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Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Inventory Part 4

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 4



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
4. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 4 [this page]
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 4

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2002-015/1 Archeological Reconnaissance of Three Permanent School Fund Tracts in the Apache Mountains, Culberson County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2291. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2001-0010. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Permanent School Tract 141110 Presidio County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2505. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2001-06. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
A Cultural Survey of Proposed Improvements to the South Shaver Road Ditch, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, and Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2475. Report of Investigations 301. MAC PN 00-99. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Final Report Archeological Investigations along the Williams Drive Wastewater Interceptor. City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator; and Eric Oksanen. TAP No. 1917. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 0240. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological, Geoarcheological, and Natural Resources Investigations of a Proposed Outfall Line at the Wilson Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Collin County Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, Keith Baird, and David Pitts. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2719. Letter Report No. 69. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Three Permanent School Fund Tracts in Ward County, West Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2446. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2000-008. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Final Report Archeological Testing at Sites 41WM908, 41WM911 and 41BL1092 along the Williamson County Regional Raw Water Pipeline, Williamson and Bell Counties, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator; Craig A. Weaver and Glenn T. Goode. TAP No. 2026. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 0247. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resource Survey of A Proposed Well Pad in Live Oak County, Texas, by W. Nicholas Trierweiler. BLM Permit No. 179-2920-01-A. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Proposed Quarry Locales on Permanent School Fund Land in El Paso County, West Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2669. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2001-04. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
The Basin and Range Province: Continuing Intensive Survey of Indian Mesa I and II - 150 MW Large Wind Energy Conversion Project by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator; Timothy B. Griffith, Jonathan H. Jarvis, and Diamond Kapanday. TAP No. 2507. Archeology Series No. 93. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
Archaeological Invesstigations at the Proposed Rehmet Cell Tower Location, Travis County, Texas, by Shane F. Pritchard. Project 34134. Austin: TRC Environmental Corporation, 2001.
Results of an Archaeological Survey of the North I Road Improvement Project, Hildago County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2518. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-234A. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Results of an Archaeological Survey of the South I Road Improvement Project, Hildago County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2518. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-234B. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Results of an Archaeological Survey of the McColl Road Improvement Project, Hildago County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2518. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-234C. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Panther Canyon Trail Survey, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, by José E. Zapata and Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2702. Letter Report, No. 138. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey and Geoarcheological Investigations at the Proposed Muddy Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Dallas County Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2661. Letter Report No. 66. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
An Archeological Investigation at Hunt Lane (CSJ 0915-12-276), San Antonio, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné. TAP No. 2635. Letter Report No. 59. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Reconnaissance and Survey of Proposed Road Expansion for Anderson Mill Road between RM 620 and Spicewood Springs Parkway, by Dana Anthony and David O. Brown. TAP No. 2672. Project Reference No. 01115. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Eight Permanent School Fund Lands in Western Presidio County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2202. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 99-0005. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Panama Road Landfill Site, Palo Pinto County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner, Brenda B. Whorton, and Lane K. Trask. Cultural Resources Report 2001-30. Dallas: AR Consultants, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Southwestern Bell Communications Fiber Optic Line Route, State Highway 127 from Uvalde County Road 331 to Uvalde County Road 388 near Sabinal, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin. TAP No. 2708. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 21. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of the Proposed State Highway 45, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator; Timothy B. Griffith, Jonathan H. Jarvis, and Rachel Feit. TAP No. 2493. Archeology Series No. 95. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of High Probability Areas in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Harlem Prison Farm Tract, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2556. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2001-05. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Final Report: Archeological Survey of the Jungman Tract, by Eric A. Schroeder. TAP No. 2318. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of 594-Acre Central State Prison Farm Tract 3, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2659. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2659. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Results of Survey Investigations for the Proposed Texas Tech Parkway, Lubbock, Texas, by John Andrew Moreman. James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2535. Archeology Series No. 90. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Coastal Banc Facility Location, Brownsville, Texas, by John E. Keller. Los Fesnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, 2001.
Archaeological Testing of Site 41BX1199, Government Canyon State Natural Area, Bexar County, Texas, by Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigators: Russell D. Greaves and Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2582. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 323. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of a 640-Acre Permanent School Fund Tract in Southern Terrell County, West Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2506. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2001-02. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Water Lines for the Tri-County Special Utility District, Falls, McLennan, Robertson, and Limestone Counties, Texas, by David O. Brown, Dana Anthony, James T. Jones, and Ron W. Ralph. TAP No. 2514. Project Reference No. 00150. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of a 462-Acre Permanent School Fund Tract in Loving County, West Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2418. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2000-009. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2000.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Water Transmission Line from Stowell to High Island, Chambers and Galveston Counties, Texas, by David O. Brown, S. Christopher Caran, and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2380. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2001.
The Matagorda Cemetery Project: Unmarked Graves and Community Heritage, by Alston V. Thoms, Principal Investigator. Technical Report No. 5. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2001.
Archeological Test Excavations at Two Prehistoric Sites in the Cedar Springs Recreation Area at Lake o' the Pines, Upshur County, Texas, by Elizabeth Burson. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 219. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
1999 Reburial at Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Antonio, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka, Principal Investigator and José E. Zapata. TAP No. 2285. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 311. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Prehistoric and Historic Occupation in Central Brazos County - Archaeological Investigations of Two City Parks: Veterans Park and Athletic Complex and Lick Creek Park, College Station, Texas, by J. Phil Dering and J. Bryan Mason. Technical Report No. 4. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Moeller Ditch Widening Project, Brazoria County, Texas, by Roger Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2667. Report of Investigations 302. MAC PN 01-72. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2001.
Phase I Survey and Deep Testing of Stewarts Creek Channel for the City of Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas, by J. Bryan Mason and Jorge Garcia-Herreros, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2614. Houston: BHE Environmental, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Donner Brown A-38 #1 Gas Pipeline in Western Newton County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2522. Contract Report No. 93. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Three Permanent School Tracts in Southeastern Presidio County, West Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2600. Archeological Reconnaissance Report No. 2001-06. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2002.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of 32.6 acres of the Proposed Trinity River Regional Park Site in North Central Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné. TAP No. 2749. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 244. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a 6-acre Parcel at the Corner of the Intersection of Farm-to-Market Road 620 and Great Oaks Drive, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 000222 AR, by Pat McLoughlin, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the No. 1 Vastar-Johnson Well Location, Pipeline, and Production Facility, Jasper County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. Project No. 046156. Longview, TX: 3D/International, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of 95 Acres at Waco Lake, McLennan County, Texas, by Marie E. Blake and Amy E. Dase. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Letter Report No. 507. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of Two Proposed Construction Areas, West-Central Campus, University of Texas at San Antonio, by Alston V. Thoms, Principal Investigator; J. Bryan Mason and Patricia A. Clabaugh. Letter Report No. 2. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2001.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed 57-Foot Central Texas Telephone Cooperative Telecommunications Cable in Colorado Bend State Park, Lampasas and San Saba Counties, Texas, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2631. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-365. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in Laredo, Webb County Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 65. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
McAllister Park Parking and Road Extension Project, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by José E. Zapata. Steve A. Tomka, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2732. Letter Report, No. 140. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Phase I Archaeological Survey, West Dietz Creek Drainage Improvement Project, City of Schertz, Guadalupe County, Texas, by Thomas W. Bodor and Justin S. Patton. TAP No. 2705. Gaithersburg, MD: URS Group, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in Eagle Pass, Maverick County Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Edward Salo. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 64. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Bamberger Nature Park Survey, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Antonia L. Figueroa. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2668. Letter Report, No. 139. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archaeological Monitoring of Excavations for a River Extension at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, by Barbara A. Meissner. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2349. Letter Report, No. 128. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001.
