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CVAS Archeological Fair 2015

CVAS January meeting at Davidson Center at ASU

 The January meeting (28th) will be held at the Davidson Center at ASU.  CVAS membership approved this meeting place change during the November meeting.  The ASU Friends of the Library and West Texas Collection will host a presentation on the Burt Smalley Petroglyphs Archeological Site at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 28, in the Houston Harte C.J. Davidson University Center.

In 1989, a field crew from the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory of the University of Texas at Austin conducted a pipeline survey through Irion County. On a limestone hill near Teepee Draw, they came across petroglyphs they thought to be pre-historic. After further investigation, it was determined that they were historic carvings, Anglo-American in origin.

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