6/29/16 – Alamo Master Plan Launches Archaeology Study of Alamo Grounds
On June 29, the Alamo Management Committee briefed the San Antonio City Council during its B-Session on the progress of the Alamo master planning process and announced the start of the research and discovery phase of work that will involve a systematic archaeological study of the Alamo complex grounds – the first such study to be completed on the site.
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