Archaeological Resources Impact Potential of the South Oak Cliff Locally Preferred Alternative, Dallas, Texas. Jurney, D. H., Moir, R. W., Dorward, D., Weston, G. M., Girard, J., Linder-Linsley, S. E., McElhaney, J., Payton, D., Winchell, F., & Young, B. Technical Report Archaeology Research Program, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, March, 1991. Huitt-Zollars Contract 04-0218-01, Parsons Brinckerhoff Task 18, subcontract SCR 90-037. ARC Library #272
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A background literature search and initial archaeological reconnaissance have been performed for fourteen South Oak Cliff alternatives by the Archaeology Research Program, Southern Methodist University. A locally preferred alternative, hereafter named LPA, has been chosen. This report presents the results of the historical and archaeological overviews and construction impacts based upon the most current engineering plans. It also includes Southern Methodist University's recommendation for each segment of the South Oak Cliff Line based upon current design plans. More specific archival research and an additional reconnaissance were conducted to determine the potential adverse impacts of the South Oak Cliff LPA line. The investigations conducted for this line have been completed following the Secretary of the Interior's Guidelines (Federal Register) and in conformance with Section 106 (N.H.P.A. of 1966), Section 4f of Department of Transportation, and the State of Texas Antiquities Code. Areas recommended for further work and more formal test excavations are identified.
@techreport{jurney_archaeological_1991,
	address = {Dallas, Texas},
	title = {Archaeological {Resources} {Impact} {Potential} of the {South} {Oak} {Cliff} {Locally} {Preferred} {Alternative}, {Dallas}, {Texas}},
	abstract = {A background literature search and initial archaeological reconnaissance have been performed for fourteen South Oak Cliff alternatives by the Archaeology Research Program, Southern Methodist University. A locally preferred alternative, hereafter named LPA, has been chosen. This report presents the results of the historical and archaeological overviews and construction impacts based upon the most current engineering plans. It also includes Southern Methodist University's recommendation for each segment of the South Oak Cliff Line based upon current design plans. More specific archival research and an additional reconnaissance were conducted to determine the potential adverse impacts of the South Oak Cliff LPA line. The investigations conducted for this line have been completed following the Secretary of the Interior's Guidelines (Federal Register) and in conformance with Section 106 (N.H.P.A. of 1966), Section 4f of Department of Transportation, and the State of Texas Antiquities Code. Areas recommended for further work and more formal test excavations are identified.},
	institution = {Archaeology Research Program, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Southern Methodist University},
	author = {Jurney, David H. and Moir, Randall W. and Dorward, Don and Weston, Gathel M. and Girard, Jeff and Linder-Linsley, Sue E. and McElhaney, Jackie and Payton, Donald and Winchell, Frank and Young, Bill},
	month = mar,
	year = {1991},
	note = {Huitt-Zollars Contract 04-0218-01, Parsons Brinckerhoff Task 18, subcontract SCR 90-037.
ARC Library \#272},
	keywords = {Dallas County, DART, Oak Cliff, Texas},
	annote = {Huitt-Zollars Contract 04-0218-01, Parsons Brinckerhoff Task 18, subcontract SCR 90-037
},
}

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