Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, Volume 26,1955

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Annual journal of the Texas Archeological Society documenting research and findings of members as well as activities of the organization.

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302 p. : ill.

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Texas Archeological Society 1955.

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  • Suhm, Dee Ann Excavations at the Collins Site, Travis County
  • Hughes, Jack T. Little Sunday: An Archaic Site in the Texas Panhandle
  • Crook, Wilson W., Jr. Scottsbluff Points in the Obshner Site Near Dallas, Texas
  • Harris, R. K. Scottsbluff Points in the Obshner Site Near Dallas, Texas
  • Ray, Cyrus N. Stone-Lined Basin with Charcoal in Lower Clear Fork Silt ; Comments Concerning Some Type Names in "An Introductory Handbook of Texas Archeology"
  • Ray, John Henry Peculiar Manos form Lower Pease River Valley
  • Troike, Rudolph C. Anthropological Theory and Plains Archeology
  • Haynes, C. V., Jr. Evidence of Early Man in Torrance County New Mexico
  • Holden, Jane Preliminary Report on the Bloom Mound, Chaves County, New Mexico
  • Green, Earl Excavations Near Gran Quivira, New Mexico
  • Newcomb, W. W., Jr. An Historic Burial from Yellowhouse Canyon, Lubbock County
  • Eagleton, N. Ethie An Historic Indian Cache in Pecos County
  • Hayner, E. W. Research in East Texas Projectile-Point Types ; Another Puebloan Trade Sherd in East Texas
  • Witte, Adolph Henry Surface Points from the Badlands of the Upper Western Cross Timbers of Texas
  • Ozee, Delevan Worsham An Historic Indian Cache in Clay County
  • Webb, Clarence H. Comments Concerning the East Texas Section of "An Introductory Handbook of Texas Archeology"

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Founded in 1928 and with a current membership of 1,000, the Texas Archeological Society (TAS) brings together Professional and Avocational Archeologists. TAS promotes scientific archeological exploration and research, the preservation and conservation of archeological materials and sites, and the curation of their associated information.

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Annual journal of the Texas Archeological Society documenting research and findings of members as well as activities of the organization.

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302 p. : ill.

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"Volume Twenty-Six"

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  • Publication Title: Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society
  • Volume: 26

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One of the oldest continuously published archeological journals in the US, the Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society (BTAS) publishes serious research on prehistory, archeological theory, and history.

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Texas Archeological Society. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, Volume 26,1955, periodical, 1955; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1013792/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Archeological Society.