in Maverick County, Texas, by Bradley J Vierra. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Brit Bousman. TAP No. 1622. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 251, Center for Archaeological Research, the University of Texas at San Antonio. Archaeological Studies Program, Report No. 7, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation. San Antonio, 1998.
Archeological Survey of the Williamson County Raw Water Pipeline, Williamson and Bell Counties, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, James T. Jones, and Charley Jennings. TAP No. 1813. PPA Cultural Resources Report Number 0220. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1998.
Cultural Resources Investigation for the New High School, Caddo Mills Independent School District, Hunt County, Texas, by Sue E. Linder- Linsley, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2243. Dallas: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 1999.
Archaeological Investigations of Proposed Renovations for The Texas School for the Deaf, City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Doug Drake, Sue Moss, Joe Freeman, and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2046. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-173. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Evaluation and Geoarcheological Investigations of a 12-Acre Tract at Stemmons Crossing, Dallas, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens. Principal Investigator: Duane E Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 183. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Water Pumping Stations, Travis County, Texas, by Michelle R. Dippel, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2235. Document No. 991370. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Brownfield Wind Farn Project, Terry County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2023. Document No. 981248. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 1998.
Reconnaissance - Level Study of Historic Period Resources, Selected areas along the GIWW, High Island to Brazos River Floodgate, Brazoria, Chambers, and Galveston Counties, Texas, by Steven D. Hoyt. Contract No. DACW64-94-D-0002. Document No. 970729. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Crescendo Resources L.P. Parcell A #3-35 Wellpad, Roberts County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project 9915, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Well Pad Location at Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Potter County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project 9911, 1999.
Archaeological Survey and Monitoring along Select Portions of the San Antonio Water System's Water Recycling Program, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, Chris Howell, and Brandon Young. TAP No. 1913. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-63. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Reconnaissance of Upper Fresno Canyon Rim, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Texas, by Joseph M. Sanchez. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Mallouf. TAP No. 1723. Alpine, Texas: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Seismic Exchange, Inc. Seismic Lines in the Jack Gore Baygall / Neches Bottom Unit of The Big Thicket National Preserve, Hardin and Jasper Counties, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Joseph M. Sanchez, Roger G. Moore. MAC 98-98, 99-01. Report of Investigations No. 240. Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Investigation of Texas Adventure Trails - Ringling Lake Park, Eastland County, Texas, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2164. Dallas: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 1999.
An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey for the Proposed Zimmerman Lane Water and Wastewater Improvements Project, Travis County, Texas. TAP No. 2092. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1999.
Archaeological Survey at the Site of the Rio Hondo Water Treatment Plant, Cameron County Texas, by Rachel Feit. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. Archaeology Series No. 75. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1999.
Archaeological Test Excavations at Five Prehistoric Sites at the Proposed Malden Lake Park Expansion, Wright Patman Lake, Bowie County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens, and Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigators: Duane E Peter, and Maynard B. Cliff. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 189 Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Texas Pipeline 2, Cultural Resource Documentation, by Timothy C. Klinger, James W. Smith, Don R. Dickson, Alan J. Hawkins, John L. Gray, IV. Historic Preservation Associates Reports 99-09. Fayetteville, AR: Historic Preservation Associates, 1999.
Testing at the San Felipe de Austin Townsite (41AU2) and Archaeological Survey at Stephen F. Austin State Historical Park, Austin County, Texas, by Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator, Amy Ringstaff, Carlos Beceiro, and Paul Shuchert. TAP No. 1661. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 1999.
Final Report, Cultural Resources Investigation along La Belle Road, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2223. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Material Borrow Pit near Fabens, El Paso County, Texas, by Chris Lowry. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. TAP No. 1983. Report of Investigations No. 139EP. Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Archaeological Survey in the Tenison West Golf Course, Dallas, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 2089. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Levee at Proctor Lake, Comanche County, Texas, by Kimberly Kvernes. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 434. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc. 1999.
Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Guadalupe Power Project, Guadalupe County, Texas, by Doug Drake. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2107. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-60. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archival Research and Historic Sites Testing - Houston-Galvesston Navigation Channels, Texas Project - Galveston, Harris, Liberty, and Chambers Counties, Texas, by Eugene Foster, and James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Steven D. Hoyt. TAP No. 1825. Document No. 971726R. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
An Archeological Survey Along Six Seismic Survey Lines in Caprock Canyons State Park, Briscoe County, Texas, by Jack T. Hughes, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 748. Canyon, Texas: Jack T. Hughes, 1989.
Final Report, Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed 8.5-Acre Wastewater Treatment Plant in Hankamer, Chambers County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2211. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Thermo Mine Permit 5D, 1,273-Acre Expansion Area, by David L. Sherman, Principal Investigator. Document No. 990922, PBS&J Job No. 440419. Austin: PBS&J, 1998.
Magnetometer and Side-Scan Sonar Investigations - Proposed Eagle Asphalt Barge Dock, Harris County, Texas, by Robert L. Gearhart II. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. TAP No. 2208. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
An Archeological Survey of the City of Austin's Proposed Lockerbie Lift Station Relief Project, Travis County, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2079. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of High Probability Area within Two Dow Chemical Company Tracts in Brazoria County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 435. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc. 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Substation and 345-kV Transmission Line - Bastrop County, Texas, by C. Ross Shortes, and Jim Malmros. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. TAP No. 2244. Document No. 991360. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Water Reuse Pipeline Corridor, Fort Sam Houston, Bexar County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 438. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc. 1999.
Archaeological, Natural Resource and Manmade Hazard Survey of Proposed 20-Inch Gas Pipeline Route in Galveston Bay from a Transtexas Production Platform in Tract 331 to San Leon in Tract 308, by Robert L. Gearhart II, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2027. Austin: PBS&J, 1998.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Greens Bayou Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator, and Joseph M. Sanchez. TAP No. 2215. Report of Investigations No. 251. Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Archeological Investigations of Blocks 33 (41TV1887) and 34 (41TV1888): The Austin Convention Center Expansion Project, by Susan W. Dial, and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2167. Archeology Series No. 73. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
An Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed South First Street Extension by the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, by James T. Jones, Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, Glenn T. Goode, and Pamela Folds. TAP No. 2067. Paul Price Cultural Resources Report Number 265. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
An Intensive Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Monticello H-Area 107-Acre Incidental Boundary Revision and NRHP Assessment of Site 41TT816 - A Pre-Civil War Homestead, Titus County, Texas, by David L. Sherman, Principal Investigator. Document No. 9900491, PBS&J Job No. 440632. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Tri-Community Water Supply Project, Caldwell County, Texas, by James D. Malmros. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. Document No. 991427, PBS&J Job No. 440213. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Commonwealth Blvd. (University Blvd.) Extension Project, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Brandy G. Lim, Principal Investigator, Frederic B. Pearl, and Sue W. Moss. TAP No. 2217. QCI Report of Investigations No. 2. Houston: Quadrant Consultants, Inc., 1999.
Archaeology of the Ojasen (41EP289) and Gobernadora (41EP321) Sites, El Paso County, Texas, by Harry J. Shafer, Principal Investigator; John E. Dockall, Robbie L. Brewington. TAP No. 292. Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, Reports of Investigation No. 2. The Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, and Archeology Studies Program, Report 13, 1999.
Excavations at the Bluff Creek Sites: 41MK10 and 41MK27, McCulloch County, Texas, by Ann M. Irwin, Brett A. Houk, and Doug Drake. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 232. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-61. Environmental Affairs Division, Archeology Studies Program, Report 16. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Survey and Assessment of Recorded Anomolies: Port Mansfield Entrance Channel Jetties - Willacy County, Texas, by Robert L. Gearhart II, Principal Investigator, and James Steven Schmidt. TAP No. 1896. Document No. 990208R, PBS&J Job No. 19263. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Kimzey Park, Colleyville, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2257. Cultural Resources Report 99-40. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Testing at SH 16 Elm Creek to Watson Road, Bexar County, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill. Principal Investigator: C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2085. Letter Report No. 122. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
An Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed Wastewater Improvements by The City of Victoria, Victoria County, Texas, by Richard W. Walter, Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and James T. Jones. TAP No. 2053. Paul Price Cultural Resources Report Number 261. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
Results of an Archaeological Assessment of the Proposed City of Austin Reclamation Initiative, Phase I, Travis County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter and Kevin A. Miller. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 98-64. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the 10 Inch Force Main Relocation Project in West-Central Polk County, Texas, by William E. Moore. TAP No. 2266. Contract Report Number 72. Project No. 99-12. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1999.
Exhumation and Analysis of Two Historic Burials from the Camposanto at Santa Rosa Hospital, San Antonio Texas, by Anthony Lyle. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Archaeological Survey Report No. 276. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of Seventeen Proposed Site Locations for the Installation of Light Pole Cement Pads in and around Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Jeffrey J. Durst. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Letter Report, No. 124. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Cultural Resource Investigations at Thomason Plantation, City of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas, by Allan D. Meyers. Report of Investigations No. 224. Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Recycled Water Line Through James Park, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Doug Drake and Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2262. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-69. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Improvements to the Lilly Grove Special Utility District - Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Report 99-8. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 1999.
Report on the Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bracken #3-55 Production Pipeline in Hemphill County, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey, Principal Investigator. RSA Report No. 9919301C. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Solid Waste Landfill Site for The City of Shamrock, Wheeler County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, and Kent Hicks, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2246. PRIAM Project 9913b, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Solid Waste Landfill Site for The City of Matador, Motley County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, and Kent Hicks, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2249. PRIAM Project 9913a, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of Proposed South Belton Sewer Improvements for the City of Belton, Bell County, Texas, by Jennifer McWilliams. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 2283. Letter Report No. 439. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc. 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Gosling Road Extension and Associated Ditch Alignment, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2279. Report of Investigations No. 256. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Dinosaur Valley State Park, Somervell County, Texas, by Stephen M. Carpenter, Dan K. Utley, Steve Carlson and Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 1695. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Saums Road Expansion, Addicks Reservoir, Harris County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2274. Report of Investigations No. 255. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
A Geoarchaeological Investigation of the Brushy Creek Regional Wastewater System, Contract 2 Extension - Williamson County, Texas, by Robert Rogers. TAP No. 2133. Document No. 991238. PBS&J Job No. 440602. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Horizon Project Location - Williamson County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2275. Document No. 991414. PBS&J Job No. 440210. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Final Report, Cultural Resources Investigation of a Proposed Sewer Line Project, The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2258. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Intensive Archaeological Survey of Two Locations for the Crescendo Resources, L.P. Buckthal #4-56 Well-Pad in Hemphill County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project 9919, 1999.
Archaeological Survey for a Metering Line at Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, Hutchinson County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project 9924, 1999.
Archaeological Survey and Geomorphological Assessment of a 31-Mile Pipeline Route, Aquilla Lake to The City of Cleburne, Hill and Johnson Counties, Texas, by John W. Arnn III and E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2019. Technical Reports No. 42. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Intensive Survey along US 79 in Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas, by Scott Seibel. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2168. Archeology Series No. 71. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1999.
Archeological Investigations at Upland Sites 41ZP39 and 41ZP176 for TransTexas Gas Well Site USA #3 - Falcon Reservoir, Zapata County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg and Carlos Cordova. Technical Report No. 22347.
Archaeological Monitoring at Upland Sites Sites 41ZP39 and 41ZP176 for TransTexas Gas Well Site USA #3 - Falcon Reservoir, Zapata County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg. Technical Report No. 23224. Houston: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1999.
The Denbigh Project: Initial Observation on a Civil War Blockade-Runner and its Wreck-Site, by J. Barto Arnold III, Principal Investigator; Thomas J. Oertling, and Andrew W. Hall. TAP No. 1916. College Station, TX: Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Wind Power Turbine Locations, Culberson County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk and Elton R. Prewitt, Principal Investigator. Technical Reports No. 43. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc. 1999.