Archeological Survey of the Penn Octane Pipeline Route on Resaca de la Palma State Park, Cameron County, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2745. Letter Report No. 516. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
A Five-Acre Granite Quarry Archaeological Survey in Far West Hudspeth County, by John A. Peterson and Mark Willis. Principal Investigator: Marc Thompson. TAP No. 2523. El Paso, TX: John A. Peterson and Associates, 2001.
Archaeological Research Done for Pre-construction and Construction Trench Monitoring of the Phase III D-S Subdivision Collectors, Area T Project, San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas, by Elia Perez. TAP No. 2489. Project 27941. El Paso: TRC, 2001.
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 L. Sherman. Document No. 000237. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Cultural Resource Investigation Intensive Survey Proposed Detention Site at Kuykendahl Road, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2612. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2001.
The Smith Creek Bridge Site (41DW270) a Terrace Site in De Witt County, Texas, by Dale Hudler, Keith Prilliman and Thomas Gustavson. Principal Investigator: Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 1922. Studies in Archeology 35. Archeology Studies Program, Report No. 17. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin; Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 2002.
The El Paso Loop 375 Archaeological Project: Phase II Testing and Phase III Mitigation, by J. Phil Dering, Harry J. Shafer and Robyn P. Lyle. Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeological Studies Program, Report No. 38. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, Reports of Investigations No. 3, 2001.
Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Proposed Dove Road Extension, Grapevine, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2698. Cultural Resources Report 2001-43. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Survey of the Chandler Road Extension, Williamson County, Texas by Sean R. Nash, Principle Investigator; and Greg Staples. TAP No. 2690. Report of Investigations, No. 9. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2001.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of the Clint Independent School District Elementary School in East El Paso County, Texas by John A. Peterson, Principal Investigator; Mark Willis, and Marc Thompson. TAP No. 2459. El Paso, TX: John A. Peterson and Associates, 2000.
A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Broadwing Fiber Optic Line, Travis, Caldwell, Hays, Guadalupe, and Bexar Counties, Texas, by Eric Morley. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. TAP No. 2622. Document No. 010206. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the W.G. "Bill" Lear Sport Complex (Phase I) Gregg County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2764. Project No. 046152. Longview, TX: 3D/International, Inc., 2002.
YISD/PSB Land Exchange Archaeological Project, El Paso County, Texas by, Roy B. Brown, Principal Investigator; John A. Peterson and Mark D. Willis. TAP No. 2347. 2000.
Geoarchaeological Investigations Along the Proposed Clear Fork Parallel Relief Sewer Line at the Clear Fork of the Trinity River, Tarrant County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff and Kirsten Kahl. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Additions to Southwest Regional Williamson County Park, by J. Andrew Moreman, Jonathan H. Jarvis; and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2687. Archeology Series No. 99. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
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2002-065/1 Remote-Sensing Investigations of Six Proposed Well Pads and Two Proposed Pipeline Routes in Corpus Christi Bay, Nueces County, Texas, by Robert L. Gearhart, Principal Investigator; and Layne Hedrick, Project Archaeologist. TAP No. 2629. COE Permit No. 09669[12]. Document No. 010321. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the San Antonio Water System Lost Lane Reservoir Project, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2781. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-283. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
The Public Service Board/El Paso Water Utilities Land Exchange in Northwest El Paso Archaeological Survey, by John A. Peterson, Mark Willis, and Tim Graves. Marc Thompson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2336. El Paso, TX: PMB 248, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Wichita Falls Landfill Expansion Wichita County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2729. Cultural Resources Report 2001-41. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2001.
Results of Archeological Survey Investigations for the Loop 1 Project Area Final Report, by Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator; and Timothy B. Griffith. TAP No. 2468. Archeology Series No. 95. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Utility Pipeline Corridor, Wise County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné, and Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 243. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Excavations Intensive Survey - Proposed Borrow Ditch Construction Harris County Flood Control District, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator. Nataliya V. Hryshechko, Archaeologist. TAP No. 2766. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of DW-SRF Nacagdoches Water System Improvements, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2758. Archaeological Report 02-1. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the 5.66 Mile Waterline for the City of Keene, Johnson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2762. Report of Investigations No. 46. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
Phase II Archaeological Investigations of Mitigation Area 1A of Segment IV of the President George Bush Turnpike, Dallas County, Texas, by Duane E. Peter, David Shanabrook, Judy Hennessee Cooper, LeeAnna Schniebs, Phil Dering, Rob Nawojchik. TAP No. 2710. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 246. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Mesa Drain Interceptors, East El Paso, Texas, by Elia Perez. Principal Investigator: Timothy G. Baugh. TAP No. 2605. Project 29004. El Paso: TRC.
Archeological Monitoring and Geomorphic Investigation at the City of Austin Town Lake Community Events Center Travis County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, John W. Clark, Jr., S. Christopher Caran. TAP No. 2429. Heritage Management Series, Report of Investigations No. 4. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2002.
Last Twentieth Century Archeological Investigations at the Arnold Roitsch Site (41RR16), Red River County, Texas, by Larry D. Banks and Nathan T. Banks. TAP No. 2179. 2002.
Archeological Survey of White Oak Bayou from Cole Creek to West Road, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Joseph M. Sanchez and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2492. Report of Investigations 292. MAC PN 00-32. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Woldert Park -- Tyler, Texas, by Lance K. Trask, Floyd D. Kent and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2737. Cultural Resources Report 2001-01. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Archeological Survey for a Proposed Montgomery ISD Athletic Tract, Montgomery County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator; Kelly Schexnayder, Project Archeologist. TAP No. 2574. Report of Investigations 308. MAC PN 01-36. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Expansion of Nolan River Road in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, by Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2671. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of a 22.027 Acre Parcel for a Proposed Jobe McNary Concrete Batch Plant near Esperanza, Hudspeth County, Texas, by Victor Gibbs, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2782. Report of Investigations No. 543-EP. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Timpson Road/High School Park Site -- Center, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2743. Cultural Resources Report 2001-46. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of Additional and Replacement Waterlines to the City of Nacagdoches Water System, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2728. Archaeological Report 01-3. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2002.
Archeological Survey of The City of Abilene's Proposed Water Treatment Facility, Taylor County, Texas, by Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2378. Letter Report No. 483. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed East El Paso Water Reclamation Plant, El Paso County, Texas, by Mark Sechrist. Principal Investigator: Timothy G. Baugh. TAP No. 2602. Project 30150. El Paso: TRC, 2002.
Data Recovery at the Bear Branch Site (41CA13), Callahan County, Texas by Paul and Susana R. Katz, Principal Investigators. PRIAM Project No. 9906. USDA Contract No. 53-7442-9-016. 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 1.25-Mile Natural Gas Pipeline Right-of-Way, Sweeny, Brazoria County, Texas, HJN 020041 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
An Archeological Survey of the 86-acre Montgomery ISD Tract, Montgomery County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator; Kelly Schexnayder, Project Archeologist. TAP No. 2574. Report of Investigations 307. MAC PN 01-35. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey for the Concord Robbins WSC Project in Western Leon County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 99. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
An Archaeological Survey for the Concord Robbins WSC Project in Western Leon County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 98. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Seven Permanent School Fund Tracts in Hudspeth County, West Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2198. Archeological Survey Report No. 2198. Austin, TX: Texas General Land Office, 2001.
