University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 5



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.
Accession No.: 2004-232
Extent: 77 ft.
Laguage: Materials are written 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.


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.


 

Arrangement

Due to size, this inventory has been divided into five 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
5. Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Part 5 [this page]

Restrictions

Use Restrictions

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


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

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


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Inventory Part 5

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2004-232/1 Cultural Resources Survey of a Portion of the DART Southeast Light Rail Corridor, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail System, Dallas County, Texas, by Floyd B. Largent, Jr., Steven M. Hunt and David Shanabrook. Principal Investigator: Duane E. Peter. TAP No. 2936. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 271. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Investigation of the Phillips Ditch Rectification Project in the San Jacinto State Historical Park, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2930. Report of Investigations No. 328. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Oncor Electric Delivery Company Rocky Creek-Primrose 138 kV Transmission Line in Tarrant County, Texas, by Elizabeth Sills, Frank King, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 020342. Dallas: PBS&J, 2002.
Archeological Survey of Proposed Morgan Lake, Anderson County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. Report of Investigations No. 57. Archeological and Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Woodlands Park and Nature Preserve for the River Place Municipal Utility District, Travis County, Texas,by Michael R. Bradle; James S. Belew, Principal Investigator; and Gilbert T. Bernhardt. Report of Investigations No. 47. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
Phase I Archaeological Survey in Galena Park, Harris County, Texas. TAP No. 2952. Houston: HTS, Inc. Consultants, 2002.
Cultural Resources Investigation for the Kingsland Water Supply Corp. Water Treatment Facility, Llano County Texas, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator. Dallas, TX: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Southside Water Pipeline Route, Dallas and Denton Counties, Texas, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2955. Cultural Resources Report 2002-37. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Aubrey Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Area, by Jesse E. Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2990. Cultural Resources Report 2002-49. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Terrestrial Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Crude Oil Pipeline Right-of-Way for the Cameron Highway Pipeline Project’s Texas City Extension, Chambers County, Texas, HJN 020077 AR,by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the BLM-Morgan Well Location, Burleson County, Texas, by Eric Morley. Principal Investigator: David L. Sherman. Document No. 020296. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey for the Loop 288 Widening Project, Denton County, Texas,by Charles Neel. Principal Investigator: Kirsten Kahl. TAP No. 2834. Letter Report No. 1. Dallas: Lopezgarcia Group, 2002.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey for a Proposed Expansion of the Allison Wastewater Treatment Plant, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas, by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2370. Report No. 540. George West, Texas: Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Test Excavations at the Rogers Site, 41HR84, Harris County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 2873. Technical Reports No. 62. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Testing of Noodle Creek Site 41JS102, Jones County, Texas, by J. Michael Quigg, Grant D. Smith, Audrey L. Scott, and Jeffrey D. Owens. TxDOT Archeological Report No. 48. TRC Technical Report 35398. Austin, TX: TRC Environmental Corporation, 2002.
Archeological Survey for the MB Pipeline, Cameron County, Texas, by Karl W. Kilber, Principal Investigator. Technical Reports No. 61. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of 71 Acres of the John Tucker Survey, McLennan County, Texas,by Karl W. Kilber. Co-Principal Investigators: Karl W. Kibler and Christopher W. Ringstaff. TAP No. 2934. Technical Reports No. 60. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
An Geoarcheological Study in the Alluvial Fan Piedmont of the Franklin Mountains in North Central El Paso County, Texas,by Molly F. Godwin, Grant D. Smith, John W. Clark, Jr., Ronald W. Ralph, William J. Weaver, and Reign Clarke. TAP No. 2354. Heritage Management Series, Report of Investigations No. 4. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2001.
Archaeological Investigations at Travis County’s Proposed East Metro Park The Lawrence Tract, Travis County, Texas,by Andrew F. Malof, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2888. Cultural Resources Report No. 10. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Parks and Conservation Services, 2002.
Archeological and Historic Research Investigations on the Historic Hannig-Dickinson House and the Hedgecoxe House in Austin, Texas, by Rachel Feit & John Clark. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2460. Archeology Series No. 109. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Archeological Assessment of the Enbridge Caddo Drip Pipeline – Mario and Cass Counties, Texas,by Jeff Turpin. Technical Report 24. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2002.
Phase I Cultural Resource Investigations for El Paso Global Networks Fiber Optics Project, Travis County, Texas, by Nancy F. Porter, Mark Latham, Principal Investigator, and John A. Campbell. TAP No. 2476. Houston, TX: Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Inventory of the L7 Ranch, Crosby County, Texas,by and David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. Archaeological Studies Report No. 1. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
Short Report Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of Property Associated with Shultz Gully, Harris County, Texas, by James Hughey, Principal Investigator. Project 9419. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2002.
Archaeological Investigation of the Rockport Wal-Mart Access Road – Aransas County, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3017. Cultural Resources Report 2003-1. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Doe Branch Wastewater Treatment Plant, Denton County, Texas, by Jesse E. Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2958. Cultural Resources Report 2002-50. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the City of Brenham Wastewater Expansion Project in Central Washington County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2940. Contract Report Number 106. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
Archeological Survey of 162 Acres at the Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas, by Karl W. Kilber, Jennifer K. McWilliams, and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Letter Report No. 574. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
The Rio Pecos Project: Archeological Survey of Electrical Transmission Line Upgrades in Crane, Ector, Upton, and Midland Counties, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator, Mason D. Miller and Jonathan H. Jarvis. TAP No. 2889. Archeology Series No. 113. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2002.
Survey at Underwood Park, Lubbock, Texas,by Eileen Johnson and Paul Backhouse. TAP No. 2794. Short Report No. 1. Lubbock, TX: Museum of Texas Tech University, 2002.
Proposed Transmission Line, Tom Green County, Texas,by Laura West. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2985. Document No. 020370. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of Camilla Resources Baker No. 1 Well, Tom Green County, Texas, by Larry Riemenschneider. Principal Investigator: Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 3004. Letter Report 21. Austin, TX: TAS, Inc., 2003.
Limited Archaeological Testing at Site 41AT159 and 41AT163, Atascosa County, Texas,by David O. Brown and Dana Anthony. Report of Investigations No. 10. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2002.
Cultural Resources Investigations for the Marathon Oil Company’s Utley A-6 Well Pad Site, Freestone, Texas,by Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 020372. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
Archival Research and Monitoring of Mitchell and Probandt Streets City Utilities Project, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by I. Waynne Cox. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2562 and 2051. Letter Report, No. 144. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Main Campus, Bexar County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator, and Thanet Skogland. TAP No. 2966. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-323. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archaeological Investigations along the Southside Independent School District Wastewater Line, Bexar County, Texas,by Ken Lawrence. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3007. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-331. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archival Research on a Paupers’ Cemetery on Pepper Creek, Bell County, Texas,by Martha Doty Freeman: Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2885. Letter Report No. 550. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey of 162 Acres at the Jewett Mine, Freestone County, Texas,by Karl W. Kilber, Jennifer K. McWilliams, and Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator. Letter Report No. 574. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey along State Highway 26 from State Highway 114 to Interstate 820, Tarrant County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl, Principal Investigator, and Charles Neel. TAP No. 2789. Letter Report No. 8. Dallas: Lopezgarcia Group, 2003.
Archeological Survey of Little Prong Creek, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 312. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Buttercup Creek Channelization and Wetland Mitigation Project (30 Acres), Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 010333 PA,by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey for Jackson Nature Park, Wilson County, Texas,by Marianne Marek. TAP No. 2598. Wallis, TX, Marianne Marek, Archeological Consultant, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed South Abilene to Eskota 138-KV Transmission Line Upgrade, Taylor County, Texas, by Laura I. Acuña, Meg Cruse, C. Russ Shortes, and Sally Victor. Principal Investigator: David L. Sherman. TAP No. 2976. Document No. 020391. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Morgan Creek to Comanche 345-kV Transmission Line, Segments I, II, and III, Brown, Comanche, Mills, and Mitchell Counties Texas, by Russ Shortes. Principal Investigator: David Sherman. Document No. 020221. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archaeological Survey for the Olmos Sanitary Sewer Outfall Relay Project, Olmos Basin, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas,by Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2991. Letter Report, No. 148. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of a Seventeen-Acre Property Inside the Texas Park and Wildlife Department’s Headquarters Complex, Travis County, Texas,by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2903. Archaeological Studies Report No. 6. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
San Pedro Springs Park Improvements - Archaeological Testing and Monitoring at 41BX19, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by José E. Zapata and Barbara A Meissner. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2776. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 331. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Phase 1 Annexation Wastewater Collection System – City of Marshall, Harrison County, Texas,by Bert Rader and L. Leach-Palm (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 1806. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, 1997.
A Cultural Resource Survey of 52 Acres at Lake Sam Rayburn, Angelina and Jasper Counties, Texas, by W. Nicholas Trierweiler and Victor Galan. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2002.
Final Cultural Resources Investigations along FM 730 at Lake Westherford, Parker County, Texas,by Kirsten Kahl, Principal Investigator, and Charles Neel. TAP No. 2871. Letter Report No. 4. Dallas: Lopezgarcia Group, 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt and Edward Salo. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 83. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2002.
Camp Maxey V - Archaeological Testing of Seven Sites on the Camp Maxey Training Facility, Lamar County, Texas, by Russell D. Greaves. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 2809. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 330. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archeological Survey of a Proposed Outdoor Events Park, Kerr County, Texas, by Gemma Mehalchick. Principal Investigator: Douglas K. Boyd. TAP No. 2961. Letter Report No. 543. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey for the Ruidosa Water System Improvement Project, Ruidosa, Presidio County, Texas, by Andrea J. Ohl, William A. Cloud, Principal Investigator, and Robert W. Miles Sr. TAP No. 2909. Alpine, Texas: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed City of Cedar Park FM 1431 West Wastewater System Improvements, Travis and Williamson Counties, Texas,by Richard A. Hubbard. Principal Investigator: Jesse Todd. TAP No. 2785. Austin, TX: Hill Country Environmental, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of Segments of the Proposed Kinder Morgan North Texas Pipeline Route, Collin, Delta, Hunt, Kaufman, Lamar, and Rockwall Counties, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams, Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator, and Patrick M. McLoughlin. Technical Reports, No. 56. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Reconnaissance of Proposed Channel Repair, San Jacinto Bay to Strang Road (HCFCD ID F103-00-00-X002), Harris County, Texas, by Nancy F. Porter. Principal Investigator: Abigail P. Beck. TAP No. 2974. Report of Investigations No. 330. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Investigation Intensive Survey and Testing Proposed Red Bluff Hike and Bike Trail, Harris County, Texas, by Nataliya V. Hryshechko and Susan D. Land. Principal Investigator: Robert P. d’Aigle. TAP No. 2800. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2001.
An Archaeological Survey of the Clint Independent School District Elementary School in Horizon City, East El Paso County, Texas - Final,by John A. Peterson, Roy B. Brown, Principal Investigator, and Mark Willis. TAP No. 2289. El Paso, TX: John A. Peterson and Associates Inc., 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Orange County WCID No. 1 2-Acre Water Well Site; 2-Acre Water Storage Tank Site; and 37,400 Linear Feet of Associated Waterline Routes in Vidor, Orange County, Texas, HJN 020233 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2002.
