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U.S. History Topics » States & Regions » South

Texas Beyond History

is a virtual museum of online exhibits, lessons, and interactive learning that covers 13,500 years of human history in Texas, from Clovis hunters to 20th century cotton farmers. Explore archeological sites and historic landmarks. See rare photos, maps, artifacts, and reconstructed scenes of the past -- more than 6,000 images. (Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, University of Texas, Austin, National Endowment for the Humanities)

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Interesting Fact:

Texas Indians created stone tools and ornaments using diverse rocks found throughout the state and sometimes materials traded from distant sources. While much attention has been placed on "arrowheads," other stone artifacts are not well known.
Artistic drawing of Kincaid Shelter and 13,000 years in the Sabinal River Valley

Kincaid shelter

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