Credits & Sources
The Graham-Applegate webpage was written by Chuck Hixson and developed by the TBH webteam. Original art was created by TBH artist Charles Shaw; other drawings were done by Peggy Maceo and were provided by the Lower Colorado River Authority.
I am very much indebted to the late Dot Applegate and her family for allowing the excavations to take place on their land. Without their cooperation, the project would have been so severely limited that the true importance of the site would never have been realized. The Graham-Applegate investigations have been supported throughout by numerous volunteers who have contributed their time, energy and resources (see Behind the Scenes). In addition, the following people and organizations have provided financial backing or goods/services:
- Austin Friends of Folk Art
- The Texas Archeological Society
- Gene and Bob Schaffner
- Charlotte Graham
- Fred Breckwoldt
- The Texas Archeological Research Laboratory
- The Lower Colorado River Authority
River People is a set of teaching curricula tied to the prehistory
of Texas and incorporating materials and learning tools from the LCRA
Nightengale Archaeological Center in Kingsland, near the Graham-Applegate
site. Written by Dr. Mary Black and her students at the University of
Texas at Austin, the lesson plans include learning opportunities in language
arts, science, geography, and archeology.
1997 The Lions Creek Site (41BT105): Aboriginal Houses and Other Remains at a Prehistoric Rancheria in the Texas Hill Country (Burnet County). Texas Department of Transportation, Archeology Studies Program Report 1, and Texas Historical Commission Report 41.
Lintz, Christopher, Abby Treece, and Fred Oglesby
1995 The Early Archaic Structure at the Turkey Bend Ranch Site (41CC112), Concho County.
In Advances in Texas Archeology, Contributions from Resource Management, edited by James E. Bruseth and Timothy K. Perttula. Texas Historical Commission.
Austin Phase Cemeteries and Burials
1974 Archeological Investigations at the Loeve-Fox Site, Williamson County, Texas. Texas Archeological Survey Research Report 49, The University of Texas at Austin.
Greer, John and Robert Benfer
1975 Austin Phase Burials at the Pat Parker Site, Travis County, Texas. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society 46. This report may be hard to find but much of the information pertaining to the Austin Phases burials is summarized in it.
Hester, Thomas R. and Michael B. Collins
1969 Burials from the Frisch Auf! Site: 41FY42. Texas Journal of Science 20.
Austin Phase Archeology
Suhm, Dee Ann
1957 Excavations at the Smith Rockshelter, Travis County, Texas. Texas Journal of Science 9.
Jelks, Edward B.
1962 The Kyle Site: A Stratified Central Texas Aspect Site in Hill County, Texas. Department of Anthropology, Archeology Series 5, The University of Texas at Austin.
Ricklis, Robert A.
1994 Occupations in the Project Area during the Austin Interval, or Early Part of the Late Prehistoric Period. In Archaic and Late Prehistoric Human Ecology in the Middle Onion Creek Valley, Hays County, Texas by Robert A. Ricklis and Michael B. Collins. Studies in Archeology 19, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin..
Creel, Darrell G and Glenn T. Goode
1997 The Heard Schoolhouse Site, 41UV86. In Hot Rock Cooking on the Greater Edwards Plateau: Four Burned Rock Midden Sites in West Central Texas by Stephen L. Black, Linda W. Ellis, Darrell G. Creel, and Glenn T. Goode, Vol. 1. Studies in Archeology 22, Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin.