An Archaeological Survey for the G-M Water Supply Corporation in Sabine and San Augustine Counties, Texas
An archaeological survey of three creek crossings and four well sites to be affected by a proposed G-M Water Supply Corporation (WSC) water improvements project in Sabine and San Augustine counties, Texas was performed by Brazos Valley Research Associates (BVRA) in July of 2004 under Antiquities Permit 3491. The total project area under consideration consists of 40 miles of proposed water line (72.7 acres) and four proposed well sites (.92 acre). The Federal agency involved in this project is the United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Utility Service, and Steve Kelley is the agency representative. William E. Moore was the Principal Investigator and was assisted by Edward P. Baxter (Project Archaeologist). No prehistoric or historic sites will be affected by the project as currently proposed, and no artifacts worthy of curation were collected.
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Moore, William (2015). An Archaeological Survey for the G-M Water Supply Corporation in Sabine and San Augustine Counties, Texas. Available electronically from