Results of National Register Investigations Conducted on Sites 41TT440 and 41TT486, Titus County, Texas, by Elizabeth Sills, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 020294. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Resource Inventories of Selected Areas at Four Lakes in East Texas,by W. Nicholas Trierweiler, Mindy L. Bonine, and Victor Galan. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2002.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Gordon Wastewater Treatment Plant Site, Palo Pinto County, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2942. Cultural Resources Report 2002-54. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Archaeological Delimitation of Site 41MK38, Brady Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2996. Cultural Resources Report 2002-56. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2002.
Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Harris County Flood Control District Super Service/Main Center and Detention and Water Quality Basin (HCFCD ID Z100-00-00-Y037), Harris County, Texas,by Nancy F. Porter. Principal Investigator: Abigail P. Beck. TAP No. 2980. Report of Investigations No. 331. Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Side-Scan, Magnetometer, and Bathymetric Survey to Map Oyster Habitat and Submerged Cultural Resources for the Proposed Shoal Point Container Terminal, Galveston Bay, Texas,by Douglas S. Jones, Jeffrey M. Enright, Jenna Watts, and Robert L. Gearhart II, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2560. Document No. 020349. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
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2004-232/2 Intensive Pedestrian Survey of a Proposed Sanitary Pipeline along the Dry Fork of Hickory Creek, Denton County, Texas,by Angela L. Tiné. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 3032. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations No. 282. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
An Archeological Survey of The Shadow Creek Ranch Development, Brazoria and Fort Bend Counties, Texas,by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 338. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
The Archaeological Potential of Five Pipeline Routes in Southern Grayson County and Adjacent Collin County, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3034. Cultural Resources Report 2003-4. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Oncor Electric Delivery Company Collin-Renner 138 KV Transmission Line Project, Collin County, Texas,by Darren L. Latham, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 020389. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed 48” Well Collection Line in North Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3066. Contract Report Number 112. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Cultural Resource Investigation Intensive Survey Proposed White Oak Bayou Hike and Bike Trail, Houston, Harris County, Texas by Nataliya V. Hryshechko and Robert P. d’Aigle, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2960. Spring, TX: CRC, International Archaeological & Ecology, LLC, 2002.
Archaeological Survey of the Clay Mathis Greenbelt,by Lance K. Trask and Jesse E. Todd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3019. Cultural Resources Report 2003-03. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Evaluation of 39 Category V Sites at Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas, by Melissa L. Lehman and Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. Archaeological Studies Report No. 3. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Mile 2 West Road, Hildalgo County, Texas,by John E. Keller. TAP No. 2830. Report of Investigations 4- 2002.
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Cultural Resources Survey of the Buffalo Camp Bayou Recreational Facility, Brazoria County, Texas,by Craig A. Weaver, and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3044. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 374. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2003.
Boarding Houses, Bar Rooms and Brothels – Life in a Vice-District. Archeological Investigations of A Changing Urban Neighborhood in Austin, Texas, Volume I: Historical Background, by Rachel Feit, James W. Karbula (Principal Investigator), John Clark & S. Christopher Caran. TAP No. 2234. Archeology Series No. 104. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Boarding Houses, Bar Rooms and Brothels – Life in a Vice-District. Archeological Investigations of A Changing Urban Neighborhood in Austin, Texas, Volume II: Results of Field Investigations,by Rachel Feit, James W. Karbula (Principal Investigator), John Clark & S. Christopher Caran. TAP No. 2234. Archeology Series No. 104. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Western Rim Development Project Area, Montgomery County, Texas, by Steve Baird, James Hughey (Principal Investigator), and John Oswald. USACE Permit No. SWG-02-39-0004. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Pohl-Brown Properties Development Project, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael A. Nash (Principal Investigator), Eric R. Morley. TAP No. 2599. Document No. 010174. Austin: PBS&J, 2001.
The Trinity River Parkway Archival and Archaeological Evaluation, by S. Alan Skinner and Sonny A. Wheeler, III. TAP No. 2302. Cultural Resources Report 2002-24. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2001.
A Cultural Resources Survey of a Portion of the Proposed Gellhorn Drive Extension, Harris County, Texas, by Abigail P. Beck, Principal Investigator, and Kelly Schexnayder, Project Archeologist. TAP No. 3002. Report of Investigations 333. MAC PN 02-80. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Brazos County Exposition Site, Texas, by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3021. Cultural Resources Report 2003-8. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Oncor Electric Delivery Company Ennis to Ennis West 138 KV Transmission Line, Ellis County, Texas, by Frank King, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 030031. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of Ten Selected Landforms in the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, Liberty County, Texas, by Edward P. Baxter and William E. Moore. Contract Report 2003-1. College Station, TX: Edward P. Baxter, 2003.
Archaeological Survey and Testing of a Six-Acre Tract Inside Lockhart State Park, Caldwell County, Texas,by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2854. Technical Report No. 7. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2002.
Archeological Survey of KB Homes 24.59-Acre Tract, Ft. Bend County, Texas,by Nancy F. Porter. Principal Investigator: Abigail P. Beck. Report of Investigations No. 339. Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Oncor Electric Delivery Company Watermill-Lancaster 138 KV Transmission Line Project, Dallas County, Texas, by Elizabeth Sills, and Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator. Document No. 030010. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
Archeological Survey and Backhoe Trenching of Four Sites in the Bluegreen Southwest Ridgelake Shores Development in Montgomery County, Texas, by Darren K. Schubert, Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Archeologist: Roger G. Moore. MAC PN 00-58 & 02-68. Corp of Engineers Permit Number 22626. Report of Investigations No. 312. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Cedar Park Elevated Water Storage Tank Site and 2 Associated Waterline Easements, Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas, HJN 030012 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3049. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of the Proposed Northeast Parkway from El Paso, Texas, to Anthony, New Mexico,by Sally Victor, Ardi Kalter. Principal Investigator: Clell L. Bond. TAP No. 2943. Document No. 020153. Austin: PBS&J, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Portions of the Proposed Fair Oaks Ranch Transmission and Distribution Line Project, Bexar, Comal, and Kendall Counties, Texas, by Michael A. Nash (Principal Investigator). TAP No. 3026. Document No. 030015. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Letter Report, Survey of Rutherford Oil Corporation, Tank Battery, .09-acres in Chambers County, Texas,by Douglas G. Mangum. MAC PN 02-121. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Southmost Regional Water Authority Project, Cameron County, Texas,by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator, and Kerri S. Barile. TAP No. 2900. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-308. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
An Archeological Management Plan for the Proposed Liberty 3D Seismic Project, Liberty County, Texas,by Edward P. Baxter (Principal Investigator) and William E. Moore. Contract Report 2003-2. College Station, TX: Edward P. Baxter, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the 23-Acre Wurzbach Parkway Overflow Channel, Bexar County, Texas,by Steve Carpenter and Kirk D. French. Principal Investigator: Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 2945. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-314. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archeological Survey for the Pipeline Expansion to the Fairgreen Wastewater Treatment Plant, Harris County, Texas,by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3025. Report of Investigations No. 337. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Two Proposed Sewer Pipeline Corridors in Bridgeport, Texas,by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3006. Cultural Resources Report 2003-5. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Hamlin Water Pipeline Route, Jones and Taylor Counties, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner, Jesse Todd and Lance K. Trask. TAP No. 3024. Cultural Resources Report 2003-6. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the 10-Mile FM 536 Improvement Project, Wilson County, Texas,by Kirk D. French and Ken Lawrence. Principal Investigator: Brett A. Houk. TAP No. 2946. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-316. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed 24” Water Main Alignment in Central Brazos County, Texas,by William E. Moore. Contract Report Number 111. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
A Report of Archaeological Investigations for the Williams Communications, Inc., Fiber Optic Communications System Project, Houston, Texas to El Paso, Texas,by John A. Campbell and Orval E. Shinn. TAP No. 2216. Kansas City, MO: Burns & McDonnell, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Bosque River Park Development for the City of Hico, Hamilton County, Texas,by Michael R. Bradle, Herbert G. Uecker, Gilbert T. Bernhardt, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 55. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of Proposed System Improvements for the Fouke Water Supply Corporation in Southeast Wood County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3068. Contract Report Number 115. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Cuatro Vientros Roadway, Webb County, Texas,by Ron Ralph, David O. Brown, James T. Jones, and Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2593. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey of the Roach #1 Cellular Tower Site, Bowie County, Texas,by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-54. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archaeological Survey and Testing of Prospect Park, Hays County, Texas, by Antonio E. Padilla. Principal Investigator: C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2977. Technical Report No. 8. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2003.
A Report on the Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Construction of a Fine Arts Complex, Laredo Community College, Webb County, Texas,by Samuel D. McCulloch, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 2777. Report No. 552. George West, Texas: Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Wasterwater Improvement Project for the City of Redwater, Bowie County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator, and James E. Warren. TAP No. 3054. Report Number 583. George West, Texas: Archaeological Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Assessment of 41HS764, Sabine Mine Expansion Area, Harrison County, Texas, by Ross C. Fields, Principal Investigator, and Weldon W. Hammond III. Letter Report, No. 576. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey along the Lake Bob Sandlin Shoreline, Camp, Franklin, and Titus Counties, Texas, by Bo Nelson, and Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 1839. Report of Investigations No. 46. Archeological and Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2003.
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2004-232/2vv Cultural Resources Survey at the Edge of the Trinity River Floodplain, Freestone County, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3060. Cultural Resources Report 2003-11. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
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2004-232/2 Cultural Resource Survey of the Dudley Johnson Park Improvement Project, Hays County, Texas,by, Kerri S. Barile, and Thanet Skogland. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3089. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-111. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Sandpit Locations on the Wynne Unit and the Ramsey II Unit Prison Farms, Walker and Brazoria Counties, Texas,by Russell D. Greaves. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 3039. Letter Report, No. 150. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archeological Investigations at Site 41WD468/41WD469 Along SH182 at Lake Fork Creek, Wood County, Texas,by Alan J. Wormser and Stephanie S. Strickland. Report 47, 2003. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeological Studies Program, 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Pillot Gully, Theiss Gully, and Spring Gully Detention Basins, Harris County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor, and Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3081. Report of Investigations No. 345. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Royal Coachman (41CM111) An Early Middle Archaic Site along Cordova Creek in Comal County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Harry J. Shafer, Steve A. Tomka, Lee C. Nordt, and Raymond P. Mauldin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2807. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 332. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
An Archeological Management Plan for the Proposed Pinehurst 3D Seismic Project, Harris and Montgomery Counties, Texas,by Edward P. Baxter (Principal Investigator) and William E. Moore. Contract Report 2003-3. College Station, TX: Edward P. Baxter, 2003.
