1 edition of Archeological testing at the Polvo Site, Presidio County, Texas found in the catalog.
Archeological testing at the Polvo Site, Presidio County, Texas
by Texas Historical Commission, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service in Austin
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-169).
|Statement||William A. Cloud ... [et al.] ; principal investigator, Robert J. Mallouf.|
|Series||Office of the State Archeologist report ;, 39, Office of the State Archeologist report ;, no. 39.|
|Contributions||Cloud, William A., Mallouf, Robert J., Texas Historical Commission., United States. Soil Conservation Service.|
|LC Classifications||E78.T4 A68 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 169 p. :|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||95620417|
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[William A Cloud; Texas. Department of Transportation. Archeology Studies Program.; Sul Ross State University. Center for Big Bend Studies.]. Archeological Testing at Sites 41PS and 41PS, Presidio County, Texas Reports in Contract Archeology 2.
William A. Cloud A. McGraw, Series Editor © The Center for Big Bend Studies pages Out of Print*. Archeological excavations at the Polvo Site are reported in three sources: "Archeological Notes on Archeological testing at the Polvo Site Excavated House Structures in Western Texas," by J.
Charles Kelley (); "Exca- vations at the Polvo Site in Western Texas," by W. Shackelford (); and Archeological Testing at the Polvo Site, Presidio County, Texas, by William A. Cite this Record. Archeological Testing at Sites 41PS and 41PS, Presidio County, Texas.
William A. Cloud. (tDAR id: ). Archeological Testing at the Prehistoric Site of 41SM Smith County, Texas Licensing Statement. This is a work produced for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) by the report producer.
TxDOT and the report producer jointly own all rights, title, and interest in and to all intellectual property. and Polvo (41PS21). Located at the southeastern edge of Presidio, the Millington site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in as part of the La Junta archeological district.
The four-acre “heart” of the site became the property of the Texas Historical Commission (THC) in and a State Archeological Landmark in Texas Archeological Stewardship Network: Volunteers Saving the Past (PDF) Texas Archeology Awareness Month: A Learning Opportunity for All Ages (PDF) To request free printed copies of these brochures, contact the Archeology Division or call Archeological Testing at the Polvo Site, Presidio County, Texas.
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