Pursuant to a contract between Channel Industries Gas, a Tenneco subsidiary, and the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR), The University of Texas at San Antonio (letter of June 2 from Stephen E. Kennedy, Channel Industries Gas, to Jack D. Eaton, CAR), an archaeological field survey was made of the proposed natural gas pipeline right-of-way across Mud Island and St. Joseph Island, Aransas County, Texas, on June 9 and 10, 1980.
The survey crew consisted of Thomas C. Kelly and Erwin Roemer of the CAR, James Stavinoha of Channel Industries Gas, and Jerry Crutcher, as helicopter pilot. Overall supervision of the project was provided by Jack D. Eaton, Acting Director of the Center.
Kelly, Thomas C.
"An Archaeological Survey of Portions of Mud and St. Joseph Islands Aransas County, Texas,"
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