One of the main roads into northeast Texas during the1800s, the historic route known as Trammel’s Trace followed an old Indian trail, the Hasinai Trace, to connect Nacogdoches with the Red River. (www.trammelstrace.org) indicates that these trails passed close by the Pine Tree Mound site.
Clovis is the oldest flint point type that has been recognized in North America. The Clovis culture is approximately 12,500 years old. Clovis points have even been found with Mammoth bones, including such a find at the Miami site in the Texas Panhandle.
This footprint was cast near Glen Rose Texas at the Paluxy River. It measures 14 inches long, 7 wide. Paleontologists say the print is from a female. The cross cuts are from compression studies indicating that this person was approximately 10 feet tall and weighing 1,000 pounds. The human foot is that of an average female size 8.5. The casting is courtesy of Mt. Blanco Museum, Crosbyton TX.