Archeological Survey of a Bi-County Water Supply Corporation Waterline Project in Camp County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 3069. Report of Investigations No. 59. Archeological and Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed 3-Mile San Antonio Ranch Sanitary Sewer Pipeline, Bexar County, Texas, by Ken Lawrence, Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator, and Thanet Skoglund. TAP No. 3102. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-123. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Bailey Sheppard 2-6 (USACE 200300139), by James S. Belew. Longview, Texas: 3D/International Environmental Group, 2003.
Results of a Cultural Resources Survey across the Floodplain of Big Cypress Creek for the Proposed Enbridge 4-Inch Natural Gas Pipeline Project Morris and Camp Counties, Texas, by Laura West; Maynard B. Cliff, Principal Investigator; Frank King, and Cory Sills. Document No. 030010. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Giddens Property Development Project Williamson County, Texas, by Tricia L. Blakistone, Michael A. Nash (Principal Investigator), Eric R. Morley, C. Russ Shortes. TAP No. 3035. Document No. 030035. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
An Archeological Assessment of Portions of The City of Houston Memorial Park, Harris County, Texas, by Roger G. Moore and Joseph M. Sanchez. TAP No. 2695. Report of Investigations No. 306. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Beeville Natural Gas Pipeline Replacement Project Victoria County, Texas, by Darren L. Latham, Principal Investigator. Document No. 030033. Houston: PBS&J, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Addington Exploration, LLC Proposed Powell A2 No. 5 Well Site in Panola County, Texas, by Elizabeth Sills. Principal Investigator: Maynard B. Cliff. Document No. 030087. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
Results of Geoarcheological Investigations at a Playa Lake in McAlister Park, Lubbock, Texas,by Michael Aiuvalasit and S. Christopher Caran. Principal Investigator: Rachel Feit. TAP No. 3046. Archeology Series No. 117. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
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, Number 7. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2001.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 6-Mile Natural Gas Pipeline for the Unocal Keystone Gas Storage Project, Winkler County, Texas, HJN 000256 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Two Proposed Cell Tower Sites in Tyler and Newton Counties, Texas, by Nancy F. Porter. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 348. Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the San Gabriel River Bridge on Rivery Boulevard for the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Gilbert T. Bernhardt, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2838. Report of Investigations No. 52. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Survey of Bayport Loop Rail Project, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 318. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
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2004-232/3 Archaeological/Cultural Resources Survey, New North Robstown County Park, Robstown, Texas, by Robert A. Ricklis, Pricipal Investigator. Tap No. 2901. Corpus Christi: Coastal Environments, Inc., 2002.
Archeological Investigations of McCombs Cemetary, Flower Mound, Denton County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné. TAP No. 3077. Letter Report No. 93. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed School Site in Central Montgomery County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3107. Contract Report Number 119. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Investigation of the Proposed Culebra/Loop 410 (Leon Creek) Regional Storm Water Facility, Bexar County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff, Robert Rogers, Kari A. Jecker. Principal Investigator: Michael Smith. TAP No. 2954. Document No. 030050. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed North McCamey to King Mountain Tap 138-KV, Crane Substation to McElroy/North McCamey Cut-in 138-KV, and Crane Substation to McElroy/North McCamey Cut-in 69-KV Transmission Line Projects, Crane and Upton Counties, Texas, by Boyd Dixon and Michael A. Nash, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3108. Document No. 030118. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Sens Road/Little Cedar Bayou Project, Harris County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3083. Report of Investigations No. 343. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
An Archeological Management Plan for the Proposed Langham Creek 3D Seismic Survey, Fort Bend, Harris, and Waller Counties, Texas, by Edward P. Baxter, Principal Investigator, and William E. Moore. Contract Report 2003-4. College Station, TX: Edward P. Baxter, 2003.
Short Report Phase 1 Cultural Resources Management Survey of the Tennessee Natural Gas Company Katy Pipeline 100-3 Replacement Project, Katy, Harris County, Texas,by Steve Baird. Principal Investigator: James Hughey. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
Cultural Resources Investigation for the City of Hawk Cove Water & Wasteware Project, Hunt County Texas, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator. Dallas, TX: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey for the Las Pampas Water Supply Corporation, Presidio County, Texas,by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2003-19. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Fort Anahuac – Archeological Testing at a Mexican Era Fort in Chambers County, Texas, by Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator, and John W. Clark. TAP No. 2869. Archeology Series No. 115. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey of the Del Valle Annexation Project’s Proposed Public Utility Upgrades, Travis County, Texas,by Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3104. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 343. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey and Geoarchaeological Investigations at 41BX1271, Walker Ranch Park, Bexar County, Texas,by Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Raymond P. Mauldin. TAP No. 3023. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 337. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Alcoa Salt Marsh Remediation – Powderhorn Lake, Calhoun County, Texas,by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné and Edward Salo. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 89. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Brownsville East Loop Project – City of Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas,by Kerri S. Barile, and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator, and Doug Drake. TAP No. 2435. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-299. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archeological Survey for Widening of State Highway 144, Southern Hood County, Texas,by Christopher W. Ringstaff and Jennifer K. McWilliams. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 2944. Letter Report No. 556. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Results of the Archeological Survey for the Eubank Acres Water and Wastewater Improvement Project in Austin, Texas,by Mason D. Miller and Rachel Feit. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2978. Archeology Series No. 114. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné and Edward Salo. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 89. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Intensive Archeological Investigations of the Wonder World Drive Extension: FM 3403 in Hays County, Texas,by James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator, and Jonathan Jarvis, Rachel Feit and John Andrew Moreman. TAP No. 2741. Archeology Series No. 107. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Archeological Survey and Search for Unmarked Graves Along U.S. Highway 183 and State Highway 71, Travis County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3064. Letter Report No. 595. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Navasota Recreation Center in Southwestern Grimes County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2832. Contract Report Number 100. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Archeological Test Excavations at the Prestonwood (41SM272) and Broadway (41SM273) Sites Along the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County, Texas,by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2534. Report of Investigations No. 43. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, 2001.
Texas Water Development Board 2002 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for Texas Antiquities Permit 2773, by Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson, W. Hayden Whitsett. TAP No. 2773. Austin: Texas Water Development Board, 2003.
Archaeological Survey across the Denton Creek Floodplain North of Roanoke, Texas, by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3092. Cultural Resources Report 2003-14. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Report on the Archeological Survey of the Koyote Ranch Bandera Unit, L.P. Recreational Vehicle Park Project, Bandera and Kerr Counties, Texas, by Christopher A. Cojeen, Principal Investigator. Norman, OK: Cojeen Archeological Services, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of Proposed System Improvements for the Rural Water Supply Corporation in Southeast Cherokee County, Texas,by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3126. Contract Report Number 121. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the SH 158 Interchange Project Area, Sterling County, Texas, by Thanet Skoglund and Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3133. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-184. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archeological and Historical Survey of The Austin Convention Center,by David O. Brown, Principal Investigator, and Mark L. Parsons, Edward Galloway, David W. Moore, Charles D. Frederick, Ralph Newlan and Steve Kubenka. TAP No. 815. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Wimberley Bypass, Hays County, Texas, by Eric R. Oksanen, Craig A. Weaver, Andrew Clamann, and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3082. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 376. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2003.
History of the Central Texas Cedar Industry: Architectural and Archaeological Documentation of Cedar Choppers Site, 41WM892, Williamson County, Texas,by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-318. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
A Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey of the Blocker-Crossroads WSC Water Line Project in Central Harrison County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2855. Contract Report Number 103. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2002.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey and Subsequent Testing of the Proposed Woodlands Southwest Detention Pond, The Woodlands, Montgomery County, Texas, HJN 030019 AR, by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3055. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Assessment of the North Groesbeck Water Supply Corporation Service Area, Hardeman Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2003-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Final Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey of the El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline No. 1107 Replacement Project Area, Upton County, Texas,by Steve Baird and John Oswald. Principal Investigator: James Hughey. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Pearson Reservoir, Medina County, Texas,by Molly F. Godwin, William J. Weaver, and John W.Clark, Jr. TAP No. 3033. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 22. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2003.
Archaeological Survey for the 2003 Renovation of Line 1105 in Winkler, Crane, and Upton Counties, Texas,by Steve Carpenter and Ken Lawrence. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-110. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of a Water Line in Northern Navarro and Southern Ellis Counties, Texas,by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3037. Contract Report Number 113. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Phase II Archaeological Testing on Prehistoric Site 41HY317, Hays County, Texas,by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2682. Technical Report No. 12. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2003.
Archaeological Survey and Monitoring on the Proposed Extension to Strahan Coliseum, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2907. Technical Report No. 10. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2003.
Archaeological Investigations at Site 41CW58 in Caldwell County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3130. Contract Report Number 116. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resource Assessment of Rattlesnake Island, Mad Island Management Refuge Area, Matagorda County, Texas,by Robert E. Reams, Principal Investigator, and Nicole deLaunay. Wiggins, MS: Robert Edward Reams, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Springtown Park Site – Parker County, Texas,by Jesse Todd, and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2891. Cultural Resources Report 2003-23. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Report of Archaeological Investigations for The San Antonio River Channel Improvement Project, Houston Street to Lexington Avenue, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas,by Dana Anthony, David O. Brown, Eugene Foster, and Sally Victor. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. TAP No. 2542. Document No. 030017. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Goforth WSC Water Line Project in Eastern Hays County, Texas,by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3094. Contract Report Number 118. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey of a Proposed Floodplain Preservation Area on Cypress Creek, Harris County, Texas,by Nancy F. Porter, and Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3014. Report of Investigations No. 344. Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Investigations of Village Areas at the Hatchel Site (41BW3), Bowie County, Texas,by Timothy K. Perttula, Principal Investigator, and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2971. Report of Investigations No. 58. Austin: Archeological and Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of Proposed Additional Changes and Deep Well Locations for the Western Cass Water Supply Corporation in South-Central Cass County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3127. Contract Report Number 122. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Final Report, Goode No. 13-2 (USACE 200300294) by James S. Belew. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, 2003.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department 2002 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission, by Amy Ringstaff and Aina Dodge. TAP No. 2774. Austin, TX: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Three Proposed Pump Station Locations for the Upper Leon River Municipal Water District in Comanche and Hamilton Counties, Texas,by Michael R. Bradle, and Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 60. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
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2004-232/4 Historic Archaeological Investigations in the Applewhite Reservoir Project Area, Bexar County, Texas,by J.M. Adovasio and Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 1589. Reports of Investigations No. 6. College Station, TX: Center for Ecological Archaeology, Texas A&M University, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey and Monitoring of Waterline Excavations for the City of Nacogdoches Water System, Nacogdoches County, Texas,by Victor Galan. TAP No. 3079. Nacogdoches, TX: Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultant, 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of 27.48-Acre Chuck Nash Property, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, HJN 030116 AR, by Sergio A. Iruegas, Russell Brownlow, Co-Principal Investigators, and Reign Clark.. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Parmer Lane Extension Project, FM 1431-FM2243, Williamson County, Texas,by Sean R. Nash, Principal Investigator, Gregory D. Staples, and Martha Doty Freeman. Report of Investigations, Number 14. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2002.
