Archaeological Survey of the Gosling Road Extension Project in North Central Harris County, Texas: Phase II
A cultural resources investigation of the proposed Gosling Road extension between Kuykendahl and Spring Stuebner roads in north central Harris County was conducted by Brazos Valley Research Associates (BVRA) on February 2, 1995. This work was performed under Texas Antiquities Committee permit number 1483 and the area investigated was 3/4 mile long with a 100 foot right-of-way. The survey did not locate any significant cultural resources although the right-of-way passed through two areas containing historic structures and debris. These historic sites were identified in the field as a farm/ranch complex dating to the latter part of the 19th century and later and a post-1950 structure made of cinder blocks that have collapsed, a large cement slab, and an unusual, circular structure made of modern brick and mortar. The main part of the farm/ranch complex is outside the project area right-of-way and was not assigned a formal site number. The post-1950 structure, slab, and circular structure not assigned a formal site number because of their recent age. It is recommended that construction be allowed to proceed as planned.
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Moore, William (2015). Archaeological Survey of the Gosling Road Extension Project in North Central Harris County, Texas: Phase II. Available electronically from