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In most ways, I see the Hinojosa site today pretty much as I did in 1986, but archeological research elsewhere over the last two decades allows me to refine some inferences.
And here I try to paint a broader picture of life 600 years ago for a wider audience.
It is to be expected that other archeologists today and in the future may take issue with some of my interpretations. I see the Hinjosa as a base camp or rancheria (temporary village) reoccupied by members of a single group of native people over no more than several generations, perhaps less.
Despite unresolved radiocarbon dating inconsistencies, the bulk of the assays suggest the main (and perhaps the only) occupation period was during the latter half of the 14th century (A. 1350-1400), coinciding with the initial spread of the Toyah cultural horizon into the region.