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Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology

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https://doi.org/10.21112/.ita.2006.1.24

Abstract

The Polk Estates site (41CP245) is a prehistoric Caddo archaeological site in the Big Cypress Creek Basin, located just downstream of the confluence of Walkers Creek with Big Cypress Creek. This area is within the Pineywoods of northeastern Texas. It was also occupied in Woodland (ca. 500 B.C. to A.D. 800) and Late Archaic (ca. 2500-500 B.C.) periods, based on the recovery of temporally diagnostic dart points dating to these periods.

The site is on a natural rise (300-310 feet amsl) atop an upland inter-stream divide, less than 300 m west from the current channel of Big Cypress Creek. The rise has deep Bowie fine sandy loam sediments, with 0-3% slopes. It covers about 4100 square meters (1.0 acres) in size.

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