Archaeological Assessment of Four GLO Tracts in Walker County, Texas, by Doug Drake, TAP No. 2073. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-135. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Burried Archaeological Site Potential in the Dallas Floodway Project Area, by Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator; David Shanabrook, Steven M. Hunt, Whitney Autin, Marsha Prior. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 187 Plano: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of Water Reuse Pipeline Corridor, Fort Sam Houston, Bexar County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 438. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
The Intensive Survey of Area B of the Johnson State Office Building Project: African-American Historic Occupation in Austin, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator; Mark Parsons and Scott Seibel. TAP No. 1681. Archeology Series No. 66. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
Archeological Investigations at Ashton Villa House Museum, Galvestson County, Texas, by Allan D. Meyers. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 604. Report of Investigations No. 235. Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey and Geoarcheological Investigation of the Proposed Lake Chapman Water Supply Project Phase II Pipeline - Collin and Denton Counties, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens and Brandy Gibson. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 2119. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 181. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Relief Route Around Corrigan, Texas. Principal Investigators: David Sherman and Michael Nash. TAP No. 1953. Document No. 981161. Austin: Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey of a 12.27-Acre Tract of Vacant Land in Rockport, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 2273. Corpus Christi: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1999.
Geophysical Survey Report - Block 885-S - Texas State Waters - Mustang Island Area. TAP No. 2261. Prairieville, LA: KC Offshore, L.L.C., 1999.
Cultural Resource Survey for Four In-Line Amplification Stations Along US 90, Val Verde, Terrell, and Brewster Counties, Texas, by Christopher A. Turnbow and Timothy Marshall. Project 27410. Albuquerque, NM: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Sewer Relief Line for the Major Sewer Outfall Improvement Program, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, and Richard K. Meadows. TAP No. 2185. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-62. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of the City of Longview Water Pipeline Project Right-of-Way from Lake O' the Pines to Judson, Gregg, Harrison, and Marion Counties, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator; Bo Nelson and Bobby Gonzalez. TAP No. 2131. Letter Report of Investigations No. 29. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed Recreational Trail for the Northtown Municipal Utility District, Travis County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams and Amy M. Holmes. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2303. Letter Report No. 446. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
The History and Archaeological Evaluation of the Pole Yard Property, Austin, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and S. Christopher Caran.. TAP No. 2236. Cultural Resources Report 2001-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
Archaeological Survey for the SRA Utility Pipelines Project, Shelby, Panola, and Rusk Counties, Texas, by Doug Drake. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2201. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-68. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Surveys Conducted at Point Venture on Lake Travis, Travis County, Texas, by Doug Drake. TAP No. 2091. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-244. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Port of Houston Authority's Bayport Property, Harris County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Sue Winton Moss. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2069. Technical Reports No. 45. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Results of Cultural Resources Inventory of Proposed Right of Way for 21-Inch Sanitary Sewer Main along McWhorther Creek from Fish Hatchery Road to East Hill Park Road, Lewisville, Texas, by Thaddeus Hasse and Rebecca Procter. Report of Investigations No. 3. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a Proposed 1.3-Mile Gas Pipeline, Hemphill County, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Letter Report No. 41. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of 1999 Water Sewer Systems for the City of Mount Pleasant New Municipal Airport, Titus County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2253. Letter Report of Investigations No. 34. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Excavations at 41BX323 - Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk; Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator; Richard K. Meadows and Christpher W. Ringstaff. TAP No. 2039. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 99-67. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of Phase II of the Avinger-Jefferson Pipeline Right-of-Way, Marion and Cass Counties, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator; Bo Nelson and Bobby Gonzalez. TAP No. 2099. Letter Report of Investigations No. 26. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator; and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2207. Letter Report of Investigations No. 32. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Windermer Dam Project - Panola County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Report 99-1. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2000.
Report on the Archaeological Survey of the Proposed of the Proposed Mathers Production Pipeline in Gray County, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey, Principal Investigator. RSA Report No. 9922501. Norman, OK: Roberts/Schornick & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Mission San José Southeast Gate Waterline Installation, Bexar County, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2220. Letter Report, No. 126. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Archival Research for the Downtown Sheraton Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. Letter Report, No. 123. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Mission San José Repointing and Underpinning Project, San Antonio, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka, Anne A. Fox, and Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1841. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 294. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999.
Extensive Shovel-Testing of Prehistoric Site 41AT179, San Miguel Mine, Atascosa County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. Technical Report No. 15. Austin: TAS, Inc., 1999.
Assessment of Cultural Resources Properties within Proposed Flood Control Project Areas along San Felipe Creek and Cantu Branch of Ciengas Creek, Val Verde County, Texas, by Eben S. Cooper and Judy H. Cooper. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 197. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed West Fork Relief Interceptor WF-G, Dallas County, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2222. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 198. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archaeology Survey of the Bayside Park & Pier Project - Refugio County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 1974. Report No. 494. George West, Texas: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1998.
An Intensive Cultural Resource Survey for Proposed Transmission Line and Substation near Canton, Randall County, Texas, Marybeth S.F. Tomka and Tim Graves. Principal Investigator: Howard C. Higgins. Project 26556. Albuquerque, NM: TRC, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed California Lane Neighborhood Park, City of Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2304. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 203. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a 23-Acre Expansion Area at the Wilson Creek Plant near Lucas, Collin County, Texas, by Charles M. Clow. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2271. Letter Report No. 39. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
An Intensive Cultural Resource Survey for Proposed Transmission Line and Substation near Amarillo, Potter and Randall Counties, Texas, Marybeth S.F. Tomka and Tim Graves. Principal Investigator: Howard C. Higgins. Project 26556. Albuquerque, NM: TRC, 1999.
An Intensive Cultural Resource Survey for Proposed Transmission Line and Substation near Lockney County, Texas, Marybeth S.F. Tomka and Tim Graves. Principal Investigator: Howard C. Higgins. Project 26556. Albuquerque, NM: TRC, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Environmental Restoration Areas along the Old West Fork of the Trinity River, Dallas County, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson and Maynard B. Cliff. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 196. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Final Report, Backhoe Monitoring of a Proposed 20-Inch Natural Gas Pipeline, San Jacinto State Park, Harris County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2282. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 520.6-Acre Drop Zone Site for Dyess Air Force Base, Runnels County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens and Daron G. Duke. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 199. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Excavation of the Priest Quarters, Mission San Francisco de la Espada, 41BX4, San Antonio, Texas, by José E. Zapata, Maureen J. Brown, and Jeffrey J. Durst. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2076. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 295. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Tool-Stone Procurement Area on Callahan Divide - A Survey of Camp Barkeley, Taylor County, Texas, by Alston V. Thoms. TAP No. 2121. Technical Report No. 2. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2000.
Cultural Resources and Bioarchaeological Investigations at the Dallas Convention Center and Pioneer Cemetery, Dallas, Texas, by Judy Hennessee Cooper, Angela L. Tiné, Marsha Prior, Charles M. Clow, David Shanabrook, and Ed Salo. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP Nos. 2142 and 2219. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 205. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
City of San Marcos Spring Lake Water Line Archeological Investigations - Hays County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, Frank Weir, John W. Clark, William J. Weaver, S. Chris Caran, Chris Ringstaff, Tiffany Terneny, Kirk D. French and Tracie Stone. TAP No. 2229. Archeological Investigations Report No. 3. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2000.
Final Report - A Cultural Resources Survey of the City of Uvalde's Municipal Golf Course Expansion Project, Uvalde County, Texas, by Alton K. Briggs, Eric Oksanen, andEric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2129. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Investigation - Intensive Survey at Woodlands Trunk Sewer Survey Project - The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator, and David E. Bruner. TAP No. 2260. Houston: Cultural Resource Consultants, 2000.
An Intensive Cultural Resource Survey for Proposed Transmission Line in Northern Carson County, Texas, Catherine M. Heyne and Christopher A. Turnbow, Principal Investigator. Project 29007. Albuquerque, NM: TRC, 2000.
Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Town Creek Park Hike and Bike Trail Project Area, City of Lockhart, Caldwell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, James S. Belew, Principal Investigator; Herbert G. Uecker and Richard A. Hubbard. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Testing and Monitoring of a Service Drive at Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Antonio, Texas, by Diane A. Cargill and Rick C. Robinson. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1908. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 296. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Cultural Resource Investigation of the Proposed Kleb Woods Nature Preserve in Northwestern Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator, and Darren K. Schubert. TAP No. 2441. Report of Investigations No. 279. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Block 13: Archeological Survey on University Lands, Crockett County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1414. Cultural Resources Report 5. Austin: Borderlands Archaeological Research Unit, the University of Texas at Austin, 2000.
Archeological Monitoring at the Houston Astrodomain Exhibit Hall Complex, Harris County, Texas, by Eleanor S. Dahlin. Principal Archeologist: Abigail P. Beck. TAP No. 2366. MAC 00-38. Report of Investigations No. 271. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Report of a Phase I Survey of the TDCJ Jester Unit Well Head Site, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Jorge Garcia-Herreros. TAP No. 2450. Houston: BHE Environmental, Inc., 2000.
HJN 000283 AR Archeological Survey of Windvale Park - Montgomery County, Texas, by Patrick McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2462. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2000.
An Intensive Cultural Resource Survey for Proposed Transmission Line, Near Pampa, Gray and Roberts Counties, Texas, by Doug Loebig and Toni R. Goar. Principal Investigator: Christopher A. Turnbow. Project 27820. Albuquerque, NM: TRC, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey in El Paso County for the Level 3 Fiber Optic Network, by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2152. Austin: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc., 2000.
Phase IA Cultural Resources Investigation for a Proposed Fiber-Optic Line through the Southeastern Portions of Texas by Price Laird, Rebecca Turley, and Paul D. Jackson, Principal Investigator. Tuscaloosa, AL: Panamerican Consultants, Inc., 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Interstate 10 Rest Area and Significance Testing of Site 41GU63, Guadalupe County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile and Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2400. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-132. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of a Wireless Tower Site in Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Richard A. Hubbard, Principal Investigator, and James S. Belew. Report of Investigations No. 37. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Maple Street Park Project for the City of Lockhart, Caldwell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, James S. Belew, Principal Investigator; Herbert G. Uecker and Richard A. Hubbard. TAP No. 2287. Report of Investigations No. 33. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2000.
The McAllister Park Roadway System Extension Project, San Antonio, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka and Rick C. Robinson. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2247. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 301. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed DOW Centennial Bottomlands Park, Trail and Campground, Brazoria County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Archeologist. TAP No. 2421. Report of Investigations No. 276. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Crystal City Municipal Landfill Extension, Several County, Texas, by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2298. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 305. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Archeological Testing at 41GD112, La Villa de la Bahía, by Robert A. Ricklis, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2112. Studies in Archeology 34. Archeology Studies Program, Report No. 15. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 2000.
The Woodrow Heard Site, 41UV88 - A Holocene Terrace Site in the Western Balcones Canyonlands of Southwestern Texas, by Susan Decker, Stephen L Black and Thomas Gustavson. Principal Investigators: Stephen L. Black and Darrell G. Creel. TAP No. 288. Studies in Archeology 33. Archeology Studies Program, Report No. 14. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Mendoza - Dump Hill Transmission Line Replacement Project - Caldwell County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator; Alexander G. Pugh, Robert M. Rogers. TAP No. 2404. Document No. 000252. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Archaeological Testing and Monitoring for the Phase III D-S Sewer Project San Elizario Presidio and Plaza Historic District - El Paso County, Texas, by Harding Polk II, and Anthony E. Martinez. TAP No. 2352. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-63. Albuquerque, NM: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of a Clay Mining Area and Building Site in Brown County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Richard A. Hubbard, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 30. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey of Proposed Koch-Golbow Homestead Replication Site in Bear Creek Park - Addicks Reservoir, Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator, and Darren K. Schubert. Report of Investigations No. 277. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Historic Overview and Archival Archaeological Investigation for the San Antonio River Improvements Project: Houston to Lexington Segment, by I. Waynne Cox, and Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2181. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 299. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Cultural Resources Remote-Sensing Survey of the Borrow Source Area, Nourishment of Gilchrist Beach, Galveston County, Texas by Charles E. Pearson and Richard A. Weinstein. TAP No. 2455. Baton Rouge, LA: Coastal Environments, Inc., 2000.
