"This volume contains eight chapters and a peer review. Most were first presented in a symposium at the 72nd annual meeting of the Society of American Archaeology in Austin."--ECIP chapter 1.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -244) and index.
The Toyah phase in Texas: an introduction and retrospective / Nancy A. Kenmotsu and Douglas K. Boyd -- The Toyah phase and the ethnohistorical record: a case for population aggregation / Nancy A. Kenmotsu and John W. Arnn III -- Defining hunter-gatherer sociocultural identity and interaction at a regional scale: the Toyah/Tejas social field / John W. Arnn III -- The role of exotic materials in Toyah assemblages in a late prehistoric economic and social system / Karl W. Kibler -- Reconsidering the role of bison in the terminal late prehistoric (Toyah) period in Texas / Raymond Mauldin, Jennifer Thompson, and Leonard Kemp -- Bone processing and subsistence stress in late prehistoric south Texas / Zackary I. Gilmore -- What is northern Toyah phase?: the Toyah phenomenon on the Texas southern plains / Douglas K. Boyd -- Plains-Pueblo interaction: a view from the "middle" / John D. Speth and Khori Newlander -- Toyah: reflections on evolving perceptions / Elton R. Prewitt.
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