Archeological Survey and Testing of Schulle Park, Hays County, Texas by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2634. Technical Report No. 2. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
An Archeological and Geoarchaeological Investigation of 5.15 Acres for the San Marcos Concolidated Independent School District, Hays County, Texas by David L. Nickels and C. Britt Bousman, Principal Investigators. TAP No. 2587. Technical Report No. 1. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Additional and Replacement Waterlines to the City of Nacagdoches Water System, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2728. Archaeological Report 01-3. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of DW-SRF Nacagdoches Water System Improvements, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2758. Archaeological Report 02-1. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Site of the Proposed Onalaska Junior/Senior High School in West-Central Polk County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2783. Contract Report No. 97. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
Sand Hill Energy Center: An Archaeological and Geoarchelogical Investigation at 41TV462 and the Proposed Location of the Expansion Facility, Travis County, Texas, by Shane Pritchard, Grant D. Smith, and J. Michael Quigg: Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2787. Project 35326. Austin, TX: TRC, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Beeville Natural Gas Pipeline Replacement Project at Spring Creek South of Highway 463, Victoria County, Texas, by John Fulmer, Principal Investigator. Document No. 020027. Houston, TX: PBS&J, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed El Paso Water Utilities - Public Service Board Artcraft/Westport/El Paso West Interceptor Relief System in El Paso County, Texas, by Chad Burt. Principal Investigator: Victor Gibbs. TAP No. 2792. Report of Investigations No. 550EP. El Paso, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Reassessing Cultural Extinction: Change and Survival at Mission San Juan Capistrano, Texas, by Alston V. Thoms. Report of Investigations No. 4. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2001.
Data Recovery Excavations at 41BX1412 a Multicomponent Site in McAllister Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2466. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 324. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Archeological Testing at the Prehistoric Site of 41UR36, Upshur County, Texas, by Steven Ahr. Occasional Papers of the Archeology Studies Program, Volume 2, No. 1. Austin: Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Leon Creek Greenway Hike and Bike Trail, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by José E. Zapata and Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2724. Letter Report, No. 141. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Two Pipelines for the D-16 and D-18 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. 48. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed U.S. Highway 277 Relief Route around the City of Haskell, Haskell County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2320. Letter Report No. 453. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed Irrigation Water Line Route at the San Felipe Springs Site (41VV444), Val Verde County, Texas, by Gemma Mehalchick. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 2662. Letter Report, No. 512. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Geoarcheological Investigations of Wetland Cell D within the Dallas Floodway Extension Project Area, Dallas, Texas, by David Shanabrook, Duane E. Peter, Principal Investigator; and Steven M. Hunt. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 233. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Overview of Six Areas in the Onion Creek Watershed, Travis County, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff, Amy E. Dase, and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Technical Reports, No. 54. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
National Register Testing of Nine Archeological Sites at Waco Lake, McLennan County, Texas, by Ann M. Scott, Karl W. Kibler, Co-Principal Investigator; and Marie E. Blake. Co-Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Report of Investigations, No. 132. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Broadwing Fiber Optic Line, Travis, Caldwell, Hays, Guadalupe, and Bexar Counties, Texas, by Eric Morley. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. TAP No. 2622. Document No. 010206. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the W.G. “Bill” Lear Sport Complex (Phase I) Gregg County, Texas, by Victor Galan, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2764. Project No. 046152. Longview, TX: 3D/International, Inc., 2002.
YISD/PSB Land Exchange Archaeological Project, El Paso County, Texas, by Roy B. Brown,Principal Investigator; John A. Peterson and Mark D. Willis. TAP No. 2347. 2000.
Geoarchaeological Investigations Along the Proposed Clear Fork Parallel Relief Sewer Line at the Clear Fork of the Trinity River, Tarrant County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff and Kirsten Kahl. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Additions to Southwest Regional Williamson County Park, by J. Andrew Moreman, Jonathan H. Jarvis; and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2687. Archeology Series No. 99. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2001.
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2002-096/1 Intensive Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed Reroute of Relief Interceptor WF-G, Dallas County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 243. Letter Report No. 48. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2000.
2000 Annual Report to The Texas Historical Commission. TAP No. 2307. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2001.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Canyon Regional Water Authority Systems Improvement, Hays and Caldwell Counties, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator; Eric Oksanen, Terry Jones and Alton K. Briggs. TAP No. 2160. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 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.
An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Proposed System Improvements for the Manville Water Supply Corporation - Lee, Travis, and Williamson Counties, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 85. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Means Number 3 Pipeline Access and Tie-In in West-Central Washington County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 91. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed ARCO Blackstone Mineral A-977 #1 Gas Pipeline in Jasper County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Contract Report No. 92. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2001.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed Pipeline Route at the Darrington Prison Unit, Brazoria County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2408. Report of Investigations 274. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2000.
Analysis of Remote Sensing Data Relative to the Presence of Submerged Cultural Resources For the Galveston Bay Pipeline Project, by Stephen R. James, Jr. and Melissa Madrigal. TAP No. 2699. Houston: URS Corporation, 2002.
Reassessment of the Cultural Resources of Pit 6, Calvert Mine, Robertson County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin. Cultural Resources Report 17. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2002.
Results of the Archeological Survey for the Crystal Brook Flood Control Project Phase 1 in Austin, Texas, by Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator; and John Andrew Moreman. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Segment III of the SAWS Acquifer Storage and Recovery Project, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2706. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-461. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Segment IV of the SAWS Acquifer Storage and Recovery Project, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2706. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-462. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Letulle No. 1 Well Pad and Peach Point Mitigation Site - Matagorda and Brazoria Counties, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2666. Corps of Engineers Permit No. 22237. Report of Investigations 298. MAC PN 01-88. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Investigation at the Old Stone Dam -- Allen, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2738. Cultural Resources Report 2002-2. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Underwater Remote-Sensing Survey of Selected Areas GIWW, High Island to Brazos River - Brazoria and Galveston Counties, Texas, by Robert L. Gearhart, Principal Investigator; and James S. Schmidt. TAP No. 2124. Document No. 990817. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archaeological Reconnaissance of Proposed Improvements to FM1303 in Bexar and Wilson Counties, Texas, by Jessica Schreyer and Brandy Lim. Principal Investigator: Rebecca Procter. TAP No. 2570. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Final Letter Report: Archaeological Reconnaissance of a Proposed Highway Maintenance Facility Adjacent to State Highway 97 in Floresville, Wilson County, Texas, by Jessica Schreyer. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Impact Evaluations and Surveys in the Texas Department of Transportation's Atlanta, Dallas, Forth Worth, Paris, and Waco Districts, 1998-2000, by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator; E. Frances Gadus, Karl W. Kibler and Lee C. Nordt. TAP No. 2042. Report of Investigations, No. 128. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2000.
Archeological Impact Evaluations and Surveys in the Texas Department of Transportation's Bryan, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, and Yoakum Districts, 2000-2001, by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator; Karl W. Kibler, E. Frances Gadus, and Amy M. Holmes. TAP No. 2339. Report of Investigations, No. 133. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Tomahawk Lattice Tower Site - Val Verde County, Texas, by Annie Moerbe, Principal Investigator. Shawnee, KS: Effigy Archeological Services, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Connally I.S.D. School Tract and Cemetery Relocation, McLennan County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigators: James S. Belew and Susan Maki Wallace. TAP No. 2139. Report of Investigations No. 26. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 12-Acre Home Depot Site at the Rivery - Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 020027, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of Two Proposed Sites for a New FBI Building in Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 72. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Sequoia Spur-Berry Creek Waterline for the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2239. Report of Investigations No. 32. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc.
