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Descriptive Summary Historical Note Scope and Contents Arrangement Restrictions Administrative Information Description of Series Council of Texas Archeologists Archive of Texas Archeology, Inventory Part 3 The Council of Texas Archeologists is a nonprofit voluntary organization dedicated to maintaining and promoting the goals of professional archeology in Texas. These goals include preservation and conservation of the cultural resources in Texas, promotion and coordination of communication and cooperation within the archeological community, and the promotion and distribution of information which enhances public awareness of the limited and nonrenewable nature of cultural resources.

A Cultural Resources Survey of the Preferred Alignment and an Archeological and Historic Use Assessment of Alternative Alignments for Segment I-2 of the Grand Parkway within Harris and Chamber Counties, Texas, by Bradley J.

Archeological Investigations and Assessment of Wastewater Facilities Improvement Projects for the State Water Pollution Revolving Fund Program, SRF Project Number 2834-09, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas: Final, by Molly Ficklen Godwin and William J.

San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1997.

San Antonio: Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998.

Archeological Investigations and Assessment of Wastewater Facilities Improvement Projects for the State Water Pollution Revolving Fund Program, Project Number SRF 2834-07, City of Houston, Harris County, Texas: Final, by Stephen L.

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