Marine Remote-Sensing Survey and Diving Assessment for Historic Properties Investigations, Corpus Christi Ship Channel Improvements and La Quinta Ship Channel Extension, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas,by Jeffrey M. Enright, Jenna Watts, and Robert L. Gearhart II, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2407. Document No. 020143. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey for the Fifth Laredo International Bridge, Webb County, Texas,by Leonard R. Voellinger, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2700. Austin, TX: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey along the Cedar Creek Pipeline, Abilene, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2678. Cultural Resources Report 2001-38. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2001.
Archaeological Survey for the Shackelford Water Supply Corporation,by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2003-20. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Lake Crook Trails, Lamar County, Texas,by Jesse Todd, and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3090. Cultural Resources Report 2003-21. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
A Reconnnaissance and Acrchival Investigation of the Proposed Grand Parkway Segment C Universe of Alternatives,by Michelle Dippel, Eugene Foster, and David Sherman, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2173. Document No. 010253. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archaeological Remote-Sensing Survey and Diver Assessment of Two Localities Redfish Island, Chambers and Galveston Counties, Texas,by Jenna Watts, Jeffrey M. Enright, Robert L. Gearhart II, Principal Investigator, and Douglas S. Jones. TAP No. 2372. Document No. 020231. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
LCRA Annual Report of Cultural Resource Investigations for 2001, by Andrew F. Malof, Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator, Ron Ralph, and Glenn T. Goode. TAP No. 2537. Annual Report No. 11. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Parks and Conservation Services, 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey for a Proposed 20.29-Acre Transportation and Maintenance Facility, Del Valle Independent School District, Travis County, Texas, HJN 030155 AR,by Sergio A. Iruegas, Principal Investigator, and Reign Clark.. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Investigations of the Proposed McCarty Lane Pipeline, Hays County, Texas, by Melissa L. Lehman. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 3112. Technical Report No. 14. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2003.
Archaeological Survey on Five Acres of Land in Lockhart State Park, Caldwell County, Texas,by Richard S. Jones. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 3111. Technical Report No. 13. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Texas State University, 2003.
Archeological Survey of Small #1 and #2 Well-Pads and Associated Pipelines, and Shovel Testing of 41WA104, Walker County, Texas,by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 342. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
A Subsurface Survey of the Harris County Juvenile Justice Center Project, Block 30 (Site 41HR944), City of Houston Central Business District, Harris County, Texas,by Madeleine J. Donachie. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2949. Report of Investigations No. 347. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of Jefferson County Drainage District #6’s Proposed Mayhaw and Needmore Diversions and Green Pond Detention Basin, Jefferson County, Texas, HJN 000418 AR,by Russell Brownlow, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of a 129-Acre Proposed Floodplain Preservation Area on Cypress Creek, Harris County, Texas, by Nancy Porter. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3029. Report of Investigations No. 350. Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Excavations at the Alex Justiss Site – 41TT13 - Titus County, Texas,by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator, Sally Victor, Maynard B. Cliff, Phil Dering, Timothy K. Perttula, Mary Malainey, Gary Rutenberg. TAP No. 2540. Archeological Studies Program Report 36. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archeological Studies Program, 2003.
Archeological Survey and History of Pedernales Falls State Park, Blanco County, Texas,by Margaret Howard, Amy Ringstaff, John J. Leffler, Christopher W. Ringstaff, Logan McNatt, Steve A. Tomka, Christine G. Ward, Paul Schuchert and Carlos Beceiro. TAP No. 1628. Austin, TX: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Cultural Resources Program, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Water Delivery Pipeline and Storage Tank in the City of Sheffield, Pecos County, Texas, by Victor Gibbs and Chad Burt. TAP No. 2790. El Paso, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Final Cultural Resources Survey for the Lower Williamson Creek Relief Interceptor, Austin, Travis County, Texas,by Boyd Dixon, Principal Investigator, and Robert Gearhart, and Robert Rogers. TAP No. 3011. Document No. 030082. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed West Temple Wastewater Improvements, Bell County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3171. Letter Report No. 614. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey and Search of a 55-Acre Tract for Proposed HEB Grocery Store at Kyle, Hays County, Texas,by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator, and Weldon W. Hammond III. Letter Report No. 590. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources and Oyster Remote-Sensing Survey, Chocolate Bay, Brazoria County, Texas, by Jenna J. Watts, Robert Gearhart, Principal Investigator, and Jeffrey M. Enright, and Douglas S. Jones, Project Archaeologist. TAP No. 2803. Document No. 020347. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Survey of the Glen Canyon and Montana Falls Parks Improvement Project, Williamson County, Texas,by Sean R. Nash, Principle Investigator, and Gregory D. Staples. TAP No. 2723. Report of Investigations, Number 11. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2002.
Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey of Two Outfall Structures along Little Prong Creek, Fort Bend County, Texas, by J. Bryan Mason. Principal Investigator: James Hughey. USACE No. SWG 03-07-023. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Racoon Drive Right-of-Way Expansion, Eastern Harris County, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3123. Report of Investigations No. 351. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey of State Highway 155 from Frankston to Pert, Anderson County, Texas,by John A. Campbell. Principal Investigator: Rachel Feit. TAP No. 2992. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Archeological Survey of the SH 45 Drainage Easement and Water Quality Ponds in Williamson County, Texas,by Mason D. Miller, and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3119. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Reconnaissance Survey at the Dos Rios Water Recycling Center – Letter Report, by John A. Campbell, and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3097. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Additional Hike and Bike Trail for the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District Park Facilities in Williamson County, Texas,by Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 2835. Archeology Series No. 120. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey for the Salem to Peters Transmission Line Upgrade Project, Washington and Austin Counties, Texas, by Jonathan H. Jarvis, and Mason Miller. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 3075. Archeology Series No. 121. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey Along Farm-to-Market (FM) 3175, Lytle, Atacosa County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, and Kirk D. French. Principal Investigator: Steve Carpenter. TAP No. 3028. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-27. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Georgetown Inner Loop East Extension Project, Williamson County, Texas,by Sean R. Nash, Principal Investigator, Gregory D. Staples, and Chris Smith. TAP No. 2829. Report of Investigations, Number 18. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2002.
Archaeological Monitoring of Water-Line Trenching in Elm Street between Commerce and Blum Streets, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas,by Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator, and David O. Brown. TAP No. 3072. Report of Investigations No. 11. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2003.
A Short Report of the Phase 1 Cultural Resources Survey of the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Guadalupe River Crossing Workspace in Victoria County, Texas,by Steven Baird and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. Gray & Pape Project No. 03-44102. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Lupe and Walker Tower Access Roads, Webb County, Texas,by Steve A. Tomka, Principal Investigator. Letter Report, No. 147. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Report on Gradall Trenching Adjacent to the Proposed Bridge Improvements on Oliver Creek, Wise County, Texas,by Russell D. Greaves. Principal Investigator: Steve A. Tomka. TAP No. 3165. Letter Report, No. 151. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of 5 Miles of SH 127, Uvalde County, Texas,by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator, and Kerri S. Barile. TAP No. 3147. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-229. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed West Rail Bypass, Cameron County, Texas, by David O. Brown, Dana Anthony, Principal Investigator, and James T. Jones. TAP No. 3103. Report of Investigations No. 12. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Kinder Morgan Silver Creek Bank Restoration and Stabilization Project, Houston County, Texas. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 26. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Assessment of the Friendswood Road/Whispering Pines Road Project, Galveston and Harris Counties, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 30. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2003.
Archaeological Survey for La Joya Water Supply Corporation 2003 Water System Improvements, Hidalgo County, Texas,by Richard K. Meadows and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Christopher W. Ringstaff. TAP No. 3057. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Testing at the McCommas Bluff Landfill Site, Dallas, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner, Jesse Todd, Lance K. Trask and Sonny A. Wheeler III. TAP No. 3084. Cultural Resources Report 2003-24. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Flint Hills 102+- Acre Tract, Nueces County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin, Principal Investigator. Technical Report 27. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey North of McWhorter Creek, Denton County, Texas,by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-29. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Oak Grove Park Trail, Lake Grapevine, Texas, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-27. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Sustainable Subsistence: Archeological Survey and Data Recovery at the Indian Mesa Wind Turbine Farm near Bakersfield in Northeast Pecos County, Texas, by Molly F. Godwin, Steven M. Kotter, John W.Clark, Jr., Grant D. Smith, Ronald W. Ralph, Steven Schooler, Philip J. Dering, Glenn T. Goode, and William J. Weaver. Heritage Management Series, Report of Investigations No. 5. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2002.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Segments of the Salado Water Supply Corporation 12-inch Water Line in Bell County,by Molly F. Godwin. Heritage Management Series, Survey Report No. 25. Kyle, TX: Antiquities Planning & Consulting, 2003.
Results of the Loop 1/SH 45 Additional Right of Way Archeological Survey in Williamson and Travis Counties, Texas, by John A. Campbell, and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2964. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of the 464-Acre Lampasas Business Complex Project Area, Lampasas County, Texas,by Kerri S. Barile, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3180. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-255. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey and Archeological Inventory of the Proposed Temporary Workspace Associated with the Repair to an existing 22 in O.D. Florida Gas Transmission Pipeline in Dickinson Bayou, Galveston County, Texas,by Andrea White, Heather Childers, and Heidi Post. Principal Investigator: David R. George. New Orleans, LA: R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Hutchins Transfer Station Site, Dallas County, Texas,by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2003-28. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Willow Creek Detention Basin Facility (HCFC Project ID M525-01-00-R001) Near Tomball, Harris County, Texas,by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3136. Report of Investigations No. 354. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
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2004-232/5 An Archaeological Survey of the Hermann Sons Road Bridge Replacement Project at the Guadalupe River, Kerr County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3062. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-74. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed 110-Acre Sand and Gravel Mine and Sorting Plant for Riverside Aggregates, Austin County, Texas, HJN 030023 AR,by Russell Brownlow. Principal Investigators: Russell Brownlow and Sergio Iruegas. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
An Assessment and Recommendation for Cultural Rescources Management for the Proposed Drill Pad Construction Project at Lake Anahuac in Chambers County, Texas,by Steven Baird, John Oswald, and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. USACE Individual Permit No. 23161. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
Addendum to Cultural Resources Survey of the Carrollton Northwest Corridor, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail System, Dallas County, Texas,by Angela L. Tiné. TAP No. 2552. Letter Report No. 110. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of American Electric Power’s Texas Central Company/Lower Colorado River Authority Rincon-Rockport 138-KV Transmission Line Rebuild Project Area, Aransas and San Patricio Counties, Texas,by C. Russ Shortes, and Sally Victor. Principal Investigator: Michael N. Smith. TAP No. 3156. Document No. 030226. Austin, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Applewhite South (Loop 1604 to Watson Road) Expansion Project, Bexar County, Texas, by Kerri S. Barile, Thanet Skoglund, and Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3105. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-150. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
San Elizario Plaza Monitoring Report,by John A. Peterson and Mark Willis. Principal Investgator: Stephen Mbutu. TAP No. 1972. El Paso: Anthropology Research Center, University of Texas at El Paso, 2001.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed 102-Mile Six Shooter to Midland Airport Fiber Optic Cable Route – Pecos, Crockett, Upton, and Midland Counties, Texas,by Brandon S. Young, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3027. Alpine, TX: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Center Pivot Irrigation Project for the City of Sweetwater in Nolan County, Texas,by Michael R. Bradle, Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator, and Gilbert T. Bernhardt. TAP No. 3132. Report of Investigations No. 61. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Shell Road Improvements for The City of Georgetown Williamson County, Texas,by Michael R. Bradle, and Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3151. Report of Investigations No. 53. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Sparta Road Extension and Industrial Park Detention Basin for The City of Belton, Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3148. Report of Investigations No. 63. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Reinvestment Zone Detention Pond #2 for The City of Temple, Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Gilbert T. Bernhardt, and Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2993. Report of Investigations No. 54. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Monitoring of Construction at 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. Letter Report, No. 149. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Baruch 116 – Denton County, Texas,by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-32. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey and Oral History Interviews for International Falcon Dam and Reservoir Project, Zapata and Starr Counties, Texas, by Parsons And Lopezgarcia Group, 2002.
