A Cultural Resources Survey of the 14 Acre Support Services Building Site for Texas A&M University in Central Brazos County, Texas
An archaeological survey of the 14 acre site of the proposed Support Services Building in Brazos County, Texas was conducted in April of 1994 by Brazos Valley Research Associates (BVRA) of Bryan, Texas. The area was covered using the pedestrian survey method supported by shovel testing. No prehistoric sites were located. Historic sites consist of a standing residential structure that appears to be modern (post-1950), the location of a house that has been moved, and a recent trash dumping area. Not one of these locations warrants an official site number and no further cultural resource work is recommended for the project area. The final report and field notes will be provided to the Office of Facilities Planning and Construction, Texas A&M University (TAMU), and the Department of Antiquities Protection, Texas Historical Commission. Copies of these documents are also on file at BVRA for the interested researcher. A copy of the final report will also be given to the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory (TARL) in Austin, Texas. Antiquities Permit 1378 was issued to BVRA by the Texas Historical Commission (THC).
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Moore, William (2015). A Cultural Resources Survey of the 14 Acre Support Services Building Site for Texas A&M University in Central Brazos County, Texas. Available electronically from