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

Brown County

2002

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Archaeological Survey Of Three Land Parcels And Shovel Testing Of Four Sites At Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, Russell D. Greaves Jan 2002

Archaeological Survey Of Three Land Parcels And Shovel Testing Of Four Sites At Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, Russell D. Greaves

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

Pedestrian survey and shovel testing of three land parcels and shovel testing of four previously identified archaeological sites in Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, was performed by the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) at The University of Texas at San Antonio during October and November of 2001. This work, conducted under Texas Antiquities Permit No. 2310, was undertaken as a result of recommendations from Wormser and Sullo-Prewitt (2001) following their archaeological survey and site recording efforts.

Three areas of Camp Bowie were surveyed and shovel tested. Parcel 1 is 74 acres (30 ha) in extent and 46 shovel tests were ...


Ranchers, Farmers, Soldiers, And The Ccc: The Background For Seven Historical Sites At Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, John J. Leffler Jan 2002

Ranchers, Farmers, Soldiers, And The Ccc: The Background For Seven Historical Sites At Camp Bowie, Brown County, Texas, John J. Leffler

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

During the mid-1900s, a cultural resources survey of Camp Bowie was conducted by the Environmental Resources Management Branch of the Adjutant General’s Department of Texas (AGTX-EV) which identified a number of historical sites within the camp’s boundaries. These sites included 41BR227, 41BR438, and 41BR266, all of which are sandstone walls; 41BR270 and 41BR477, both of which contain check dams built to control erosion; 41BR290, the remains of a farmstead; and 41BR299, a bunker dating to the World War II era. In 2001 the Center for Archeological Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio contracted with AGTX-EV ...