Corpus Christi Southside Gas and Wastewater Main, City Project No. 1530, Nueces County, Texas,by Jeff Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAS No. 3155. Technical Report 28. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
A Reassessment of Prehistoric Site 41GV99 Bolivar Peninsula Beach Restoration, Galveston County, Texas,by Jeff Turpin. USACE Permit Application #21755(2). Letter Report 25. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Ben’s Branch Diversion Channel Project, Montgomery County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator, and Joseph M. Sanchez. TAP No. 3175. Report of Investigations No. 356. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Data Recovery Excavations at 41MM340 – A Late Archaic Site along Little River in Milam County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, Steve A. Tomka, Harry J. Shafer, Lee C. Nordt, Russell Greaves, Rebecca R. Galdeano, and Raymond P. Mauldin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2654. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 340. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of a Diesel Spill Site on Lake Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Gilbert T. Bernhardt, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 56. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Texas Portion of Link One on the AT&T Nexgen/Core Project,by Timothy M. Kearns, Richard W. Walter, Steven F. Mehls. Principal Investigator: Thomas J. Lennon. TAP No. 2398. Report No. WCRM(F)203. Farmington, NM: Western Cultural Resource Management, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the LCRA Kendall to Kerrville Stadium Transmission Line, by Kirk D. French, and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Christopher W. Ringstaff. TAP No. 3101. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resource Investigation for Central and South West Services, Inc. 345kV Transmission Line Project, Goliad and Karnes Counties, Texas,by Nancy F. Porter, Lisa M. Barko, and Orval E. Shinn, Principal Investigator. Project #22623. Houston, TX: Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc., 2002.
Report on the Archeological Survey of the Paradise Cove Resort Area, Located on US Army Corps of Engineers Administered Lands, Grayson County, Texas, by Christopher A. Cojeen, Principal Investigator, and Thomas Lindsey. Norman, OK: Cojeen Archeological Services, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of 32 Acres in Northeast Fort Bend County, Texas,by Madeleine J. Donachie. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 359. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Testing of Four Sites on Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, by Jason D. Weston, and Raymond P. Mauldin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2926. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 335. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Sanitary Sewer Route in Roxton, Texas, by Jesse Todd. TAP No. 3166. Cultural Resources Report 2003-26. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Riverside Park Trails, Brownwood, Texas, by Jesse Todd. TAP No. 3228. Cultural Resources Report 2003-40. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of 0.75 Linear Mile of Undeveloped Rangeland for the City of Elgin Water System Project, Bastrop County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens. Principal Investigator: J. Michael Quigg. TAP No. 3178. TRC Technical Report No. 40294. Austin, TX: TRC, 2003.
Testing of Noodle Creek Site 41JS102, Jones County, Texas,by J. Michael Quigg, Grant D. Smith, Audrey L. Scott, and Jeffrey D. Owens. TxDOT Archeological Report No. 48. TRC Technical Report 35398. Austin, TX: TRC Environmental Corporation, 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Maxwell Water Supply Corporation USDA I.H. 35 Corridor Project in Southeast Hays County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3186. Contract Report Number 123. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of the Applewhite North (Watson Road to Loop 410) Expansion Project, Bexas County, Texas,by Brett A. Houk, Kerri S. Barile, and Thanet Skoglund. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3099. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-156. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Famcor #1 USA-Raven Forest Well Pad and Pipeline for Famcor Oil, Inc. in the Sam Houston National Forest, Montgomery County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: Herbert G. Uecker. Report of Investigations No. 66. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey for Drainage Improvements in Kleberg County, Texas, by James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3048. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Location of the R.E. Berry Education Support Center and Football Stadium, Harris County, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3205. Report of Investigations No. 363. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed City of Austin ACWP, Upper Little Walnut Wastewater System Improvements U.S. Highway 183 to U.S. Highway 290 Segment Travis County, Texas, by Richard A. Hubbard. Principal Investigator: Molly F. Godwin. TAP No. 3207. Austin, TX: Hill Country Environmental, Inc., 2003.
Browne Road Regional Park Survey, Cameron County, Texas,by Antonio E. Padilla and David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 3122. Technical Report No. 15. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos, 2003.
Archaeological Survey for Millersview-Doole WSC, by Lance K. Trask. Cultural Resources Report 2003-36. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Bioarchelogical Analysis of a Prehistoric Burial from Callo Del Oso (41NU2), Nueces County, Texas,by Richard B. Mahoney, Principal Investigator, and Harry J. Shafer. TAP No. 2445. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archeological Excavation and Reburial of Unmarked Historic Graves in the Pioneer Cemetery (41BO202), Brazoria County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné and Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3080. Report of Investigations No. 139. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of Early, Texas Sanitary Sewer System, by S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 3169. Cultural Resources Report 2003-29. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Eligibility Testing of Six Prehistoric Sites in the San Miguel Mine Atascosa County, Texas,by Solveig A. Turpin and Billy D. Turner. Cultural Resources Report 18. Austin, TX: TAS, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey for the Proposed New US 83 Menard to Eden Right-of-way in Menard and Concho Counties, Texas,by Mason Miller, and Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 3015. Archeology Series No. 119. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Wal-Mart Site Center, Texas, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-31. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Hall Park and Farrington Place Subdivisions, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum & Kelly Schexnayder. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3216. Report of Investigations No. 366. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Sunset Development Project Area along Dickinson Bayou in Galveston County, Texas, by Steve Baird and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. USACE Permit No. 0307036. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
Archaeological Monitoring of a Tree Planting Project and Installation of the Front Door Welcoming Drive for Texas State University-San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, by Shawn Soucie and David L. Nickels. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2396. Technical Report No. 11. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos, 2003.
Class III Cultural Resource Inventory of Proposed Power Substation; a Short Section of Power line; and Equipment Storage Areas for BLM Cliffside Complex, Potter County, Texas, by John D. Northcutt. Environmental Assessment# NM-090-2002-010. Moore, OK: Bureau of Land Management, 2002.
Archeological Survey of the Westridge Area Sewer Line Project for the City of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas,by Timothy K. Perttula, Bo Nelson, Mark Walters, and Chris Kugler. TAP No. 3173. Letter Report No. 139. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2003.
Archeological Survey of a Portion of the Thompson Adddition Drainage Improvements, Bell County, Texas, by Timothy B. Griffith. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3204. Letter Report No. 626. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Inventory and Assessment of Cultural Resources, Redstone Golf Course Expansion, Harris County, Texas, by Joseph Sanchez. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. Report of Investigations No. 300. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
The Nawi haia ina Site (41RK170): Archeological Investigations in the City of Henderson’s Southside Wastewater Treatment Plant, Rusk County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula, Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2742. Report of Investigations No. 51. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2003.
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2004-232/6 Archaeological Testing of the Burleson Homestead at 41HY37, Hays County, Texas,by C. Britt Bousman, Principal Investigator and David L. Nickels. TAP No. 2406. Archaeological Studies Report No. 4. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Lake Water Treatment Plant Expansion and Testing of 41WM1076 for the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas,by Michael R. Bradle, Herbert G. Uecker, Gilbert T. Bernhardt, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 50. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Riley Fuzzel Road Expansion and Bridge Replacement Project, Harris and Mongomery Counties, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor and Joseph M. Sanchez. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3194. Report of Investigations No. 361. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Water Treatment Plant Expansion for the City of Wills Point, Texas, by Timothy G. Baugh, Principal Investigator, and Kirsten Kahl. TAP No. 3160. Letter Report No. 11. Dallas: KEF/LopezGarcia Group, 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Pearland Parkway Wetland Mitigation Project Area in Harris County, Texas, by Steve Baird and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3226. USACE Permit No. 22288(01). Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
Under Every Rock: Archeological Reconnaissance in the Black Montains and Red Hills of Hudspeth County, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2714. Cultural Resources Report 7. Austin, TX: Borderlands Archeological Research Unit, the University of Texas at Austin, 2003.
Final Report – For Phase I Cultural Resources Investigation of the Aerie Networks, Inc. Houston Reroute, Harris and Montgomery Counties, Texas, of the Houston to Chicago Fiber Optic Cable Route Project,by Victoria D. Vargas, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2627. New Orleans, LA: P.A.C.E. Environmental Services, LLC, 2001.
Upper Tannehill/Lower Fort Branch Sewer Line Upgrade Archeological Survey, by Michael Aiuvalasit and Rachel Feit. Archeological Series No. 122. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resources Investigation for the US 79 / CR 349 Cell Tower Site Project, near Palestine, Anderson County Texas, by Sue E. Linder-Linsley, Principal Investigator. Dallas, TX: Linder/Linsley Consulting, 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 59.81-Acre Tract of Land for Del Valle Independent School District Del Valle, Texas, HJN 030165 AR 001, by Sergio Iruegas, Principal Investigator, and Reign Clark. TAP No. 3201. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Temporary Bridge Crossing over Garners Bayou in Harris County, Texas, by Steve Baird, and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3203. USACE Permit No. SWG-03-33-017. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Espada District Unsewered Area, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by John Peukert, Michelle D. Wurtz. Principal Investigator: Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 3121. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 289. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Historical Research and Search for Unmarked Graves, Park Springs Cemetery (41TV2035), Travis County, Texas, by Cory J. Broehm, Amy E. Dase, and Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3150. Technical Reports, No. 65. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
An Intensive Archeological Survey for 2 Miles of 6-Inch-in-Diameter Pipeline Reroute Adjacent to Lake Naconiche Nacogdoches County, Texas, HJN 030187 AR, by Sergio Iruegas, Principal Investigator. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Samson Companies Proposed Reklaw 1-10 Well Pad and Access Road Cherokee County, Texas, by Elizabeth Sills. Principal Investigator: Maynard B. Cliff. Document No. 030305. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Resources Inventory of 3,942 Acres at Five Lakes in Eastern Oklahoma and Northeastern Texas: Tenkiller, Eufaula, Fort Gibson, Pat Mayse, and Texoma, by Doug McKay, Kirsten Kahl, and Rebecca Procter, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 3. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2003.
