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Results Of Metal Detector Survey, Testing Operations, And Archival Studies The Wooten-Seale Plantation Site 41rt362, John W. Clark Jan 1988

Results Of Metal Detector Survey, Testing Operations, And Archival Studies The Wooten-Seale Plantation Site 41rt362, John W. Clark

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

Preliminary historical and archaeological investigation of the Robert Henry Seale farm residences (41RT362) utilizing a metal detector and limited shovel testing indicate that a recent owner of the property removed both residential structures, destroying the site and extensively damaging any buried deposits. It is the estimation of the cultural resources staff of the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation that the physical remains of the occupation of the property have been disrupted to such an extent that they now have no value in answering cultural-historical questions.