Starting in October of 2008, the Center for Archaeological Research carried out a 100 percent archaeological survey of the proposed Northeast Lakeview College campus in the City of Live Oak in northeast Bexar County, Texas. A total of 102 shovel tests were excavated within the project area. Site 41BX15 was revisited to determine the condition of the site. Three new sites were identified during the course of the survey. 41BX1758 is a prehistoric site of unknown temporal affiliation consisting of debitage, burned rock and a biface. 41BX1759 is a prehistoric site of unknown temporal affiliation consisting of a retouched flake, debitage and burned rock. 41BX1760 is a scatter of historic material in the vicinity of the Kruse Family farmhouse. The house was razed at an unknown date and the cellar filled in. All lack research potential and therefore the CAR recommends that none warrant nomination to the National Register of Historic Places or formal designation as State Archeological Landmarks.
The archaeological investigation was conducted under Texas Antiquities Permit No. 4701, with Cynthia M. Munoz serving as Principal Investigator. All artifacts collected and project associated documents are permanently curated at the Center for Archaeological Research. i
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"Archaeological Reconnaissance and Survey of the Northeast Lakeview College Campus, Live Oak, Bexar County, Texas,"
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