Work resumed last Tuesday at the Kemosabe Project in Kerr County. Twelve 30 centimeter diameter auger holes were drilled in a north/south grid in an attempt to begin to localize where one by one meter test units will later be located. The property has several sites already defined on it and the prospects for additional ones, including Early Archaic, is very good. Auger Work will continue in the coming weeks to expand the auger grid, close out the units at one site containing a fire cracked rock scatter and further define boundaries of other various sites.”
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