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Archeological Investigations 12.3 Acres Of The High Pointe Apartments Hud Development Project Tarrant County, Texas
Texas Historical Commission
C Dimensions was contracted by Dougherty Mortgage, LLC to conduct an intensive archeological survey of a proposed property development with a Housing and Urban Development (HUD) component. Background research and archival investigations for the vicinity did not indicate the presence of previously recorded sites in or adjacent to the project area.
An intensive archeological survey including extensive surface examination and seven subsurface shovel tests resulted in no discoveries of historic cultural or archeological sites, materials, or deposits.
Structures adjacent to the project area are all modern school and baseball field structures and do not merit consideration as historic properties. No materials that require curation were encountered or collected. Large parts of the subject property have been disturbed by drainage channelization and gas line installation. In addition, due to the eroded nature of most sediments encountered, as well as frequently flooded slackwater clay deposits or frequently flooded areas characterized standing ponded water, the probability for the presence of buried sites is extremely low. No additional cultural resources investigations are recommended.
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