Journal of Texas Archeology and History.org has been established to protect. preserve and promote archeology and history. Through public outreach, publishing and distribution. Our signature work is a peer-reviewed publication that promotes professional and scholastic level research in the fields of archeology and history regarding a geographic region centered around the State of Texas that includes Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and the northern portions of Mexico. We call this region the “Texas Borderlands”.
The “Journal” is an open-access online publication whose text will be discoverable via Google Scholar and other prominent search engines. It is freely available to authors and readers worldwide. It is word searchable in common .PDF file format and indexed to be discoverable on the internet. We have no deadline for authors to meet; simply submit when the manuscript is complete to be promptly forwarded to our Editors for review. Upon peer review and approval by our Editor-in-Chief and final preparation for publication, it will be immediately published in the online journal. Volumes close on December 31 and the next volume is begun on January 01.
Because the Journal is a 100% digital publication, authors may take full advantage of technology to enhance their article through use of features not available in traditional publications. These enhancements include: extensive color, high-resolution photography, video clips and embedded sound bites, 3-D interactive renderings, and hypertext links to outside content and websites.
Website design by Vanessa Davis who also serves as webmaster.