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2001

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Archaeological Investigations At Four San Antonio Missions: Mission Trails Underground Conversion Project, Cynthia L. Tennis, I. Waynne Cox, Jeffery J. Durst, Donna D. Edmondson, Barbara A. Meissner, Steve A. Tomka Jan 2001

Archaeological Investigations At Four San Antonio Missions: Mission Trails Underground Conversion Project, Cynthia L. Tennis, I. Waynne Cox, Jeffery J. Durst, Donna D. Edmondson, Barbara A. Meissner, Steve A. Tomka

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

This report contains the results of archaeological work performed by the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) at The University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) for City Public Service (CPS). The archaeological investigation and monitoring for the Mission Trails Underground Conversion Project was carried out under Texas Historical Commission (THC) Permit Number: 2020, and the work was conducted at each of the four historical San Antonio missions which make up San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.

The Mission Trails Underground Conversion Project was created to enhance and upgrade electrical and utility connections by replacing aboveground connections with underground connections at each ...


Test Excavations At The Culebra Creek Site, 41bx126, Bexar County, Texas, David L. Nickels, C. Britt Bousman, Jeff D. Leach, Diane A. Cargill Jan 2001

Test Excavations At The Culebra Creek Site, 41bx126, Bexar County, Texas, David L. Nickels, C. Britt Bousman, Jeff D. Leach, Diane A. Cargill

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

Archaeological test excavations were undertaken at 4IBX126 on Culebra Creek to offset the impact from a proposed Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) highway improvement project on Loop 1604 in northwest Bexar County. Archaeological investigations were conducted in three field seasons: the first two seasons were conducted by TxDOT archaeologists and the third was directed by personnel from the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) of The University of Texas at San Antonio. During the three projects, 55 hand-dug units, 29 backhoe trenches, 36 shovel tests, and eight Gradall trenches were excavated. Seventeen features were recorded; 25 radiocarbon assays were conducted; over ...


Archaeological Testing Of Site 41bx1199, Government Canyon State Natural Area, Bexar County, Texas, Jason D. Weston Jan 2001

Archaeological Testing Of Site 41bx1199, Government Canyon State Natural Area, Bexar County, Texas, Jason D. Weston

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

In May 2001, the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR), The University of Texas at San Antonio, tested two areas of site 41BX1199 in the Government Canyon State Natural Area. The Natural Area is located in northwest Bexar County and is under the ownership and management of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). In advance of opening the Natural Area for public use, TPWD contracted with the CAR to conduct a 100 percent pedestrian survey of proposed trail systems within the property and to carry out National Register eligibility testing of site 41BX1199. CAR personnel conducted the testing of 41BX1199 ...