Archeological investigations between 1993-1995 at Caddo State Park, reported herein, represent the initial efforts of the Caddo Lake Institute's archeology team to conduct an education/training program, as well as to begin the process of identifying important archeological and historical resources in the Caddo Lake Basin. The archeology team will undertake several archeological projects in 1995-1996 in the Caddo Lake bioregion, particularly in the RAMSAR Treaty lands (Caddo Lake Wildlife Management Area) and on adjoining tracts of private land. Students and mentors from the consortium of Caddo Lake Scholars Program universities and schools are invited to participate in our archeological efforts, which will represent the first concerted and long-term study of the bioregion's cultural environment.
Skiles, Bob D.; Perttula, Timothy K.; Nelson, Bo; and Turner, Mike
"Archeological Investigations of the Caddo Lake Scholars Program at Caddo lake State Park, Harrison County, Texas, 1993-1995,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 1995
, Article 11. https://doi.org/10.21112/ita.1995.1.11
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