Late Holocene Settlement in the Taylor Bayou Drainage Basin: Test Excavations at the Gaulding Site (41JF27), Jefferson County, Texas

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Report on research, excavations, and testing performed at a dig site in the Sabine Lake Area. It outlines the long history of the site, cultural artifact analyses, and its geological and geographical significance.Included are six appendices containing the names of the field school participants and the group's data findings.

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x, 132 p. : ill., maps

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Aten, Lawrence E. & Bollich, Charles N. 2002.

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  • Main Title: Late Holocene Settlement in the Taylor Bayou Drainage Basin: Test Excavations at the Gaulding Site (41JF27), Jefferson County, Texas
  • Series Title: Texas Archeological Society Special Publication
  • Added Title: Texas Archeological Society Special Publication Number 4
  • Series Title: Studies in Archeology
  • Added Title: Studies in Archeology Number 40

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Report on research, excavations, and testing performed at a dig site in the Sabine Lake Area. It outlines the long history of the site, cultural artifact analyses, and its geological and geographical significance.Included are six appendices containing the names of the field school participants and the group's data findings.

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x, 132 p. : ill., maps

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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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Aten, Lawrence E. & Bollich, Charles N. Late Holocene Settlement in the Taylor Bayou Drainage Basin: Test Excavations at the Gaulding Site (41JF27), Jefferson County, Texas, book, 2002; Austin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1013860/: accessed June 17, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Archeological Society.

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