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Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology

DOI

https://doi.org/10.21112/.ita.2014.1.62

Abstract

The Lizzie Hill site (41CP494) is one of a number of archaeological sites that Robert L. Turner, Jr. surface collected from in Camp County, Texas in the 1950s and 1960s. Bo Nelson and Turner formally recorded the site in July 2012. The analysis of the surface collection of ceramic and lithic artifacts from the site, as well as a few historic artifacts, is the subject of this article.

The site was located in a cultivated field when Turner found it and gathered his collection of artifacts, but now is in pasture, along a small tributary to Walkers Creek in the Big Cypress Creek basin. The site is estimated to cover a ca. 160 x 80 m area (ca. 3 acres) on an upland slope (360-380 ft. amsl).

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