Prehistoric Occupation of Mine Creek in the Catfish Creek Watershed, Henderson County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2000-30. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Spring Canyon and Stilling Basin Burn Units, Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, Hutchinson County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator, and Paul Katz. PRIAM Project 0001.
Excavations at 41BX323, the Witte Museum Parcel - Archaic Period Occupations on the Banks of the San Antonio River, Bexar County, Texas, by Frances H. Meskill, Leslie C. Shaw, and Stephen L Black. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1585. Technical Series 50. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, 2000.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a 109-Acre Reclamation Area for 35 Riverside LTD, Dallas County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 47. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Excavations at Site 41HP200 - Hopkins County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. Document No. 000211. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Results of an Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Expansion to the Texas Youth Commission's Juvenile Detention Facility in Mart, McLennan County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2513. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-236. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
An Educational Curriculum Based on the Freedman's Cemetery Project, Dallas, Texas.
Freedman's Cemetary: A Legacy of A Pioneer Black Community in Dallas Texas - Volume 1, by Duane E. Peter, Marsh Prior, Melissa M. Green, and Victoria G. Clow. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu. TAP No. 991. Special Publication No. 6. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Freedman's Cemetary: A Legacy of A Pioneer Black Community in Dallas Texas - Volume 2, by Duane E. Peter, Marsh Prior, Melissa M. Green, and Victoria G. Clow. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu. TAP No. 991. Special Publication No. 6. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Electric Power Line Right-of-way on the Cross Bar Property, Potter Co. Texas, by: John D. Northcutt. BLM Report No. CRR # 04-99-16. Moore, OK: Bureau of Land Management, 2000.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey on the 290-Acre Kit McConnico Park, Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2281. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey for the City of Sanford Waste Water Treatment Plant, Hutchinson County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator, and Paul Katz. PRIAM Project 0014, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of a 51-Mile Pipeline Route, O.H. Ivie Reservoir to the City of Abilene, Runnels and Taylor Counties, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams, Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator; and Amy M. Holmes. TAP No. 2378. Technical Reports No. 50. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Search for L'Aimable, by Ralph L. Wilbanks, Wes Hall, and Gary E. Wilbanks. TAP No. 1852. Scottsale, AZ: National Underwater and Maritime Agency, 2000.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Phase I Portion of the 300-acre Poorman Tract, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator, and Darren K. Schubert. Report of Investigations No. 280. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Phase II Archaeological Survey Investigations of the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator; and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2454. Report of Investigations No. 41. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Enlisted Men's Barracks 2 Restoration, Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, San Angelo, Texas: An Archeological Investigation, by Karen Fields. Principal Investigator: Kathleen S. Roland. TAP No. 1865. San Angelo, TX: Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, 2000.
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2001-158/6 Archaeological Survey for the Sylvester-McCaulley Water Supply Corporation, Fisher County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigator, and Paul Katz. PRIAM Project 0007, 2000.
Archeological Survey for the Rose Hill Wastewater Treatment Plant and Effluent Pipeline Project, Harris County, Texas, by Marianne Marek. TNRCC TPDES Permit # 14174-001. Wallis, TX: Marianne Marek, Archeological Consultant, 2000.
Archeological Investigations at the Lakes of Mission Grove Sewage Treatment Plant Site, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Marianne Marek. TNRCC TPDES Permit # 19174-001. Wallis, TX: Marianne Marek, Archeological Consultant, 2000.
1999 Excavations at Mission Rosario, by David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2221. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 298. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Cultural Resource Survey of Harris County Flood Control District Land Acquisition ID M125-00-00-E001, Northwest Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator, and Darren K. Schubert. TAP No. 2442. Report of Investigations No. 278. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Assessment of the Schertz-Seguin Water Supply System, Gonzales and Guadalupe Counties, Texas, by Jeff Turpin, Principal Investigator. Technical Report No. 16. Austin: TAS, Inc., 2000.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of an 87.386 Acre Tract, The R.J. Bratton Survey Abstract Number 839 Located in Southern Newton County, Texas, by William E. Moore. Contract Report Number 75. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2000.
An Archaeological Assessment of San Pedro Park (41BX19), San Antonio, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1929. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 269. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
A Phase I Cultural Reources Survey of the Badu Park Improvements Llano, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, James S. Belew, Principal Investigator; and K. Lee Hilliard. TAP No. 2058. Report of Investigations No. 27. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2000.
Life and Death as Seen at the Bessie Kruze Site (41WM 13) on the Blackland Prairie of Williamson County, Texas, by LeRoy Johnson. Principal Investigator: Nancy Adele Kenmotsu. TAP No. 774. Report 22 2000. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeology Studies Program, 2000.
Mission Dolores de los Ais (41SA25), San Augustine County, Texas by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator; Heather A. Brown, Mary G. Canavan, Sharon Toups. TAP No. 419. Texas State Department of Highways and Public Transportation Highway Design Division. Nacogdoches, TX: Stephen F. Austin State University, Papers in Anthropology, No. 5, 1990.
Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator; Jeffrey M. Williams, Victor J Galan & Rebecca St. John. TAP Nos. 1121. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 1994.
Eagle's Ridge: A Stratified Archaic and Clear Lake Period Shell Midden, Wallisville Lake Project Area, Chambers County, Texas - Volume 1, by H. Blaine Ensor. Principal Investigators: H. Blaine Ensor and Duane E. Peter. Report of Investigations No. 4. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Eagle's Ridge: A Stratified Archaic and Clear Lake Period Shell Midden, Wallisville Lake Project Area, Chambers County, Texas - Volume 2, Data Compendium, by H. Blaine Ensor. Principal Investigators: H. Blaine Ensor and Duane E. Peter. Report of Investigations No. 4. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1998.
Historical Research Preliminary to National Register Assessments of 719 Historic Sites at Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas, by Jennifer A. Stabler. Research Reports No. 36. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
National Register Testing of 19 Prehistoric Archeological Sites at Fort Hood, Texas: The 1995 Season, by Gemma Mehalchick, Karl Kleinbach, Douglas K. Boyd, Steve A. Tomka, and Karl W. Kibler. Research Reports No. 37. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
National Register Testing of 42 Prehistoric Archeological Sites at Fort Hood, Texas: The 1996 Season, by Karl Kleinbach, Gemma Mehalchick, Douglas K. Boyd, and Karl W. Kibler. Research Reports No. 38. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Re-Location and Updated Recordation of 44 Archaeological Sites at Waco Lake, McLennan County, Texas, by Kimberly K. Kvernes, Marie E. Blake, Karl W. Kibler, Jennifer K McWilliams, E. Frances Gadus, and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations, No. 127. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Comparing Dimensions for Folsom Points and Their By-products from the Adair-Steadman and Lindenmeier Sites and Other Localities, by Curtis Tunnell and LeRoy Johnson. Archeology Division, Texas Historical Commission, Archeological Reports Series, No. 1. Austin: 2000.
Archeological Survey and History of Government Canyon State Natural Area, Bexar County, Texas, by Logan McNatt, Carlos Beceiro, Martha Doty Freeman; Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator; Steve A. Tomka, Paul Schuchert, and Christine G. Ward. TAP Nos. 1669. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Camp Mohawk County Park in East-Central Brazoria County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2384. Contract Report Number 76. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of 2.4 Miles of Proposed JTF-6 Road Improvements, Maverick County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator. Letter Report No. 460. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Longhorn Partner's Pipeline Right-of-Way Cultural Resource Assessment - Buescher State Park, Bastrop County, Texas.
Longhorn Partner's Pipeline Right-of-Way Cultural Resource Assessment - Pedernales Falls State Park, Blanco County, Texas. by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 2333. Letter Report No. 17. Austin: TAS, Inc., 2000.
Archaeology Beneath the Greens: An Archaeological Assessment of 41KR573, 41KR574, and 41KR575 at the Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course in Kerrville, Texas, by Robert R. Rector. TAP No. 2130. Archaeological Survey Report No. 5. Kerrville, TX: Rector and Associates, 2001.
A Report of Archaeological Investigations for the Williams Communications, Inc. Fiber Optic Communications System Project - Houston, Texas to the Texas-Oklahoma Border, by Mark Latham and John A. Campbell. TAP No. 2237. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2000.
Hydrogeologic, Biological, and Archaeological Karst Investigations, Northern Camp Bullis, Texas by George Veni, Ann M. Scott, Rickard S. Toomey, III, James R. Reddell, and James C. Cokendolpher. San Antonio: George Veni & Associates, 2000.
Archaeological Survey Report on the Ricks Exploration, Inc. Bivins Ranch 211 Well Project, Potter County, Texas, by James Briscoe. BLM Permit No. 27-2920-99-Q. BCS Project Number 40-00. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the FM 2499 Route, Section 5, Denton County, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2449. Cultural Resources Report 2000-36. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey Reconnaissance for Proposed Improvements to RM 1431 (Whitestone Boulevard), from Lime Creek Road to Proposed US 183A, Williamson County, Texas, by David O. Brown, Sue Winton Moss, and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2364. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Monitoring of Excavations for Construction of an Outdoor Classroom Facility at Walker Ranch Park (41BX1271), San Antonio, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2337. Letter Report, No. 127. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Archaeological Testing in the Mission Concepción Courtyard (41BX12), San Antonio, Texas, by Kristi H. Miller and Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2313. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 304. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
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2001-158/7 A Cultural Resources Management Survey of the Proposed Wastewater Treatment Pipeline along Lake Creek in the City of Round Rock, by Timothy Bryant Griffith and John Andrew Moreman. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2484. Archeology Series No. 89. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Management Survey of the Proposed Hike and Bike Trail and 26 Acre Park Located in Round Rock, by Timothy B. Griffith and Heath Anderson. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2490. Archeology Series No. 88. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
Historical Research and Archeological Investigations at the Williamson Creek Cemetery, 41TV1684, Travis County, Texas, by Joan E. Baker, Martha Doty Freeman, and Marie E. Blake. Co-Principal Investigators: Douglas K. Boyd and Marie E. Blake. Technical Reports No. 49. Austin: Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 2000.
Intensive Archaeological Survey at a Landfill Site for the City of Meadow, Terry County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz and Paul Katz. Principal Investigator: Don Clifton. TAP No. 2491. PRIAM Project 0015.
Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Loop 375 - I-10 Interchange Reconstruction Project, El Paso, Texas, by Valerie Provencio, Gwyneth Duncan, and Richard D. Holmes, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2432. Project 25313. El Paso, TX: TRC, 2000.
Archaeological Monitoring of Pavement Removal from Rosenberg Avenue-25th Street, Galveston, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2359. Letter Report, No. 129. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Preliminary Site Inspection of a New Car Dealership Location in Harlingen, Cameron County, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. Letter Report, No. 132. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Profile Documentation of Erosion Gullies in Borrow Pits Nos. 1 and 2 on Site 41WA255 for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's Estelle Unit, Huntsville, Walker County, Texas, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2509. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
An Archeological Reconnaissance Survey of Selected Portions of a Proposed Electric Transmission Line, From Hearne to Boonville, Robertson and Brazos Counties, by Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2414. Archeology Series No. 85. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Trent Wind Farm Project, Nolan County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator; Maria E Cruse, C. Russ Shortes. Document No. 000335. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Preliminary National Register Testing at the Merrell Site (41WM2) Williamson County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2461. Document No. 000352. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of Portions of the South Marshall Permit Area, Harrison County, Texas, by John E. Keller. Report of Investigations 7-2000. Southern Archaeological Consultants.
Archaeological Investigations at Opportunity Park, Dallas, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 2502. Cultural Resources Report 2001-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
Archeological Investigations at the Spanish Colonial Missions of Espíritu Santo (41GD1) and Nuestra Señora del Rosario (41GD2), Goliad County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 1854. Corpus Christi: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 2000.
