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Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology

DOI

https://doi.org/10.21112/.ita.2013.1.28

Abstract

The McMinn Ranch site (41CP72) is a small (less than an acre) prehistoric site on an alluvial terrace along the north side of the lower reaches of Dry Creek, an important eastward-flowing tributary to Big Cypress Creek. In addition to a cluster of several Late Caddo Titus phase settlements and small cemeteries in this part of the valley, there are Middle and Late Caddo settlements and a large Titus phase cemetery at the nearby Harold Williams site (41CP10) as well as a large Titus phase community cemetery at the Tuck Carpenter site (41CP5). This article is a discussion of the McMinn Ranch site based on the recent analysis of an assemblage of artifacts in a surface collection gathered by Robert L. Turner, Jr. some unknown number of years ago.

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