Looking into the Spring Lake time machine
By ANITA MILLER
When most people look into Spring Lake, they see the fish and turtles and kabomba plants that live in its crystal-clear water. When Fritz
Hanselman peers into the lake, he sees a time machine.
“What’s really unique about Spring Lake is the fact that the earlier period of Texas is well represented, from Clovis and Paleo indians through the
early and middle and late archaic to the late prehistoric and into the historic and modern,” Hanselman, of the Meadows Center for Water and
the Environment, said.
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