Much of the ·work of exploration for Pleistocene vertebrates has been done in the last sixty years; but some was done at a period as remote as the first days of the Republic of Texas. William P. Huff, merchant of San Felipe, the summer of 1837 found proboscidean and other remains at the shoals of the Brazos, a few miles below San Felipe. He built up a collection.
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Geiser, S. W.
"Collectors Of Pleistocene Vertebrates In Early Texas. I. William P. Huff (1811-86),"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 13
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