Concho Valley Archeological Society
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Library of CVAS Member's Papers


These are a collection of papers or links to published articles and documents on archeology or history related to the region.  Unless published they are not to be used by any persons outside CVAS as a definitive resource.  They are purely for the enjoyment of CVAS membesr to share their interests.


Firing At Blank Range: Cavalry Maneuvers at Grierson's Gulch 41RG77
Larry Riemenschneider

Late Prehistoric Child Burial, Sterling County Texas
Larry Riemenschneider


Independence Creek Rock Shelter Recordings
(by Tom Ashmore from SWFAS 2014 publication)
(.pdf file, 3.7Mb)


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)


Grierson's Spring Military Outpost, 1878 - 1882

by Larry Reimenschnieder from the Journal of Big Bend Studies archeological journal
(.pdf file, 10Mb)


An Historic Earthen Dwelling, Tom Green County, Texas
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the THC Cache archeological journal
(.pdf file, 2.2Mb)


Camp Melvin & Pontoon Crossing
by Bill Yeates (2Mb)

A Fire PIt in Sterling County, Texas

by Larry Reimenschnieder from the THC Cache archeological journal
(.pdf file, 2.4Mb)


1888 Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Roundhouse (41TH311)
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the THC Cache archeological journal
(.pdf file, 2.8Mb)

ARCHEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS PAINT ROCK 1800s HISTORIC CAMP SITES (41CC290) CONCHO COUNTY, TEXAS, March 2010 (2.2 Mb)

Papers on The Butterfield Trail

Archeological Investigations Butterfield Overland Mail Grape Creek Station (41CK305) Coke County, Texas


The Pecos River Horsehead Crossing: 
Multiple Crossing Points By Wagons, Cattle, Indians


Confusion about Texas Sections of Butterfield Trail



The Butterfield Overland Mail
(Waterman Ormsby's 1858 account of the stage journey from Fort Chadbourne to the Pecos River -

pdf 160kb)



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