Location: Lubbock, Texas, United States
Join an ongoing field research program of international volunteer crews working with professional staff at the Lubbock Lake Landmark, Roland Springs Ranch, and Post research areas in northwest Texas. Each research area contains a field camp and food and snacks are provided at no cost. Volunteers are required to provide their own round trip travel costs.
Period(s) of Occupation: Paleoindian, Historical, Early Cattle Ranching, and Buffalo Hunters
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 6 weeks
Room and Board Arrangements
Room and board are provided free of cost
Hurst, Stance, and Eileen Johnson. "Prominent places on the landscape: Occupations at Cowhead Mesa along the eastern escarpment edge of the Southern High Plains of Texas." plains anthropologist (2016): 1-27.
Hurst, Stance, Doug Cunningham, and Eileen Johnson. "Experiments in Late Archaic methods of heat-treating Ogallala Formation quartzarenite clasts along the Southern High Plains eastern escarpment of Texas." Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 3 (2015): 207-215.
Moretti, John A., and Eileen Johnson. "The First Record of the Jumping Mouse Zapus from the Southern High Plains." PaleoAmerica 1, no. 1 (2015): 121-123.
Murphy, Laura R., Stance C. Hurst, Vance T. Holliday, and Eileen Johnson. "Late Quaternary landscape evolution, soil stratigraphy, and geoarchaeology of the Caprock Canyonlands, Northwest Texas, USA." Quaternary International 342 (2014): 57-72.
Backhouse, Paul N., Eileen Johnson, and Doug Cunningham. "The Bouchier cache: a biface cache from the western Rolling Plains of Texas." Plains Anthropologist 55.214 (2010): 169-180.
Hurst, Stance, Eileen Johnson, Zaneta Martinez McCoy, and Doug Cunningham. "The lithology of Ogallala gravels and hunter‐gatherer procurement strategies along the Southern High Plains eastern escarpment of Texas, USA." Geoarchaeology 25, no. 1 (2010): 96-121.
Hurst, Stance, Elizabeth Louden, and Eileen Johnson. "Unravelling the Cowhead Mesa petroglyphs with 3-D laser scanning and high-resolution digital photography." Rock Art Research: The Journal of the Australian Rock Art Research Association (AURA) 26, no. 1 (2009): 43.
Backhouse, Paul N., Eileen Johnson, and Doug Cunningham. "Lithic technology and toolstone variability at two gravel exposures neighboring the eastern Llano Estacado." Plains Anthropologist 54, no. 211 (2009): 259-279.
Backhouse, Paul N., and Eileen Johnson. "Where were the hearths: an experimental investigation of the archaeological signature of prehistoric fire technology in the alluvial gravels of the Southern Plains." Journal of archaeological science 34, no. 9 (2007): 1367-1378.
Johnson, Eileen, and Vance T. Holliday. "Lubbock Lake: Late Quaternary cultural and environmental change on the southern High Plains, USA." Journal of Quaternary Science 4.2 (1989): 145-165.
Holliday, Vance T. "Archaeological geology of the Lubbock Lake site, southern High Plains of Texas." Geological Society of America Bulletin 96.12 (1985): 1483-1492.
Johnson, Eileen, Vance T. Holliday, Michael J. Kaczor, and Robert Stuckenrath. "Garza Occupation at the Lubbock Lake Site." Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society 48 (1977): 83-109.