Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, Volume 70, 1999

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Annual journal of the Texas Archeological Society documenting research and findings of members as well as activities of the organization.

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619 p. : ill.

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Texas Archeological Society 1999.

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  • Walter, Tamra L. A Preliminary Report of the 1997 TAS Field School Excavations in Area A at Mission Espiritu Santo de Zuniga (41VT11), Victoria County, Texas
  • Rinker, Jennifer The Dam and Acequia Systems of Espiritu Santo de Zuniga: Construction, Use, and Abandonment
  • Cox, I. Wayne The Dam and Acequia Systems of Espiritu Santo de Zuniga: Construction, Use, and Abandonment ; The Spanish Colonial Acequias of San Antonio
  • Bousman, C. Britt The Dam and Acequia Systems of Espiritu Santo de Zuniga: Construction, Use, and Abandonment
  • Ricklis, Robert A. The Spanish Colonial Missions of Espiritu Santo (41GD1) and Nuestra Senora del Rosario (41GD2), Goliad, Texas: Exploring Patterns of Ethnicity, Interaction, Acculturation ; Atmospheric Calibration of Radiocarbon Ages on Shallow-Water Estuarine Shells from Texas Coast Sites and the Problem of Questionable Shell-Charcoal Pairing
  • deFrance, Susan D. Zooarcheological Evidence of Colonial Culture Change: A Comparison of Two Locations of Mission Espiritu Santo de Zuniga and Mission Nuestra Senora del Rosario, Texas
  • Albert, Bruce M. Early and Protohistoric Agents of Vegetation Change in the Environs of Mission Rosario (41GD2), as Reflected in Palynological Data
  • Cargill, Diane A. Assessing Native American Mobility versus Permanency at Mission San Juan de Capistrano through the Use of Stable Isotope Analysis
  • Hard, Robert J. Assessing Native American Mobility versus Permanency at Mission San Juan de Capistrano through the Use of Stable Isotope Analysis
  • Neely, James A. The Gristmill, at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo: Insights into the Technology and Agricultural Focus of Spanish Colonial Texas
  • Tomka, Steve A. Historic Period Lithic Technology at Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo ; Projectile Technology, edited by Heidi Knecht
  • Lohse, Jon C. Lithics from the San Antonio de Valero Mission: Analysis of Materials from 1979 Excavations at the Alamo
  • Meissner, Barbara A. Analysis of Vertebrate Faunal Remains from a Spanish Colonial Deposit at Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo)
  • Boyd, James B. Archeological Investigations at Area I, the Cabaseño Ranch (41ZP79), Falcon Reservoir
  • Iruegas, Sergio A. Archeological Investigations at Area I, the Cabaseño Ranch (41ZP79), Falcon Reservoir ; Tejano Journey, 1770-1850, edited by Herald E. Poyo
  • Nelson, Bo Archeological Investigations at Area I, the Cabaseño Ranch (41ZP79), Falcon Reservoir
  • Calhoun, Cecil A. Majolica and Faience from the Presidio Loreto Site (41VT8)
  • Malicse, Ariel Lead-Glazed Ceramics from Four Texas Missions
  • Inman, Betty J. The Lithic Artifacts of the Native Americans at the Spanish Colonial Missions at Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico
  • Harris, R. King A Study of Glass Beads, Coral Beads, and Bead Spacers from the San Juan Bautista and San Bernardo Missions, Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico
  • Harris, Inus Marie A Study of Glass Beads, Coral Beads, and Bead Spacers from the San Juan Bautista and San Bernardo Missions, Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico
  • Fleming, Sharon E. San Jose de Corralitos, A Spanish Colonial Ranch in Zapata and Webb Counties, Texas
  • Horrell, Christopher E. Archeological Investigations at the Spanish Colonial Villa de San Marcos de Neve
  • Brown, David O. Discourse in Clay: Ceramics and Culture in Historic Socorro, Texas
  • Peterson, John A. Discourse in Clay: Ceramics and Culture in Historic Socorro, Texas
  • Hill, David V. Discourse in Clay: Ceramics and Culture in Historic Socorro, Texas
  • McGraw, A. Joachim A Review Essay of Spanish Expeditions into Texas by William C. Foster (1995)
  • Foster, William C. Response to A Review Essay of "Spanish Expeditions into Texas, 1689-1768"
  • Kibler, Karl W. Radiocarbon Dating on Rangia cuneata: Correction Factors and Calibrations fro the Galveston Bay Area
  • Ensor, H. Blaine Comparative Review and Discussion of Rangia cuneata Dating Methods on the Upper Texas Coast
  • Few, Joan Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark (41BO172): Report of the 1994 and 1995 Texas Archeological Society Field Schools and Additional 1996-1998 Excavations ; Texas' Early Sugar Industry: A Comparative Study of Four Antebellum Sugar Mills in Brazoria County, Texas ; The Prehistoric Component at the Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark (41BO172), Brazoria County, Texas
  • Pollan, Sandra Driskill The China Cabinet at the Jackson Plantation: Ceramic Analysis from the Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark Site (41BO171)
  • McClure, W. L. The Vertebrates from Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark ; The Prehistoric Component at the Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark (41BO172), Brazoria County, Texas
  • Fustes, Karen Elliott The Prehistoric Component at the Lake Jackson State Archeological Landmark (41BO172), Brazoria County, Texas
  • Dockall, John E. Knapping Implements in Mortuary Context: a Case from Morhiss (41VT1) with Comparative Data from Texas and the Midcontinent ; The Karankawa Indians of Texas: An Ecological Study of Cultural tradition and Change, by Robert A. Ricklis
  • Dockall, Helen Danzeiser Knapping Implements in Mortuary Context: a Case from Morhiss (41VT1) with Comparative Data from Texas and the Midcontinent
  • Malof, Andrew F. A Summary of Processes Affecting Archeological Sites in Artificial Reservoirs
  • Newman, Jay R. Task Selection of Lithic Raw Materials in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico
  • Boyd, Carolyn E. Peyote: The Divine Cactus, by Edward F. Anderson
  • Baker, Joan E. In Remembrance: Archaeology and Death, edited by David A. Poirier and Nicholas F. Bellantoni ; Establishing Exceptionalism: Historiography and the Colonial Americas. An Expanding World, Volume 5, edited by Amy Turner Brushnell ; Learning About Texas Indians, by George Zappler
  • Dering, J. Phil the Useful Wild Plants of Texas, the Southeastern and Southwestern United States, the Southern Plains, and Northern Mexico, Volume I, by Scooter Cheatum and Marshal C. Johnston with Lynn Marshall
  • Land, Doug Of Bison and Man, by Harold P. Danz
  • Ellis, G. Lain Expanding Archaeology, edited by James M. Skibo, William H. Walker, an Axel E. Nielson
  • Hubbard, Velicia R. A Place Called Grand Canyon: Contested Geographies, by B. J. Moorehouse

