An Archaeological Survey for the Southeast Water Supply Corporation Water Improvement Project in Leon County, Texas
Brazos Valley Research Associates conducted an archaeological survey of three linear areas of proposed water line in eastern Leon County, Texas on April 7, 2008 under the supervision of William E. Moore. This work was sponsored by the Southeast Water Supply Corporation (WSC) of Centerville, Texas under antiquities permit 4873. Shovel tests, shovel probes, and surface inspection found no evidence of a prehistoric or historic site at either of the three areas. One area contained clay at the surface, one area cut through a clay hill, and the third area was on a natural slope. No artifacts were collected. Copies of the report are on file at the Texas Historical Commission, Archeology Division; Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, Southeast WSC, and Brazos Valley Research Associates. This project examined 0.82 total acres.
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Moore, William (2015). An Archaeological Survey for the Southeast Water Supply Corporation Water Improvement Project in Leon County, Texas. Available electronically from