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Meeting: Mar 26th,  7 p.m., Ft Concho Living History Stables Classroom


CVAS is proud to present Mary Black for our March speaker.  Mary recently published a novel about the Archaic  Lower Pecos called Peyote Fire: Shaman of the Canyons, which is currently available on Amazon.com.   She will speak about writing prehistoric fiction and her discuss her process of going from   wonder to published work. She will explain how she used archaeological,      anthropological, and rock art research as the basis for a novel.

 



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New additions to the website

January Newsletter

Critical Archaeology at 19th Century Western Way Stations: Granite Creek Station, Nevada
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Anthropology by Laura K. Sechrist (Contributions by CVAS members, 14Mb)


CVAS Constitution & Bylaws


Head of the Concho Stage Station (41R95)
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the TAS Bulletin (.pdf file, 3.9Mb)

Davis Hackberry Spring Site (41ST87) Sterling County, Texas
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the THC Cache archeological journal
(.pdf file, 3.9Mb)


Grierson's Spring Military Outpost, 1878 - 1882
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the Journal of Big Bend Studies archeological journal
(.pdf file, 10Mb)


An Historic Earthen Dwelling, Tom Green County, Texas
by Larry Reimenschnieder from the THC Cache archeological journal (.pdf file, 2.2Mb)

CVAS Brochure

CVAS Archeological Fair 2014

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