Historical Research Preliminary to National Register Assessments of 719 Historic Sites at Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas, by Jennifer A. Stabler. Research Reports No. 36. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
National Register Testing of 19 Prehistoric Archeological Sites at Fort Hood, Texas: The 1995 Season, by Gemma Mehalchick, Karl Kleinbach, Douglas K. Boyd, Steve A. Tomka, and Karl W. Kibler. Research Reports No. 37. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
National Register Testing of 42 Prehistoric Archeological Sites at Fort Hood, Texas: The 1996 Season, by Karl Kleinbach, Gemma Mehalchick, Douglas K. Boyd, and Karl W. Kibler. Research Reports No. 38. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed TXU Electric Company Limestone-Watermill 345-kV Transmission Line in Ellis, Navaro, Freestone and Limestone Counties, Texas, by Michelle R. Dippel, Principal Investigator. Document No. 991385. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of the Proposed Alignment for a New Wastewater Pipeline along Chandler Creek, by Timothy B. Griffith and Rachel Feit. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. Archeology Series No. 78. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
Archeological Test Excavations at 41WM543 on FM 734, the Parmer Lane Extension, Williamson County, Texas, by Barbara J. Hickman. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the EASTEX 138kV Transmission Line near Longview in Gregg and Harrison Counties, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, Principal Investigator; William J. Weaver, and Robert Perales. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 13. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Grove Water Supply Corporation Water Pipeline, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 28. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 1999.
Archeological Survey and Site Relocation for a JTF-6 Action near Van Horn, Texas, by Chris Lowry. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 142EP. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Assessment of Sites and High Probability Areas on Two Tracts in Anderson and Freestone Counties, Texas, by Steve Carpenter and Sue Moss. SWCA Cultural Resource Report 98-69. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 1999.
Wilson-Leonard - An 11,000-year Archeological Record of Hunter-Gatherers in Central Texas - Volume I: Introduction, Background, and Syntheses, by Michael B. Collins. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu, Frank Wier (1982-1988). TAP No. 300. Studies in Archeology 31. Archeology Studies Program, Report 10, Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
Wilson-Leonard - An 11,000-year Archeological Record of Hunter-Gatherers in Central Texas - Volume II: Chipped Stone Artifacts, by Michael B. Collins. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu, Frank Wier (1982-1988). TAP No. 300. Studies in Archeology 31. Archeology Studies Program, Report 10, Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
Wilson-Leonard - An 11,000-year Archeological Record of Hunter-Gatherers in Central Texas - Volume IV: Archeological Features and Technical Analysis, by Michael B. Collins. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu, Frank Wier (1982-1988). TAP No. 300. Studies in Archeology 31. Archeology Studies Program, Report 10, Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
Wilson-Leonard - An 11,000-year Archeological Record of Hunter-Gatherers in Central Texas - Volume V: Special Studies, by Michael B. Collins. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu, Frank Wier (1982-1988). TAP No. 300. Studies in Archeology 31. Archeology Studies Program, Report 10, Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998.
Archaeological Investigations along the Camino Colombia Toll Road, Webb County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator; Steve Carpenter, Lee C. Nordt, and Christopher W. Ringstaff. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 97-120. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
An Intensive Archeological Survey for the Sinclair Manufactured Housing Community Project, Bexar County, Texas, by Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 1. Bulverde, TX: South Texas Archeological Research Services, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of an Oasis/TEPPCO Natural Gas Pipeline Lateral Located in the A.M. Esnaurizar Grant in Hays and Guadalupe Counties, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin and William J. Weaver. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 11. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 1999.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Expanded US 287 Highway Route from Stratford to Kerrick, by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 98-29. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Investigation of Pipeline Improvements: Houston Ship Channel Project, Harris County, Texas, by Michelle R. Dippel, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2340. Document No. 000050. Houston: PBS&J, 2000.
After Slavery: The Rubin Hancock Farmstead, 1880-1916, Travis County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake and Terri Myers. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 630. Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeology Studies Program, Report 19. Report of Investigations No. 124. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
The Prehistoric Components at The Rubin Hancock Farmstead, 41TV875, Travis County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus, Marie E. Blake and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 630. Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeology Studies Program, Report 18. Technical Reports, No. 44. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Huricane Creek Detention Pond Number 4 in Central Angelina County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2335. Contract Report Number 73. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed West Fork Relief Interceptor WF-11B, Tarrant and Dallas Counties, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson, Steven M. Hunt, Duane E. Peter, and David Shanabrook. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2177. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 190. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Coppell City Service Center - Coppell, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2290. Cultural Resources Report 2000-02. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Testing at Fort Inge: The North Corral and Saddle House, by Dana Anthony and David O. Brown. TAP No. 1991. Report of Investigations No. 5. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Armand Bayou Detention Basin Site, B500-03-00-Y001, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2300. Report of Investigations No. 259. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Armand Bayou Nature Center Trail Upgrade, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2294. Report of Investigations No. 258. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey for the Gardens at Bull Creek Regional Detention Facility, Travis County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler and Amy M. Holmes. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2288. Letter Report Report, No. 441. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of The Lower Colorado River Authority's Proposed Segovia Transmission Line Project - Kimble County, Texas, by Robert Rogers. TAP No. 2245. Document No. 991408. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Final Report - Archeological Survey of the Fish Hatchery Road and Robinson Creek Municipal Wastewater System Improvements, Walker County, Texas, by Steven Kotter, Richard Walter, James T. Jones, and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1732. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2000.
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2001-158/8 An Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed West Transmission Potable Water Pipeline, Williamson County, Texas, by Steven Kotter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2218. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Beach Street Weir Site - Fort Worth, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 2149. Cultural Resources Report 99-19. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Investigations for the Revised Facilities Engineering Plan, City of Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, and Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 2276. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-120. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Testing at the Headwaters of the San Marcos River: Southwest Texas State University Raw Water Supply Project, by Anthony S. Lyle, Christopher E. Horrell, Steve A. Tomko, and Diane A. Cargill. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2000. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 293. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Fort Griffin State Historical Park - Shackelford County, Texas, by James Briscoe. TAP No. 2070. BCS Contract Report 49-98. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 1999.
Texas Water Development Board 1999 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for TAP No. 2105, by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson. Austin, TX: Texas Water Development Board, 2000.
Uncovering Camp Ford - Archaeological Interpretations of a Confederate Prisoner-of-War Camp in East Texas, by Alston V. Thoms, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1859. Report of Investigations No. 1. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2000.
A 160-Acre Cultural Resource Inventory for the Expansion of the Sierra Blanca, Texas Landfill, by Dawn Snell. TAP No. 2322. Lone Mountain Report No. 451. El Paso, TX: Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Armand Bayou Detention Basin Site, B500-04-00-Y001, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2301. Report of Investigations No. 261. Houston: Moore Archaeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Data Recovery Excavations for the Sesquicentennial Park Project, Stage II, Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator, and Allan D. Meyers. TAP No. 987. Report of Investigations No. 44. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Excavations in River Legacy Park, Arlington, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner, S. Christopher Caran, and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 1906. Cultural Resources Report 99-41. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Results of Test Excavations at Sites 41EP432 and 41EP5251 on the Mission Del Paso Campus of The El Paso Community College, Socorro, Texas, by Marc Thompson, John A. Peterson, and Mark Willis. Principal Investigator: Stephen K. Mbutu. TAP No. 1998. Archaeological Technical Report 15. El Paso, TX: Anthropology Research Center, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, The University of Texas at El Paso, 2000.
Archaeological Testing for the Yarborough Drive Extension Project, El Paso International Airport, El Paso County, Texas, by Richard D. Holmes, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2242. Project 25995. El Paso, TX: TRC, 2000.
Geophysical Survey Report - Block 387-S - Brazos Area, Texas State Waters. TAP No. 2297. Prairieville, LA: KC Offshore, L.L.C., 2000.
A Phase I Cultural Resources Investigation of The Aerie Networks, Inc. Richardson Lateral Segment (Plano to Farmersville), Collin County, Texas, of the Houston to Chicago Fiber Optic Cable Network, by Victoria D. Vargas, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2558. Kansas City, MO: P.A.C.E. Environmental Services, LLC, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Sports Complex for the City of Redwater, Bowie County, Texas, by Bo Nelson and Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2584. Letter Report of Investigations No. 88. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Grace Creek Sanitary Sewer Interceptor, Phase II Project, Gregg County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2590. Letter Report No. 89. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Van Vleck-HSB 5513 Wireless Tower Site in Matagorda County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: James S. Belew,. Report of Investigations No. 42. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2001.
The Trinity River Channel in Downtown Dallas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2206. Cultural Resources Report 2001-24. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
The Clyde Lane Edge of the Potter's Field - Dallas, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2227. Cultural Resources Report 2000-31. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Excavations at the Rainey Site (41BN33), A Late Prehistoric Sinkhole Site in Bandera County, Texas, by Jerry Henderson. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 245. Report 5, 2001. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeological Studies Program, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Lake Fork Pipeline - Wood to Hunt Counties, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and Floyd D. Kent. TAP No. 2409. Cultural Resources Report 2000-32. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Archeological Resources in the U.S. 59/I-69 Corridor, Angelina and Nacogdoches Counties, by Leonard R. Voellinger, and Kirsten Campbell, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 2138. Austin: Parsons Brinckerhoff, 2001.
Test Excavations at the Culebra Creek Site, 41BX126, Bexar County, Texas, by David L. Nickels, C. Britt Bousman, Jeff D. Leach, and Diane A. Cargill. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 1782. Archaeological Survey Report No. 265. Archaeological Studies Program Report 3. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, reprint. 2001
Archeological Assessment of Proposed Red Rock Wastewater Systems Improvements, Bell County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2555. Letter Report, No. 482. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Lone Tree Drainage Improvements Victoria County, Texas, by Michelle R. Dippel, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2525. Document No. 010043. Houston: PBS&J, 2001.
Archeological Monitoring of Power Pole Placement for the New Hope Transmission Line Project, Johnson County, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 481. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Assessment of the Proposed Expansion of The City of Temple's Water Treatment Plant and New Water Lines, Bell County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams and Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2526. Letter Report, No. 480. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Monitoring of the Lamar Street Pedestrian Bridge in Austin, Texas, by John Andrew Moreman, and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2411. Archeology Series No. 77. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
Laredo Utility Relocation Project, Chacon Creek, Webb County, Texas, by Anthony S. Lyle. Principal Investigator: Cynthia L. Tennis. TAP No. 2436. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 313. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Survey of Arterial B Proposed Roadway, by Diamond Kapanday, Rachel Feit, and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2511. Archeology Series No. 91. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
Archaeological Investigations at 41HS599 and 41HS606 Harrison County, Texas, by John E. Keller. Los Fesnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, 1998.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Cypress Creek Road Extension, City of Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas, by Pat McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2561. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Round Rock ISD Middle School #9 and Elementary School #27, Williamson County, Texas, by Pat McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2557. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey Below the Lake Weatherford Dam, Parker County Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2536. Cultural Resources Report 2001-10. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
Evaluation of Sensitive Cultural Resource Locations within TxDOT Right-of-Way for Proposed Fiber Optic Line between Denison and Fort Worth, Texas, by Russell D. Greaves. TAP No. 2528. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Gibbons Creek-Roans Prairie Transmission Line, Grimes County, Texas, by Jenny McWilliams, and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Letter Report, No. 478. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Final - US 69 Archeological Resources Technical Memorandum, by Kirsten Campbell, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2329. Austin: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, 2001.
A Phase I Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Aerie Networks Houston to Chicago Fiber Optic Cable Project, Anderson, Fannin, Harris, Henderson, Houston, Hunt, Kaufman, Montgomery, and Walker Counties, Texas, by Don L. Dycus, Principal Investigator, and Victoria D. Vargas. Kansas City, MO: P.A.C.E. Environmental Services, LLC, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Tradition Golf and Country Club at University Ranch in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2238. Contract Report Number 68. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archaeological Testing at Sites 41PS800 and 41PS801, Presidio County, Texas, by William A. Cloud, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2367. Reports in Contract Archeology 2. Archeological Studies Program Report 29. Alpine, Texas: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, and Texas Department of Transportation, 2001.
