The Langford site was excavated by J. A. Walters in 1960. The site is located on an alluvial terrace overlooking the Sabine River, not far downstream from the confluence of Harris Creek with the river. During that work, a Caddo house and several midden deposits were investigated, along with nine Middle Caddo period burials; Walters provides a description of Burials 1-7. The nine burials contain only 16 vessels (1.78 vessels per burial), among them a beaker with engraved rattlesnakes, and a platform pipe. One of the points is a dart point in the fill of Burial 8, but the other is a small stemmed arrow point embedded in bone in the groin area of Burial 1. Authors: Timothy K. Perttula, Mark Walters, Shawn Marceaux, et al.
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