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Archaeological Testing at 41BP678, Bastrop County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa364
Archaeological Testing at 41BP679, Bastrop County, Texas by Cynthia M. Munoz366
Data Recovery Excavations at 41PR44, Fort Wolters, Parker County, Texas by Raymond P. Mauldin369
Testing of a portion of site 41WN104 in advance of proposed improvements to Jackson Nature Park, Stockdale, Wilson County, Texas by Antonia Figueroa370
Intensive Pedestrian Survey along the Banks of the San Antonio River: Museum "Urban" Reach Section of the San Antonio River Improvements Project, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa371
Archaeological Inventory of 216 Acres of Martindale Army Aviation Support Facility, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Cynthia M. Munoz373
Archaeological Survey of the Post-Oak Savannah Restoration Project: Gus Engeling Wildlife Management Area, Anderson County, Texas by Jon J. Dowling376
Additional phase II testing at 41BX323, Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa377
Archeological Survey for the Loop 410 Improvements Project City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa378
An Archaeological Survey of the South Salado Creek Greenway, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas: Rigsby Avenue to Southsid by Leonard Kemp381
Archeological testing of the Pavo Real site (41BX52), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia Figueroa382
Intensive Pedestrian Archaeological Survey of Loop 1604 North Improvements Project, City of San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Jennifer L. Thompson384
Archaeological Investigations of the City of San Antonio Nursery and San Antonio Zoo Eagle Railroad Tract and Realignment Project, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa385
Archaeological Services Associated with Improvements to Miraflores at Brackenridge Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Kristi M. Ulrich387
Archaeological Pedestrian Survey and NRHP Eligibility Testing of 41WB414 for the Killam Lake Wetlands Area on Chacon Creek, Webb County, Texas by Leonard Kemp389
The Cayo del Oso Site (41NU2) Volume II Results of Archaeological Monitoring of Spur 3, Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas 2000-2007 by Barbara A. Meissner390
The Walnut Branch Hike and Bike Trail Pedestrian Survey, Guadalupe County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa391
Intensive Pedestrian Survey of the Phase II Portion of the Medina River Park Trail, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa394
An Intensive Pedestrian Archaeological Survey of the Salado Creek Greenway, Wetmore Avenue to Eisenhauer Road, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas Phase II: N. E. Loop 410 to Wetmore Avenue by Antonia L. Figueora395
A Geoarchaeological Survey of the Proposed Plainview Hike and Bike Trail, Hale County, Texas by Charles D. Frederick396
Archaeological Testing of 41BX1788 on the Salado Creek Greenway near Voelcker Ranch, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Leonard Kemp397
National Register of Historic Places Eligibility Testing on 41BX1764 (The Dos Mujeres Site), Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa398
Archaeological Testing Within Two Blocks of the Proposed Convention Center and City Hall Project Area, Bastrop County, Texas by Jon J. Dowling399
Archaeological survey for the planned First Responders Academy, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia Figueroa401
Archaeological Survey of the Paloma Subdivision, Bexar County, Texas by Antonia L. Figueroa402
Testing and Data Recovery at the Perez Ranch (41BX274), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Kristi M. Ulrich404
Data recovery at 41BX1798 : the Miraflores Park bridge project, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Steve A. Tomka405
Results of the Cultural Resources Inventory of Goliad State Park and Historic Site by Kristi M. Ulrich406
Archaeological Monitoring of the Urban Reach Section of the San Antonio River Improvement Project: San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Kristi M. Ulrich407
Archeoogical Testing and Data Recovery at 41ZV202, Zavala County, Texas by Raymond P. Mauldin409
An Intensive Pedestrian Archaeological Survey of Five Northeast Independent School District Campuses in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Cynthia Moore Munoz413
Intensive Pedestrian Archaeological Survey of the Helton San Antonio River Nature Park, Wilson County, Texas by Cynthia M. Munoz414
Archaeological Investigations of the Theo Avenue Realignment, Mission Concepcion Portal and Concepcion Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Kristi M. Ulrich415
A Linear Pedestrian Archaeological Survey in Olmos Basin Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Sarah May Wigley439
An Intensive Pedestrian Archaeological Survey in Gold Canyon Park, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas by Sarah May Wigley440

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