Collected Papers from Paat Texas Archeological Society Summer Field Schools

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Series of articles documenting four Texas Archeological Society Field Schools, describing each of the projects including the environment, cultural context, and archaeological findings.

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vii, 628 p. : ill., maps

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Perttula, Timothy K. 2008.

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  • Perttula, Timothy K. Author of The 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School Excavations at the Fasken Site (41RR14), Red River County, Texas ; Archeological Survey of the Roitsch Farm and Adjoining Lands, 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School, Red River County, Texas ; The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas

Contributing Authors

  • Johnson, Jack G. Prehistoric Land Use at Amistad national Recreation Area, Val Verde County, Texas: Report on the Texas Archeological Society 1999 Field School
  • Johnson, Angel Stuewe Prehistoric Land Use at Amistad national Recreation Area, Val Verde County, Texas: Report on the Texas Archeological Society 1999 Field School
  • Robinson, David G. The 1977 Texas Archeological Society Investigations of the Sabina Mountain Number Two Site, 41EP4, El Paso County, Texas
  • Dockall, John E. The 1977 Texas Archeological Society Investigations of the Sabina Mountain Number Two Site, 41EP4, El Paso County, Texas
  • McClure, William L. The 1977 Texas Archeological Society Investigations of the Sabina Mountain Number Two Site, 41EP4, El Paso County, Texas
  • Prikryl, Daniel J. The 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School Excavations at the Fasken Site (41RR14), Red River County, Texas
  • Reese, Nancy G. The 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School Excavations at the Fasken Site (41RR14), Red River County, Texas
  • Schniebs, LeeAnna Archeological Survey of the Roitsch Farm and Adjoining Lands, 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School, Red River County, Texas
  • Turner, Mike Archeological Survey of the Roitsch Farm and Adjoining Lands, 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School, Red River County, Texas
  • Fritz, Gayle J. Archeological Survey of the Roitsch Farm and Adjoining Lands, 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School, Red River County, Texas
  • Nelson, Bo Archeological Survey of the Roitsch Farm and Adjoining Lands, 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School, Red River County, Texas
  • Bruseth, James E. The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Colby, Gail M. The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Derrick, Sharon M. The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Fritz, Gayle J. The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Goldborer, S. Eileen The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Martin, William A. The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Neff, Hector The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Steele, D. Gentry The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Yates, Bonnie C. The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas
  • Cogswell, James W.

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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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  • Main Title: Collected Papers from Paat Texas Archeological Society Summer Field Schools
  • Series Title: Texas Archeological Society Special Publication
  • Added Title: Texas Archeological Society Special Publication Number 5
  • Added Title: Prehistoric Land Use at Amistad National Recreation Area, Val Verde County, Texas: Report on the Texas Archeological Society 1999 Field School
  • Added Title: The 1977 Texas Archeological Society Investigations of the Sabina Mountain Number Two Site, 41EP4, El Paso County, Texas
  • Added Title: The 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School Excavations at the Fasken Site (41RR14), Red River County, Texas
  • Added Title: Archeological Survey of the Roisch Farm and Adjoining Lands, 1991 and 1992 Texas Archeological Society Field School Red River County, Texas
  • Added Title: The Archeology of the Roitsch Site (41RR16), an Early to Historic Caddo Period Village on the Red River in Northeast Texas

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Series of articles documenting four Texas Archeological Society Field Schools, describing each of the projects including the environment, cultural context, and archaeological findings.

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vii, 628 p. : ill., maps

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Perttula, Timothy K. Collected Papers from Paat Texas Archeological Society Summer Field Schools, book, 2008; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1013909/: accessed June 20, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Archeological Society.

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