The one ceramic vessel from the Joe Meyers Place, on Saline Creek in the Neches River basin, discussed in this report is in the Bernie Ward collection. According to Johnson, the Joe Meyers Place is primarily an Early Caddo habitation site (with a midden deposit) and cemetery, and at least seven burial features. However, Late Caddo Frankston phase ceramics and one whole vessel of Poynor Engraved were found by the East Texas Archeological Society in 1957 and indicate some use of the site by the Caddo after ca. A.D. 1400. Authors: Timothy K. Perttula, Mark Walters, Shawn Marceaux, et al.
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