|Author:||Warren L. Wittry|
|Title:||The Holdener Site: Late Woodland, Emergent Mississippian, and Mississippian Occupations in the American Bottom Uplands (American Bottom Archaeology)|
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|Publisher:||Illinois Transportation Archaeological Research Program; First Edition edition (December 3, 1984)|
American Bottom archaeology ; v. 26. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -164). Geographic Name: Holdener Site (Il. Geographic Name: American Bottom (Il. Antiquities. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The Holdener site : late Woodland, emergent Mississippian and Mississippian occupations in the American Bottom uplands (11-S-685), Warren L. Wittry.
American Bottom Archaeology, FAI-270 Site Reports. Illinois Department of Transportation and University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1994. xv + 164 p. figures, tables, plates, references. Recommend this journal.
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Late Woodland, Emergent Mississippian, and Mississippian Occupations in the American Bottom Uplands (11-S-685). Vol. This volume represents a revised version of Report 84 which was originally submitted by the FAI-270 Archaeological Mitigation Project to the Illinois Department of Transportation. Each of the descriptive site reports presents a detailed summary of the archaeography of a particular site investigated by the Project. previous book next book. Stealing Indian Women. Native Slavery in the Illinois Country. Wampum and the Origins of American Money. Music of the First Nations. The Controversy over Native American Representations in Sports. Andrew C. Billings and Jason Edward Black. The Shawnees and Their Neighbors, 1795-1870.
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This final addition to the American Bottom Archaeology series reports on the Dash Reeves site, an extensive Middle Woodland habitation site that represents a major floodplain village and locality for the production of stone tools. The village area consists of clusters of pits and a dense refuse heap containing hundreds of diagnostic Middle Woodlands artifacts: an extensive collection of lamellar blades and blade cores, projectile points, Hill Lake ceramics, a diversity of flake, blade, and core tools, and several exotic Hopewell-like pieces, including earspool and human figurine fragments. 25: The Lohmann Site: An Early Mississippian Center in the American Bottom. Duane Esarey and Timothy R. Pauketat with contributions by Sharron K. Santore, Richard W. Yerkes, Sissel Johannessen, Paula G. Cross, and George R. Milner.
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