Final Report HJN 000151AR - An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Centennial Pipelaine Right-of-Way, Jefferson, Orange, Jasper, and Newton Counties, Texas, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Palestine Water Pipeline, Anderson County Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2481. Cultural Resources Report 2001-2. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
The Olmos Basin Park Rehabilitation Project Archaeological Survey, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, and Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2547. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-247. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
HJN 010136AR - An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 15-Acre Leander Independent School District School Site Located on the Steiner Ranch Tract, Travis County, Texas, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2583. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
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2001-158/9 Archeological Survey of a Segment of FM 8 (CSJ: 0550-02-032), Erath County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2527. Report of Investigations No. 283. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Brushy Creek Lake Park for the City of Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Richard A. Hubbard, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2487. Report of Investigations No. 39. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2001.
Additional Archeological Survey Investigations, City of Tyler - Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2548. Report of Investigations No. 45. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Archaeological Reconnaissance of a Proposed Dallas Area Rapid Transit Park and Ride Facility Adjacent to the Dallas North Tollway in Northwest Plano, Collin County, Texas, by Jessica Schreyer. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of Portions of Sulfur Branch Creek, City of Bedford, Tarrant County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring, Johnny Byers and Debra McIlvain. TAP No. 2376. Denton, TX: Geoarch Consultants, 2000.
Archeological Survey for a Sanitary Sewer Project in Kyle, Hays County, Texas, by Marianne Marek. TAP No. 2554. Wallis, TX: Marianne Marek, Archeological Consultant, 2001.
Report on Construction Monitoring at the Little Church of La Villita, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator, and David O. Brown. TAP No. 2499. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2001.
Final Letter Report: Archaeological Reconnaissance of Proposed Wetland Construction Area on the TODPLLC Ranch, Montague County, Texas, by Hilary Chester. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey and Testing Along the Rio Grande Terraces Near Eagle Pass and El Indio, Maverick County, Texas, by Russell D. Greaves. Report of Investigations No. 4. Contract No. DACA63-97-D-0011. Task Order No. 0027. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey and History of Colorado Bend State Park, San Saba and lampasas Counties, Texas, by Logan McNatt, Martha Doty Freeman, Paul Schuchert, Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator; Steve A. Tomka, Christine G. Ward, and Carlos Beceiro. TAP Nos. 1642. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2001.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed International Commerce Park at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas and Tarrant Counties, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, Angela L. Tiné. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 225. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Road Widening Activities Along the Chief Kina Loop, Bear Creek Loop, and Colabe Roads - Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation, Polk County, Texas, by Shane F. Pritchard. Project 30693. Bureau of Indian Affairs Case #SPRO-TRC-01-008. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Expansion at CR 271, Medina County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2399. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-134. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Travis County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator; Ann M. Scott, and Marie E. Blake. Technical Reports No. 51. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
National Register Eligibilty Testing of 41 MM340 and 41MM341, along Little River, Milam County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney and Steve A. Tomka. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and Raymond P. Mauldin. TAP No. 2319. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 303. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archaeological Survey along Heron Drive, Fort Worth, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2532. Cultural Resources Report 2001-12. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
Archaeological Investigations for the TXDOT Area Office Site, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2550. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-246. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Houston Area Geoarcheology - A Framework for Archeological Investigation, Interpretation, and Cultural Resource Management in the Houston Highway District, by James T. Abbott. Archeology Studies Program, Report 27. Austin: Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 2001.
Final Report - An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey and Subsequent Testing along a Proposed Water/Wastewater Line within the Northern Right-of-Way of FM 1431 East, Williamson County, Texas, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 2385 and 2433. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Investigations at the Landa Street Bridge Project, City of New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile and Doug Drake. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2524. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-242. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Proposed Mountain Creek Sewer Relief Interceptor 4: Archaeological Reconnaissance of Seleceted Portions, Tarrant County, Texas. Principal Investigator: Rebecca Procter. TAP No. 2136. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of Pounds Field Airport, Smith County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2086. Cultural Resources Report 98-30. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1998.
Archaeological Survey of the North Star Park, Richardson, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2176. Cultural Resources Report 99-29. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Wagon Wheel Park Site, Coppell, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2190. Cultural Resources Report 99-33. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of MacArthur Park, Coppell, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2191. Cultural Resources Report 99-34. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archaeological Monitoring of Exploratory Drilling Operatons for Rio Grande Materials in El Paso County, Texas, by Dawn Snell. Principal Investigator: Tim Church. TAP No. 2187. LMAS Report No. 389. El Paso, TX: Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Seismic Exchange, Inc. Seismic Lines in the Jack Gore Baygall Unit of the Big Thicket National Preserve, Hardin and Jasper Counties, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Joseph M. Sanchez, and Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 240. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Addendum - Cultural Resources Survey (Alto-Pine Grove and Pine Grove-Jacksonville) 138-KV Transmission Lines, Cherokee County, Texas, by Wayne Glander. Principal Investigator: Victor Galan. Document No. 971022. Houston: PBS&J, 1999.
Archaeological Monitoring of a Joint Task Force-Six Road Improvement Project Along the International Border in West Texas: The Candelaria Road Segment, by Mark "Haughk" Sale. Lone Mountain Report No. 378. El Paso, TX: Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resource Reconnaissance of a Proposed Enron Fiber Optic Line, Segment B: Dallas-Waco-Bryan-Austin-San Antonio-Houston, Texas, by Don Badon and Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 2088 partial. Austin: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 1999.
Phase I Archaeological Investigations for Southwestern Electric Power Company's Proposed Longview Transmission Line Project, Harrison, Upshur, and Gregg Counties, by John Campbell, and Annie Moerbe. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 1999.
Archeological Survey of the Penn Octane Pipeline, Cameron County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk, Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator; and John W Arnn, III. TAP No. 2044. Technical Reports, No. 39. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Letter Report 38: Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a 3.8 Acre Border Patrol Facility in Pecos, Reeves County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Cultural Resource Reconnaissance Survey for a Proposed Enron Fiber Optic Line, Segment A: North Panhandle to Dallas, Texas, by Toni R. Goar and Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 2088. Albuquerque, NM: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 1999.
Archeological Investigations of Southeast Metropolitan Park: Intensive Testing of Site 41TV441; Travis County, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator; Patrick McLoughlin, and Scott Seibel. TAP No. 2018. Archeology Series No. 64. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1998.
Archeological Subsurface Testing at the Allen Road Tract, City of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2203. Report of Investigations No. 248. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 1999.
Searching for Piros Near the Old Socorro Mission: Phase IIB Excavation at 41EP2986 and the Phase II/IIB Monitoring Program, by Bradley J. Vierra and June-el Piper. Principal Investigator: Richard C. Chapman. TAP No. 1578. OCA/UNM Report No. 185-549. Office of Contract Archeology, University of New Mexico, 1999.
Archaeological Survey of Corpus Christi Tracts 1 and 2, North Shore of Corpus Christi Bay, San Patricio County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2178. Corpus Christi: TAS, Inc. and Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 1999.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Wastewater Pipeline for Lake LBJ Municipal Utility District No. 2, Burnet County, Texas, by Paul Maslyk. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 2024. Letter Report, No. 423. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Interstate Highway 10 Interchange with Loop 375 and the Proposed Interchange with Eastlake Boulevard, El Paso City and County, Texas, by Michael Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1818. Document No. 970654. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Cultural Resource Investigations of the Southgate Natural Gas Pipeline - Bexar, Karnes and Wilson Counties, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2075. Document No. 990811. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Geoarcheological Investigations at Three Fuel Oil Storage Tank Locations - Site 41CM25, Comal County, Texas. TAP No. 2186. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Final Report - An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of Two Storm Water Drainage Basins in Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas, by Mickie Murin. Principal Investigator: John Keller. TAP No. 2140. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey and Geoarchaeology of the Hickory Creek Sanitary Sewer Outfall Main, Dallas County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, David Shanabrook, Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2087. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 188. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of a Colorado River Crossing in Mitchell County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2205. Cultural Resources Report 99-31. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Archeology Survey to Determine the Physical Boundaries of Site 41WM439 Located within the Wastewater Treatment Plant Facility in Cedar Park, Texas, by Mickie Murin. TAP No. 2170. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 1999.
An Archeological Survey of Easterwood Airport Improvements, Phase II, Brazos County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2192. Letter Report of Investigations No. 45. Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the 85 Acre Bay City High School Site in North-Central Matagorda County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2189. Contract Report Number 66. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1999.
Texas Water Development Board 1998 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for TAP No. 1934, Volume I - Central and Southern Planning Ragion and Trans-Pecos Planning Region, by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson. Austin, TX: Texas Water Development Board, 1999.
Texas Water Development Board 1998 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for TAP No. 1934, Volume II - Eastern Planning Ragion and Plains Planning Region, by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson. Austin, TX: Texas Water Development Board, 1999.
Final Report -- Intensive Archaeological Survey for a Pokalambro PCS Monopole Tower at Buffalo Springs Lake, Lubbock County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz. Principal Investigator: Kent Hicks. TAP No. 2184. PRIAM Project 9907.
Survey Investigations of the Proposed Roadway Extension to Lohman's Crossing Road, by Rachel Feit. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2172. Archeology Series No. 72. Austin: Hicks & Company, 1999.
An Archaeological Survey of the 23 Acre Matagorda County Birding Nature Center in North-Central Matagorda County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2182. Contract Report Number 65. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Loma Peloma/Pueblo Nuevo Water and Septic Systems Project, Presidio County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator; and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2010. Report No. 493. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of Faulkner Park, Smith County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2162. Cultural Resources Report 99-26. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
An Intensive Archeological Survey of the Martinez Tracts III and IV, Bexar County, Texas, by Steven M. Kotter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2174. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 1999.
Final Report - Quakertown Archaeological Site Impact Assessment, Site 41DN481, Denton, Denton County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl, and Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2199. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Power Plant Facility and Ancillary Systems, Bastrop County, Texas, by Wayne P. Glander, Principal Investigator; and C. Russ Shortes. TAP No. 2154. Document No. 990815. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of 280 Acres along Salado Creek, Fort Sam Houston Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas, by Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports No. 47. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Woodward Wind Ranch Project - Pecos County, Texas, by C. Russ Shortes, and Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Document No. 000274. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Lake Livingston State Park, Polk County, Texas, by James E. Corbin, Principal Investigator; Donald R. Becker, Jeffrey M. Williams, & Dan K. Utley. TAP Nos. 1392. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2000.
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2001-158/10 Robert E. Johnson State Office Building Project, a Compilation Volume for Areas A, B and C, by Scott Seibel, Rachel Feit and Susan Dial. TAP No. 1681, 1683. Archeology Series No. 83. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed West Fork Relief Interceptor, WF-11B, Original and Alternate Routes, Tarrant and Dallas Counties, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson, Steven M. Hunt, Duane E. Peter, David Shanabrook. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2177 and 2424. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 213. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed METRO South Yard and Shop Site, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator, and Tiffany T. Terneny. TAP No. 2417. Report of Investigations No. 275. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
An Additional Limited Archeological Survey of Two Proposed Detention Basins (E500-02-00-Y001), Whiteoak Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2334. Report of Investigations No. 265. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Monitoring and Cultural Resource Investigations at Lamar State College, Orange County, Texas, by Eleanor S. Dahlin, and Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2317. Report of Investigations No. 262. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Data Recovery at 41ZP364: An Upland Campsite at Falcon Reservoir, Zapata County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg and Carlos Cordova. BLM Permit No. 45-2920-97W. The International Boundry and Water Commission Permit No. 0003. Austin, TX: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Monitoring for Exterior Lighting and Test Excavations at Mission San Juan Capistrano, Bexar County, Texas, by Anne A. Fox and Waynne Cox. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2063. Letter Report, No. 131. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Cultural Resources Investigation for Running Bear Park, City of Irving, Dallas County, Texas, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2403. Dallas: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of the Elm Fork Trinity River Relief Interceptor Pipeline, Dallas County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 2153. Denton, TX: Geoarch Consultants, 2000.