Under Four Flags – History and Archeology of North Loop One, Travis County, Texas, by John W. Clark, Jr. Principal Investigator: Frank A. Weir. TAP No. 535. Archeological Studies Program Report 57. Austin: Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, 2004.
Archeological Survey of Two Hiking Trail Bridge Locations, Mackenzie Park, Tulia, Swisher County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3206. Letter Report, No. 629. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Significance Testing of Prehistoric Site 41MV287 for the Elm Creek Interceptor Project, Maverick County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter and Ken Lawrence. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3142. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-234. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of Lakeview Pod A Adjacent to Timber Branch, Denton, Texas,by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-42. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey for the Eppes Pipeline Right-of-Way within Fairfield Lake State Park, Freestone County, Texas,by Marc A. Tiemann. TAP No. 3263. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Wellborn Special Utility District Number 2003 Project in Brazos County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3300. Contract Report Number 130. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2004.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance for a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in Brenham, Washington County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report Number 123. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
A Cultural Resource Investigation of a 4.6-Acre Regional Detention on White Oak Bayou East of Jones Road, Harris County, Texas, by Nancy F. Porter. Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3253. Houston, TX: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Border Patrol Expnsion Project, Dimmit, Texas, by Thomas R. Hester. TAP No. 2757. Utopia, TX: Anthony & Brown Consulting, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Lower Oyster Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3225. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-327. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archaeological Survey for La Joya Water Supply Corporation’s La Joya East Wastewater Treatment Plant Buffer Zone, Hildago County, Texas, by Richard K. Meadows, James T. Jones, David O. Brown, and Christopher W. Ringstaff, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3058. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resource Inventory of Selected Areas at Lake Sam Rayburn and Town Bluff/Steinhagen Lake, Texas, by W. Nicholas Trierweiler, and Mindy L. Bonine. Report No. 04602. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2003.
Results of Multilevel Survey Investigations of the Proposed US 87 Relief Route Near BigSpring, Howard County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 3005. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-333. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2004.
Results of Significance Testing at 41MQ191 and 41MQ192, Montgomery County, Texas, by Brett A. Houk, Ken Lawrence, and David D. Kuehn. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-420. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2004.
Archeological Survey for US 83 Junction to Menard in Menard and Kimble Counties, Texas, by Mason Miller, and Jonathan H. Jarvis. Principal Investigator: James W. Karbula. TAP No. 3154. Archeology Series No. 125. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of 11 Arroyo Crossings for the Laredo Energy Pipeline Project, Zapata County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens, Principal Investigator. Technical Report No. 40959. Austin, TX: TRC , 2003.
An Archaeological Survey for the Polonia Water Supply Corporation in Caldwell County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3239. Contract Report Number 129. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of Marine Creek 8” Pipeline Antero Resources I, LP – Tarrant County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Letter Report 26. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Archeological and Historical Investigations at the George R. Brown Convention Center Hotel (41HR505, 41HR863, and 41HR864), Houston, Texas,by Kelly Schexnayder. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 2541. Report of Investigations No. 367. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Nolan Creek City Park Project, for the City of Harker Heights, Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, and Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3185. Report of Investigations No. 74. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey for a Road Widening and Bridge Replacement Project (CSJ 0091-05-041) on SH 289 at Panther Creek, Collin County, Texas, by Marie Huhnke. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 3078. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 285. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Leander Independent School District’s Old Town Village Development Project, Williamson County, Texas, by Tricia L. Blakistone. Principal Investigator: Michael Nash. TAP No. 3277. Document No. 030369. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archeological Survey for a Road Widening Project (CSJ 0135-04-028) on SH 380, Collin County, Texas,by Marie Huhnke. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 3078. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 286. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Pavo Real (41BX52): A Paleoindian and Archaic Camp and Workshop on the Balcones Escarpment, South-Central, Texas, by Michael B. Collins, Dale B. Hudler, and Stephen L. Black. TAP No. 249. Archeological Studies Program, Report 50. Austin, TX: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, the University of Texas at Austin, 2003.
Search for the Grave of William Preston Longley, Hanged Texas Gunfighter, by Douglas W. Owsley, Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Brooks B. Ellwood, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA; and Terry Melton, Mitotyping Technologies, LLC, State College, PA. 2003.
An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Water Transmission Line from High Island to Singing Sands, Galveston County, Texas, HJN 020189 AR, by Russell Brownlow. Principal Investigators: Russell Brownlow and Sergio Iruegas. TAP No. 3298. Austin: Horizon Environmental Services, Inc., 2004.
Cultural Resources Survey of Elm Creek (Centex) Watershed FRS.5A, Bell County, Texas, by Calvin B. Sanders. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, CRM Report 03-3. 2003.
Archeological Survey Report Little Walnut Creek South Sewer Line Upgrade,by Mason Miller. Principal Investigator: Rachel Feit. TAP No. 3214. Archeological Series No. 126. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Archeological Survey on FM 106 from FM 1847 to FM 510, Cameron County, Texas, by Karl W. Kilber, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3198. Letter Report No. 621. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2004.
An Archeological Survey of the Scarsdale Road Expansion and Detention Basin Project, Clear Creek, Harris County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor and Kelly Schexnayder. TAP No. 3191. Report of Investigations No. 358. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Goode No. 9-1 (USACE 200300143) Final Cultural Resources Report, by James S. Belew. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, 2004.
Goode No. 8-1 (USACE 200300147) Final Cultural Resources Report,by James S. Belew. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Pecan Creek Sports Complex for the City of Hamilton, Hamilton County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Herbert G. Uecker, Principal Investigator, and Gilbert T. Bernhardt. TAP No. 3149. Report of Investigations No. 70. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Yost Boulevard Expansion, Brazoria County, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3247. Report of Investigations No. 369. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey of a Portion of the Proposed Casa Marina del Sol Development, Galveston County, Texas, by Kelly Schexnayder. MAC No. 03-142. Report of Investigations No. 374. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Goode No. 6-3 (USACE 200300148) Final Cultural Resources Report, by James S. Belew. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of Waste Water Pipelines and Treatment Facilities in the Hickory Creek and Little Elm Creek Drainages, Denton County, Texas, by C. Reid Ferring, and Johnny A. Byers. TAP No. 2603. Denton, TX: Geoarch Consultants, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Baruch 116, Denton County, Texas, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-32. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
An Archeological Survey of the Crown Oaks Residential Development, Montgomery County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 365. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a 5.8-Acre Tract in College Station, Brazos County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 118. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of a Golden Water Supply Corporation Well Site, Wood County, Texas, by Jesse Todd. TAP No. 3296. Cultural Resources Report 2003-50. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resource Survey of Three Tracts on the Bolivar Peninsula, Galveston County, Texas, by David Driver. Report of Investigations No. 371. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey for the Big Reef Marsh Restoration and Beach Nourishment Project, Galveston County, Texas, by Douglas S. Jones, Jenna J. Watts, and Jeffrey M. Enright, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2984. Document No. 030077. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Report on the Archeological Survey of the H. & S. Production, Inc. Proposed No. 2 Bryant Well and Direct-Craddock Access Route, Located on US Army Corps of Engineers Administered Lands, Grayson County, Texas, by Christopher A. Cojeen, Principal Investigator and Thomas Lindsey. Norman, OK: Cojeen Archeological Services, 2003.
Cultural Resources Investigations within the SH 183 Corridor from SH 360 to IH 35E, Dallas and Tarrant Counties, by Kirsten Kahl, and Charles Neel. Principal Investigator: Allan Schilz. TAP No. 2836. Letter Report No. 7. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2004.
Archaeological Survey of the San Gabriel Park for the City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle, Gilbert T. Bernhardt, and James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 49. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2002.
An Archaeological Survey of the Shady Grove Water Supply Corporation System Improvements, Hunt County, Texas, by Lance K. Trask. Cultural Resources Report 2003-39. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
A Cultural Resources Investigation of a Proposed 29-Acre Regional Detention Basin Site (HCFCD Unit E500-12-00-R001) on White Oak Bayou, Northwest Harris County, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie and Nancy Porter. TAP No. 3252. Report of Investigations No. 372. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey for Drainage Improvements in Kenedy County, Texas,by James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3051. Gaithersburg, MD: URS Group, 2003.
Goode No. 7-3 (USACE 200300146) Final Cultural Resources Report, by James S. Belew. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, 2004.
Geoarcheological Survey of the Proposed Abernathy Community Park, Hale County, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3224. Letter Report, No. 633. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
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2004-232/7 Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey along Boyd Branch, Tarrant County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl, and Charles Neel. Principal Investigator: Timothy Baugh,. TAP No. 2840. Letter Report No. 2. Dallas: KEF/LopezGarcia Group, 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resource Survey of Proposed Lakeland Development in Harris County, Texas, by Steve Baird, John Oswald, and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. USACE Permit No. 23066. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2004.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Brazos Electric Power Cooperative’s Bridgeport to Crafton 138 kV Transmission Line Project, Wise County, Texas,by Elizabeth Sills. Principal Investigator: Maynard B. Cliff. Document No. 030363. Dallas: PBS&J, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Lions Park Trail Project for the City of Temple, Bell County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: Herbert G. Uecker. TAP No. 3238. Report of Investigations No. 76. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey in the Collin County Youth Camp, Collin County, Texas, by Jesse Todd. TAP No. 3237. Cultural Resources Report 2003-43. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Test Excavations at 41HE257, Henderson County, Texas, by E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3070. Technical Reports No. 64. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2003.
An Archaeological Survey of the Constructed Wetland Treatment System Facility, Richland Chambers Reservoir, Navarro and Freestone Counties, Texas,by C. Reid Ferring. TAP No. 2255. Denton, TX: Geoarch Consultants, 2004.
Archaeological Survey of the Travis Ranch Wastewater Treatment Plant Site, Kaufman County, Texas, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003-41. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of Proposed Hiking and Biking Trails along South Mayde Creek in Harris County, Texas, by Steve Baird, John Oswald, and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3152. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in the City of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 121. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Cultural Resource Survey of Two Erosion Protection/Fill Locations along Horsepen Creek at Huffmeister Road and Trailside Drive, Harris County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3172. Report of Investigations No. 355. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Beal Street Stormwater Detention Basin Tract, City of Belton, Bell County, Texas, by James S. Belew, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3230. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of a Proposed Border Patrol Checkpoint Station and NRHP Significance Testing of Site 41WB612, Webb County, Texas, by Mindy L. Bonine. Project Nos. 011-016 and 011-020. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey along the Proposed Walker’s Creek Multi-use Trail in the City of North Richland Hills, Tarrant County, Texas, by Charles Neel, Kirsten Kahl, and Allan Schilz, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3036. Letter Report No. 10. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2004.
Archaeological Survey of Segment 6 of the San Antonio Water System Aquifer Storage and Recovery Integration Pipeline, Bexar County, Texas, by Kevin A. Miller, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3196. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-326. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2003.
Archeological Survey of the School Branch Interceptor Improvements Project, Gregg County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 3276. Letter Report No. 146. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2004.
