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Article Title

Turquoise Pendant

Agency

Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology

DOI

https://doi.org/10.21112/.ita.2006.1.23

Abstract

During excavations on Caney Creek in Wood County, Texas in the mid-1960s, a local collector found a turquoise pendant in a Caddo burial. In all, nine burials were uncovered in what appears to be a small family cemetery probably associated with an unknown near-by residential area. He designated the site Arnold Glenn #2, west side of Caney Creek and I more recently recorded the site as the Turquoise site (41WD586).

This collector located numerous sites, including residential sites, mounds, and cemeteries in the mid to upper regions of Caney Creek above the confluence of Caney and Lake Fork creeks. Several hundred artifacts resulted from this project that have been photographed and cataloged. Site forms have been filed on all the known sites.

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