Phase II Archeological Testing - Landis Property, Potter County, Texas, by Charles M. Haecker. Santa Fe, NM: National Park Service, Intermountain Support Office, Anthropology Program, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Mount Pleasant Golf Course Expansion, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2456. Cultural Resources Report 2000-19. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of Two Proposed Parking Lots along Maverick Creek, West Campus, University of Texas at San Antonio, by Alston V. Thoms, Principal Investigator, and Patricia A. Clabaugh. TAP No. 2442. Letter Report No. 1. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Lometa Reservoir, Pipeline and Pump Station Project, Lampasas County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator; Eugene R. Foster, Jr., Sally S. Victor, James D. Malmros, Robert M. Rogers. TAP No. 2209. Document No. 991390. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Final Letter Report: Preliminary Cultural Resources Assessment of the Holiday Village Development, Lake Fork, Texas, by Doug McKay, Steve Gaither, and Rebecca Procter. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Results of Archival Research on Site 41RK443 in Martin Lake Mine, Rusk County, Texas, by Sally Victor. Principal Investigator: Wayne P. Glander. Document No. 000136. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of a 6800-Foot Seismic Line in the Sam Houston National Forest, San Jacinto County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and Richard A. Hubbard, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 35. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey for the Paint Creek Diversion Project, Haskell County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2350. Technical Reports, No. 48. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resource Investigations within TXU Mining Company's Proposed Twin Oak Mine, Robertson County, Texas, by Michael Nash, Robert Rogers, David Sherman; and Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Document No. 000123. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Two Effluent Lines near San Marcos in Hays County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, John W. Clark, Jr., William J. Weaver and Kirk D. French. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 12. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Graveyard Branch Sanitary Sewer Line, Denton County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner, Lance K. Trask and Johnny Byers. TAP No. 2413. Cultural Resources Report 2000-21. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Relocation of the Panola/Rusk County Line Road, Rusk County, Texas, by C. Russ Shortes, and Wayne Glander, Principal Investigator. Document No. 000144. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Archaeological Monitoring of the Caldwell County Courthouse Rehabilitation, Lockhart, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka and Anne A. Fox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2117. Archaeology Survey Report, No. 306. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000.
Endangered Species and Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Crude Storage Facilities and Pipeline, Wichita and Montague Counties, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson, Donna DeYoung. Principal Investigator: Regan Giese. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 211. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey of Proposed Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Housing Area, Eagle Pass, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff, Gregg Cestaro and Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 456. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey Report of the Ricks Exploration, Inc. Bivins Ranch 1A Well Project, Potter County, Texas, by James Briscoe. BLM Permit No. 27-2920-99-Q. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 1999.
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2000-197/1 Final Report -- Intensive Archaeological Survey at the Site for a Proposed Zahn Type IV Landfill, Lubbock County, Texas, by Susana R. Katz, and Kent Hicks, Principal Investigator. PRIAM Project 9905.
Final Report - An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey on the 240-Acre Mitchell County Quarry, Loraine, Mitchell County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2277. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of 2,302 Acres at Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas, by Gregg C. Cestaro, Ann M. Scott, Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations No. 125. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey Report on the Sunlight Exploration, Inc. Tecovas Creek Project, Potter County, Texas, by James Briscoe. BLM Permit No. 27-2920-00-P. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 2000.
An Archeological Survey of the Rio Nogales Power Generating Plant and Associated Transmission Line Near Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas, by Marybeth S.F. Tomka and Don Badon. Project 28787-0010. Austin, TX: TRC, 2000.
Data Recovery at 41RK223 The Millville Mill Site, Rusk County, Texas, by Eugene R. Foster, Jr. Principal Investigator: Robert Rogers. Document No. 991395. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
An Evaluation of Sites within the Proposed Dallas Floodway Extension Project, Dallas County, Texas, by Johnna L. Buysse. Principal Investigators: Maynard B. Cliff, Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 2087. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 195. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
The Southwest Texas Telephone Company Archaeological Survey: A Proposed Fiber Optic Installation in Edwards and Real Counties, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2386. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-130. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
An Intensive Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Rail Line Bypass, Midlothian, Texas, by John A. Campbell, Marianne Marek, Eric Peterson. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2000.
Letter Report: Results of a Phase I Cultural Resources Inventory of Three Shallow-Water Impoundment Locations in Grayson, Henderson, and Young Counties, Texas, by Doug McKay. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Shady Grove Compressor Station and 7.7 Miles of Pipeline Right of Way (Line SWD-1) in Panola County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator; and Bo Nelson. Report of Investigations No. 37. Austin, TX: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Channel Improvements along Little Fossil Creek, Haltom City, Tarrant County, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 207. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey and Shovel Testing Investigations of a 700 × 60 Foot Stretch of Proposed Right-of-Way on Post Oak Drive for the City of Corinth, Denton County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator and Bo Nelson,. TAP No. 2402. Letter Report of Investigations No. 78. Austin, TX: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Archaic Hunters and Gatherers of the Balcones Canyonlands: Data Recovery at the Cibolo Crossing Site (41BX377), Camp Bullis Military Reservation, Bexar County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler, Ann M. Scott. Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt, Karl W. Kibler. Reports of Investigations No. 126. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Results of Cultural Resources Inventory within 836 Acres along the Red River, Choctaw County, Oklahoma and Lamar County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl, Douglas C. McKay, and Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 2. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1999.
Addendum to "Results of Cultural Resources Inventory within 836 Acres along the Red River, Choctaw County, Oklahoma and Lamar County, Texas": Historic Context of the Post-Contact Period, by Kirsten Kahl, and Douglas C. McKay. Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 2. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resource Survey on the San Gabriel River Terrace: Investigations at the Proposed Pecan Branch Wastewater Treatment Plant Property, by Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator, and Timothy Griffith. TAP No. 2373. Archeology Series No. 82. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Water Line from Dublin to Stephenville, Erath County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk and Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2382. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-128. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Final Letter Report: Cultural Resources Survey of Right-of-Way for the Forney Raw Water Transmission Line, Dallas County, Texas, by Rebecca Procter. TAP No. 2363. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Hurricane Creek Detention Facility Number 1 in Central Angelina County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2383. Contract Report No. 71. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Regional Basin Number 8 in Central Angelina County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2392. Contract Report Number 74. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2000.
Archeological Investigations at 41CE299, Double Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, and along Ragsdale Creek, Cherokee County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator; Bo Nelson and Mark Walters. TAP No. 2293. Report of Investigations No. 36. Austin, TX: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2000.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Lake Naconiche, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2252. Report of Investigations No. 35. Austin, TX: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Walnut Creek Special Utility District Phase II Expansion: Supplemental Cultural Rexources Survey - Final Report, by Russell D. Greaves. TAP No. 2278. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a Proposed 1,460-Acre Landfill Site Near Melissa, Collin County, Texas, by Charles M. Clow, Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2272. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 209. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a Proposed 104.3-Acre Community Park Site in Southeastern Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, by Charles M. Clow. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2345. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 208. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey for the Williams Communications Denton Regeneration Station Site, by Marianne Marek. Project No. 98-108-4-019. Houston, TX: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Firewheel Golf Course Expansion, Garland, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2144. Cultural Resources Report 99-27. Dallas: AR Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Cypress-Fairbanks ISD High School No. 7 Site, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2330. Report of Investigations No. 264. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Creek Bend Flood Control Improvements Phase II, Travis County, Texas, by Jim Malmros. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. TAP No. 2393. Document No. 000129. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Bioarcheological Investigations at John Carman Cemetery, Chambers County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2110. Report of Investigations No. 247. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
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2000-215/1 A Report of Cultural Resources Investigations of the Proposed Location of the Santa Fe Park water Pollution Abatement Facility, San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator; and James E. Warren, S. Christopher Caran, Anna Lee Presley, J. Phil Dering. TAP No. 1861. Report No. 476. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 2000.
1998 Annual Report to The Texas Historical Commission. TAP No. 1935. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2000.
Archaeological Assessment of Bay Bottom Characterization Survey of Oyster Reefs and Archaeological Resources For construction of a 138 kV Submarine Transmission Line - West Galveston Bay, Galveston County, Texas, by Laura A. Landry. Principal Investigator: Thomas J. Oertling. TAP No. 2316. Hitchcock, TX: L.A. Landry & Associates, Inc., 2000.
The Lino Site: A Stratified Late Archaic Campsite in a Terrace of the San Idelfonzo Creek, Webb County, Southern Texas, by Chris Lintz, Principal Investigator; J. Michael Quigg, Grant Smith and Scott Wilcox. TAP No. 1996. Technical Report No. 23756. TXDOT Archeological Report No. 20. Austin, TX: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 2000.
Archeological Investigations along the Clear Fork of the Trinity River: Intensive Survey of the SH 121 Project; Tarrant County, Texas, by Scott Seibel, James W. Karbula, Susan Dial, and Rachel Feit. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2137. Archeology Series No. 74. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
The Big Bend Telephone Company Archaeological Survey: Three Exchanges in Brewster, Presidio, and Val Verde Counties, Texas, by Brett A. Houk and Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2387. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-127. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 1999, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator and Andrew F. Malof. TAP No. 2103. Annual Report No. 9. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 2000.
Archeological Survey and History of Government Canyon State Natural Area, Bexar County, Texas, by Logan McNatt, Carlos Beceiro, Martha Doty Freeman; Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator; Steve A. Tomka, Paul Schuchert, and Christine G. Ward. TAP Nos. 1669. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2000.
Archeological Survey and Cultural Resources Assessment of a Potential Detention Basin in Pasadena, Harris County, Texas - Armand Bayou, Unit B500-04-00-Y001, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2377. Report of Investigations No. 3. Houston: Greenstone Geoscience, 2000.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed 300-acre City of Conroe Golf Course, Montgomery County, Texas, by Tiffany Terneny and Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2358. Report of Investigations No. 267. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Archeological and Geoarcheological Investigations of the Proposed Pearland Parkway, Brazoria and Harris Counties, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney and Melinda A. Goelz, Co-Principal Investigators. TAP No. 2286. Report of Investigations No. 257. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
1999 Annual Report to The Texas Historical Commission. TAP No. 2104. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife, Cultural Resources Program, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Expansion of U.S. 281, Bexar County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2332. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-122. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2000.
Cultural Resources Investigation for Forrest Moore Park, City of Van Alstyne, Grayson County, Texas, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2375. Dallas: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 2000.
Archaeological Assessment of Proposed Dredge Site - Exxon Corridor to St. Mary's Island Pipeline Replacement to Accommodate the Deepening and Widening of the Houston Ship Channel, by Laura A. Landry. Principal Investigator: Thomas J. Oertling. TAP No. 2365. Hitchcock, TX: L.A. Landry & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Ella Boulevard and Storm Sewer Extension, Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany Terneny and Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2369. Report of Investigations No. 272. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
An Archeological and Osteological Investigation of 41DL373, Spring Creek Park Preserve, Dallas County Texas, by Duane E. Peter, and Victoria G. Clow. Principal Investigator: Sue E. Linder-Linsley. TAP No. 1674. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 186. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Subsurface Survey Investigations of a Possible Historic Cemetery (41HR396), Northern Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2326. Report of Investigations No. 263. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey of US 290 SH 95 to One Mile East of FM 696, Bastrop County, Texas, by Brandy G. Lim, Principal Investigator, Frederic B. Pearl, and Sue W. Moss. TAP No. 2196. Report of Investigations No. 1. Houston: Quadrant Consultants, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resource Monitoring of the Construction of the 60 Million Gallons per Day Raw Water Intake Structure at the Jefferson Street Water Treatment Plant, Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Jeffrey Lee Johnson and Chris Lintz. TAP No. 1887. Austin, TX: TRC Mariah Associates Inc., 2000.
Results of Survey Investigations for the Proposed Lubbock Storm Sewer in Yellowhouse Draw, Lubbock, Texas, by Rachel Feit and Timothy Griffith. Principal Investigator: James Karbula. TAP No. 2312. Archeology Series No. 79. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2000.
Final Report - An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey on the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's Estelle Unit, Walker County, Texas, by Mickie Murin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2212. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2000.
