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CVAS August meeting presentation - Aug 27th

Preliminary Results of Geoarcheological Reconnaissance of the Green Valley, Brewster County

David Yelacic earned a B.A. Anthropology and a M.S. Geography, and is in the late stages of earning a Ph.D. Environmental Geography, from Texas State University. David is employed as a Principal Investigator Archaeologist with Terracon Consultants Inc., where he coordinates CRM projects across the southern US.


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New additions to the website

3D image of Underwood Site
(18MB download in .pdf)

If you are using Firefox do not try to load it into the browser.  I tried that and it doesn't work.  You must right click on the link and download the file to someplace on your computer, like a Temp directory.  If you have the free Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer you can just double click on the file once it's downloaded to bring it up and manipulate it.  

3D image of a twisted Perdernales point
(24MB download in .pdf)
If you are using Firefox do not try to load it into the browser.  I tried that and it doesn't work.  You must right click on the link and download the file to someplace on your computer, like a Temp directory.  If you have the free Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer you can just double click on the file once it's downloaded to bring it up and manipulate it.  

If you are using Internet Explorer you can load it directly into your browser and it will work. 

Once it's downloaded use the left mouse button held down to manipulate the 3D image.  The middle roller wheel on the mouse will zoom it in and out.  You can look at it from any angle.  The beginning angle is looking from the top down. 


July Newsletter

Drones in Archeology
(paper for 2015 SWFAS)

CVAS Rack Card
(replaces previous brochure)

Ft Chadbourne Living History Days Video

Paint Rock Video


Independence Creek Rock Shelter Recordings

Critical Archaeology at 19th Century Western Way Stations: Granite Creek Station, Nevada
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Anthropology by Laura K. Sechrist (Contributions by CVAS members, 14Mb)

Head of the Concho Stage Station (41R95)
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the TAS Bulletin (.pdf file, 3.9Mb)

Davis Hackberry Spring Site (41ST87) Sterling County, Texas
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the THC Cache archeological journal
(.pdf file, 3.9Mb)

CVAS Archeological Fair 2014

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