An Archaeological Survey for the Bell-Milam-Falls Water Supply Corporation USDA Rural Development Project in Milam County, Texas
The Bell-Milam-Falls Water Supply Corporation located in Cameron, Texas plans to install a four-inch water transmission line along the east side of County Road 104 on private land. In response to a request by the Texas Historical Commission, an archaeological survey was performed by Brazos Valley Research Associates on August 11, 2010 under Antiquities Permit 5728. The length of the area where the pipeline is to be installed is 10,400 feet with a twenty-foot easement for a total of 4.8 acres. No prehistoric or historic sites were found within the project area. On area with exposed gravels on the surface was observed, but analysis revealed that these gravels were fractured due to natural causes such as freezing and thawing. Copies of the report are on file at the Texas Historical Commission, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, Brazos Valley Research Associates, the Texas State Library, and the client.
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Brazos Valley Research Associates
Milam County, Texas
Moore, William (2015). An Archaeological Survey for the Bell-Milam-Falls Water Supply Corporation USDA Rural Development Project in Milam County, Texas. Available electronically from