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An Introductory Handbook of Texas Archeology

Description: Special issue of the annual journal of the Texas Archeological Society providing an introduction to field practices, meant to assist amateur archeologists in their research. It is broken into two main parts: the first provides historical information to each region in Texas and the second describes common archeological finds (such as pottery shards and arrowheads). It includes a glossary (p. 529) as well as regular annual publication information at the end, such as the annual meeting notes, membership list, and tables of contents for all printed volumes 1-25 (p. 575).
Date: 1954
Creator: Suhm, Dee Ann & Krieger, Alex D.
Partner: Texas Archeological Society

The Indian Mummy

Description: This is a research paper for an American History Class at Marfa High School in 1967. It describes the discovery of two mummified Indian babies from 1200 or earlier, found near Pinto Canyon in 1952. It describes how they were preserved. One was sent to the Smithsonian Institute and the other was on display at a local motel. The paper also mentions other artifacts found in the cave.
Date: 1967
Partner: Marfa Public Library

The Indian Years Coloring Book

Description: Coloring book that provides a brief history of Indian life in Texas, with illustrations of the early Indians that occupied Texas. Images are titled: Making Baskets, Story Telling Time, Hunting with Bow and Arrow, Packing to Move (with a dog travois), Cave Painting, and A Spanish Explorer.
Date: unknown
Creator: Texas. Parks and Wildlife Department. Cultural Resources Program.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

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

Description: 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.
Date: 2002
Creator: Aten, Lawrence E. & Bollich, Charles N.
Partner: Texas Archeological Society