Archaeological Monitoring in Connection with the San Antonio Wastewater Facilities Improvements Program, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas

Citation data:

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State, Vol: 1990, Issue: 1

Publication Year:
1990
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Repository URL:
https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/ita/vol1990/iss1/11
DOI:
10.21112/ita.1990.1.11
Author(s):
Fox, Anne A.; Cox, I. Waynne
Publisher(s):
R.W. Steen Library, SFASU
Tags:
CAR; Bexar County; Texas; Archaeology; American Material Culture; Anthropology; Archaeological Anthropology; Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis; Geography; Historic Preservation and Conservation; History; History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology; Human Geography; Other Anthropology; Other Arts and Humanities; Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology; Other Social and Behavioral Sciences; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Technical and Professional Writing
article description
During 1987-1988, archaeologists from the Center for Archaeological Research monitored the excavation of trenches for new sewer pipelines within the Mission Parkway Historic/Archeological District in south San Antonio. In locations where the trenches crossed the mission acequias, boring was conducted to carry the line beneath the channel. At the site of an auxiliary building on the Hot Wells Hotel property, the cutting of a trench was monitored, and foundation wall lines were documented by photography and measured drawings.