Ancient Landscapes of South Texas - Late Archaic Period
Late Archaic – 1000 BCE – 300 BCE
Hunting and gathering traditions developed over the previous five millennia continue in the interior of South Texas in savanna grasslands and adjacent riparian zones. Those living along the Texas coast focused their dietary regimen on resources associated with the bays, lagoons, barrier islands, and nearby prairie environments. Stemmed Marcos and triangular Matamoros points are associated with this period.
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"Ancient Landscapes of South Texas - Late Archaic Period" (2020). Community Historical Archaeology Project with Schools (CHAPS) Recordings. 6.