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Stephen F. Austin State University

American Material Culture

1983

Barton Creek Drainage

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Preliminary Report Of Testing Of Sites 41tv338 And 41tv386 In The Barton Creek Drainage Travis County, Texas, H.G. Wooldridge Jan 1983

Preliminary Report Of Testing Of Sites 41tv338 And 41tv386 In The Barton Creek Drainage Travis County, Texas, H.G. Wooldridge

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

Testing of archaeological Sites 41TV 386 and 41TV338 was performed during the period of August 1 through September 7, 1983, by Harold G. Wooldridge and Glenn T. Goode of the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation professional cultural resources staff under auspices of Procedures for the Protection of Historic and Cultural Properties (36 CFR, Part 800), procedures prescribed and endorsed by the Federal Highway Administration.


Research Design Proposal For Investigation Of Site 41tv338 In The Barton Creek Drainage Travis County, Texas Jan 1983

Research Design Proposal For Investigation Of Site 41tv338 In The Barton Creek Drainage Travis County, Texas

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

Site 41TV338, located in the west bank and terrace of Barton Creek west of Loop 360, was found in 1975. The SDHPT, during an archaeological survey in 1983, determined the site would be impacted by the present undertaking.

Because the area in the vicinity of the project is considered environmentally sensitive, very special construction specifications will be enforced during total implementation of the project. These specifications are designed to prohibit disruption of the natural environmental setting to the greatest degree possible. Most of the right of way acquired for construction of the highway facility is not to be touched during ...