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It is thought that the people made pilgrimages to the mound center nearest them.
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Paleo-Indian: 12,000 to 8,000 years ago Archaic: 8,000 to 2,000 years ago Villager/Farming: 12,000 to 500 years ago Woodland: 2000 to 1200 years ago That of the 19,000 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites documented for Oklahoma, approximately 68% are strictly prehistoric sites, 24% represent exclusively historic sites, and 8% contain both prehistoric and historic components?
(5) That nearly 10,000 prehistoric sites are known in Oklahoma, but that probably represents only 10% of the actual sites that exist? 41 are called Paleo-Indian/Archaic Farming and Historic and are described as a series of neighboring camps that may still have preserved activity areas and deposits? #12 is called Willis Point Archaic and is a potentially preserved camp of some 7,000 years of age and may have features and deposits that could yield data on activities and resources use? #28 is called Archaic and/or Woodland which was an open camp or village that may have preserved habitation features useful for studying settlement and resource uses? 4 is called an Archaic open camp that may have stratified habitation dating back to 8,000 years ago?
The big reveal follows a string of cryptic tweets the singer and coach posted this week, seeming to offer directions to a "Red River." Spoiler alert: those geographical coordinates in Shelton's final Twitter hint lead directly to Lake Texoma, a reservoir on the border of Texas and Oklahoma, where Shelton was born.
Notably, Shelton's album announcement coincides with one from Gwen Stefani -- who Shelton has been dating for nearly two years.