A cultural resources survey for city of Natalia wastewater improvement project in Medina County, Texas
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An archaeological survey for the City of Natalia, Texas was performed by Brazos Valley Research Associates (BVRA) on November 23, 2015. The Texas Historical Commission (THC) issued Antiquities Permit 7473 for this project. This survey examined 1.24 miles of proposed wastewater line with an easement of 1.5 feet iand the crossing at Fort Ewell Creek (0.222 acres). The field methods included a 100% pedestrian survey and shovel testing. No evidence of a prehistoric site was observed. A sparse scatter of historic trash was found within the working easement but it was not considered necessary to record it as a historic site. It is recommended that the City of Natalia be allowed to proceed with construction as planned. Copies of the report will be housed at the THC, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory (TARL), Texas State Library, City of Natalia, Kelley Environmental Consulting, regional libraries, and BVRA. After the survey was completed and the draft report submitted, the client decided against installing waterline in the 1.24 mile cross country segment. The results of that portion of the survey remain in the report in case the area is considered for ground disturbance in the future.
Subjectarcheological reports for Texas
archaeological reports for Texas
Brazos Valley Research Associates
Moore, William (2018). A cultural resources survey for city of Natalia wastewater improvement project in Medina County, Texas. Available electronically from