Texas Historical Commission
Sites 41HL67 and 41HL35 are prehistoric campsites located in west-central Hall County, Texas. Situated about 3 miles apart, these sites have several key elements in common. Each site occurs near a prong of the Red River, each was partially destroyed by the building of FM 657, and each will be further destroyed by the proposed roadwork on FM 657. Also, the cultural material at each site was covered by eolian sand deposits, and in both cases the artifact sample recovered during test excavations was quite small. A complete hearth was found at Site 41HL67 and hearth remnants were found at both sites. Based on depth below surface alone, there is a chance that some of the hearths from both sites are of comparable age; however, there is very little evidence to determine the time of occupation at either site.
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Goode, Glenn T.
"Archaeological Testing at Sites 41HL35 and 41HL67, Hall County, Texas,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 1991,
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/ita/vol1991/iss1/19
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