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Chapter 2 - Research Laboratories of Archaeology, UNC-Chapel Hill
These fabric-marked Early Woodland period ceramic wares, which Caldwell ( 1958) ... diversified, use of the Piedmont inter-riverine zones during the Late Archaic period ... Woodland trends of population growth with increasing aggregation and ..... earthen substructure platform mounds, are widely but sparsely arrayed along ...
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prehistoric archaeology in the southeastern united states, 1970—1985
archaeological activity remained modest well into the early decades of this century. It was not ... prehistoric mounds and villages were completely excavated, yielding data on ... increasing sophistication in the analysis of floral remains, has greatly ex- .... evidence for human settlement of the Eastern Woodlands much prior to.
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From Dalton to Shamans - Old Stagecoach Stop
burial mounds and carvings are unique. ... men carved symbols of Earth Mother, ... and animal remains), pottery, mortuary ... In late prehistory, mound ... 8500- 7900 B.C.), and by extension the Dalton period, .... well as cultural trends that were, in ... the Early Archaic to Late Woodland ... margins and increasing use of aquatic.
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A History of Tennessee Archaeology - Department of Anthropology
that constructed numerous burial and platform mounds, earthen enclosures, as well ... This early period of exploratory archaeology in Tennessee was conducted ... application to dating archaeological sites arguably makes Fiske one of the earliest ..... which is now considered a Late Archaic through Late Woodland culture ...
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Ancestor Veneration as a Component of House Identity Formation in
Archaic and Early Woodland Periods that people in this region began to ... W.C. Mills' excavation at the Adena Mound in Ohio's Scioto River Valley ( .... Instead, it seems more appropriate to make use of a concept that has many of .... Elaboration of mortuary shrines, including burial in more lasting and ..... Settlement Trends.
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Geophysical Study at Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park
The hilltop enclosure dates to the Middle Woodland Period, ... archaeological deposits within the enclosure and mounds. ... associated with prehistoric use of the site, especially within the Eastern ..... Old Stone Fort Earthen Embankments . ..... compared to the Late Archaic and Early Woodland record (Anderson and Mainfort ...
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Archaeological Investigations of the Early and Late Fort Ancient
The Howard site contains the remains of an early Fort Ancient hamlet and a late. Fort Ancient/Contact period village. ... ceramic and Type 2 Fine Triangular projectile points, while the late Fort ...... groundstone, and bone tools used for specialized tasks. ... During the Middle Woodland, burial mounds and earthen enclosures ...
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SOUTH APPALACHIAN MISSISSIPPIAN AND - Tulane University
differentiation within late prehistoric and protohistoric ' communities in ... platform mound and village, and a protohistoric Cherokee town with a public structure ...
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2015 Indiana Archaeology Journal Vol. 10, No. 1 - IN.gov
used in their articles. .... Mounds site, specifically analyses of the distribution and meaning of plainware ... Late Archaic Glacial Kame, historic battlefield archaeology, and public ... include the Woodland, Mississippian periods as well as late 1800s historic archaeology, .... A notable trend has been the greatly increased use of.
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PDF (3M) - National Park Service
Making the report available meets the criteria of 43CFR Part 7, Subpart A, Section 7.18 .... Note the trolley tracks and abundance of automobiles at this early date. .... into four distinct but interrelated periods (Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, and .... burial and other kinds of earthen mounds along bluffs that lined river valleys.
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Cultural Resources Overview - The Forest History Society
Woodland Stage .... This perspective should help in making decisions which will affect us in the ... sampling survey mentioned above, to be used as an additional ... The mounds in the southeastern United States sparked the curiosity of early relic hunters ...... noteworthy trend during the late Archaic was increasing cultural.
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Part 1 - Valley Conservation Council
Archaic Period ... Farming, Soil Depletion, and Early Conservation Measures . .... plan for a future that includes population growth and increased demand on ... used in making public and private land use decisions. .... of the Woodland period is the burial mound. Early in the period, mounds contained ..... and an earthen floor.
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McConnell Springs in Historical Perspective
(Kentucky Archaeological Survey) for use by teachers in a Project Archaeology ... At the conclusion of that early phase of research, the springs' history .... The Woodland Period (3000-1000 years ago). .... Adena burial mound and engraved tablet. 11. ..... economy in which a greatly increased food supply could be produced.
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abstracts of the saa 80th annual meeting 822 - Society for American
Thus, the transition to knapping in the late Pliocene may have been due to a ... testing, we can make more informed interpretations of past population health, as it relates to ... from the later Neolithic period such as Qijia culture, people started to use ..... features of anthropogenic origin, which include mounds, earth lodge ...
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symposium abstracts - Society for American Archaeology
[2] GENERAL SESSION □ RESEARCH ON LATE ARCHAIC AND. POVERTY POINT .... studies are of great use to those engaged in forensic work. .... greatly increased our knowledge of settlement patterns in this area ... ARCHAIC AND WOODLAND PERIODS ... Prehistoric archaeological sites and earthen monuments.
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ABSTRACTS OF THE SAA 81ST ANNUAL MEETING 1 THE
Woodlands, zooarchaeologists from multiple institutions are exploring the ..... ceramic production, use, and discard to advance understanding of the role of .... an outgrowth of trends that first appear in the late Preceramic Period. ... preservation of earthen architecture, agricultural fields, and in situ artifacts buried beneath ...
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THE HISTORY, SYMBOLISM, SPIRITUALITY, AND
of the Jingle Dress Dance of the Eastern Woodland Indians submitted by .... Illustration: The Mounds are deciphered, Ceram, C.W., "Der Erste. Amerikaner" ... tools, the weaving of cloth, coloured beads, etc., all of which greatly effected the ... renewal. With the above focus in mind, it is worth mentioning that, until the early- to.
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