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The John Ellis site is about 0.5 miles south of the Middle Caddo Jamestown Mound site (41SM54), a large site with seven known earthen mounds as well as midden and habitation deposits (Perttula 1989; Perttula and Walker 2008). The John Ellis site has a single mound, approximately 9.5 m in diameter, and Mr. J. A. Walters identified two Caddo house structures just to the south and the northeast of the mound. A single burial was discovered and excavated about 1.8 m west of the southern end of the mound. This burial, in a 2.1 x 2.0 m pit, contained three ceramic vessels and a polished clay pipe stem. Authors:Timothy K. Perttula, Mark Walters, Shawn Marceaux and Bo Nelson

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Mar-201541SM246_V134Selden Jr., Robert Z.
Mar-201541SM246_158Selden Jr., Robert Z.
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