Iroquoian (Culture Keyword)

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Aboriginal Shell-Heaps of the Middle Atlantic Tidewater Region (1907)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. H. Holmes.

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Chunkey Stone Images #1 (2018)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Engelbrecht.

Images of possible chunkey stones from Iroquoian sites.


Chunkey Stone Images #2 (2018)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Engelbrecht.

Images of possible chunkey stones from Iroquoian sites.


Coalescent Communities in Iroquoian Ontario (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jennifer Birch.

This study documents and theorizes the processes behind the coalescence of ancestral Huron-Wendat populations on the north shore of Lake Ontario. A multiscalar analytical approach is employed to examine settlement aggregation at the regional, local and community levels. The study draws upon cross-cultural models of coalescent societies and the archaeology of communities while being theoretically situated within an historical-processual approach. The settlement data presented demonstrate that...


Culture Problem in Ohio Archaeology
DOCUMENT Citation Only H. C. Shetrone.

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Iroquoian Chunkey Data (2018)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Engelbrecht.

This file contains data on possible Iroquoian chunkey stones.


MACROFLORAL ANALYSIS AND AMS RADIOCARBON DATING OF MATERIAL FROM THE BRINK FARM SITE (A10709.000012), NEW YORK (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman. R.A. Varney.

The fill of a large storage pit/refuse pit at the Brink Farm site (A10709.000012) in south central New York was examined for macrofloral remains. Two charcoal samples from this pit also were identified to determine the best charcoal to process for AMS radiocarbon analysis. The feature is believed to be associated with an Iroquoian habitation site located along the Susquehanna River. Macrofloral analysis will be used to provide information concerning plant resources utilized by the occupants...


More Possible Chunkey Stones (2018)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Engelbrecht.

Images of possible chunkey stones submitted to Bill Engelbrecht by Jennifer Birch from the Onondaga sites of Burke and Schoff and images submitted by Ellie McDowell-Louden from a fish weir site along the Otselic River (south of Syracuse).


Osteological Data Recovery and Analysis at U.S. Marine Corps Base, Camp LeJeune, North Carolina (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas C. Loftfield.

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Stone Tool-making at Two Sixteenth Century Cayuga Sites (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathleen Allen. Sandra Katz.

Cowan’s (1999, 2003) research on small Iroquoian camp sites in New York State demonstrated that analyses of stone tools and debitage assemblages enable archaeologists to investigate which type of stone tool industry was emphasized at a site (core flaking versus biface reduction) and to draw inferences about site function. This study illustrates the broader applicability of Cowan’s approach for conducting micro-scalar analyses of technological organization. We compared debitage assemblages...


Village Sites and Traders' Articles of the Upper West Branch (1923)
DOCUMENT Citation Only T. B. Stewart.

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