Prehistoric Artifacts of the Texas Indians: An Identification and Reference Guide
Dan R. Davis, Jr., Author/Publisher–For the professional, amateur or layman. This 450 page book identifies 193 dart points, arrow points, tools, and implements of the Texas Indians with over 1,500 life-size research quality photographs as well as 569 references. (from the Houston Archaeological Society newsletter, The Profile, May 1995) (That quote taken directly from rear cover of the book. See photo.)
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Author: Davis, Dan R., Jr.
Publisher: Pecos Publishing Co.
Pub Date: 1991 (First edition)
Condition: Fair. Binding tight. No tears. Inscribed and dated by the author on title page. One approx 2″ crease along lower front cover edge. Light corner and edge wear. Spine shows signs of use. One small triangular chip from cover at rear spine hinge. One spot to bottom of text block.
Notes: Excellent photgraphy and identification. Warmly inscribed on title page by the author.
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