|Repository||Dallas Municipal Archives|
Office of the City Secretary
1500 Marilla Street, 5D South
Dallas, Texas 75201
|Creator||City of Dallas Public Information Office |
|Title||Tim Dalbey Dallas Archaeological Reports and Studies|
|Quantity||.50 linear inches|
|Abstract||Archaeological Reports and Studies for sites in Dallas, Texas|
|Language||Records are in English|
Scope and Content
Collection consists of archaeological and paleontological reports of sites on or near City of Dallas properties. The reports were written by Timothy Dalbey, independent scientific researcher, archaeologist, geoarchaeologist, and paleontologist.
Archaeological reports include investigations of indigenous settlements in what is now Dallas County, Texas. A number of environmental reports concern Big Spring, which sits in Southeast Dallas County Texas in the neighborhood of Pleasant Grove and the subsection of an area called Pemberton Hill, south of US 175 and west of Pemberton Hill Road Dallas, Texas. One of the only natural spring sites left in Dallas, Big Spring contributes 11.5-14 million gallons of water into the
watersheds of White Rock Creek and the Trinity River Basin annually.
Chronological order by year.
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Tim Dalbey Dallas Archaeological Reports and Studies, 2002-2019 (Box <x>, Folder <y>), Dallas Municipal Archives
Dallas -- Texas -- History
Dallas -- Texas -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Texas -- Dallas.
|1||1||The White Rock Heritage District Charette, Tim Dalbey for Lower White Rock Creek Greenway Coalition/City of Dallas, 2002.|
|||2||Letter Report on the Archaeology of 41DL350 Along the Trinity River Below the Loop 12 Bridge, Tim Dalbey for the Texas Historical Commission, 2003.|
|||3||Natural Aspects of the Trinity River Mainstream through the Great Trinity Forest, Tim Dalbey for Trinity River Expeditions, 2006.|
Preservation of the Oak Creek Bluff Top Natural Habitats and Orchids, Impacts by Recent Trail Clearing, Tim Dalbey for Dallas Parks and Recreation Department, 2006.
|||5||Archaeological Test Excavations At 41 DL72 At 811 Pemberton-Hill Road Prior to Land Clearing and Construction of Texas Horse Park by The City Of Dallas, Tim Dalbey to Trinity Watershed Management, City of Dallas, 2013.|
|||6||Report on Prehistoric Freshwater Bivalves Recorded at 41 DL350 on the Right Bank of the Trinity River South of Loop 12, Tim Dalbey to Texas Park and Wildlife Department, 2013.|
|||7||Letter Report on Historic Well Exposed at Dealey Plaza, Tim Dalbey to Byron Harris at WFAA News, 2013.|
|||8||Application for Texas Historical Marker for Big Spring in Dallas County [including archaeological report by Tim Dalbey], MC Toyer and Tim Dalbey, 2013.|
|||9||Additional Historical and Prehistorical Significance of the Big Spring Preserve area at 925 Pemberton Hill Road, Tim Dalbey to Trinity Watershed Management, City of Dallas, 2013.|
|||10||Tree Ring Dating Historic Post Oak Tree Growing at 811 Pemberton Hill Road Near Big Spring, Tim Dalbey to Trinity Watershed Management, City of Dallas, 2013.|
|||11||Description of Illustrated Artifacts Excavated in January 2013 From 41DL72, Tim Dalbey for Geo-Marine, Inc., 2014.|
|||12||Photolog Report for West Kessler Nature Preserve Initiative (WKNPI) along Coombs Creek, Tim Dalbey, 2017.|
|||13||The 47 Large Trees Growing within the 13 Acre Dallas Heritage Village Represents Minimally a Chronicle of the Past 200 Years of History, Tim Dalbey for Texas Historic Tree Coalition and Dallas Heritage Village, 2019.|
|||14||Brief Reconnaissance/Observational Survey of Texas Horse Park on Wednesday 22 May 2019 for|
Sensitive/Endangered Native Plants, Sensitive Microenvironments and Historic Attributes, Tim Dalbey for Texas Horse Park and Dallas Water Utilities, 2019.
|||15||Rebuttal Letter to City of Mesquite, Texas Regarding Remnant 80 Acre Native Prairie Within an Area Surrounded by Oates, Galloway, 1-30, and Northwest Drive Indicative of Blackland Prairie, 2019.|