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HOLDING SITE: A Hopewell Community in the American Bottom. Vol. 19 (American Bottom Archaeology) epub

by Andrew C Fortier


HOLDING SITE: A Hopewell Community in the American Bottom. Vol. 19 (American Bottom Archaeology) epub

ISBN: 0252010817

ISBN13: 978-0252010811

Author: Andrew C Fortier

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Illinois Transportation; Har/Dskt edition (September 1, 1989)

Pages: 659 pages

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University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1989. xxvii + 659 p. figures, plates, tables, appendices, references. C. Russell Stafford (a1). Indiana State University.

University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1989.

The Holding Site: A Hopewell Community in the American Bottom, American Bottom Archeology FAI-270 Site Reports, Vol. 19, University of Illinois Press, Urbana. Archaeological History of Ohio, Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus.

Find nearly any book by Andrew C. Fortier. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. 19 (American Bottom Archaeology): HOLDING SITE: A Hopewell Community in the American Bottom. 19 (American Bottom Archaeology): ISBN 9780252010811 (978-0-252-01081-1) Softcover, Illinois Transportation, 1989. The Missouri Pacific Site (FAI-270 Series). by Andrew C. Fortier, Dale L. McElrath.

Holding Site: a Hopewell Community in the American Bottom (11-MS-118). oceedings{, title {Holding Site: a Hopewell Community in the American Bottom (11-MS-118)}, author {Andrew Fortier and Thomas O. Maher and James A. Williams and Michael C. Meinkoth and Kathryn E R Parker and Lucretia S. Kelly}, year {1989} }.

Andrew Fortier of University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL (UIUC) .

Andrew Fortier of University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL (UIUC) Read 21 publications Contact Andrew Fortier View. The Ringering Site and the Archaic-Woodland Transition in the American Bottom.

American Bottom Archaeology FAI-270 Site Reports Vol. University of Illinois Press, Urbana 1989 Site Interpretation

American Bottom Archaeology FAI-270 Site Reports Vol. University of Illinois Press, Urbana 1989 Site Interpretation. In The Holding Site (11-Ms-118): A Hopewell Community in the American Bottom, by Andrew C. Fortier, Thomas O. Maher, Joyce A. Williams, Michael C. Meinkoth, Kathryn E. Parker, and Lucretia S. Kelly, pp. 555-583. American Bottom Archaeology FAI-270 Site Reports Vol. University of Illinois Press, Urbana 2006 The Land between Two Traditions: Middle Woodland Societies of the American Bottom.

American Bottom during the Middle Woodland Period (BC 150- AD 350) Possible Shatter Zone ? . References, Fortier, . 1989 Site Interpretation

American Bottom during the Middle Woodland Period (BC 150- AD 350) Possible Shatter Zone ? Struever 1964 Fortier (2006) points to migration from. 1989 Site Interpretation. University of Illinois Press, Urbana 2006 The Land . 125-318. Unive rsity of Illinois Press, Urbana. Morgan, David T. 1985 Ceramic Analysis.

American Bottoms archaeology. The faunal data from Fish Lake and other Late Prehistoric sites provide increased insight on animal remains and ritual behavior in the American Bottom. Late Woodland Effigy Vessels from the American Bottom.

One of a series of archaeological reports by the U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, of findings within the right-of-way of Federal Aid Interstate 270 in the American Bottom in Monroe, St. Clair, and Madison counties, Illinois. The Holding site provided much material on Indian occupation around A.C. 99, near to the midpoint of the Middle Woodland life span in western Illinois. No index. Acidic paper. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.