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Camp Maxey V Archaeological Testing Of Seven Sites On The Camp Maxey Training Facility, Lamar County, Texas, Russell D. Greaves Jan 2003

Camp Maxey V Archaeological Testing Of Seven Sites On The Camp Maxey Training Facility, Lamar County, Texas, Russell D. Greaves

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

From May to June 2002, the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR), The University of Texas at San Antonio, under contract with Texas Army National Guard (TXARNG), conducted National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and State Archeological Landmark (SAL) eligibility testing at selected sites within the Camp Maxey training facility in north Lamar County, Texas. The purpose of the current investigations was to assess, through excavation of backhoe trenches, shovel tests, and excavation units, the archaeological significance and NRHP and SAL eligibility of seven prehistoric sites (41LR137, 41LR214, 41LR222, 41LR225, 41LR233, 41LR244, and 41LR254) determined potentially eligible during a previous survey ...


Camp Maxey Iv Archaeological Testing Of Six Sites, Lamar County, Texas, Richard B. Mahoney, Steve A. Tomka, Jason D. Weston, Raymond P. Mauldin Jan 2002

Camp Maxey Iv Archaeological Testing Of Six Sites, Lamar County, Texas, Richard B. Mahoney, Steve A. Tomka, Jason D. Weston, Raymond P. Mauldin

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

From June 14 through July 4, 2001, the Center for Archaeological Research of The University of Texas at San Antonio conducted National Register of Historic Places eligibility testing of six prehistoric archaeological sites (41LR190, 41LR194, 41LR196, 41LR200, 41LR258, and 41LR259) at Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas, under contract with the Texas Army National Guard. The investigations were conducted under Texas Antiquities Permit No. 2180. The Phase II testing fieldwork consisted of the excavation of twelve backhoe trenches and nineteen 1 x 1-m test units across the sites to investigate significant cultural deposits encountered during the previous survey phase. In concert ...


Camp Maxey Iii Archaeological Testing Of 23 Prehistoric Sites, Lamar County, Texas, Richard B. Mahoney Jan 2001

Camp Maxey Iii Archaeological Testing Of 23 Prehistoric Sites, Lamar County, Texas, Richard B. Mahoney

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

From August 2000 through January 2001, The Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio conducted National Register of Historic Places eligibility testing for 23 prehistoric archaeological sites (41LR152, 41LR153, 41LR155, 41LR156, 41LR157, 41LR158, 41LR160, 41LR163, 41LR164, 41LR168, 41LR170, 41LR186, 41LR187, 41LR202, 41LR204, 41LR207, 41LR208, 41LR212, 41LR260, 41LR266, 41LR268, 41LR285, and 41LR286) located within the Camp Maxey training facility in north Lamar County, Texas, under contract with Texas Army National Guard. The investigations were conducted under Texas Antiquities Permit Number 2180. The Phase II testing fieldwork consisted of excavation of backhoe trenches, shovel tests, and excavation/test ...


Archaeological Survey Of Southwest Block And Selected Roads And Firebreaks At Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas, David L. Nickels, Lee C. Nordt, Timothy K. Perttula, C. Britt Bousman, Kristi Miller Jan 1999

Archaeological Survey Of Southwest Block And Selected Roads And Firebreaks At Camp Maxey, Lamar County, Texas, David L. Nickels, Lee C. Nordt, Timothy K. Perttula, C. Britt Bousman, Kristi Miller

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

In June, July, and September 1998, The Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) of The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) conducted an archaeological survey of approximately 1,000 acres for the Texas Army National Guard (TXARNG) on Camp Maxey, a TXARNG training facility in north-central Lamar County, Texas, under Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Antiquities Code of Texas. The TXARNG had identified the 1,000-acre area for possible impact associated with the construction of firebreaks, road improvements, and subsequent military training with tracked and wheeled vehicles. Thirty archaeological sites were found and ...


Archaeological Testing Of Site 41lr92 Lamar County, Texas, Wayne C. Young Jan 1984

Archaeological Testing Of Site 41lr92 Lamar County, Texas, Wayne C. Young

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

Testing of Site 41LR92 on State Highway 19 in Lamar County was undertaken by the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation (SDHPT) in May, 1984, to determine eligibility for inclusion within the National Register of Historic Places and to determine site depth, cultural context, archaeological significance and the amount of undisturbed cultural deposits. The site is located along a minor tributary of Robinson Creek which eventually feeds the Sulphur River. Preliminary determinations by the SDHPT were that the site might contain an Archaic component beneath the location of a razed 1950s farmhouse. Testing of the site indicated that the ...