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Exploring Texas Archaeological Sites

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Exploring Texas Archaeological Sites

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Exploring Texas Archaeological Sites

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Texas is full of archeological treasure, from the prehistoric settlements in Central Texas, to the million-plus artifacts found on the sunken ship the Belle. And don't forget the Alamo, or the state's other missions. In a live broadcast from San Antonio, we take a tour of Texas archaeological sites.

Guests:

James Bruseth, director, archeology division, Texas Historical Commission

Steve Tomka, director, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio

Michael Collins, research associate, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, University of Texas at Austin

Britt Bousman, director, Center for Archaeological Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos

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