Archeological resources of the proposed Cuero I Reservoir, DeWitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas
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Published by Texas Historical Commission in Austin .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • De Witt County (Tex.),
  • Gonzales County (Tex.),
  • Texas,
  • Dewitt County,
  • Gonzales County

Subjects:

  • Indians of North America -- Texas -- Dewitt County -- Antiquities.,
  • Indians of North America -- Texas -- Gonzales County -- Antiquities.,
  • De Witt County (Tex.) -- Antiquities.,
  • Gonzales County (Tex.) -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesProposed Cuero I Reservoir.
Statementby Daniel E. Fox ... [et al.].
SeriesArcheological survey report ;, no. 12
ContributionsFox, Daniel E.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF392.D5 A72
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 311 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates :
Number of Pages311
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4857341M
LC Control Number75622488

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Archeological Resources of the Proposed Cuero I Reservoir Dewitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas. Daniel E. Fox, Others. Texas Historical Commission and Texas Water Development Board, Archeological Sur,1. Austin: Unknown. (tDAR id: ) Cite this Record. Archaeological Resources of the Proposed Cuero Reservoir, Dewitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas. Daniel E. Fox. (tDAR id: ) Archeological Resources of the Proposed Cuero I Reservoir, Dewitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas by Daniel E. Fox. Archeological Survey Report No. Texas Historical Commission and Texas Water Development Board, Austin, Texas, May   Archeological Resources of the Proposed Cuero I Reservoir, DeWitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas. Texas Historical Commission and Texas Water Development Board Archeological Survey Report Hays, Thomas R. (Editor) Archaeological Investigations at the San Gabriel Reservoir Districts, Central ?.

  torical resources in the following proposed reservoirs: a. Lockhart Reservoir (Gonzales County) Counties) d. Applewhite Reservoir (DeWitt County) e. Cuero Reservoir (DeWitt County) f. Ingram Reservoir (Kerr County). This report presents the results of the study carried out by the have been filed at the Texas Archeological Research ?article=&context=ita.   Proposed Dam Sites in Gonzales and Kendall Counties, Texas Thomas R. Hester Center for Archaeological Research, [email protected] resources and days were devoted to fieid visits to the three logical survey of the proposed Cuero I Reservoir accounted for (Fox et al.,). The documented sites are primarily prehistoric?article=&context=ita.    Archeological Resources of the Proposed Cuero I Reservoir, Dewitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas. Archeological Survey Rep Texas Historical Commission and Texas Water Development Board. [Appendix 6 has photographs of a sample of chipped stone tools from Morhiss Mound.] Hall, Grant Allens Creek: A Study in the Cultural Prehistory   an archaeological survey of coleto creek victoria and goliad counties texas center for archaeological research the university of texas at san antonio survey report 18 e robert j mallouf nancy omalley and william m sorrow archeological resources of the proposed cuero i reservoir dewitt and gonzales counties texas sponsor msn book contributor

Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Gonzales To Cuero Transmission Corridor, Gonzales and Dewitt Counties, Texas. Leland C. Bement, D. G. Robinson. Texas Archeological Survey, Technical Bulletin,1. Austin: University of Texas. (tDAR id: ) Archaeological Resources of the Proposed Cuero Reservoir, Dewitt and Gonzales Counties, Texas () DOCUMENT Citation Only Daniel E. Fox. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this :// Technical Bulletin No. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, A Cultural Resource Survey and Assessment of the Proposed Gonzales to Cuero Transmission Corridor Gonzales and DeWitt Counties by L. C. Bement & D. G. Robinson. Technical Bulletin No. Texas Archeological Survey, Austin, Texas, Texas (DeWitt County), Cuero — — Cuero Land and Immigration Company — On Dec. 25, , Cuero Land and Immigration Company was formed to develop 4, acres of land from J. A. Valdez y Gonzales League (granted by Mexico).?Search=County&state=Texas&county=DeWitt County.