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Journal of Northeast Texas Archeology
Clyre Amick and Ed Furman, avocational archaeologists, have been investigating a prehistoric archaeological site in Anderson Courty, Texas, that became expanded when an asphalt company began to mine sand from an alluvial terrace along Town Creek. The archaeological site (41AN115) is about 15 km west of Palestine, the county seat for Anderson County.
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