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Archaeological Testing and Collecting at Choke Canyon Reservoir, Nueces River Project, Texas
Center for Archaeological Research
This monograph reports the findings made during the summer of 1977 of test
excavations and/or surface collections at 17 prehistoric archaeological sites
in the Choke Canyon Reservoir area. The work was carried out by Texas A&M
University for the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas
at San Antonio. The field work was conducted to assess the archaeological
potential of each site in order to advance recommendations for further investigations.
The artifact samples, although meager, are described and these data
are incorporated with other information from each site towards an overall site
evaluation. Recommendations for further work are also included at the end of
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