Reconstructed drawing of an earthenware olla (water jug) found at the Possum Hollow site (41LK201), a Toyah campsite now located beneath the waters of Choke Canyon Reservoir. Although that site dates somewhat later than the Hinojosa site, the bone-tempered pottery found at both sites is part of the same Toyah pottery-making tradition. From Highley 1986, Figure 40.
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