A number of researchers also provided technical expertise and these individuals are credited in the sources section below. Bloomsburian "Citizen Archaeology" with Naff music. Without scratching at the dirt, how much can we know? Stone Artifact of Texas Indians is quite simply the best general reference on Texas lithics, period. It was originally penciled by Clinton Smith in collaboration with his illiterate younger brother Jeff who was never able to adjust to school after his return from captivity by lamplight on a Big Chief tablet. Wisconsin Reverend has Metal Detecting Friends in
Clovis culture appeared some 12, to 13, years ago. After living alone in the wilderness for almost a year with only his horse as companion, he decided to risk joining a band of Comanches. This means that the evidence of one of the oldest cultures in North America might lie buried beneath the alluvium, within eyesight of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Harmeiers Ranch There are only a few digital photos of this dig available. Just having fun folks! As with any good archaeological site, more questions are raised than are answered. But what if it encouraged controlled digging and the taking of real data that everyone could learn from?
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Savannah Mehrtens University studies journalism major; communication and environmental geoscience minor. The archaeology of the Texas Panhandle is incredibly fascinating and yet not well known. As he sums up in the final chapter…. Many are drawn because they found public archeology programs lacking in their own states Newell Can you imagine what a pro would think watching a backhoe tear up a virgin site??? The speech is a great read-- you will wish you were there as it is both witty and informative. King Harris, for example, worked as a locomotive engineer.
He continued to participate in warfare with other Indian bands and raids on the whites, but these were hard times for this once proud tribe, much of it spent on and off of reservations before their final defeat at the hands of General McKenzie. Since Volume 25 Suhm et al. Reports on several summer projects have been published, but there are several that have not. Entitled A Condensed History of the Apache and Comanche Indian Tribes for Amusement and General Knowledge, though simply called Indianology on its cover, this bizarre account of his life in captivity never sold well and Lehmann felt it never accurately conveyed his experiences. The Society makes all arrangements for a camp site for its members, which must be close to the excavation site -- at least within reasonable driving distance.