Phase I Archaeological Survey - Dunlap Canal, Emergency Spillway - Guadalupe County, Texas. FEMA-1257-DR-TX. TAP No. 2704. Gaithersburg, MD: URS Group, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Investigations of a Proposed Hangar at the David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport, Harris County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 71. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
A Report on Cultural Resources Investigations at Fort McIntosh - Laredo, Webb County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator; and James E. Warren. TAP Nos. 1815, 1828, and 1927. Report No. 515. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Results of National Register Investigations Conducted on Site 41PN175 - Panola County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff and Timothy K. Perttula. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2531. Document No. 010242. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Results of National Register Investigations Conducted on Site 41KR537 - Kerr County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2483. Document No. 010079. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
Archaeological investigations at the last Spanish Colonial mission established on the Texas frontier: Nuestra Señora del Refugio (41RF1), Refugio County, Texas, Volume I Archaeological Investigations, by Cynthia L. Tennis. Principal Investigators: Raymond P. Maudlin and Cynthia L. Tennis. Former Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2025. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 315. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Archaeological investigations at the last Spanish Colonial mission established on the Texas frontier: Nuestra Señora del Refugio (41RF1), Refugio County, Texas, Volume II Osteological Analyses, by Lee Meadows Jantz, Richard L. Jantz, Nicholas P. Herrmann, Corey S. Sparks, Katherine E. Weisensee, and Derinna V. Kopp. Principal Investigators: Raymond P. Maudlin and Cynthia L. Tennis. Former Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2025. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 315. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
The Kreische Brewery State Historic Site (41FY128) An Archeological and Architectural Assessment - Fayette County, Texas, by Todd McMakin and James E. Corbin. TAP No. 173. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2001.
Cultural Resource Investigations at the Columbia Solidarity Bridge Border Safety Inspection Facility Site and Coal-Mining Town of Darwin (41WB205), Webb County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-280. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Final Report FY 2000 CWSRF Wastewater Improvement Projects, Houston, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard. TAP No. 2327. Houston: Greenstone Geoscience Archaeological and Earth Science Consultants, 2002.
Ranchers, Farmers, Soldiers, and the CCC: The Background for Seven Historical Sites at Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, by John J. Leffler. Principal Investigator: Raymond P. Mauldin. TAP No. 2591. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 325. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Camp Maxey III - Archaeological Testing of 23 Prehistoric Sites, Lamar County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2180. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 314. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Camp Maxey IV - Archaeological Testing of Six Sites, Lamar County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Steve A. Tomka, Jason D. Weston, and Raymond P. Mauldin. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2180. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 326. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 27-Acre Target in Bee Cave #2 Site, Bee Cave, Travis County, Texas, HJN 020067, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of 83 Acres for the Proposed Panther Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Denton County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2791. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 247. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the .87-mile Sam Houston Street Extension, City of Harlingen, Cameron County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-287. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed ExxonMobil Natural Gas Pipeline 202 Lease to Fullerton Line, Andrews County, Texas, by Ron Ralph, James T. Jones, and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2740. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the FM 2181 Corridor - Denton County, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2607. Cultural Resources Report 2001-29. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2001.
An Intensive Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Kimble County River Park - City of Junction, Kimble County, Texas, by Mike Davis, Glenn T. Goode, and Jerry Henderson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2751. Austin: Archaeological Assessment Services, 2002.
The 1995 San Elizario Plaza Archaeological Project, by John A. Peterson, Timothy B. Graves and David V. Hill. TAP No. 1539. El Paso, TX: The University of Texas at El Paso, 2002.
Archeological Trench Monitoring near Prehistoric Site 41HY161, Hays County, Texas by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2338. Technical Report No. 3. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
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2002-122/1 Remote-Sensing Survey Adjacent Galveston Causeway West Bay, Galveston County, Texas, by Robert L. Gearhart, Principal Investigator; and Douglas Jones. TAP No. 2594. Document No. 010313. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Site 41FB253: A Late Prehistoric Campsite in Missouri City, Texas, by J. Bryan Mason and J. Phil Dering. Principal Investigator: David Kuehn. TAP No. 1862. College Station: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Northern Hays and Southwestern Travis County Water Supply Line - Hays and Travis Counties, Texas, by Jim Malmros. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. TAP No. 2165. Document No. 991372. Austin: PBS&J, 1999.
An Archeological Survey of 3.4 Miles of Proposed Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Pipeline, Sabine National Forest, Sabine County, Texas, by W. Nicholas Trierweiler. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2002.
Final Report - A Cultural Resources Survey of the Hartman, Boenig, and Foster Road Tracts, for Judson Independent School District, Bexar County, Texas, by Craig A. Weaver and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2810. Austin: Paul Price Associates, 2002.
Archaeological Investigations at the Proposed Zaragosa Bridge Border Safety Inspection Facility Sites, City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-279. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Final Short Report: Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Holiday Village Development, Lake Livingston, Texas, by Douglas C. McKay and Sharon E. Dooley. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Rivery, a Proposed 125-acre Development Site in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 020046 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Investigation Intensive Survey and Testing Proposed City of Houston Water Plant and Pipeline Project - Lake Houston, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator. Nataliya V. Hryshechko and Susan Land, Archaeologists. TAP No. 2733. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2001.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed 2.2-Mile FM 3083 Extension, City of Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2802. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-286. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Investigations along the CCNG Wastewater Interceptor - Bee Cave, Travis County, Texas, by Eric R. Oksanen, Craig A. Weaver and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2473. PPA Report No. 329. Austin: Paul Price Associates, 2002.
Cultural Resources Investigations of 72.2 Acres, Including Ten Well Pad Locations and a Well Pad Access Road, Harrison County, Texas, by Judy Hennessee Cooper, Angela L. Tiné and Michelle Wurtz. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 249. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Data Recovery at Seven Prehistoric Sites in the Area of the Proposed Yarorough Drive Extension, El Paso International Airport, El Paso, Texas, by Richard D. Holmes. TAP No. 2351. El Paso: TRC, 2002.
Archeological Survey of State Highway 36 and Spur 10, Fort Bend and Brazoria County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principle Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2595. Report of Investigations No. 310. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Intensive Archeological Reconnaissance of the Proposed Loop 500 Roadway Extension around the City of Center, Shelby County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator; and Brandy Lim. TAP No. 2388. Report of Investigations No. 270. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of Spring-Cypress Road Stream Crossing, Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany T. Terneny, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2566. Report of Investigations 289. MAC PN 00-150. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Big Lake - Ozona - Sonora 138-KV Transmission Line - Crockett, Reagan and Sutton Counties, Texas, by James D. Malmros; Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator; Michelle R. Dippel. TAP No. 2224. Document No. 000048. Austin: PBS&J, 2000.
Preliminary Cultural Resources Impact Assessment for Proposed Ecological Restoration at the Joppa Preserve, Dallas County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl; Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator; and Russell D. Greaves. TAP No. 2756. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Investigations for the One-Stop Development Services Center, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2784. Letter Report, No. 142. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Historical Research and Marine Remote-Sensing Survey of Proposed Oyster Reef Pads and Boater's Cuts, Galveston Bay, Chambers and Galveston Counties, Texas, by Jeffrey M. Enright, Robert L. Gearhart II, Eugene R. Foster, James S. Schmidt. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. TAP No. 2204. Document No. 000112. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Public Service Board El Paso Water Utilities Task Order for Archaeological Field Survey of Property Located within Section 21, Block 81, Township 1, El Paso, County, Texas, by Timothy B. Graves and John A. Peterson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1724. El Paso, TX: Archaeological Research, Inc., 2002.
Reconnaissance Survey Investigations of the SAWS-ASR Water Transmission Line, Bexar Co., Texas, by John Andrew Moreman and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. Archeology Series No. 102. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Phase 2 Investigations of the Proposed Texas Tech University Campus, Gillespie County, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff, and Jennifer K. McWilliams. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2673. Technical Reports, No. 53. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey for a Proposed 29-Mile Crude Oil Pipeline Right-of-Way, Port Neches Route of the Cameron Highway Pipeline Project, Jefferson County, Texas, HJN 010344 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., June, 2002.
Archaeological Investigation of West Fork Relief Interceptor WF-11A Grande Prairie, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2618. Cultural Resources Report 2002-6. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., March, 2002.
