|Author:||James B. Stoltman|
|Title:||Groton Plantation: An Archaeological Study of a South Carolina Locality (Peabody Museum monographs, no. 1)|
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|Publisher:||Harvard University Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1974)|
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James Bernard Stoltman, American anthropologist, educator. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1957-1960. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Anthropol. Association, Current Anthropology; member Society of America Archaeology, Wisconsin Archaeol. Instructor department anthropology, Tulane University, New Orleans, 1965-1966; from assistant professor to professor anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, since 1966.
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James B Stoltman of University of Wisconsin–Madison, Wisconsin (UW) with expertise in: Medical Anthropology, Archaeology and Biological Anthropology. Anyang is a modern city in the northern Henan panhandle where two of the earliest cities developed in early Bronze Age China. Excavations in the Savannah River swamp in southeastern South Carolina have uncovered a shell midden believed to represent the accumulation of a single occupation by Savannah River Archaic peoples. A third radiocarbon date-A.
James B. Stoltman is a leading expert on the prehistory of the Midwest.
The Durango South Project: Archaeological Salvage of Two Late Basketmaker III Sites in the Durango District. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, No. 34, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1980. viii + 200 p. illus. Published online: 20 January 2017.