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Research Design For Testing Archaeological Site 41ka25 Karnes County Fm 81: At Cibolo Creek, Joe T. Denton Jan 1984

Research Design For Testing Archaeological Site 41ka25 Karnes County Fm 81: At Cibolo Creek, Joe T. Denton

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

Archaeological Site 41KA25 is located on the east bank of Cibolo Creek on both sides of FM 81 in Karnes County. The site appears to be a multicomponent campsite which has been previously disrupted by highway construction and cultivation.

Testing of portions of the site within the proposed highway right-of-way is being initiated by the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation (SDHPT) in accordance with Procedures for the Protection of Historic and Cultural Properties (36 CFR Part 800), procedures which are prescribed by law and endorsed by the Federal Highway Administration. Objectives of the test are to determine the ...


An Archaeological Survey For The Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority, South Central Texas, J. A. Jaquier Jan 1976

An Archaeological Survey For The Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority, South Central Texas, J. A. Jaquier

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

In November, 1976, an archaeological survey was carried out in portions of the Cibolo Creek watershed in Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe Counties in south-central Texas. These investigations resulted from an agreement between the Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority and the Center for Archaeological Research of The University of Texas at San Antonio. The archaeological assessment was necessitated by the proposed installation of gravity-fed sewage lines along tributaries of Cibolo Creek in the area surrounding the city of Selma, Texas. This report presents the results of the archaeological survey.