An Archeological Delineation of a Historic African American Cemetery in McKinney, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné, and Melissa M. Green, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2362. Letter Report No. 44. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Jefferson County Municipal Water District Water Treatment Plant -- Jefferson County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator; and Douglas H. Molineu. TAP No. 2343. Report of Investigations No. 266. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey of Areas to be Impacted by Improvements at the South Austin Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, Travis County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams, Marie E. Blake, Amy M. Holmes; and Ross C. Fields: Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2323. Technical Reports No. 46. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Darrington Unit No. 1 Well and Associated Road and Culvert Improvements, Brazoria County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2383. Report of Investigations No. 268. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
An Intensive Archeological Survey of the Proposed Surface Water Supply Facility by the City of Victoria, Victoria County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator; and James T. Jones, Pamela Folds, Eric Oksanen. TAP No. 1832. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 0277. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Harris County Flood Control District Possible Land Acquisition, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator, and Tiffany T. Terneny. TAP No. 2379. Report of Investigations No. 273. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 390-Acre Landfill Permit Area, Grayson County, Texas, by Charles M. Clow. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2447. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 214. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
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2001-082/1 Cultural Resource Impact Assessment at Specified Segments of a Proposed AT&T Fiber Optic Line from Houston to San Antonio, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report 16. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2000.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Midway High School Site, McLennan County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner and Floyd D. Kent. TAP No. 2391. Cultural Resources Report 2000-13. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Archaeological Investigation below the White Rock Lake Spillway, Dallas, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner, Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 2471. Cultural Resources Report 2000-27. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2000.
Letter Report -- Results of Phase I Cultural Resources Inventory of Two Shallow-Water Impoundment Locations in Henderson County, Texas, by Doug McKay. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1999.
NRHP Eligibility Testing (41RK107, 41RK240, 41RK242, 41RK243, 41RK276, and 41RK286) and additional Testing (41RK243) Investigations within the Oak Hill DIII Mine, Permit No. 46, Rusk County, Texas, by David Sherman. Document No. 000237. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Far North Fort Worth Community Park by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2530. Cultural Resources Report 2001-6. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
Cultural Resources Assessment of a 1.1-Acre Lot for the Proposed Social Security Administration Building, Kerrville, Texas, by Daron Duke. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 1SA. San Antonio, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey and Geoarcheological Investigation of 15 Acres along Timber Creek in Lewisville, Denton County Texas, by Judy Hennessee Cooper, Jacinthe Messier, David Shanabrook. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 224. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
HJN 010007 AR - Archeological Survey of Four Proposed Totalfinaelf Well Pads, Hidalgo County, Texas, by Pat McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the West Salado Creek Lift Station Project, San Antonio, Texas, by Kristi H. Miller. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2259. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 310. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Assessment of Anomaly RB5 Rollover Bay, GIWW, High Island to Brazos River Feasibility Study, Brazoria and Galveston Counties, Texas, by Jeffrey M. Enright, Robert L. Gearhart II, James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. TAP No. 2331. Document No. 000039. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Final Short Report - Geoarchaeological Investigations at the Waco Metropolitan Area Regional Sewage System on the Brazos River, McLennan County, Texas, by Brandy G. Lim and Kirsten Kahl. TAP No. 2426. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Clear Creek ISD School Site, Galveston County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Joseph M. Sanchez, and Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2479. Report of Investigations No. 282. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey Report on the Phillips Pipeline Company TexMex Oil Conversion Pipeline Project, Hutchinson County, Texas, by James Briscoe. BCS Project No. 4-01. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Round Rock Southeast 138-kV Transmission Line Project, Williamson and Travis Counties, Texas, by Eric Morley. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. Document No. 010054. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
The Civilian Conservation Corps at Possum Kingdom State Park, Palo Pinto County, Texas, by James Briscoe. TAP No. 2248. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 2000.
Archaeological Survey of the Harwell Property on Culebra Creek, Bexar County, Texas, by Antonia Figueroa and Brian Langer. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. Letter Report, No. 130. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Austin's Estates Sanitary Sewer Line in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2443. Contract Report Number 77. Bryan, Texas: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Off Road Vehicle Park in Upshur County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Archaeological Report 00-16. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2000.
Cultural Survey of the Fern Bluff Park and Trail Improvement Project, Williamson County, Texas by Fred Valdez, Jr., Principal Investigator, and Sean R. Nash. TAP No. 2508. Report of Investigations, No. 4. Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a 46.72-acre Tract for the Floresville Independent School District, Wilson County, Texas, by Steven M. Kotter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2519. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2001.
Reassessment of Ten Archeological Sites Along The Houston Ship Channel - Morgan's Point to Buffalo Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by Paul R. Takac, Jeffrey G. Paine, and Michael B. Collins. Principal Investigators: Lawrence Aten and Michael B. Collins. Studies in Archeology 38. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 2000.
Cultural Resources Survey and Geoarcheological Investigations of Segment IV of the President George Bush Turnpike, Dallas County Texas, by Duane E. Peter, Steven M. Hunt, David Shanabrook, Floyd B. Largent, Jr., Kellie A. Krapf. Principal Investigators: Duane E. Peter and Melissa M. Green. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 171. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
Letter Report, McFaddin NWR Survey - MAC PN 01-24, by Roger G. Moore and Abigail P. Beck, Co-Principal Investigators. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Water Lines for the Salado Water Supply Corporation, Bell County, Texas, by David O. Brown, James T. Jones, and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2515. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Moya Park/Onion Creek Bank Stabilization, Travis County, Texas, by Ross C. Fields: Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2551. Letter Report No. 476. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Final - Public Access Version - Cultural Resource Inventory of the Proposed Diamond-Koch II, L.P., 4 Inch Steel Reinecke Lateral Natural Gas Pipeline, Borden County, Texas, by Stanley D. Bussey, Principal Investigator, and Roger J. Burkhalter. ABI Report No. 2010701A. Norman, OK: Atkins Benham Environmental Division, 2001.
An Intensive Survey of the Proposed Site of the Southwest Regional Williamson County Park, by John Andrew Moreman and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2438. Archeology Series No. 87. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Water and Reuse Water Pipelines for Nogales Power Plant - Guadalupe County, Texas, by Michael Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2496. Document No. 010003. Austin: PBS& J, 2000.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Sewer Line and Lift Station for the Tradition Golf and Country Club at University Ranch in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2498. Contract Report Number 79. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archaeological Monitoring for Williams Communications, Inc., Fiber Optics Cable Installation in the Union Pacific Railroad Right-of-Way, El Paso, Texas, by Sergio Mendez, Victor Gibbs, Brian Knight, Chris Lowry and Daron Duke. Principal Investigator: Mark C. Slaughter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 156T-EP. El Paso, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
Geoarchaeological Investigations of the Proposed Brushy Creek Wastewater System Contracts 20 and 21, Williamson County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2457. Document No. 000242. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Final - West Fork Interceptor Geoarchaeological Survey, City of Grand Prairie, Dallas County, Texas, by Brandy G. Lim and Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2306. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Investigations at a Spanish Colonial Site, (41KA26-B) Karnes County, Texas, by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and Cynthia L. Tennis. TAP No. 492. TXDOT Archaeological Studies Report No. 26. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 302. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
A Phase I Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Aerie Networks, Inc., Regeneration Station Location in Fannin County, Texas, by Victoria D. Vargas. Kansas City, MO: P.A.C.E. Environmental Services, LLC, 2001.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Nextel Iowa Colony Cell Tower Site, Brazoria County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations 286. MAC PN 01-12. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Results of an Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Covered Bridge Subdivision, Travis County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk and Doug Drake. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2361. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-329. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Cultural Resources Investigations of a Reported Well in Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2267. Archaeological Report 99-7. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Texas A&M University Student Retreat Center, Brazos County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2353. Archaeological Report 00-8. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Stonegate-Hillcountry Transmission Line, Bexar County, Texas, by Michelle R. Dippel, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2472. Document No. 000368. Houston: PBS&J, 2001.
Archaeological Investigations at Four San Antonio Missions: Mission Trails Underground Convrsion Project, by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Robert J. Hard and Cynthia L. Tennis. TAP No. 2020. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 297. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Forty-Two Permanent School Fund Lands in Brewster County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2064. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 99-01. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
The Brackenridge Park Rehabilitation Project Archaeological Survey, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2495. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-331. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of Seismic Lines within the Lance Rosier Unit of the Big Thicket National Preserve, Hardin County, Texas, by David O. Brown, S. Christopher Caran, Sue Moss, Ed Janak, Dave Severinson, Mark Kainer, Stanley Jones, Gergory Sundberg, and James T. Jones. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 1999.
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2001-167/1 Cultural Resource Management Intensive Survey at Goose Creek - Baytown, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator, and Nataliya V. Hryshechko. TAP No. 2344. Houston: Cultural Resource Consultants, 1999.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Robinson Properties Development Project, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator; Eric R. Morley, C. Russ Shortes. TAP No. 2520. Document No. 010029. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Polk County Landfill Expansion in Central Polk County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2636. Contract Report No. 90. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed A-15 Pipeline in Central Jasper County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 88. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Crown Castle Cellular Telecommunications Tower Near Proctor, Comanche County, TX - Final Letter Report, by Russell D. Greaves. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resource Survey of Rabbs Bayou, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations 288. MAC PN 00-157. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of a 35-Acre Texas Permanent School Fund Tract, Hudspeth County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2516. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 00-02. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 2000, by Andrew F. Malof and Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2308. Annual Report No. 10. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, 2001.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey along a 7.2 Mile Segment of State Highway 21/US 190 between North Zulch and Madisonville in Madison County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2485. Contract Report No. 70. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Results of Archaeological Investigations Conducted at Four Proposed Fiber Optic Regeneration Stations in Parker, Taylor, Midland, and Jeff Davis Counties, Texas, by John A. Campbell. Principal Investigator: Orval E. "Dan" Shinn. Project No. 98-108-4-021. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2001.
Report of a Phase I Deep Testing at the Alamo Compression Station in Hidalgo County, Texas, by Jorge Garcia-Herreros. PN 1288.004 Houston: BHE Environmental, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Dowdell Pud Water Facilities, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2564. Report of Investigations No. 287. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
A Phase I Archaeological Investigation of the Champion Paper Reroute Segment, Aerie Networks, Inc., Houston to Chicago Fiber Optic Cable Project, Montgomery County, Texas, by Don L. Dycus, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2586. Kansas City, MO: P.A.C.E. Environmental Services, LLC, 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Texas Tech University Campus, Gillespie County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake and Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2580. Letter Report No. 486. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Assessment of Targeted Stream Crossings along the Koch Index 1 Pipeline and Laterals - Kaufman, Dallas, and Tarrant Counties, Texas, by Jeff P. Turpin. Technical Report 18. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2001.
Archival Research for VIA Westside Multimodal Environmental Assessment, San Antonio, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: Robert J. Hard. Letter Report, No. 133. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the City of Harker Heights Park Project, Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2155. Report of Investigations No. 29. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2001.
Archival Research Lots 1 and 2 of New City Block 404, East Houston and North St. Mary's Streets, San Antonio, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigators: Steve A. Tomka and Cynthia L. Tennis. Letter Report, No. 134. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Survey and Cultural ResourcesAssessment of Hunting Bayou and Surrounding Area, Harris County, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2431. Report of Investigations No. 4. Houston: Greenstone Geoscience, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of a 12-Acre Texas Permanent School Fund Tract, Atascosa County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2299. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 00-01. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2000.
Archaeological Survey in South Central Taylor County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2606. Cultural Resources Report 2001-22. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
Cultural Resource Management Intensive Survey at White Oak Detention Site, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator, and Nataliya V. Hryshechko. TAP No. 2344. No: 90706. Houston: Cultural Resource Consultants, 1999.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway from High Island to the Brazos River Diversion Channel, Brazoria, Chambers, and Galveston Counties, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Sue Winton Moss. Co-Principal Investigators: Elton R. Prewitt and Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations, No. 130. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Visitor's Center Site and Beautification Areas, City of San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2576. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 00-353. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Archeological Survey for the North Acres Trail Improvement Project, Travis County, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2604. Letter Report No. 491. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed City of Georgetown County Road 193 Water System Improvements, Williamson County, Texas, by Richard A. Hubbard. Principal Investigator: David V. Hill. TAP No. 2630. Austin, TX: Hill Country Environmental, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Monitoring of Barracks R Reconstruction, Fort Martin Scott, Gillespie County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2458. Letter Report No. 489. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Native American Territorial Ranges in the Central Region of Texas, by Patience Elizabeth Patterson. Fort Worth, TX: United States Army Corps of Engineers, 2001.
