Caddo Archeology Journal




During 1997 investigations by the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory associated with the placement of a utility sewer line trench at the Knight's Bluff site (41CS14), and the relocation of the prehistoric midden/cemetery at the site, a wide assortment of Caddo ceramics was found. The sample of ceramics includes 651 vessel sherds (including 240 decorated sherds), three pipe sherds, and five pieces of burned clay. With the exception of nine sherds from the camp sewer line trench area, the remainder of the ceramic assemblage is from in and immediately around the midden/cemetery area located near the bluff edge in the western part of the site.

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