During August 1988, a cultural resources pedestrian survey was conducted within the West Salado Creek Outfall pipeline easement (two-mile long by 50-foot wide) in southeastern Bexar County, Texas. As a result of surface examination and limited subsurface shovel tests, one prehistoric site (41 BX 785) was recorded. Although some lithic debit age and burned rock fragments were found in the shovel tests at the prehistoric site, there was not enough information from the limited tests to determine if the site is intact. Further testing is recommended to determine if the site is potentially eligible to be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places or to be designated as a State Archeological Landmark.
Burkett, Ronald W. and Huebner, Jeffery A.
"An Archaeological Assessment (Phase I) of the West Salado Creek Outfall Project, Southeastern Bexar County,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 1989
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