Missions of San Antonio 2014

“The Missions of San Antonio” by Pat Even was originally published in Texas Cache Volume 18 #1-2 in 2014. Pat visited the five Spanish Catholic missions of San Antonio and wrote of their history: San Antonio de Valero (The Alamo), San Jose y San Mguel de Aguayo, San Juan Capistrano, Nuestra Senora de la Purisma…

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Kendall County Site 2007

“Kendall County Kampsite” by Patricia Even was originally published in Texas Cache Volume 11 #1 in 2007. Pat recounts her time spent excavating in a camp on private land in Kendall County with husband Harold “Buzz” Even & friends Marshall Mike, Arrowhead Ed, and Sigrid. Please wait while flipbook is loading. For more related info,…

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Castroville Study 2001

“Castrovilles” written by Marc Land was originally published in Texas Cache Volume 7 #1 in 2001 by Bob McWilliams. Marc wrote about the type and its similarities to Marcos and Marshall types. Please wait while flipbook is loading. For more related info, FAQs and issues please refer to DearFlip WordPress Flipbook Plugin Help documentation. Keyword…

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Base Tang Knife 2001

The Texas Base Tang Knife 2001 “The Texas Base Tang Knife” by then Managing Editor Marc Land was originally published in Texas Cache Magazine Volume 6 #3 from 2001. Marc wrote about the base tang knife type and included many examples including a base corner tang piece and reworked pieces with measurements. Please wait while…

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West TX Atlatl Cache 1999

“West Texas Atlatl Cache” was written and published as the cover story in Texas Cache Volume 5 #2 in 1999 by Bob McWilliams. Tony Reyes (pictured) recorded the provenance of two atlatls found in a West Texas cave by Benicio Arriaga between 1991 and 1999 along with perishable relics and paleolithic projectile points. Texas Cache…

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Comanche Memories 1996

This account of Comanche memories as told to Texas Cache founder Bob McWilliams appeared in Volume 2 #4 from 1996. Leonard “Black Moon” and Eva Portillo Riddles recounted that Comanche were not flint knappers, and told Bob the story of “The Last Buffalo Hunt,” a turn-of-the-century spectacle in either Vernon or Quanah. Please wait while…

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Petroglyphs of the Eldorado Divide (1996)

“Petroglyphs of the Eldorado Divide” by Texas Cache founder Bob McWilliams was originally published in Volume 3 #1 in 1996. Bob wrote of visiting a site in Sutton County with natural tinaja waterholes surrounded by mysterious carvings in the limestone bedrock. Please wait while flipbook is loading. For more related info, FAQs and issues please…

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Gentry Creek Cache 1995

“The Gentry Creek Cache” was written by Texas Cache founder Bob McWilliams and originally published in Volume 2 #1 in 1995. Bob wrote about Tommy Hobbs, Bobby and David Adams excavating a heavily occupied site in 1989 near Gentry Creek just north of Junction in Kimble County. Please wait while flipbook is loading. For more…

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