Texas Archaeology:The paper focuses on the culture of the prehistoric people of Texas who relied on gathering and hunting along the Texas coast and how they adapted to the constraints of the surrounding prairie environment using first hand technology from their native knowledge about this location and the opportunity it presented to them for their subsistence all which forms their culture.
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The above archaeological evidence points out that the prehistoric man all through the archaic and paleoindian period as well as the historic period takes the deer as a valuable animal given its numerous benefits Activities that involved dealing with the deer in one way or another shaped the culture of such Texas communities
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Kenmotsu, N. (2012). The Toyah phase of central Texas late prehistoric economic and social processes. College Station: Texas A & M University Press
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