Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology
A local resident of Williamson County, Texas, collected 20 or more years ago a single prehistoric ceramic vessel sherd from a site near Brushy Creek and the community of Noack in southeastern Williamson County, Texas (Figure 1). Brushy Creek is a tributary to the San Gabriel River, and joins with it a few miles downstream and to the east in Milam County. The site, 41WM763, is in the Blackland Prairie zone of Central Texas. The site lies about 90 m east of a prominent hill top that also has an archaeological site on it (41WM762, the Noack site), but one without any evidence of aboriginal pottery use.
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Perttula, Timothy K.
"An Ancestral Caddo Utility Ware Ceramic Sherd from a Site in Williamson County, Texas,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 2021,
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