Long Island (N.Y.) (Geographic Keyword)

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An ancient village site of the Shinnecock Indians (1924)
DOCUMENT Citation Only M. R. (Mark Raymond) Harrington.

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Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christina Rieth. Robert J. Hasenstab. Timothy L. Binzen. Edward V. Curtin. Kerry L. Nelson. Jessica Schreyer. Niels R. Rinehart. Brian D. Jones. Philip A. Perazio. David J. Bernstein. Michael J. Lenardi. Sara A. Grills. Brian Grills. Laurie Rush. Amy Wood. Margaret Schulz. Cynthia M. Blakemore. Nancy Herter. Douglas Mackey. Patricia E. Miller. Nina Versaggi. Christopher D. Hohman. Kurt W. Carr.

Small lithic sites (or scatters) represent one of the most common site types identified in the Northeast. These sites are commonly identified in both upland and lowland settings and represent areas where resource extraction, processing, and collection often take place. Some of these small sites may also contain residual evidence of overnight or temporary lodging and meal preparation activities (Piles and Wilcox 1978; Means 1999; Rieth 2003a; Shen 2001). In this way, these small sites offer a...