Archaeological Survey of the Eagle Pass Outer Loop, Maverick County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2230. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 03-286. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2004.
Archaeological Investigations of Proposed Stormwater Drainage Facilities at Site 41WM989 State Highway 45 Roadway Williamson County, Texas, by Robert Rogers, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3267.
Reconnaissance Survey of Two Proposed Alternatives for the Eastern Extension of the President George Bush Turnpike Dallas County, Texas, by James W. Karbula, Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator, Timothy Griffith and Jonathan Jarvis. Archeology Series No. 96. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
An Archaeological Survey for the Dialville-Oakland Water Supply Corporation in Central Cherokee County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3213. Contract Report Number 125. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2003.
Cultural Survey of the Lake Creek Channel Improvement Project, Williamson County, Texas, by Sean R. Nash. Principal Investigator: Fred Valdez. TAP No. 2470. Report of Investigations, Number 3. Austin: Archaeological and Cultural Sciences Group, 2000.
Archeological Test Excavations at the Prestonwood (41SM272) and Broadway (41SM273) Sites Along the City of Tyler-Lake Palestine WTP Project, Smith County, Texas, by Timothy K. Perttula and Bo Nelson. TAP No. 2534. Report of Investigations No. 43. Austin: Archeological & Environmental Consultants, LLC, 2001.
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of Road Expansion along Friendswood Link Road in Harris and Galveston Counties, Texas, by Steve Baird, Thomas Kelly and James Hughey, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3181. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
Cultural Resource Reassessment, Rio Grande 23-Mile Pipeline Culberson and Reeves Counties, Texas, by Jeff Turpin. Technical Report 30. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Marine Remote-Sensing Survey of Proposed Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Alignments across Corpus Christi Bay and the Victoria Wye in San Antonio Bay, Port O’Connor to Corpus Christi Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Calhoun and Nueces Counties, Texas, by Jenna J. Watts, Jeffrey M. Enright, Robert L. Gearhart II, and Douglas S. Jones. Principal Investigators: Robert L. Gearhart II, and Jenna J. Watts. TAP No. 2920. Document No. 020334. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archeological Data Recovery Investigations of Four Burned Rock Midden Sites (41VV1892, 41VV1893, 41VV1895, and 41VV1897) Val Verde County, Texas, by Maynard B. Cliff, Michael A. Nash, J. Phil Dering, Ruth Marie. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 2469. Document No. 010102. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the City of Pflugerville Raw Water Pipeline Right of Way, by Brandon S. Young, Steven M. Kotter, Christopher W. Ringstaff, Principal Investigator, and James T. Jones. TAP No. 3135. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Famcor #1 USA-Raven Forest Well Pad and Pipeline for Famcor Oil, Inc. in the Sam Houston National Forest, Montgomery County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle. Principal Investigator: Herbert G. Uecker. Report of Investigations No. 66. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Assessment of Riverside Oxbow Environmental Restoration, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, by Marie Huhnke, Michelle D. Wurtz. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 267. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Archeological Survey of the Realignment and Widening of Old Howard Road, Bell County, Texas, by Timothy B. Griffith. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3337. Letter Report No. 646. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2004.
El Paso Electric Facility Locator Project, Socorro, Texas, by John A. Peterson and Mark Willis. Principal Investgator: Stephen Mbutu. TAP No. 2826. El Paso: Anthropology Research Center, University of Texas at El Paso, 2002.
Phase I Survey for the Proposed Park Row Road Expansion, Harris County, Texas, by Jorge Garcia-Herreros, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3139. Archaeological Report Series 03-001. Houston: Perennial Environmental Services, LLP, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Investigation for Bank Repair on Carpenters Bayou (HCFCD Project N100-00-00-X016), Eastern Harris County, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie. TAP No. 3317. Report of Investigations No. 383. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Cultural Resources Survey for the Pleasant Valley Road Extension Project, Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Mindy L. Bonine. TAP No. 3289. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2004.
Cultural Resources Assessment of the Corpus Christi Southside Water Transmission Line, Segment B-Phase 4, 4A and 5, Nueces County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3179. Technical Report 31. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey for a Proposed Sewage Treatment Plant in Bell County, Texas, by Jorge Garcia-Herreros, Principal Investigator, and J. Bryan Mason. TAP No. 3131. Archaeological Report Series 03-002. Houston: Perennial Environmental Services, LLP, 2003.
Archaeological Survey in the West Fork Floodplain, Dallas County, Texas, by Jesse Todd and S. Alan Skinner. TAP No. 2951. Cultural Resources Report 2003-16. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Survey of Waterline Improvements at Martin Dies, Jr. State Park, Jasper County, Texas, by Mindy L. Bonine. Project No. 069-001. Austin: Ecological Communications Corporation, 2004.
The Archeological Survey of Timber Creek Trail, Lewisville, Texas, by Jesse Todd. TAP No. 3297. Dallas, TX: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
An Archeological Survey in Bartholomew Park: Investsigations for the City of Austin’s Planned Wastewater Line Improvements and Channel Restabilization along Upper Tannehill Creek from Broadmoor to Cameron Roads, by Mason Miller and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3258. Archeological Series No. 128. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2004.
An Archaeological Survey for the Upper Leon River Municipal Water District Proposed Wastewater Treatment System Improvements Project in Eastern Comanche County, Texas, by William E. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3220. Contract Report Number 127. Bryan, TX: Brazos Valley Research Associates, 2004.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey along Hurricane and Cyclone Creeks, Tarrant County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl and Charles Neel. Principal Investigator: Timothy Baugh,. TAP No. 2839. Letter Report No. 3. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of a Proposed Social Security Administration Building in the City of McKinney, Collin County, Texas, by Steven M. Hunt. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. Letter Report No. 122. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Phase I Cultural Resources Survey for the Eppes No. 4 Well Site in Fairfield Lake State Park, Freestone County, Texas, by Marc A. Tiemann, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3341. Longview, TX: Sphere 3 Environmental, Inc., 2004.
Supplemental Cultural Resources Survey for US Border Patrol Checkpoint Station at Mile Marker 29 on Interstate Highway 35, Laredo Texas. TAP No. 3311. Fort Worth: Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers. 2004.
Archeological Survey for the Proposed Mountain Creek Parkway Widening, Dallas County, Texas, by Steven W. Ahr, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3222. Austin, TX: Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc., 2004.
Phase I Cultural Resources Management Survey of a Site in the City of Crosby, by Jorge Garcia-Herreros, Principal Investigator, and J. Bryan Mason. TAP No. 2938. Houston: BHE Environmental, Inc., 2002.
Archeological and Geoarcheological Survey of State Highway 35 between Angleton and Old Ocean, Brazoria County, Texas, by Richard B. Mahoney, David D. Kuehn, and Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Steve A Tomka. TAP No. 3091. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 320. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Select Boundary and Power Line Segments Big Bend Ranch State Park, Presidio County, Texas, by Andrea J. Ohl, William A. Cloud, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2504. Alpine, Texas: Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, 2001.
Geomorphology and Archeological Testing at Site 41TR174, along the Proposed West Fork Relief Interceptor WF-11B Sewer Line, Tarrant County, Texas, by Christopher Lintz, Principal Investigator, and Floyd B. Largent, Jr., Elizabeth Burson, Marie Huhnke, Steven M. Hunt. TAP No. 3124. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 300. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Archeological Investigations at 41WM815 A Blackland Prairie Site, Williamson County, Texas, by Russell K. Brownlow. Principal Investigator: Dale B. Hudler. TAP No. 2213. TARL Studies in Archeology 36. TxDoT Archeological Studies Program , Report 23. Austin: Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin, 2003.
Cultural Resources Investigaton for the Proposed Patrick Exploration Company Rocksprings Pipeline Project, Edwards County, Texas, by Victoria D. Vargas, Principal Investigator. Kearney, MO: Barnes & Williams Environmental Services, LLC, 2004.
The Oak Hill Village Site (41RK214), Rusk County, Texas, by Robert Rogers and Timothy Perttula. Document No. 030083. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
Archeological Investigations of the Paupers’ Cemetary at Stinson Municipal Airport, San Antonio, Texas, by Kenneth M. Cave and Alton K. Briggs. Principal Investigator: Eric A. Schroeder. TAP No. 2851. Sabinal, TX: AlianzA, LLC, 2003.
Cultural Resource Assessment of the Matador 12-Mile Pipeline, Cass and Morris Counties, Texas, by Jeff P. Turpin. Technical Report 29. Austin, TX: TAS Inc., 2003.
Phase I Archaeological Survey, Hillcrest, City Park, and Wiseman Drainages, City of La Vernia, Wilson County, Texas, FEMA-1257-DR-TX. TAP No. 2713. Gaithersburg, MD: URS Group, Inc., 2003.
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2004-232/8 Archeological Survey of the AEP/LCRA Del Rio Area Line Rebuild Project, by Jason Miller, Jonathan Jarvis, and James W. Karbula, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3157. Archeology Series No. 129. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of Proposed Improvements to FM 646 in Dickinson and Santa Fe, Galveston County, Texas, by David O. Brown and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Christopher W. Ringstaff. TAP No. 3158. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Berry Creek Preserve for the Williamson County Parks Department, Williamson County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and Gilbert T. Bernhardt. Principal Investigator: Herbert G. Uecker. Report of Investigations No. 78. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Expansion of State Highway 96 in League City, Galveston County, Texas, by David O. Brown and James T. Jones. Principal Investigator: Christopher W. Ringstaff. TAP No. 3159. Austin: Blanton & Associates, Inc., 2003.
FM 1488 Right-of-Way Expansion, Montgomery County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum and Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 2905. Report of Investigations No. 352. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Archaeological Survey Investigations for the McKinney Roughs Resort Project, Bastrop County, Texas, by Ken Lawrence, Dr. Lee C. Nordt, and Brandon Young. Principal Investigator: Kevin A. Miller. TAP No. 2578. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 01-354. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2002.
Archeological Investigations along Rockwall Memorial Cemetary at the Proposed SH 205 Alignment in Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 3323. Letter Report Number 124. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Cypress Creek Nature Trail and Preserve, Wimberley, Hays County, Texas, by Craig A. Weaver and Eric A. Schroeder, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3336. PPA Cultural Resources Report No. 410. Austin: Paul Price Associates, Inc., 2004.
History and Prehistory in The Three Oaks Mine Permit Area, Lee and Bastrop Counties, Texas, by Solveig A. Turpin. TAP No. 2188. Cultural Resources Report 15. Austin, TX: TAS, Inc., 2003.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Butler Longhorn Museum and Heritage Park, League City, Galveston County, Texas, by Jennifer K. McWilliams and Amy E. Dase. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3241. Letter Report No. 634. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2004.
Archeological Investigations of 13.5 Acres of the Kinsey Bridges HUD Development Project, Smith County, Texas, by Judy Hennessee Cooper and Eben S. Cooper, Pricipal Investigators. Technical Report of Investigations 2003-07. Plano, TX: C Dimensions, 2004.
