Late Archaic (Other Keyword)

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Archaeological Investigation IN the Indian Creek Valley of NW Jasper County, Phase II and Supplemental Phase I Investigations of Primary Roads Project NHS-65-4(76)--19-77 (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joe Alan Artz.

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Archaeological Investigation on Elk Creek Phase II Investigation at 13Dt107, Primary Roads Project Stp-2-5(18)--20-27, A.K.A. PIN 85-27010-2, Decatur County (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only K. Kris Hirst.

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An Archaeological Test of Two Sites within Lomas Verdes Estates: CAL A:16:19 and CAL A:16:20 (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Judy A. Berryman.

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Elemental Analysis of Late Archaic Copper from the McQueen Shell Ring, St. Catherines Island, Georgia (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark Hill. Gregory Lattanzi. Matthew Sanger. Matthew Napolitano. Laure Dussubieux.

Excavations conducted at the McQueen Shell Ring site on St Catherines Island off the coast of Georgia recovered several fragments of a copper artifact. These fragments represent an artifact made from a thin sheet of copper, and were recovered from a Late Archaic feature with calibrated radiocarbon dates placing its use between 2300 and 1800 BC. Seven of these fragments were analyzed at the Elemental Analysis Facility of the Chicago Field Museum of Natural History to determine elemental...


Episodic Habitation in an Eolian Environment, 1350 B.C. - A.D. 900, Useppa Island, Coastal Southwest Florida (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Karen Walker. William Marquardt. Arianne Boileau. Ann Cordell. Donna Ruhl.

Excavations (2012) on southwest Florida’s subtropical Useppa Island revealed a stratigraphic sequence of alternating eolian-sand and shell-midden layers, mostly dating from 1350 to 1000 B.C., with the highest midden dating to A.D. 900. Predictably, the Late Archaic artifact assemblages (pottery, shell artifacts, etc.) differ greatly from the younger Caloosahatchee IIB one. However, surprisingly the invertebrate faunal assemblages also differ. And there is a general dearth of fish remains in the...


A Fashionable Neighborhood: Archaic Settlement in Eastern Connecticut (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ora Elquist.

Regional studies of eastern Connecticut suggest seasonal movements between valley lowlands and uplands along the Connecticut River Valley, and year-round occupation of the Northeastern Highlands by mobile groups during the Archaic. The Public Archaeology Laboratory recently excavated a complex of sites in the Susquetonscut Brook drainage, a minor tributary located in a transitional zone between river valley lowlands and highlands. This site complex contains a wide range of occupation types, and...


Herring, Rattlesnakes and More: Recent Research on the Late Archaic in Southwestern New Hampshire (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert Goodby.

Sites in Swanzey and Hinsdale, New Hampshire illustrate the dynamism of the Late Archaic period in the Connecticut River drainage of southwestern New Hampshire. Longstanding economic patterns centered around the hunting of timber rattlesnakes at the Wantastiquet Mountain site and the harvesting of anadromous fish at the Swanzey Fish Dam begin during this period, establishing practices that continue throughout the Woodland and even survive the tumult of the early decades of European...


Late Archaic Body Worlds: Some Preliminary Thoughts (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Creese.

The Terminal Archaic (ca. 4000-3000 cal. BP) marked an important turning point in the upper Midwest. New relationships among persons, landscapes, and material culture emerged that, in many ways, set a pattern for the next two millennia. This paper makes a preliminary effort to interpret these changes in terms of shifting ontologies of the body. Of particular interest is the emergence of clear spatial divisions between the living and the dead on the landscape. Other patterns include the elaborate...


Late Archaic Plant Remains from the Québec City Area (Canada) (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marie-Annick Prevost.

It is more and more recognized that mobile hunter-gatherers can have a significant impact on their environment. In the Northeast, one of the traits of the Late Archaic period is the intense consumption of nuts and acorns and possible management of this key resource to increase its productivity. The botanical macro-remains recovered at the site of côte Rouge, located near Québec City, indicate that butternuts and hazelnuts were indeed consumed but their low densities in the archaeological record...


Letter Report: Recommendation Concerning Sites 13Vb612,13Vb147,13Vb104 IN Relation to Revised Plans for Bridge Replacement Project BRS-7869(7) Aka FHWA 330020, Van Buren County (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joe Alan Artz.