Archaeological Evaluation of Proposed Section 4 Routes for the Dallas North Tollway - Collin and Denton Counties, Texas, by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2611. Cultural Resources Report 2002-15. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., April, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Pecan Branch Wastewater Interceptor for the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Gilbert R. Bernhardt, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2720. Report of Investigations No. 44. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Investigation Intensive Survey Proposed Borrow Ditch Construction Harris County Flood Control District, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Robert P. d'Aigle, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2828. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2002.
Archeological Survey of Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, Titus County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2448 and 2592. Report of Investigations No. 48. Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Cultural Survey of the D.B. Wood Road Extension Project, Williamson County, Texas by Sean R. Nash, Principle Investigator. TAP No. 2619. Report of Investigations, No. 7. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2001.
Relocation of the Nisbett and Anderson Cemeteries 41RT189 and 41RT350 Pit 6, Calvert Mine, Robertson County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin and Leland C. Bement. Technical Report 19. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Channelization of Dry Branch Creek - Williamson County, Texas, by Rachel Feit aand Jonathan H. Jarvis. TAP No. 2511. Archeology Series No. 106. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Archeological Investigations at the Proposed Olympia Hills Golf Course, Universal City, Bexar County, Texas, by Richard W. Walter, Craig A. Weaver, Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Eric R. Oksanen. TAP No. 1939. PPA Report No. 246/255. Austin: Paul Price Associates, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Expansion of U.S. 281 at Borgfield Drive, Bexar County, Texas, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2651. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-450. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Expansion of U.S. 281 at Stone Oak Parkway, Bexar County, Texas, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2651. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-449. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the ST 30 Landfill Site, Grimes County, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner, and W. Neely Plumb. TAP No. 2822. Cultural Resources Report 2002-11. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of 160 Acres for the El Paso County Water Authority SRF Project, El Paso County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller and Kerri S. Barile. TAP No. 2670. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-452. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Survey for a Bridge Replacement on FM 2504 at the Atascosa River, Atascosa County, Texas, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2650. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-370. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Survey for a Bridge Replacement on FM 2504 at the Sesterdero Creek, Atascosa County, Texas, by Brandon S. Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2650. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-371. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Survey for the San Antonio Water System Western Watershed Relief W-Extension-A Sewer Pipeline, San Antonio, Texas, by Stephen W. Ahr and Daron Duke. TAP No. 2805. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 251. San Antonio: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Orange Grove: An Archeological Survey and Cultural Resources Assessment of a Harris County Flood Control District Land Acquisition in Northern Harris County, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2818. Greenstone Geoscience, 2002.
Archaeological Remote Sensing and Terrestrial Survey for the Proposed North Padre Island Storm Damage Reduction and Environmental Restoration Project Packery Channel, Nueces County, Texas, by Clell L. Bond, David L. Sherman, and Jenna Watts. Principal Investigator:. Robert Gearhart. TAP No. 2734. Document No. 020032. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
A Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey of the Easterwood Airport Project in Central Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Project No. 02-09. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
A Phase 1 Archeological Survey of the Proposed Fluvanna Wind Farm on the Caprock Escarpment in Scurry and Borden Counties, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, John W. Clark, Jr., William J. Weaver, and Glenn T. Goode. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 19. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Stone Oak Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2808. Letter Report, No. 143. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey at the Diamond Shamrock Refinery - Live Oak County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Eric R. Oksanen. PPA 0348. Austin: Paul Price Associates, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Elementary School No. 13 - Travis and Williamson Counties, Texas, by Eric Morley. Principal Investigator: Wayne Glander. TAP No. 2814. Document No. 020089. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archeological Survey of Proposed Berry Bayou Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principle Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2806. Report of Investigations No. 340. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of Three Alternate Proposed Sites for the Construction of an Immigration and Naturalization Service Sector Headquarters, El Paso, Texas, by Neal W. Ackerly. TAP No. 2707. Silver City, NM: Dos Rios Consultants, 2001.
Detailed Archival Research Regarding Potential Archeological Remains at the Ripley Arnold Housing Development, Fort Worth, Texas, by Edward Salo, Melissa M. Green, Principal Investigator, and Michelle Wurtz. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 238. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
The Cason Alley Edge of Woodlawn and Hillside Cemeteries, Dallas, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2793. Cultural Resources Report 2002-13. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Investigations at the Los Indios, Los Tomates, and Pharr-Reynosa Border Safety Inspection Facility Sites, Cameron and Hidalgo Counties, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Brandon S. Young, and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2646. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-281. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Underwater Remote-Sensing Survey of Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Alternative Routes across Matagorda Bay -- Matagorda and Calhoun Counties, Texas, by Jeffrey M. Enright, Robert L. Gearhart II, Principal Investigator, and Robert Rogers. TAP No. 2197. Document No. 000095. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archeological Survey and History of Honey Creek State Natural Area, Comal County, Texas, by Logan McNatt, Eric Morley, Martha Doty Freeman; Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator. TAP Nos. 1873. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2002.
Rio Vista Farms: Archaeological Testing for Sewer Line Construction, by Joanne Kropp and John A. Peterson. TAP No. 1796. El Paso, TX: Cultural and Environmental Assessment Group, Institute for Policy and Economic Development, The University of Texas at El Paso, 2002.
An Archaeological Reconnaissance of the U.S. Highway 290 to State Highway 16 Improvement Project, Milam Street Vicinity - Fredericksburg, Gillespie County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2389. Document No. 010347. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
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2002-166/1 Results of the Archeological Survey for the Crystal Brook Flood Control Project - Phase 2 in Austin, Texas, by Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: Rachel Feit. TAP No. 2824. Archeology Series No. 110. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Archeological Survey for South Texas Electric Cooperatve 138kV Transmission Line and Substation Sites, Bexar and Atascosa Counties, Texas, by Marianne Marek and Nancy F. Porter. Project No. 23281. Houston: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 17-Acre Tract to be Annexed to Kit McConnico Park Located in Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas, HJN 020113 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., June, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed City of Huntsville Golf Course, Walker County, Texas, by Tiffany Terneny. Principal Investigator: Roger Moore. TAP No. 2684. Report of Investigations No. 311. MAC PN 01-41. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Ella Boulevard Extension and Floodwater Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Joseph M. Sanchez and Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2819. Report of Investigations No. 315. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Reevaluation of Previously Conducted Archaeological Survey, and Geoarchaeological Investigations at Two Creek Crossings, along the Proposed Realignment of FM 156 at Alliance Airport in Denton and Tarrant Counties, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl and Brandy G. Lim. TAP No. 2638. Dallas: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Results of National Register Investigations Conducted on Site 41WD632 - Wood County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff and Timothy K. Perttula. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2675. Document No. 020087. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
West End Historic District Archaeological Investigations for Interim Service to Victory Station, Northwest Corridor Light Rail Extension, Dallas County, Texas, by Steve Gaither, Kirsten Kahl; Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator; and Jana Whaley. TAP No. 2755. Dallas: Lopezgarcia Group, 2002.
Final Cultural Resource Survey Report Presidio Field Office Renovation Project Presidio County, Texas, by Kenneth L. Brown, Jack L. Young, and Patrick L. O'Neill. Contract IBM 99-30, Task Order 9. Austin: Parsons, 2002.
Archaeological Monitoring of the Proposed Brackenridge Driving Range Customer Distribution Line, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Alan O'Farrell and Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2709. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-292. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Letter Report Cultural Resource Survey of the Proposed Whites Bayou Bridge Crossing Liberty County, Texas. MAC PN 02-42. Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed 16-Inch Water Main in Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2858. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-300. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Cultural Resource Class II Survey of a 1,500 Acre Sample of the Cross Bar Ranch Complex, Potter County, Texas, by Christopher Lintz, Principal Investigator, and Jason Smart, Audrey Scott, Shane Pritchard. BLM Permit No. 45-2920-01JJ. Austin: TRC Environmental, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Reconnaissance on Portions of the U.S. 59/I-69 Corridor, Angelina and Nacogdoches Counties, by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2637. Austin: Parsons Brinckerhoff, 2002.
