Earlier Works from  Contributors

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Guadalupe Bifaces from Frio and Medina Counties - David Calame, Sr., 2000     Click Here to View

2.

Projectile Points of the Calf Creek Horizon from Frio, Medina, and Uvalde Counties, Southern Texas - David Calame, Sr., Carey Weber, Larry Banks, and Richard McReynolds, 2002     Click Here to View

3.

Variability Among Biface Caches from Southern and South Central Texas - Thomas R. Hester and David L. Calame, Sr., 2003     Click Here to View

4.

John E. "Swoose" Alexander's Parallel Oblique Flaking Technique -  David L. Calame Sr., Cindy K Smyers & R. Paul Stein, Jr.,  2003     Click Here to View

5.

Biface Cache from Milam County, Texas - David L. Calame, Sr. with illustrations by Ryan Fain, 2005      Click Here to View

6.

Golondrina Points from Duval County, Texas - David L. Calame, Sr., 2006     Click Here to View

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Folsom Points from Crane County, Texas: Site 41CR10(The Hot Tubb Site) - Cindy Smyers, Debbie Calame, and David L. Calame, Sr., 2006     Click Here to View

8.

A Polyhedral Blade Core from Travis County, TX - David L. Calame, Sr., 2006     Click Here to View

9.

Clovis Points from Blanco, Coryell and Williamson Counties, Central Texas - Calame, David L., Sr., 2008    Click Here to View

10.

A Detachable Atatl Hook from Travis County, Texas - Calame, David L. Sr., 2008    Click Here to View

11.

The Cattle Pen Biface Cache, Williamson County, Texas - Calame, David L. Sr. & John Haberer, 2008    Click Here to View

12.

The Invisible Signature of the Baker Point Knapper - Tony Baker, 2010.     Click Here to View

Borderland Archaeology - Volume 1 - 2019

1.

The Aboriginal Ceramic Vessel Sherds from the Jenkins Site (41AT287) in Atascosa County, Texas - Perttula, Timothy K., 2019      Click Here to View

2.

Spanish Colonial Ceramic Sherds from the Morris Ranch site in southwestern Atascosa County, Texas - Perttula, Timothy K., 2019     Click Here to View

3.

Continued Analysis of Aboriginal Ceramic Sherds from the Jenkins Site (41AT287) in Atascosa County, South Texas - Perttula, Timothy K., 2019       Click Here to View

4.

Ceramic Petrography of Six Prehistoric Sherds from Site 41AT287, Atascosa County, South Texas - Robinson, David G., 2019      Click Here to View Report        Click Here to View Data Table  [Excel format]

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BARK-PEELING, FOOD STRESS AND TREE SPIRITS – THE USE OF PINE INNER BARK FOR FOOD IN SCANDINAVIA AND NORTH AMERICA   Journal of Ethnobiology 29(1): 94–112 Spring/Summer 2009    Click here to View

Borderland Archaeology - Volume 2 - 2020

1.

The Breckenridge Harahey Burial Cache A Cache of Bifaces from a Native American Burial in San Saba County, Texas - David L. Calame, Richard L. McReynolds, Timothy K. Perttula, 2020      Click Here to View

2.

Response of Later Quaternary Valley Systems to Holocene Sea Level Rise on the Continental Shelf Offshore Louisiana: Preservation Potential of  Paleolandscapes.  104 p. New Orleans (LA): US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management. Report No.:BOEM 2020-004. Agreement No.: M12AC000020. - Paul V. Heinrich, Michael Miner, Robert Paulsell, Richard P. McCulloh, 2020.    Click Here to View

3.

A Mid-19th Century Site Component in Western Gillespie County, Texas - Timothy K. Perttula, Clinton M. M. McKenzie, Marcus Whittle, and Brad Stephens, 2020.   Click Here to View

4.

A Painted Stone from 41ME274, Medina County, Texas: Documentation and Observations. Bulletin of Texas Archeological Society 91. Thomas R.Hester, Harry J. Shafer, David Calame, and Richard McReynolds, 2020.     Click Here to View

5.

The McKee Site (41GU117) Excavation, Guadalupe County, Texas - David L.Calame, Sr., Glenn T. Goode, Richard McReynolds, and Timothy K. Perttula, 2020.     Click Here to View

6.

The Tivydale Point - David L.Calame, Sr., Glenn T. Goode, Booner M. Beck, 2020.     Click Here to View

7.

Legacy of the Tranchet Flake: Or How Two Texas Archaeologists Ended Up in the Maya World - Harry J. Shafer, 2020.     Click Here to View

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Recuerdo de su Hijo: Evidence of Bilingualism and Culture Mixture in a U.S.-Mexico Border Town Cemetery - Zachary Lindsey, 2020.     Click Here to View

9.

Early 19th Century Ceramic Sherds from a Site in Zapata County, Texas - Timothy K. Perttula, 2020   Click Here to View

10.

Late Prehistoric Materials from the Jenkins Site (41AT287), Atascosa County, Texas - Timothy K. Perttula, 2020   Click Here to View