Texas Water Development Board 2000 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for TAP No. 2309, Volume 1, by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson. Austin, TX: Texas Water Development Board, 2001.
Texas Water Development Board 2000 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for TAP No. 2309, Volume 2, by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson. Austin, TX: Texas Water Development Board, 2001.
Cultural Resources Investigations for the Proposed Creek Bend Flood Control Improvements Phase II-B Expansion, Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Sally Victor, and Julie Hales, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2588. Document No. 010158. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Bob Bryant Park, City of Bastrop, Bastrop County, Texas, by Chet Walker, Brandon S. Young, and Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2596. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-356. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
A Cultural Resource Assessment of One Section of the Proposed Loop 49 South in Tyler, Texas, by Timothy B. Griffith, Jonathan H. Jarvis, and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2533. Archeology Series No. 92. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
The Piedra del Diablo Site, Val Verde County, Texas and Notes on Some Trans-Pecos, Texas, Archeological Material in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., by Elton R. Prewitt. Archeological Report No. 18. Austin, TX: Texas Historical Survey Committee, 1970.
Archeological Investigations in Crosby and Dickens Counties, Texas During the Winter, 1966-1967, by Mark L. Parsons. Report No. 7. Austin, TX: State Building Commission, Archeological Program, 1967.
Three Prehistoric Sites near Cedar Bayou, Galveston Bay Area, by J. Richard Ambler. Report No. 8. Austin, TX: State Building Commission, Archeological Program, 1967.
Archeological Excavations in Northwestern Crockett County, Texas, 1966-1967, by Dessamae Lorrain. Report No. 12. Austin, TX: State Building Commission, Archeological Program, 1968.
Archeological Investigations in Kleberg and Kenedy Counties, Texas in August, 1967, by Thomas Roy Hester. Report No. 15. Austin, TX: State Building Commission, Archeological Program, 1969.
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2001-205/1 Camp Maxey II - A 5,000 Acre Cultural Resource Survey of Camp maxey, Lamar County, Texas, by Anthony S. Lyle, Steve A. Tomka, Principal Investigators, and Timothy K. Perttula. TAP No. 2180. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 312. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Camp Maxey II - A 5,000 Acre Cultural Resource Survey of Camp maxey, Lamar County, Texas -- Map Supplement, by Anthony S. Lyle, Steve A. Tomka, Principal Investigators, and Timothy K. Perttula. TAP No. 2180. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 312. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
An Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Water Pipeline Route in South Bexar County, Texas, by Alston V. Thoms, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1802. Technical Report No. 3. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2001.
Cultural Resources Investigations of the El Paso Electric Company Facilities Locator Project, by John A. Peterson, and Mark Willis. Principal Investigator: Stephen Mbutu. TAP No. 2161. El Paso, TX: Anthropology Research Center, The University of Texas at El Paso, 2000.
Archeological Monitoring of Site 41OR85 for Centennial Pipeline, Orange County, Texas, HJN 000151 AR, by Pat McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resources Overview and Reconnaissance for Route Selection for Water Transmission Line Routes to the Jonathan Rogers Water Treatment Plant, El Paso, Texas, by John A. Peterson, and Mark Willis. El Paso, TX: Archaeological Research, Inc., 2000.
National Register of Historic Places Eligibility Testing on Site 41FT7, Freestone County, Texas, by David Sherman, Principal Investigator. Document No. 010177. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of a 5.30-Acre Parcel for a Proposed Port of Entry Building in Fort Hancock, Hudspeth County, Texas, by Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Report of Investigations No. 391-EP. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
An Archeological Survey of Proposed Improvements to Mykawa Road, Harris and Brazoria Counties, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2634. Report of Investigations No. 293. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
National Register Eligibility Testing at 41LE177, ALCOA Sandow Mine, Lee County, Texas, Archaeological, Geoarchaeological, and Paleoenvironmental Assessment of an Upland Sandy Mantle Site, by Robert A. Ricklis. Corpus Christi, TX: Coastal Archaeological Research, Inc., 2001.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Brazos Fee Former Arrowhead Gun Club in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 81. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
An Archeological Survey of a Proposed Jogging Trail to George Park, City of Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator, and Kelly Schexnayder. TAP No. 2575. Report of Investigations No. 304. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Assessment of 41HS682 and Survey of 124 Acres, Sabine Mine Expansion Area, Harrison County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Technical Reports No. 52. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Investigation of a 50-Acre Tract for the Proposed Twin Buttes Switching Station - Tom Green County, Texas, by Julie Hales, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2601. Document No. 010198. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Archeological Survey of a 20-acre Tract in Eastern Bexar County for Judson I.S.D., by Steven Kotter. TAP No. 2415. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed George Bush Hike and Bike Trail, Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations 294. MAC PN 00-114. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Colorado Valley Telephone Cooperative Fiber Optic Cable, Fayette County, Texas, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2628. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-367. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Cultural Resource Investigations for the Northeast Runway Expansion Project, El Paso Airport, El Paso, Texas, by John A. Peterson, and Mark Willis. Principal Investigator: Roy B. Brown. TAP No. 2145. El Paso, TX: Archaeological Research, Inc., 1999.
Archaeological Survey of the Clint Landfill in East El Paso County, Texas, by John A. Peterson, Roy B. Brown, Principal Investigator, and Mark Willis. TAP No. 2156. El Paso, TX: Archaeological Research, Inc., 2000.
Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Cingular Cellular Pad, Arroyo City, Cameron County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. Letter Report, No. 136. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Testing at the Prehistoric Site of 41SM231, Smith County, Texas, by Steven Ahr. Occasional Papers of the Archeology Studies Program, Volume 1, No. 2. Austin: Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 2001.
Archeological Survey for the City of Waco's Wetlands Nursery Project, McLennan County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 497. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of 471.14 Acres and the A-11, A-12, D-15, D-16, D-17, D-18, USA #1 Well Pads 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. 41. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2001.
Letter Report: Archaeological Reconnaissance of Proposed Wetland Construction Area on the Rayford Pullen Ranch, Montague County, Texas, by Hilary Chester. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Assessment of Prehistoric Site 41GU67, Arrowhead Hill - Schertz-Seguin Water System, Guadalupe County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Report 20. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the J.B. Wells Park for the City of Gonzales, Gonzales County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2500. Report of Investigations No. 40. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2001.
Changing Perspectives on the Toyah: Data Recovery Investigations of 41TV441, The Toyah Bluff Site, Travis County, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator; Rachel Feit and Timothy B. Griffith. TAP No. 2074. Archeology Series No. 94. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
Addendum I To Phase I Archaeological Investigations for the Proposed Longview Transmission Line Project, Harrison, Upshur, and Gregg Counties, Texas, by John A. Campbell. TAP No. 2565. Project No. 20567. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Calpine Well Pad Site, Matagorda County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations 299. MAC PN 01-87. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Saur and Grosser Property Segments of the Proposed Van Raub Transmission Line, Bexar and Comal Counties, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2517. Document No. 010023. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Cultural Resources Investigations for the Proposed Bill McAllister Park, Lubbock County Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, James Belew. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2663. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 232. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the 14 Acre Arterial B Development Project, Williamson County, Texas, by Eric Morley. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. TAP No. 2639. Document No. 010231. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Archaeological Survey for a Proposed Skate and Aquatics Facility at Lady Bird Johnson Park, San Antonio, Texas, by Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator, and David O. Brown. TAP No. 2620. Report of Investigations No. 7. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2001.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey and Archaeological Inventory of the Proposed Kaufman Energy Facility, Kaufman County, Texas, by Jon VandenBosch, Paul Heinrich, Susan Barrett Smith, and William P. Athens, Principal Investigator. New Orleans, LA: R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Phase II Testing of Site 41GG59, Gregg County, Texas, by John A. Campbell and Marianne Marek. TAP No. 2565. Project No. 20567. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resource Investigations of the El Paso Global Networks Long Haul Fiber Optic Line: The Segment from San Antonio to El Paso, Texas, by Christopher Lintz, J Michael Quigg, Ruth Marie. TAP No. 2617. TRC Environmental, Inc., 2001.
Limited Test Excavations at 41CW70 and 41CW71, LCRA Mendoza to Dumphill Electrical Transmission Line Replacement Project, Caldwell County, by Daniel J. Prikryl: Principal Investigator; Andrew F. Malof, and Glenn T. Goode. TAP No. 2494. Cultural Resources Report No. 8. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Parks and Conservation Services, 2001.
Mission San José Phase I Expanion Monitoring, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. Letter Report, No. 137. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Survey and Reconnaissance of Two Proposed Alignments for the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company, Seadrift Build-In Project, Calhoun County Texas, by Steven W. Ahr. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 229. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Del Valle ISD Junior High School #2, Travis County, Texas, HJN 010287 AR, by Russ Brownlow and Pat McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2674. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resource Investigations of the El Paso Global Networks Metro Build Fiber Optic Line: East Martin Street Crossing of the San Antonio River, Bexar County, Texas, by Ruth Marie, Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 2649. TRC Environmental, Inc., 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the City of Huntsville Veterans Memorial Parkway in Central Walker County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. BVRA Report No. 01-20. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
The Denbigh Project: Test Excavations at the Wreck of an American Civil War Blockade-Runner, by J. Barto Arnold III, Principal Investigator; Thomas J. Oertling, and Andrew W. Hall. TAP No. 2200. College Station, TX: Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Tiger Creek Compartment 3, Jasper County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 89. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Cross Timbers Park, Denton County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2632. Longview, TX: 3D/International, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey along the East Texas Supply Project, Gulf South Pipeline Company, Sabine, Shelby, and San Augustine Counties, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin. Technical Report 20. Austin, TX: TAS, Inc., 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Vastar A-109 Pipeline in Western, Jasper County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 96. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archeological Survey of Wind Energy Facilities on University Lands, Indian Mesa, Pecos County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2501. Cultural Resources Report 6. Austin: Borderlands Archaeological Research Unit, the University of Texas at Austin, 2001.
Archaeological Investigations at the John W. Coulter Residence (41BZ151) in Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2694. Contract Report No. 94. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archaeological Investigation Intensive Survey at Little Cypress Creek, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2420. No: 00515. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2000.
An Archaeological Survey of 90 Acres at Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, by Raymond P. Mauldin, Principal Investigator, and Cory J. Broehm. TAP No. 2310. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 319. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
An Archeological Survey and Cultural Resources Assessment of a Harris County Flood Control District Land Acquisition in Northwestern Harris County, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2642. Report of Investigations No. 5. Houston: Greenstone Geoscience, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Water Transmission Line for the City of Granger, Williamson County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2652. Contract Report No. 83. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
A Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Wellborn Special Utility District Number 2001 Project in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2522. Contract Report No. 80. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
South St. Mary's - south Alamo Streets Monitoring in Downtown San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2268. Letter Report, No. 135. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed IH 35 Rest Area, Medina County, Texas, CSJ: 0017-05-076, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2571. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-355. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
The State Office Building Archaeological Project: Testing Report, by John A. Peterson, Stephen Mbutu, Bill Lockhart, William J. Fling III and Mark Willis. TAP No. 2029. El Paso, TX: Anthropology Research Center, The University of Texas at El Paso, 2001.
The T.C. Osborn Tenant Farm, 41BP314: An Early Sharecropper Site in Bastrop County, Texas, by José E. Zapata. Principal Investigator: Nancy A. Kenmotsu. TAP No. 598. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 309. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archaeological Site Testing at the Abilene Southside Water Treatment Plant, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2679. Cultural Resources Report 2001-36. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
An Archaeological Inventory of Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 316. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Lower Neches Valley Authority 33-Acre Water Treatment Plant Site and Associated Waterline Routes, Winnie, Chambers County, Texas, HJN 010090 AR, by Russ Brownlow. Principal Investigator: Pat McLoughlin. TAP No. 2608. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Salem Loop Transmission Line, Cooke County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 499. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of the Agua Dulce Community Self-Help Center in East El Paso County, Texas, by John A. Peterson, and Mark D. Willis. Principal Investigator: Marc Thompson. TAP No. 2292. El Paso, TX: 2000.
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