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Human Geography

2001

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Full-Text Articles in Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology

An Archaeological Inventory Of Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas, David G. Robinson, Timothy M. Meade, Leeann Haslouer Kay, Linn Gassaway, Dustin Kay Jan 2001

An Archaeological Inventory Of Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas, David G. Robinson, Timothy M. Meade, Leeann Haslouer Kay, Linn Gassaway, Dustin Kay

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

Beginning in November 1996 and continuing until July of 1997, the Adjutant General’s Department of Texas conducted a self-sponsored Phase I cultural resources survey of Camp Swift in Bastrop County, Texas. The project surveyed approximately 5,000 acres of the camp, approximately 1,000 of which had been previously surveyed. A total of 58 new archaeological sites were recorded, of which 26 were prehistoric, 24 were historic, and 8 had both prehistoric and historic components. In addition to these sites, 42 previously identified sites were revisited.

In September 2000, the Center for Archaeological Research of the University of Texas ...