Contributing Authors

  • Perttula, Timothy K.
  • Ellis, Linda W.
  • Perttula, Timothy K. Foreword ; Archeological Investigations at Area I, the Cabaseño Ranch (41ZP79), Falcon Reservoir ; San Jose de Corralitos, A Spanish Colonial Ranch in Zapata and Webb Counties, Texas
  • Fox, Anne A. Spanish Colonial Archeology in Texas: Where We Are and Where Should We Be Going from Here ; An Overview of Test Excavations and Documentary Research at 41VT10, the Tonkawa Bank Site, Victoria City Park, Victoria, Texas
  • Collins, Michael B. Named Indian Groups in Texas: A Guide to Entries in the New Handbook of Texas
  • Hester, Thomas R. Artifacts, Archeology, and Cabeza de Vaca in Southern Texas and Northeastern Mexico ; A Study of Glass Beads, Coral Beads, and Bead Spacers from the San Juan Bautista and San Bernardo Missions, Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico
  • Wade, Mariah F. Unfolding Native American History: The Entrada of Fr. Manuel de la Cruz and the Bosque-Larios Expedition
  • Carlson, Shawn B. Mission Dolores Revisited ; Lead-Glazed Ceramics from Four Texas Missions
  • Corbin, James E. Mission Dolores Revisited ; A Review Essay of Spanish Expeditions into Texas by William C. Foster (1995)
  • Hindes, Kay The Marques De Aguayo's Report to the King Regarding His Expedition to Restore and Establish Missions and Presidios in Texas ; An Overview of Test Excavations and Documentary Research at 41VT10, the Tonkawa Bank Site, Victoria City Park, Victoria, Texas
  • Tunnell, Curtis Bronze Cannons and Argent Spirits at La Bahia
  • Schmiedlin, E. H. An Overview of Test Excavations and Documentary Research at 41VT10, the Tonkawa Bank Site, Victoria City Park, Victoria, Texas

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  • McDonald, David The Marques De Aguayo's Report to the King Regarding His Expedition to Restore and Establish Missions and Presidios in Texas
  • Gilmore, Kathleen The Marques De Aguayo's Report to the King Regarding His Expedition to Restore and Establish Missions and Presidios in Texas

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Founded in 1928 and with a current membership of 1,000, the Texas Archeological Society (TAS) brings together professional and avocational archeologists. TAS promotes scientific archeological exploration and research, the preservation and conservation of archeological materials and sites, and the curation of their associated information.

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Texas Archeological Society. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, Volume 70, 1999, periodical, 1999; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1013827/: accessed August 5, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Archeological Society.