Archaeological Investigations for TxDOT Improvements at Inks Lake State Park, Burnett County, Texas, by David O. Brown and Dana Anthony. TAP No. 2478. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Three Land Parcels and Shovel Testing of Four Sites at Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, by Russell D. Greaves. Principal Investigator: Raymond P. Maualdin. TAP No. 2310. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 383. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Parking and Fencing Activities at the Border Patrol Station in Marfa, Presidio County Texas, by Brian Knight. Principal Investigator: Victor Gibbs. Report of Investigations No. 608EP. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Phase I Cultural Resource Survey Report for a Proposed Lattice Tower Site in Leon County, Texas, by Jorge Garcia-Herreros, Principal Investigator, and J. Bryan Mason. PN 1411.001. Houston: BHE Environmental, Inc., 2002.
The Anthon Site: A Prehistoric Encampment in Southern Uvalde County, Texas, by Glenn T. Goode. Principal Investigator: Nancy Kenmotsu. TAP No. 88. Report 38, 2002, Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeological Studies Program, 2002.
State Archeological Landmark Evaluation of Site 41CW58 at the Canyon Regional Water Authority Treatment Facility, Caldwell County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Craig A. Weaver and Richard W. Walter. TAP No. 2296. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 301. Austin: Paul Price Associates, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Proposed State Highway 135 Right-of-Way, Gregg County, Texas, CSJ: 0377-01-032, by Steve Carpenter, Davide Kuehn and Kerri S. Barile. Principal Investigator: Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 2868. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-301. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
National Register Tessting of Site 41CL76 Calhoun County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. Document No. 991348. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the 24.5-Mile Entergy Water Supply and Discharge Pipeline, Harrison and Gregg Counties, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-291. Austin, TX: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Survey of Hollister Road Expansion, Harris County, Texas, by Tiffany Terneny, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2788. MAC PN 02- 06. Report of Investigations No. 316. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Limited Archeological Investigations of the Katy Prairie Conservancy Wetland Mitigation Area, Harris County, Texas. MAC PN 02-27. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Proposed SH 158 Expansion Project, Sterling and Glasscock Counties, Texas, CSJ: 405-02-015, by Ken Lawrence and Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2711. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-458. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 122-Acre Target Store Site Located at Parmer Lane and Interstate Highway-35, Austin, Travis County, Texas, HJN 010354 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Investigations of the Proposed Interstate 10 Rest Areas, Chambers County, Texas, by Tiffany Terneny, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2568. MAC PN 00-71. Report of Investigations No. 290. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Elm Creek (Centex) Watershed FRS.34, Milam County, Texas, by Calvin B. Sanders. CRM Report 02-1. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Big Sandy Creek Watershed FRS.24C, Wise County, Texas, by Calvin B. Sanders. CRM Report 02-2. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2002.
Archeological Survey at Lake Corpus Christi State Park, San Patricio County, Texas, by Marianne Marek. TAP No. 2825. Wallis, TX, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Peninsula Water Reclamation Plant, Cross Roads, Texas, by Jesse E. Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2914. Cultural Resources Report 2002-25. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Intensive Archeological Investigations of the Moist Soil Units Project in the Guadalupe Delta Wildlife Management Area in Calhoun County, Texas, by John Andrew Moreman, and Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: Rachel Feit. TAP No. 2681. Archeology Series No. 108. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Cultural Resources Assessment of the Corpus Christi Southside Water Transmission Main - Phases 2, 2A and 3, Nueces County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 2761. Technical Report 23. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Letter Report on Proposed Modifications to Existing Loop Road and Construction of Additional New Loop Road at Jackson Creek Park, Lake Wright Patman, Texarkana, Texas, by Stephen P. Austin. Jefferson, TX: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of 16 Anticipated Section 404 Permit Locations for a Proposed Kinder Morgan Pipeline in Dawson, Borden, and Scurry Counties Texas, by Chris Lowry, and Chad Burt. Principal Investigator: Victor Gibbs. Report of Investigations No. 599EP. El Paso, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Northwest Sewer Line, Sherman, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2894. Cultural Resources Report 2002-23. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Evaluation of the Lake Lewisville Toll Bridge Project, by Jesse E. Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2890. Cultural Resources Report 2002-24. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Five Acres at the Proposed Medina Base Road Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Antonia L. Figueroa. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2812. Letter Report, No. 145. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Site 41DL12 at Sandy Lake Road, Coppell, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2845. Cultural Resources Report 2002-19. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Sand Hill Energy Center: Subsurface Archaeological and Geoarcheological Investigations along the Proposed Location of the Water Discharge Line and Facilities, Travis County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg: Principal Investigator, and Grant D. Smith. TAP No. 2848. Austin, TX: TRC, 2002.
Archeological Assessment of Targeted Areas Along the Entergy Marshall Pipeline, Gulf South Pipeline Company, Rusk, Panola and Harrison Counties, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Technical Report 22. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Thorp Spring Soccer Complex, Hood County, Texas, by Craig A. Weaver, and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2898. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 367. Austin: Paul Price Associates, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Potranco Road/SH 151 Transmission Main, San Antonio, Bexar County Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2730. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-457. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 75-Acre Greenshores Subdivision Tract Located in Northwest Austin, Travis County, Texas, HJN 020145 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 100-Acre Wolf Tract, a Proposed Development Site in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 020144 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Archeological and Bioarcheological Investigations at Potter's Field/Greenwood Cemetery along Clyde Lane, Dallas, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné, Judy Hennessee Cooper and Michelle Wurtz. Principal Investigators: Judy Hennessee Cooper and Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2613. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 241. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
The Boiler Site (41WB557): Utilization of an Upland Setting Over the Last 4200 Years, Webb County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg: Principal Investigator, Shane Pritcherd, and Grant Smith. TAP Nos. 2315 and 2397. TRC Technical Report 27277. Austin, TX: TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., 2002.
Data Recovery at the Armstrong Site (41CW54) Caldwell County, Texas, by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Eric R. Oksanen. TAP No. 2250. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 0284. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2002.
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2002-232/1 An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Unocal Keystone Gas Storage Project and 3.8 miles of Associated Pipeline Row, Winkler County, Texas, HJN 000256 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
National Register Testing Conducted at Site 41CV1630 Coryell County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2549. Texas Department of Transportation, Archeological Studies Program Report No. 37. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Huntsville State Park and Excavations in 41WA47 - Walker County, Texas, by Russell D. Greaves. Principal Investigators: Russell D. Greaves and Raymond P. Mauldin. TAP No. 2610. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 327. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of FM 481 from 2.3 Miles West of the Nueces River to the Zavala County Line, Uvalde, Texas, CSJ: 1590-01-017, by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator, and Alan O'Farrell. TAP No. 2716. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-460. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey, Monitoring, and Geomorphological Investigations along the Proposed 2.5-mile Northern Natural Interconnect, Unocal Keystone Gas Storage Project, Winkler County, Texas, HJN 000256 AR, by Russ Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Assessment of 41HS648 and Survey of 46 Acres, Sabine Mine Expansion Area, Harrison County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams, and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Technical Reports, No. 57. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Oncor Electric Delivery Company Graham-Jacksboro 345 kV Transmission Line in Young and Jack Counties, Texas, by Elizabeth Sills and Maynard Cliff. Document No. 020202. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Backhoe Trench Investigations Conducted on the 3.8-Acre Hunt TDC No. 1 Well Site and Access Road, Anderson County, Texas, HJN 020181 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Impact Evaluations of 148 Bridge Replacement Projects in the Texas Department of Transportation's Dallas District, by Brett A. Houk and Thanet Skogland. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2759. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-203. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Athens Road Extension Project, from US 83 @ FM 650 to US 83, City of Roma, Starr County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-293. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Gulf Coast Pipeline Project in the San Jacinto State Historical Park, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principle Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2884. Report of Investigations No. 319. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Investigation Intensive Survey Proposed Harris County Civil Courts Building Block 24, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Nataliya V. Hryshechko and Susan D. Land. Principal Investigator: Robert P. d'Aigle. TAP No. 2423. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2001.
