A new peer-reviewed open access online publication Journal of Texas Archeology and History promotes scholastic level research in the fields of archaeology and history regarding a geographic region centred around the State of Texas that includes Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and the northern portions of Mexico.
Current articles include:
- Shrub, Scrub, and Grass: The Importance of Shrubland and Grassland Plant Communities to the Diet of the Late Prehistoric (A.D. 900-1535) Hunter-Gatherers of the Eastern Trans-Pecos Region of Texas.
- Post of Lampassas: Forgotten Reconstruction Era U.S. Army Post (1867-1870).
- Evidence for a Long-Distance Trade in Bois d’Arc Bows in 16th Century Texas (Maclura pomifera, Moraceae).
- Deflation Troughs, Water, and Prehistoric Occupation on the Margins of the South Texas Sand Sheet.
- A Precise Chronology of Middle to Late Holocene Bison Exploitation in the Far Southern Great Plains.
- Archival Research of the History of the Francisco Flores Ranch.
Volume 1 is out now and the articles can be viewed and downloaded here