Stone Artifacts of Texas Indians by Ellen Sue Turner,Thomas R. Hester,Richard L.

By Ellen Sue Turner,Thomas R. Hester,Richard L. McReynolds,Harry J. Shafer

Useful for tutorial and leisure archaeologists alike, this booklet identifies and describes over two hundred projectile issues and stone instruments utilized by prehistoric local American Indians in Texas. This 3rd version boasts two times as many illustrations—all drawn from genuine specimens—and nonetheless contains charts, geographic distribution maps and trustworthy age-dating details. The authors additionally exhibit how components reminiscent of atmosphere, locale and kind of artifact mix to provide a portrait of theses historical cultures.

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