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Authors

Victor Galan

Agency

Texas Historical Commission

Abstract

In October 2015 Deep East Texas Archaeological Consultants (DETAC) conducted a cultural resource management survey for the City of Tyler, Texas of three tracts totaling 57 hectares (141 acres) at the east end of CR 2133 west of the Lake Tyler West for timber thinning operations. The pedestrian survey was conducted under Texas Antiquities Permit #7376 in compliance with the Antiquities Code of Texas. The visual examination of the tracts found two clearings with debris, a segment of South Hillcreek Road, and three segments of a logging road. No artifacts were collected. Shovel testing of the project area did not recover any cultural material. No artifacts were collected or curated. DETAC is requesting concurrence with the determination of “no effect” to State Archaeological Landmarks or National Register of Historic Places eligible properties and SAL as defined by the Antiquities Code of Texas for the proposed timber thinning.

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