Cultural Resources Inventory of the Proposed Water Treatment and Wastewater Improvement Projects, San Benito, Cameron County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, Michelle Wurtz and Sharlene N. Allday. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 2875. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 254. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the 88-Acre Comal Independent School District High School Project Area, Comal County, Texas, by Thanet Skogland and Kirk D. French. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2906. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-307. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Test Excavations at 41FT400, Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Technical Reports, No. 55. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Impact Evaluation of SH 135 from US 271 to IH 20, Gregg County, Texas, by Ken Lawrence. Principal Investigator: Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 2748. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-306. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Assessments of Stuart Bat Cave and Cot Cave, Kickapoo Cavern State Park, Edwards and Kinney Counties, Texas, by Tim Roberts, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2581. Austin: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2002.
Archeological Investigations at the Proposed Lake Naconiche, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2477. Report of Investigations No. 42, Vol. I. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Investigations at the Proposed Lake Naconiche, Nacogdoches County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2477. Report of Investigations No. 42, Vol. II. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Survey of a 190-acre tract (U500-02-00-R001) on Langham Creek, Northwest Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2816. Report of Investigations No. 313. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Survey for a Proposed 6.8-acre Flood Control Facility (HCFCD Project ID W146-00-00-X003) on Buffalo Bayou, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator, and Douglas Mangam. TAP No. 2843. Report of Investigations No. 317. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
Texas Water Development Board 2001 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for TAP No. 2539, by W. Hayden Whitsett. Investigators: Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson. Austin, TX: Texas Water Development Board, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Mahncke Park Improvements - San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by David O. Brown and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2727. Report of Investigations No. 8. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2001.
The Brackenridge Park Rehabilitation Project: Data Recovery at 41BX323 and Testing at 41BX1425, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2573. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-357. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Holocene Investigations at the Lubbock Lake Landmark - The 1991 through 2000 Work, by Eileen Johnson. TAP No. 1515. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, 2002.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey and Geoarcheology of the Proposed T.C. Rice, Jr., Athletic Complex, City of Carrollton, Denton County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, David Shanabrook and Angela L. Tiné. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2677. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 260. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Braun Road / Helotes Creek Bridge Replacement Project, Bexar County, Texas, by Ken Lawrence. Principal Investigator: Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 2928. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-310. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the San Antonio Water System's Customer Distribution Line Project, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Brett A. Houk and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2401. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-304. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
A Cultural Resource Survey of FM 156 Tarrant County, Texas, by W. Nicholas Trierweiler. TAP No. 2701. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2002.
Archaeological Investigation Report Allen Parkway Village, 41HR886 - Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Eugene Foster and Linda A. Nance. Principal Investigators: Clell Bond and Steven D. Hoyt. TAP Nos. 1684 and 2031. Document No. 020018. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of Falcon Park Overlook a 1.59-Acre Tract near Oso Creek, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 2910. Corpus Christi, TX: Coastal Environments, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey and Historical Reconnaissance of Hunting Bayou and Surrounding Area, Harris County, Texas: Final, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator, and Sue Winton Moss. TAP No. 2842. Report of Investigations No. 7. Greenstone Geoscience, 2002.
Archaeological Survey at the Proposed New High School Site, Kerrville Independent School District, Kerr County, Texas by Jimmy Barrera and Michael McCarthy. Principal Investigator: C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2488. Technical Report No. 5. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Park Area for the City of Kilgore - Rusk County, Texas, by Stacee Sager. Principal Investigator: Victor Galan. TAP No. 2927. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of 1,664 Acres within Ten Proposed Timber-Cutting Tracts at Wright Patman Lake, Bowie and Cass Counties, and Lake O' the Pines, Marion and Upshur Counties, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt, Tim Everette and Gilbert Borrego. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 242. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Backhoe Trench Investigations Conducted along the 8-Mile Pinnacle Gregory A-1 Pipeline Right-of-Way, Anderson County, Texas, HJN 020149 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Investigations at the Brakenridge Driving Range, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2559. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-250. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Survey for the Salado Creek and Leon Creek Wastewater Recycling Centers to Dos Rios Wastewater Recycling Center Interconnection Line Project, South Bexar County, Texas, by Daron Duke, Floyd B. Largent, Jr., Steven M. Hunt, David Shanabrook, Corey Crawford. Principal Investigator: Mark C. Slaughter. TAP No. 2048. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 2SA. San Antonio: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Data Recovery Excavations at the McGuire's Garden Site (41FT425), Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus and Jennifer K. McWilliams. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations, No. 134. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Data Recovery Excavations along Becerra Creek (41WB556), Webb County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, and Steve A. Tomka. Principal Investigators: Raymond P. Mauldin and Robert J. Hard. TAP No. 2412. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 321. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Intensive Survey Investigations of Recommended Segments of the SAWS-ASR Water Transmission Line, Bexar Co., Texas, by John Andrew Moreman and Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2844. Archeology Series No. 112. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of 17 Proposed Timber-Cutting Tracts at Wright Patman Lake, Bowie and Cass Counties, and Lake O' the Pines, Camp, Marion, Morris, and Upshur Counties, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Gilbert Borrego. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 236. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
A Summary Report of the Cultural Resources Investigations for the Aqua Water Supply Project - Bastrop County, Texas, by Melissa Willson Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2175. Archeology Series 3. Austin: Cedar Valley Environmental Services, 1999.
Cultural Resource Survey of the E.R. and Ann Taylor Park, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2877. Report of Investigations No. 320. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Lewisville Toll Bridge Access Road, Denton County, Texas, by Jesse E. Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2937. Cultural Resources Report 2002-33. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Investigations for the Marathon Oil Company, Utley A-5 Well Pad Site, Freestone County, Texas, by Maynard Cliff. Document No. 020247. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Oncor Electric Company Plano Tennyson 138 kV Transmission Line Project in Denton and Collin Counties, Texas, by Elizabeth C. Sills, Michelle R. Dippel, Sherry A Gibbs, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 010277. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Results of Archival Research and Revisit to Site 41TT443 in Monticello Mine, Titus County, Texas, by Sally Victor and Elizabeth Sills. Principal Investigator: Maynard B. Cliff. Document No. 020101. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Two Waterlines across the Llano River, Llano, Llano County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, K. Lee Hilliard, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2269. Report of Investigations No. 31. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of a Telephone Cell Tower Installation and Adjacent Archaeological Site 41SR65, Rio Grande City, Starr County, Texas, by John E. Keller. Los Fesnos, TX: Southern Archaeological Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of Site 41SP203, Ingleside on the Bay, San Patricio County, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis. TAP No. 2893. Corpus Christi, TX: Coastal Environments, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Hike and Bike Trail for the Brushy Creek Regional Parks System Phase IB, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael Smith, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2911. Document No. 020246. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Bureau of Land Management Cross Bar Ranch Fire Lanes Project, Potter County, Texas, by James Briscoe. BLM Permit No. 27-2920-02-R. Norman, OK: Briscoe Consulting Services, 2002.
