Heritage, Volume 15, Number 1, Winter 1997 Page: 17
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APRIL IS TEXAS ARCHAEOLOGY AWARENESS MONTH...
DO YOUR PART PROTECT OUR TATE'S CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Written records of history in Texas
begin with the accounts of the
Spanish explorers -- less than 500
years ago -- but the first people came
to Texas more than 11,000 years before. The unwritten
story ofthose thousands of years lies literally
buried in the earth.
AS GUARDIANS Of THE PAST, IT IS UP TO EACH Of US
TO PROTECT THESE CULTURAL RESOURCES.
*Archaeological resource materials available for:
* Teachers * County Historical Commissions * Libraries
* Archaeological Societies * Museums * Preservation Groups
Contact the Office of the State Archaeologist, Texas Historical
Commission, (512) 463-6090.
* Some of these archaeological preservation materials made possible in
part by a grant from the Texas Historical Foundation.
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