From January 3-7, 1984, a field crew from the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, consisting of Kenneth Brown, Ralph Snavely, and Margaret Greco spent approximately 12 person-days testing archaeological deposits at Sunrise Canyon subdivision (Unit 2) in Universal City, Bexar County, for Sitterle & Companies, the developer.
No further field work is recommended at site 41 BX 441. While further excavation, at least in the vicinity of Test Pit 1, might augment the collection of artifacts from the site, the geologic setting indicates that the context of deposition would be much the same as a surface collection.
Brown, Kenneth M.
"Archaeological Testing at Sunrise Canyon Subdivision (41BX441), Universal City, Texas,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 1986
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