Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology
The Garvis Anglin site (41HP253) was first brought to my attention in the spring of 2003 by the landowner Mr. Garvis Anglin. Mr. Anglin reported “flint chips” on the surface after having plowed the ground for the purpose of planting a food plot for deer. In June 2003, at Mr. Anglin’s request, uncontrolled excavations began at the site and continued sporadically throughout the summer. Large quantities of lithic debris and stone tools were recovered along with a small quantity of ceramic artifacts. Ceramics from the site included only four sherds and one small, but complete, utility ware jar. The site was formally recorded in June 2015. This article represents my attempt to mitigate the loss and destruction of the Garvis Anglin site.
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"The Garvis Anglin Site (41HP253): A Woodland Period Site on Stouts Creek, Hopkins County, Texas,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 2020,
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/ita/vol2020/iss1/76
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