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ments to fourth class headrights(a status issued to those who arrived to Texas between January 1, 1840 and January 1, 1842.
dark color by the decomposition of organic refuse which also contained food bones, fragments of stone tools, charcoal, pie
which are either defined as sites based on surface artifacts or thought to contain buried deposits based on the landform.
food bones, fragments of stone tools, charcoal, pieces of pottery, or other discarded materials. For historic sites, a simi
s actually recorded as having been used by Plains Indians, and only recently has any archaeological evidence for the use of
icial who is responsible for overseeing all potential impacts to archaeological resources and for reviewing and administeri
designate "colonies" and bring immigrants to the Texas frontier. Contractors were to receive 10 sections of land for each 1
(see also Conservation Archaeology) A movement to increase public awareness and education about archae
of 1980, 94 Stat. 2987. This act and its amendments clearly established the basic funding and implementation of archaeolog
d form of the tribal name Cadohadacho, referring to three main Native American tribal groups spread along wide fertile prai
(see also Conservation Archaeology) A movement to increase public awareness and education about archaeol
and that divides the Grand Prairie to the west from the Blackland Prairie to the east in North Central Texas. The Eastern C
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