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Author: James A. For,James Alfred Ford
ISBN13: 978-0527032302
Title: Ceramic Decorating Sequence at an Old Indian Village Site Near Sicily Island, Louisiana (Anthropological Study (Louisiana. Dept. of Conservation), No. 1.)
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Ceramic Decorating Sequence at an Old Indian Village Site Near Sicily Island, Louisiana (Anthropological Study (Louisiana. Dept. of Conservation), No. 1.) by James A. For,James Alfred Ford



of Conservation), No. ISBN: 0527032301. ISBN13: 9780527032302. Ceramic Decoration Sequence at an Old Indian Village Site Near Sicily Island, Louisiana. by James Alfred Ford.

Anthropological Study No. 1, Department of Conservation, Louisiana Geological Survey, 39 p. 5 plates, 12 figs. Forrest E. Clements. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views.

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of Conservation), No. Anthropological Study No. Anthropological study. Indian Pottery Old  PotteryStuff. Physicists Study Homer's Iliad. Ceramic decoration sequence at an old Indian village site near Sicily Island, Louisiana (Louisiana. Department of conservation. Book of. Fremont Indian village in Goshen Daily Herald.

Ceramic Decoration Sequence at an Old Indian Village Site near Sicily Island, Louisiana. 1. by J. A. Ford. Crooks Site, A Marksville Period Burial Mound In La Salle Parish, Louisiana. 3. Ford and G. R. Wiley. The Kleinpeter Site (16EBR5): The History and Archaeology of a Multicomponent Site in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. by Dennis Jones, Carl Kuttruff, Malcolm Shuman and Joe Stevenson.

Author of A quantitative method for deriving cultural chronology, Ceramic decoration sequence at an old Indian village site near Sicily Island, Louisiana, The Tchefuncte culture, an early occupation of the lower Mississippi Valley, Surface survey of the Virú Valleu, Peru, Greenhouse: a Troyville-Coles Creek period site in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, Hopewell culture burial mounds near Helena, Arkansas, Método cuantitativo para establecer cronologías culturales, The Tchefuncte culture. The Tchefuncte culture, an early occupation of the lower Mississippi Valley.

Analysis of Indian Village Site Collections from Louisiana and Mississippi.

James Alfred Ford was an American archaeologist. He was born in Water Valley, Mississippi, on February 12, 1911. In 1933 Ford build a tentative chronology of the cultures on the lower Mississippi River. Between 1933 and 1934, he worked at the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Georgia, under Arthur Randolph Kelly.