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Archaeological Studies Reports

1. A Cultural Resources Inventory of the L7 Ranch, Crosby County, Texas, by David L. Nickels, with contributions by Jimmy Barrera, C. Britt Bousman, Richard Drass, Melissa Lehman, Steve Shackley, Shellie Sullo-Prewitt, Regge Wiseman, and Alan Wormser. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2002.

2. Phase I and II Archaeological Investigations on Camp Mabry, Travis County, Texas, by Richard S. Jones and John J. Leffler. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2003.
 
3. Archaeological Evaluation of 39 Category V Sites at Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas: 2001, by David L. Nickels, Melissa L. Lehman, and C. Britt Bousman, with a contribution by Antonio Padilla. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2003.
 
4. Archaeological Testing of the Burleson Homestead at 41HY37, Hays County, Texas, by C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels, assemblers, with contributions by Kevin Schubert, Barbara Meissner, Isabel Gutierrez, Sr., and Vergie Richardson. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. Texas Antiquities Permit No. 2406. 2003.
 
5. Archaeological Evaluation of Sandy Mantle Prehistoric and Historic Sites at Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas: 2003, by David L. Nickels and Melissa Lehman. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2004.
 
6. Archaeological Survey of 307 Acres at Camp Swift, Bastrop County, Texas: 2003, by David L. Nickels, Antonio Padilla, James E. Barrera, and C. Britt Bousman. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2005.
 
7. Archaeological Investigations at the Levi Jordan State Historic Site, Brazoria County, Texas, by Carole Leezer. Principal Investigators: Carole Leezer and C. Britt Bousman. Texas Antiquities Permit No. 3800. 2006
 
8. National Register of Evaluation of Eight Sites at Camp Swift Army National Guard Training Center, Bastrop County, Texas: Swift V, by Jon C. Lohse and C. Britt Bousman. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and Jon C. Lohse. 2006.
 
9. An Oral History of Camp Swift: 2004 Interviews, by Martha Doty Freeman, David L. Nickels, and Thad Sitton. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2006.
 
9. Sandyland Farmers: Life in the Countryside Before Camp Swift, 1920-1942, by Thad Sitton. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and David L. Nickels. 2006.
 
15. Cultural Resources Survey of Fairfield Lake State Park, Freestone County, Texas, by David M. Yelacic, Gregory J LaBudde, and Jon C. Lohse. Texas Antiquities Permit No. 1698. 2008.

16. Archaeological Research at the Wilson-Durham-Chandler Site, Edited by Molly Morgan. Principal Investigators: C. Britt Bousman and Jon C. Lohse. 2009.

17. Results of Archaeological Survey and Limited Archival Research of Fairfield Lake State Park, Freestone County, Texas, by Julian A. Sitters, Jon C. Lohse, David M. Yelacic, and Sarah Scogin. Principal Investigator: Jon C. Lohse. Texas Antiquities Permit No. 5203. 2009.

19. Archaeological Investigation on the Herd Ranch in Western Menard County, Texas, by Jon C. Lohse with contributions from Julian A. Sitters, David M. Yelacic, Cinda L. Timperley, and Sarah Scogin. Principal Investigator: Jon C. Lohse. 2009.

20. Additional Archaeological Investigations of the Proposed Visitor's Center, Fulton Mansion State Historic Site (41AS79), Rockport, Aransas County, Texas, by Carole Leezer, Julian A. Sitters, and Cinda Timperley. Principal Investigator: Jon C. Lohse. Texas Antiquities Permit No. 5420. 2010.