Archeological Backhoe Trenching of the Proposed Tony Marron Park, Harris County, Texas, by Douglas G. Mangum. Principal Investigator: Roger G. Moore. TAP No. 3342. Report of Investigations No. 388. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Report on the Archeological Survey of the H. & S. Production, Inc. Proposed No. 2 Bryant Well and Access, Located on US Army Corps of Engineers Administered Lands, Grayson County, Texas, by Christopher A. Cojeen, Principal Investigator and Thomas Lindsey. Norman, OK: Cojeen Archeological Services, 2003.
Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Salado Creek Hike and Bike Trail, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Jason D. Weston, Bruce K. Moses, Russell D. Greaves, Barbara A. Meissner, and Richard B. Mahoney. Principal Investigator: Steve A Tomka. TAP No. 2917. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 338. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2004.
Archaeological Trench Monitoring at the Aquarena Springs Golf Course, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, by Shawn Soucie, David L. Nickels, Kevin L. Shubert, and Colby J. Mischefsky. Principal Investigator: C. Britt Bousman. TAP No. 2486. Technical Report No. 16. San Marcos, TX: Center for Archaeological Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos, 2004.
Archeological Evaluation for a Road Widening Project on US 380 (CSJ 0134-09-029), Denton County, Texas, by Marie Huhnke. Principal Investigator: Melissa M. Green. TAP No. 3282. Miscellaneous Report of Investigations No. 304. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Archeological Investigations of IH 45 South: Beltway 8 to FM 518, by Susan Moorhead Mooney, Leviticus J. Allen, Dawn M. Bradley. TAP No. 3088. Austin, TX: Michael Baker Jr., Inc., 2004.
Archaeological Investigations along Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas County, Texas, by Kirsten Kahl, Principal Investigator, and Charles Neel. TAP No. 2833. Letter Report No. 9. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2004.
Intensive and Reconnaissance Archeological Survey of the Proposed Southern Gateway Project Area along IH 35E and US 67 in Dallas County, Texas, by Angela L. Tiné, Michelle D. Wurtz. Principal Investigator: Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 3330. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations Number 307. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Archeological Survey of Five Associated Tracts, Port of Houston Authority Bayport Project, Harris County, Texas, by Gemma Mehalchick and E. Frances Gadus. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3308. Technical Reports No. 67. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2004.
Remote-Senesing and Probing Survey of Underwater Anomalies along Galveston Causeway, West Bay, Galveston County, Texas,by Douglas Jones, Robert Gearhart, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3143. Document No. 030277. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
Phase 1 Cultural Resources Management Survey of Property Proposed for Spring ISD Development in Harris County, Texas, by Steve Baird, Bradley Bowden. Principal Investigator: James Hughey. Houston: HRA Gray & Pape, LLC, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Twin Buttes Cut-in-San Angelo Power Station Survey, Tom Green County, Texas, by Tricia L. Blakistone. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3261. Document No. 030346. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Cultural Resources Investigations for the Taylor Slough Sewer Line, Austin, Travis County, Texas, by Frank E. King. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3269. Document No. 040047. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
Archaeological Monitoring at Site 41TA1 American Electric Power/Lower Colorado River Authority’s South Abilene to Eskota 138-kV Transmission Line Upgrade, Taylor County, Texas, by Douglas S. Jones, Laura I. Acuña, Maria Cruse. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3262. Document No. 030365. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the American Electric Power/Lower Colorado River Authority Coastal Transmission Line Rebuild Project: North Padre Tap/Mustang Island and Mustang Island/Port Aransas Segments, Nueces County, Texas, by Tricia L. Blakistone. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3334. Document No. 040070. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the American Electric Power’s Texas Central Company/Lower Colorado River Authority Rockport-Fulton 138-kV Transmission Line Rebuild Project Area, Aransas County, Texas, by C. Russ Shortes. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3321. Document No. 040058. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Twin Buttes-Big Lake/SAPS Transmission Line, Substation, and Access Road Route, Tom Green County, Texas, by C. Jennifer Henley. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3217. Document No. 030292. Austin: PBS&J, 2003.
Archaeological Survey of 3.84 Miles of Farm-to-Market Road 1343, Medina County, Texas, by Steve Carpenter, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3012. SWCA Cultural Resource Report No. 02-330. Austin: SWCA, Inc. Environmental Consultants, 2004.
Archaeological Survey of the Northwest Community Park for the City of San Angelo in Tom Green County, Texas, by Michael R. Bradle and Gilbert T. Bernhardt. Principal Investigator: Herbert G. Uecker. TAP No. 3264. Report of Investigations No. 62. Lampasas, TX: American Archaeology Group, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey for the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Proposed Commuter Rail from Austin to Leander, Travis and Williamson Counties, Texas, by Scott A. Sundermeyer. Principal Investigator: Timoth G. Baugh. TAP No. 3306. Letter Report No. 12. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2004.
A Cultural Resources Survey for the Proposed Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America’s Station 343 Compressor Replacement, Liberty County, Texas, by Shelley Perkins. Principal Investigator: John Fulmer. Document No. 040042. Houston: PBS&J, 2004.
Texas Water Development Board 2003 Annual Report to the Texas Historical Commission for Texas Antiquities Permit 3042, by Gene P. Davis, Daniel E. Fox, Christopher J. Jurgens, Jerry Henderson, W. Hayden Whitsett, W. Gene P. Davis. TAP No. 3042. Austin: Texas Water Development Board, 2004.
Archeological Survey of the Proposed Leon Valley Trunk Sewer Line, Bell County, Texas, by Karl W. Kilber. Principal Investigator: Ross C. Fields. TAP No. 3093. Letter Report No. 627. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2004.
Limited Test Excavations at 41BT37 - LCRA Double Horn Resource Area, Burnet County, Texas, by Daniel J. Prikryl, Principal Investigator, Andrew F. Malof and Glenn T. Goode. TAP No. 2546. Austin: Lower Colorado River Authority, Parks and Conservation Services, 2004.
Archeological Survey for a Proposed Retail Center in Southern Williamson County, Texas, by Mason Miller and Rachel Feit, Principal Investigator. Archeology Series No. 130. Austin: Hicks & Company, 2004.
Archeological Evaluation for a Road Widening Project on Interstate Highway 35 from Interstate Highway 635 to US 380, Dallas and Denton Counties, Texas, by Floyd Largent, Marie Huhnke, Michelle D. Wurtz. Principal Investigator: Christopher Lintz. TAP No. 3329. Miscellaneous Reports of Investigations Number 308. Plano, TX: Geo-Marine, Inc., 2004.
Cultural Resources Survey within the Green Acres South Campus Proposed Expansion Site, Smith County, Texas, by Lance K. Trask and Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2004-9. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2004.
Cultural Resources Survey of the Morgan Creek 345-kV Transmission Line Project Segments A, B, and C – Coke, Coleman, Concho, McCulloch, Sterling, and Tom Green Counties, Texas, by C. Russ Shortes. Principal Investigators: Robert Rogers, David L. Shereman. TAP Nos. 2615, 2786, and 2795. Document No. 030161. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
Geoarcheological Survey of the Proposed Six Flags Historical Park, Victoria, Texas, by Douglas K. Boyd, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3288. Technical Reports, No. 66. Austin: Prewitt & Associates, Inc., 2004.
Intensive Archaeological Survey along US 90A between SH 6 in Sugar Land and Loop 762 in Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Charles Neel, Kirsten Kahl, David E. Wrobleski, Steve Gaither and Allan Schilz, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3087. Report of Investigations No. 2. Dallas: LopezGarcia Group, 2004.
Excavations at the Alamo (41BX6) 1995 “Alamo Well” Project. Final Report Submitted to the Texas Antiquities Commission. Principal Investigator: Thomas H. Guderjan. TAP No. 1497. San Antonio, TX: St. Mary’s University, 2004.
Archaeological Evaluation and Survey in the LOHN Water Supply Corporation Service Area, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2003.51. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2003.
Cultural Resource Survey of 0.54 Linear Mile of FM 2234 at the SH 122 (Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road) Crossing, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Jeffrey D. Owens, Principal Investigator. TAP No. 3190. TRC Technical Report 40948. Austin, TX: TRC Environmental Corporation, 2004.
Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Lorence Creek Greenbelt, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, by Jason D. Weston. Principal Investigator: Steve A Tomka. TAP No. 3085. Archaeological Survey Report, No. 341. San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2004.
An Archeological Survey of the Proposed Montgomery County Type IV Landfill, Montgomery County, Texas, by H. Blaine Ensor, Principal Investigator, and Joseeph M. Sanchez. Report of Investigations No. 357. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Expansion of the Sendero Ranch Stage 1 Development Tract, Fort Bend County, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie and Roger G. Moore, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 373. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
An Archaeological Survey of Lexington Woods Subdivision Improvements to HCFCD Unit J115, HarrisCounty, Texas, by Madeleine J. Donachie. TAP No. 3318. Report of Investigations No. 385. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the Gosling Road Detention Basin “A”, Harris County, Texas, by David Driver. TAP No. 3314. Report of Investigations No. 387. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Archaeological Survey of the West El Paso Tract, by S. Alan Skinner and Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2004-8. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2004.
An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Location for a Drainage Outfall Structure on Cypress Creek, HarrisCounty, Texas,by Madeleine J. Donachie, Principal Investigator. Report of Investigations No. 379. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
A Cultural Resource Survey for the Peoples Energy Pipeline, Jasper County, Texas, by David Driver. Report of Investigations No. 389. Houston: Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc., 2004.
Archaeological Survey of the Resaca Del Rancho Viejo Site, by S. Alan Skinner. Cultural Resources Report 2004-5. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2004.
Archaeological Survey in the Proposed Weatherford Landfill Expansion, Parker County, Texas, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2004-07. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2004.
An Archaeological Survey within the Crandall Development Site, Kaufman County, Texas, by Jesse Todd. Cultural Resources Report 2004-03. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2004.
Archaeological Survey in the Proposed Los Rios North Lake Site, Plano, Texas, by Jesse Todd, Lance K. Trask and Thomas A. Jennings. TAP No. 3229. Cultural Resources Report 2004-01. Dallas: AR Consultants, Inc., 2004.
Marine Cultural Resources Remote-Sensing Survey for a Proposed ExxonMobil Liquefied Natural Gas Import Terminal, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas, by Jenna J. Watts, Jeffrey M. Enright, Robert L. Gearhart II. Principal Investigators: Jenna J. Watts. TAP No. 3353. Document No. 040084. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
A Cultural Resources Survey of the Green Mountain – Stonegate Transmission Line, Bexar and Comal Counties, Texas, by Michael N. Smith. Principal Investigator: Michael A. Nash. TAP No. 3242. Document No. 040054. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.
Marine Cultural Resources Close-Order Remote-Sensing, and Hydroprobing Surveys of Anomaly SP2 for the Proposed Shoal Point Container Terminal, Galveston Bay, Texas, by Jenna Watts, Douglas S. Jones, Robert L. Gearhart II, Jeffrey M. Enright. Principal Investigator: Jenna J. Watts. TAP No. 3115. Document No. 030193. Austin: PBS&J, 2004.