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Prehistory: First Inhabitants
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Texas Early History
First Early Inhabitants of Texas
Early history examines the archaeological record that tells the story of the first inhabitants of Texas. Learn about the prehistory and culture of the first early inhabitants, and what lessons it might teach us about the early history of Texas.
Texas First Early Inhabitants Timeline
Early History of Native Americans in Texas
The Indigenous People of Texas
Evidence of human habitation in the area now known as Texas dates back roughly 11,000 years. Archaeologists have found this evidence by looking at several types of sites, including camp sites where people lived; quarries where people cut away stone to use as tools; kill-sites, with evidence of hunters and the remains of their prey, and cave painting sites. For example, a site in Val Verde County, Texas, contains the bones of a large number of bison, along with fragments from the weapons used to kill them and tools used to cut away the meat. This cave dates to nearly 10,000 years ago.
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