Guidebooks in Archaeology

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    Historical Archaeology in Texas: A Bibliography
    (Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1986) Moore, William; Moore, Roger
    Documented in this bibliography are the varied sources in which information concerning historical archaeology in Texas has appeared. In all, 509 references are cross-referenced in this monograph with author, subject, and county. Much of the state is represented with subjects relating to 163 of the 254 Texas counties.
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    A Guide to the Identification of Burins in Prehistoric Chipped Stone Assemblages
    (Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1977) Pitzer, Jean M.
    With this volume, the Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio is initiating a new publication series entitled Guidebooks in Archaeology. Like the present contribution authored by Jean M. Pitzer, Guidebooks are designed as basic references for anthropology and archaeology students, avocational archaeologists, and professional archaeologists. Many of the numbers in this new series will deal, for the most part, with archaeological topics relevant to Texas archaeology; others, like this first volume, will be broader in scope. Forthcoming volumes will cover a wide range of subjects. These include a guide to plants and aboriginal plant use in south central Texas, a compendium of lithic tool forms found in south and central Texas, and a checklist of the fauna of present-day and prehistoric southern and central Texas.