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The Cayo Del Oso Site (41nu2) Volume Ii Results Of Archeological Monitoring Of Spur 3, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas 2000-2007, Barbara M. Meissner, Steve A. Tomka, Jennifer A. Thompson, Raymond P. Mauldin Jan 2009

The Cayo Del Oso Site (41nu2) Volume Ii Results Of Archeological Monitoring Of Spur 3, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas 2000-2007, Barbara M. Meissner, Steve A. Tomka, Jennifer A. Thompson, Raymond P. Mauldin

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

This report is the second volume in a two volume set (see Jackson et al. 2004) detailing the archeological work conducted at site 41NU2 over several years. This volume focuses on the results of construction monitoring associated with road improvements to Spur 3, in Corpus Christi. The work was conducted under Texas Antiquities Committee Permit Number 2445, originally issued to Dr. Robert Hard, who served as the Principal Investigator during the early phases of the project. In 2001, the permit was transferred to Dr. Raymond P. Mauldin, who served as the Principal Investigator the remainder of the project. i


The Cayo Del Oso Site (41nu2) Volume I A Historical Summary Of Explorations Of A Prehistoric Cemetery On The Coast Of False Oso Bay, Nueces County, Texas, A. T. Jackson Jan 2004

The Cayo Del Oso Site (41nu2) Volume I A Historical Summary Of Explorations Of A Prehistoric Cemetery On The Coast Of False Oso Bay, Nueces County, Texas, A. T. Jackson

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

This report summarizes the historical information available on one of the most important cemetery sites in the state, the Cayo del Oso site (41NU2) in Nueces County, Texas. This document serves as the background volume to the Texas Department of Transportation’s ongoing monitoring efforts in conjunction with road improvement activities along Spur 3, including a section of Ennis Joslin Road and Alameda Street, in Corpus Christi. The results of the ongoing monitoring will be published in a separate volume following the termination of construction activities. The present volume summarizes the history of work conducted from the early 1900s through ...


Archeological Testing In The De Dietrich (Usa), Inc. Project Site Nueces County Texas, James E. Warren Jan 1988

Archeological Testing In The De Dietrich (Usa), Inc. Project Site Nueces County Texas, James E. Warren

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

Subsurface testing of two archeological sites (41NU 256, 41NU257) near the upper end of Oso Creek in Nueces County, Texas failed to encounter any significant cultural resources which will be affected by a proposed drainage project. If there are any intact portions of the sites remaining, they are outside of the proposed construction right-of- way.


An Archaeological Survey Of A Proposed Dredge Spoil Site In Nueces County, Texas, Stephen L. Black, Lynn Highley Jan 1985

An Archaeological Survey Of A Proposed Dredge Spoil Site In Nueces County, Texas, Stephen L. Black, Lynn Highley

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

During December 1983, the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, conducted an archaeological survey of a proposed dredge spoil site in Nueces County for the Port of Corpus Christi Authority. One site (41 NU 211) was located. Artifacts included one Early Archaic dart point fragment which suggests that 41 NU 211 may date as earl y as 4000 B.C. Limited testing is recommended to evaluate the site unless project plans are altered.


An Archaeological And Historical Assessment Of The Tule Lake Tract, Nueces County, Texas, Lynn Highley, Andrea Gerstle, Thomas R. Hester Jan 1977

An Archaeological And Historical Assessment Of The Tule Lake Tract, Nueces County, Texas, Lynn Highley, Andrea Gerstle, Thomas R. Hester

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

On March 2 and 3, 1977, an archaeological survey of the area surrounding Tule Lake, in Corpus Christi, Texas, was conducted by the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio. The reconnaissance was authorized by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, prior to disposal of fill resulting from harbor dredging activities. Mr. William Sky Eagle of the Corpus Christi office of the Corps provided us with detailed locational information, and Mr. David Espy, a Corpus Christi resident and avocational archaeologist, informed us of local activities and discoveries, as well as opening his own ...