An extensive alluvial deposit in northeastern Texas is here described and named the Sulphur River Formation. Twenty-one mammals from these deposits are identified and grouped under the name Ben Franklin local fauna. Fossils and radiocarbon dates indicate that the age of the fauna is Late Wisconsin.
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Slaughter, Bob H. and Hoover, B. Reed
"Sulphur River Formation and the Pleistocene Mammals of the Ben Franklin Local Fauna,"
Journal of the Graduate Research Center: Vol. 31:
3, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholar.smu.edu/journal_grc/vol31/iss3/2