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Stephen F. Austin State University

2008

Tarrant County

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Archeological Testing At 41tr170, Along The Clear Fork Of The Trinity River, Tarrant County, Texas, Christopher Lintz, Stephen A. Hall, Timothy G. Baugh, Tiffany Osburn Jan 2008

Archeological Testing At 41tr170, Along The Clear Fork Of The Trinity River, Tarrant County, Texas, Christopher Lintz, Stephen A. Hall, Timothy G. Baugh, Tiffany Osburn

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

Archeologists from Geo-Marine, Inc., were subcontracted through Prewitt and Associates, Inc., of Austin to conduct National Register of Historic Places evaluative testing at archeological site 41TR170, located in Tarrant County, Texas. This work (Geo-Marine project number 30353.06.02) was conducted for the Environmental Affairs Division of the Texas Department of Transportation under contract/work authorization 57524SA006. The archeological remains are located on and in the alluvial terrace of the Clear Fork of the Trinity River, within the proposed 130-meter-wide right-of-way of State Highway 121 in southwestern Fort Worth. The work was conducted to comply with Section 106 of the ...