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After looking around more, he found a fossilized skull, a rib, and two bones from a foot—all from a human who lived a very long time ago. This was the first discovery of the Midland Man. Glasscock didn’t disturb the site any further, but notified some archeologists he knew. Four months later, a group of archeologists from Texas and New Mexico arrived. They dug a six-foot-square pit and collected samples of animal life in order to help date the site—extinct species of horses, sloths, mammoths, and four-horned antelope were found.

He started at Florida’s western coast and made the discovery that Florida was not an island, as previously thought, but a peninsula. For weeks, they sailed farther along the Gulf Coast and were impressed when they came upon the Mississippi River. Álvarez de Pineda noted the many barrier islands of Texas and included them in the first map of the Gulf of Mexico. The Spanish began to realize that they were looking at a vast land, much larger than Spain. The Spaniards had a new goal in the New World.

The largest village was located where the city of Nacogdoches now sits. ” Now you know where the state’s name came from: it’s from the Caddo word Tejas. Caddo land was good land with pine forests and an abundance of water. Pecan and walnut trees provided nuts for eating. Another tree found near the rivers was the bois d’arc, also known as the osage orange tree. Bois d’arc was a strong yet flexible wood used for making bows for hunting and war. The Caddo used stone axes to chop down trees for their weapons or to make the frames of their homes.

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