The Bonner Place (41AG3) and J. A. Jordan (41AG5) sites are ancestral Caddo habitation sites recorded by Gus E. Arnold in November 1939 during his WPA-sponsored archaeological survey of East Texas. Both sites are in the Crawford Creek drainage; Crawford Creek is a westward-flowing tributary of the Neches River (Figure 1).
Perttula, Timothy K.
"The Bonner Place (41AG3) and J. A. Jordan (41AG5) Sites in the Neches River Basin, Angelina County, Texas,"
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