Monitoring of the Removal of the Old Granary Service Drive at Mission San José, San Antonio, Texas, by Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2263. Letter Report, No. 146. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
Archival Research on Reported Burials within a Portion of Targeted Areas of the Interstate Highway 10 Right of Way, West Houston, Harris County, Texas, by Martha Doty Freeman. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Phase III D-S Subdivision Collectors, Area T Project in San Elizario, El Paso County, Texas, by Elia Perez. Project 27491. Albuquerque, NM: TRC, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Presidio Multipurpose Recreation Center - Presidio County, Texas, by James E. Warren, and William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2798. Report No. 558. George West, TX: Archaeology Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Southeast Water Supply Corporation Expansion Project in Eastern Leon County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Project No. 02-13. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Brazos Electric Cooperative Switching Station, Bell County, Texas, by Patrick M. McLoughlin. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Port of Brownsville International Crossing -- Cameron County, Texas, by David O. Brown, S. Christopher Caran, James T. Jones, and Dave Severinson. Principal Investigator: Dana Anthony. TAP No. 2254. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Woods of Century Park Subdivision - North Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Ron Ralph. Project No. ASF02-358-00. Austin: Archeological Assessments, 2002.
Backhoe Trench Investigations along Segment III of the SAWS Aquifer Storage and Recovery Project, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Kirk D. French. Principal Investigator: Kerri S. Barile. TAP No. 2922. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-311. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Geoarcheological Survey of Interstate Highway 10 at the Trinity River, Chambers County, Texas, by Christopher W. Ringstaff and Corey Crawford. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2739. Letter Report No. 517. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Clearance Survey of The Clint Independent School District Section 22, Blk 78, Twp 3, T&PRR Survey, Horizon City, El Paso County, Texas, by John A. Peterson, Mark Willis, and Marc Thompson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2480. El Paso, TX: John A. Peterson and Associates, 2002.
Data Recovery at the Armstrong Site (41CW54) Caldwell County, Texas, Volume II: Cultural Interpretations by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2250. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 0330. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2002.
Predictive Model for Archeological and Historic Site Locations within the Big Fossil Creek Drainage, Tarrant County, Texas, by Nancy A. Parrish and Elizabeth Burson. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 250. Plano, Texas: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
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2003-002/1 The Medio Creek Site (41BX1421): National Register Test Excavations, Bexar County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney. Principal Investigator: Raymond P. Mauldin. TAP No. 2569. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 322. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the USDA Water System Improvements in Northern Robertson County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. Project No. 02-17. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 6-Acre Village 7 Sewer Treatment Plant #1 Located in the Woodlands, Harris County, Texas, HJN 020207 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Impact Evaluations and Surveys in the Texas Department of Transportation's Austin and Waco Districts, 2000-2002, by Ross C. Fields and Karl W. Kibler, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2437. Technical Reports, Number 58. Archeological Studies Program, Report 46. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Fresh Water and Sewer Systems for the Four Corners and Rio Brazos Service Areas in Fort Bend County, Texas, by Steve Baird, Samuel Sweitz, and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2962. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2002.
San Marcos City Park Archaeological Survey, Hays County, Texas by Jimmy Barrera. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2731. Technical Report No. 4. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Carrollton Northwest Corridor, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail System, Dallas County, Texas, by Duane E. Peter, Marsha Prior, Steven M. Hunt, Sharlene N. Allday. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 2552. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 255. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the River Bend Demonstration Plot, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2933. Cultural Resources Report 2002-32. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Veterans Retirement Home Project in Central Somervell County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2950. Contract Report Number 107. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
Cultural Resource Investigation Site Location and Delineation 41HR80 Harris County Boys School by Nataliya V. Hryshechko and Susan D. Land. Principal Investigator: Robert P. d'Aigle,. TAP No. 2827. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Trail at Muddy Creek Preserve, Dallas County, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2989. Cultural Resources Report 2002-47. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey at the Rock Prairie Road Landfill Site, Brazos County, by S. Alan Skinner and Sonny A. Wheeler, III. TAP No. 2972. Cultural Resources Report 2002-38. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of a City of Houston CWSRF Project, in Southwestern Harris County, Texas, by Nicola Hubbard, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2953. Report of Investigations No. 8. Greenstone Geoscience, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Pipeline Replacement Located Partly within the Proposed Athens Loop 317, Henderson County, Texas, by David O. Brown and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2512. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Investigations Conducted along Sections of New Hope and Bagdad Roads for Proposed Widening Efforts, Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 020185 EA, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey for the Loyola Lane Roadway Expansion Project, Austin, Texas, by Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: Rachel Feit. TAP No. 2881. Archeology Series No. 111. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Analysis of Materials from Data Recovery Investigations at Site 41BR16, Brown County, Texas, by Ardi J. Kalter and Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 246. Texas Department of Transportation, Archeological Studies Program Report No. 40. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Canyon Lake Shores Water Line Extension in Comal County, Texas, by Steven M. Kotter, Molly F. Godwin, and John W. Clark. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 18. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2000.
An Archeological Survey at the Headwaters of Gilleland Creek Located in the Pflugerville Baseball Park, Travis County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, and William J. Weaver. TAP No. 2879. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 20. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Brays Bayou Detention Basin, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2895. Report of Investigations No. 322. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
"A Mother Left to Mourn" Archeological and Historical Investigations at a Nineteenth-Century Family Cemetery at the Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus, Joan E. Baker and Amy E. Dase. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. Reports of Investigations, No. 136. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Investigations for the Proposed Reef International Pipeline, Eagle Pass, Maverick County, Texas, by Dana Anthony and David O. Brown. Report of Investigations No. 9. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2002.
Cultural Resources Monitoring of the Utility Trench Excavations for the Laredo Community College Headstart Building, Webb County, Texas, by, William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2941. Report No. 577. 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Lower Colorado River Authority's Proposed AEP Rio Pecos Transmission Line Upgrade Project, North McCamey to WTU Crane, Crane and Upton Counties, Texas, by Laura I. Acuña and C. Russ Shortes. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2897. Document No. 020253. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Archaeological Survey Along Brady Creek, by S. Alan Skinner and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 2857. Cultural Resources Report 2002-18. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Edinburg Landfill Expansion Project, Hidalgo County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2912. Report No. 576. George West, Texas: Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Survey along the 3.6-Mile Anzalduas Road Extension Right-of-Way, City of Mission, Hidalgo County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2975. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-321. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archelogical Testing of Four Prehistoric Sites along the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority's San Marcos Raw Water Pipeline, Caldwell and Hays Counties, Texas by Eric R. Oksanen, Craig A. Weaver, Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator, and Glenn T. Goode. TAP No. 2054. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 262. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2002.
Results of Archaeological Invesstigations for the Proposed Sienna Plantation Municipal Utility District 2 Sports Complex, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter and Sue Moss. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2956. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-320. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of 9.7 Acres for a Proposed Water Pipeline and Reservoir near Canutillo, El Paso County Texas, by Victor Gibbs. Principal Investigator: Mark C. Slaughter. TAP No. 2324. Report of Investigations No. 283EP. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2001.
A Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey for Proposed Improvements to SH 332 from SH 36 to 0.87 Mile East of FM 521, Brazoria County, Texas, by John Fulmer, Principal Investigator, and Philip Bishop. TAP No. 2887. Document No. 020259. Houston, TX: PBS&J, 2002.
Petrographic Analysis of Two Historic Native-Made Ceramics from 41EP5184 Final, by David V. Hill and John A. Peterson, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1759. El Paso, TX: Archaeological Research, Inc., 2002.
Letter Report on Archaeological Monitoring of the Brazos River Crossing, by Mark Latham, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2657. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of Three Proposed Pipeline Right-of-Ways on Pecan and Mustang Creeks near Aubrey, Texas, by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2002-48. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of System Improvements for the Brashear WSC, Hopkins County, Texas, by Lance K. Trask. Cultural Resources Report 2002-39. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Paris Sports Complex, Lamar County, Texas, by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2002-51. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
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