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MB #33 Precontact Site, Moreau, NY
PROJECT Uploaded by: Justin DiVirgilio

Digital resources from Phase II and III investigations at the MB #33 precontact site on the Batten Kill in the Town of Moreau, Saratoga County, NY. Surveys conducted by Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc. on behalf of National Grid, Inc.


Mobile Home Estates. (1975)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stanley R. Berryman.

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More to the (Poverty) Point: Investigation of a Previously Unknown Mound (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Diana Greenlee. Rinita Dalan. Thurman Allen.

Poverty Point, recently inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage List, is a monumental earthworks site built ca. 3700-3100 BP by hunter-fisher-gatherers. Until very recently, the original Late Archaic configuration was believed to include four mounds; six concentric, semi-elliptical, earthen ridges; and a large interior plaza. A fifth mound was added about 1800 years later. In August 2013, a small, suspicious rise in the woods on the northeast edge of the Poverty Point monumental core was...


PHASE I ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF APPROXIMATELY 44 ACRES IN AREA E OF THE SAGE MILL/PINE TREE TRACT PROJECT HERCULES AIKEN COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kimberly Nagle. Heather Jones.

"On behalf of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A., S&ME has completed a Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 44 acres in Area E of the Sage Mill/Pine Tree Tract for Project Hercules in Aiken County, South Carolina (Figures 1 and 2). Fieldwork for the project was done in anticipation of compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, and was conducted in general accordance with S&ME Proposal Number 1616-8318-11, dated August 16, 2011."


A Phase I Archaeological Survey of Primary Roads Project F-92-4(1)--21-61 A.K.A. PIN 86-61020-1. Madison County (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael R. Fosha.

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A Phase I Cultural Resource Survey for a Proposed Borrow Area Mott Township, Franklin County (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy Roberts.

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A Phase I Cultural Resource Survey for a Proposed Road Improvement, Mott and Ross Township, Franklin County (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy Roberts.

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A Phase I Cultural Resource Survey for PA Proposed Road Improvement Project and Three Associated Borrow Location, County Route C25, Marion and Mott Townships, Franklin County (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy Roberts. Jonathan Sellars.

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Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations, St. Anne's Shrine Cottage Construction, Isle la Motte, Vermont
PROJECT Uploaded by: Justin DiVirgilio

Phase I, II, and III investigations of a multicomponent precontact site on Isle la Motte, VT, one of several small islands in the widest part of Lake Champlain. Includes pottery analysis and components dating to the Late Archaic, Middle Woodland, and Late Woodland/Contact periods.


Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations, St. Anne's Shrine Cottage, Isle La Motte, Vermont (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc..

Final .pdf report of all three phases of investigations at the small site. Includes pottery, macrobotanical, and faunal analyses in the appendix. Multicomponent site with Late Archaic, Middle Woodland, Late Woodland, and Contact period elements.


Phase IB Cultural Resource Survey, Millersville Sanitary Landfill, Anne Arundel County, Maryland (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Louis Berger & Associates, Inc..

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Phase II Archeological Site Evaluations, National Grid Mohican-Batten Kill 115 kV Transmission Line, Towns of Fort Edward and Moreau, Washington and Saratoga Counties, NY (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc..

Phase II archeological site evaluation of two precontact sites in Moreau and Ft. Edward, NY, on the Hudson River. Locational information redacted since not all of the site was mitigated during the subsequent Phase III survey. MB #81 on the east bank of the river in Ft. Edward dates to the Late Archaic period. MB #33 on the west bank of the river in Moreau dates to the Late Woodland. This site was later partly mitigated.


Phase II Investigation of 13Bt13, Primary Roads Project BRF-188-1(18)--38-12, A.K.A. PIN 86-12010-1, Butler County (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark L. Anderson. Dennis Dahms.

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Phase III Archaeological Data Recovery at the Smith Bottom Site (13Ha181) and the Allen Fan Site (13Ha385): The Middle and Late Archaic of Hardin County, Iowa, NHS-520-5(53)-19-42, A.K.A. PIN 94-42060-2 (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard L. Fishel.

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Prehistoric Tree Island Use in the Northern Everglades: New Evidence from the Late Archaic (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William Locascio. Matthew Colvin.

A season of test excavations at a late archaic tree island site in south Florida has produced several interesting, if broad, patterns in the practices of prehistoric peoples living within this landscape. Stratigraphic evidence further supported by AMS dating reveal use of the tree island spanning nearly 1000 years of periodic long-term human occupation. Evidence attests to a certain "social fabric" at the settlement, suggesting its identity as a memorable place on the landscape, a quality...