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Native American ceramic shards recovered by archaeologists near San Pedro Creek. Photo: Kay Hindes, San Antonio; Courtesy: San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation and Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio. Native American ceramic shards recovered by archaeologists near San Pedro Creek.

Bison, deer, and antelope were plentiful, as were fish and shellfish in the creek. Wild plants provided fruits, nuts, roots, and berries. The area was also home to mammals that are now extinct.

This unwritten chapter in San Pedro Creek’s story went on and on for centuries. And it’s filled with mysteries that will never be solved and adventures that will never be recounted. Today, however, you can actually walk in the place where they happened.

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