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1995 San Elizario Plaza archaeological project

John Allen Peterson

1995 San Elizario Plaza archaeological project

by John Allen Peterson

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Published by Archeological Research, Inc.. in El Paso, Tex .
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    Subjects:
  • Archaeological surveying -- Texas -- San Elizario,
  • Archaeological surveying -- Texas -- El Paso County

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    Statementedited by John A. Peterson, T[i]mothy B. Graves and David V. Hill ; The University of Texas at El Paso.
    ContributionsGraves, Timothy B., Hill, David V., University of Texas at El Paso. Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology. San Elizario Archaeological Plaza Field School., Texas Department of Transportation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 279 p. :
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17608331M
    OCLC/WorldCa51160598

    City of San Elizario, San Elizario, Texas. K likes. Welcome to the official Facebook page of the City of San Elizario! We are excited to be the newest city with the oldest history in the state of /5(24). Main St. (Veteran’s Memorial Plaza) San Elizario, TX ; For More Information; Phone: () Enjoy authentic Mexican food, fun carnival rides and live entertainment in front of a stunning historic backdrop of the San Elizario Presidio Chapel (originally built in )! For over years, this annual fiesta has celebrated and.

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    Welcome to the San Elizario Genealogy & Historical Society. Our purpose is to promote and preserve the history and culture of San Elizario and encourage interest in family research. The San Elizario Genealogy & Historical Society – a © non-profit organization is housed in the historic Los Portales Museum Building, right next to the San Elizario Presidio Church. In: The Changing Faces of Main Street: Ventura Mission Plaza Archaeological Project, Roberta S. Greenwood, ed. pp. Prepared for the Redevelopment Agency, City of San Buenaventura. May, Ronald V.,


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1995 San Elizario Plaza archaeological project by John Allen Peterson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The San Elizario Plaza archaeological project. [John Allen Peterson; Timothy B Graves; David V Hill; University of Texas at El Paso. Department of Sociology and Anthropology. San Elizario Archaeological Plaza Field School.; Texas.

Department of Transportation.]. The San Elizario Plaza Archaeological Project. John A., Timothy B. Graves, & David V. Hill Peterson.

(tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following CollectionsAuthor: A John, Timothy B. Graves, David V. Hill Peterson. The archaeology and history of Alamo Plaza (Archaeological survey report - Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio) [Fox, Anne A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The archaeology and history of Alamo Plaza (Archaeological survey report - Center for Archaeological ResearchAuthor: Anne A Fox.

The San Elizario Plaza Archaeological Project, by John A. Peterson, Timothy B. Graves and David V. Hill. TAP No. El Paso, TX: The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX: The University of Texas at El Paso, The San Elizario Plaza Archaeological Project () Related Creators Peterson, John A., Timothy B.

Graves, & David V. Hill. Translation by Sean Galvin, John Howell Publishers, San Francisco. Peterson, John A. Cultural Resource Background.

In: The San Elizario Plaza Archaeological Project, edited by John A. Peterson, Timothy B. Graves and David V. Hill, pp. Texas Antiquities Permit NumberThe University of Texas at El Paso.

The San Elizario Plaza Archaelogical Project: Environmental Affairs: The Anthon Site: A Prehistoric Encampment in Southern Uvalde County, TX: Environmental Affairs: The Boiler Site: Utilization of an Upland Setting Over the Last Years, Webb County TX.

This first documented history of San Elizario in the Spanish, Mexican, and American periods toutilizes Spanish and Mexican sources, particularly the Juarez Archive. It reveals that Spanish officials constructed this square foot fortress primarily to administer an Apache peace colony, in time the largest on the northern frontier.

In the Mexican period the presidio spawned a town. San Elizario Plaza remains today a place that hosts festivals, political rallies and other events. The plaza is dedicated to the many military veterans that call San Elizario home. The benches throughout the plaza pay tribute to some of the original settlers of San Elizario and were dedicated on behalf of.

San Elizario Plaza Gazebo, San Elizario Plaza, San Elizario, El Paso County, TX Contributor Names Historic American Buildings Survey, creator Cary, Brian, transmitter (Library of Congress) Repository Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. San Elizario, Texas is located just 22 miles southeast of downtown El Paso and 25 minutes from the El Paso International Airpot.

El Paso is rated the. “The San Elizario Plaza Archaeological Project,” John A. Peterson, Timonthy B. Graves and David V. Hill, Editors, Texas Antiquities Permit No.The University of Texas at El Paso, MarchEl Paso, Texas, pages.

Here in San Elizario, this history is remembered with a day-long commemoration of the visit by Spanish Conquistador Don Juan de Onate. A Texas Legacy - The Old San Antonio Road and Caminos Reales, A Tricentennial History, (Second Printing, January ) – U – Top: Under Four Flags - History and Archeology of North Loop One, Travis County, TX: – V – Top.

Purchase an environmental publication in Austin or by mail order. A - Z Site Index Archaeological and Historical Archival Background for Proposed FM Road Expansion Project, Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas San Elizario Plaza Archaelogical Project () $ $ Significance Testing at the Troll Site, 41CW92, Caldwell County.

John Allen Peterson has written: 'The San Elizario Plaza archaeological project' -- subject(s): Archaeological surveying. The Presidio Chapel of San Elizario (Spanish: La Capilla de San Elcear) was built in at the same place where an earlier Mexican chapel building is located in the central square of San Elizario, miles south-southeast of El was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in It is an example of the Spanish Colonial on: San Elizario Street, San Elizario, Texas.

El Paso Archaeological Society. Publications for Sale - (Please add $ for postage and handling per publication in the US) (for out of the country please add $ per publication) Publications that are sold out could be duplicated at an appropriate price.

Some Artifacts that are for. San Elizario (San Elceario, San Elzeario) is at the intersection of Farm roads andfifteen miles southeast of downtown El Paso in southern El Paso County. Juan de Oñate reached the Rio Grande at or near the site of present San Elizario on Apand ten days later took formal possession of New Mexico and all adjacent.

The curved espadaña (belfry) of the Presidio Chapel of San Elizario looms above the West Texas horizon with the elegant air of the architectural tradition of the Iberian Peninsula. Though it was an early 20th-century addition, the bell tower brings a soft contrast to the hard-edged history of San Elizario, a West Texas frontier community on El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.

Allen John Uck Lun Chun has written: 'Diasporas of mind, or why there ain't no Black Atlantic in cultural China' -- subject(s): Civilization, Intellectuals, Politics and culture 'Toward a.Photo, Print, Drawing Casa Ronquillo, Southeast of San Elizario Plaza, San Elizario, El Paso County, TX Photos from Survey HABS TXSan Elceario Baptismals 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99