Caddo Archeology Journal


The 62nd Caddo Conference and 27th East Texas Archeological Conference was held at the University Center on the campus of the University of Texas at Tyler on February 28 and 29, 2020. The conference was dedicated to the rebuilding of public facilities at Caddo Mounds State Historic Site. These facilities had been destroyed by a tornado in 2019. The conference organizers were Thomas Guderjan, Colleen Hanratty, Cory Sills, Christy Simmons (University of Texas at Tyler), Keith Eppich (Tyler Junior College), Anthony Souther (Caddo Mounds State Historic Site), Amanda Regnier (Oklahoma Archeological Survey), Mark Walters (Texas Historical Commission Steward). Sponsors included The Center for Social Science Research and Department of Social Sciences, University of Texas at Tyler, Humanities Texas, Kevin Stingley, Arkansas Archeological Survey, Beta Analytic, Inc., Friends of Northeast Texas Archeology, East Texas Archeological Society, Maya Research Program, Tejas Archeology, Tyler Junior College, Gregg County Historical Museum, the American Indian Heritage Day of Texas organization, and the Caddo Nation. Before the formal program began, a preconference gathering was held at ETX Brewing Company at 221 S Broadway Avenue in Tyler on Thursday evening, February 27th. Approximately 250 people participated in the joint conferences.

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