Late Woodland (Other Keyword)

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Archaeological and Geomorphological Data Recovery at Saylorville Lake, Polk County (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patricia M. Emerson. Harlan R. Finney.

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Archaeological and Geomorphological Data Recovery at Saylorville Lake, Polk County (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patricia M. Emerson. Harlan R. Finney.

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Archaeological and Gromorphological Data Recovery at Saylorville Lake, Polk County, Tech Report (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patricia M. Emerson. Harlan R. Finney.

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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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Archaeological Testing at the Scenic Repose Site a Phase II Investigation of 13Am338. Primary Roads Project BRF-26-1(7)--38-03, Allamakee County (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James Collins.

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Bioarchaeological evidence for matrilineal descent in a 13th century Native American village (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles Boyd. Terry Melton. Donna Boyd.

The 13th Century Late Woodland Shannon site (44MY8), located near Blacksburg in Montgomery County, Virginia, was excavated in the 1960s. Excavations identified palisade lines, several circular structures, refuse-filled pits, and over 130 burials. Most burials were single, primary interments located around structures or between structures and palisade lines. Researchers have assumed that individuals buried close to one another around structures were genetically related, or at least shared clan...


Cahokian Colony or Frontier Fusion? Architectural Variability and "Mississippianization" at Aztalan, Wisconsin (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jake Pfaffenroth.

The concept of a "frontier zone" in which diverse peoples would have been equally susceptible to each others’ influences offers a dynamic and multi-scalar approach to the investigation of "Mississippianization" in Cahokia’s northern hinterland. Aztalan, a site of Mississippian and Late Woodland co-residence in southern Wisconsin (ca. AD 1100-1200), has long been interpreted as a "Mississippian town" or "Cahokian colony". Mississippian-centric interpretations have led some archaeologists to...


A comparison of lithic and ceramic artifacts from two adjacent Late Woodland villages (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Corey Frasca. Michael Carlson. Carlton Gover. Cliff Boyd.

The later Late Woodland period (A.D. 1200-1650) in Southwest Virginia saw the development of circular palisaded villages as the common settlement type. Two of these villages – 44PU8 and 44PU72 – are located 300 meters apart along the floodplain of the New River in Pulaski County, Virginia. Survey and limited test excavations of these sites between 2011 and 2014 defined the site boundaries and resulted in the identification of several features and the recovery of substantial samples of lithic and...


Environment and Culture IN the Grand River Valley: Test Excavationat 13UN143 (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael J. Perry.

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The Hatteras Project: Late Woodland Settlement and Assimilation on the Outer Banks NC (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark Horton.

Hatteras island is one of the few stable landforms on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and archaeological survey and excavation over many years has located numerous sites particularly from the Middle and Late Woodland. Our research which commenced in 2009, and has continued annually since then, has added to this archaeological record, though a community based approach, that has enabled us to work on private property and conduct over 80 test pits and excavations. The results show that Hatteras...


Holes: The Beginners Guide to Food Caching (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kathryn Frederick.

The Michigan State University Subterranean Storage Research Experiment (MSU SStoRE) employed experimental archaeology to better understand the storage efficiency, capacity, and reliability of hunter-gatherer food storage pits. Drawing on archaeological, ethnographic, and ethnohistoric information the project accurately recreated below ground storage pits for the late Late Woodland period (A.D. 1000-1600) of northern lower Michigan. Over three consecutive yearly cycles, subterranean storage...


The In-Crowd: Implications of Notable Village Features at 44CH62 – the Randy K. Wade Site (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brian Bates. Mary Farrell.

Located in the southern region of the Virginia Piedmont, the Late Woodland Randy K. Wade site (44CH62) was initially identified as a community influenced by Tidewater culture groups. In recent years, the discovery and analysis of a boundary ditch feature, fence line, and three large central post features have impacted the interpretation of the site. It is now believed that the Wade Site exhibits characteristics influenced by Mississippian culture groups in addition to a Tidewater influence....


Investigating Late Woodland Aquatic Catchments through the Reconstruction of Freshwater Mussel Habitats in Mississippi and Alabama, USA. (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarah Gilleland.

Throughout the Late Woodland of the American Southeast, prehistoric communities appear to have expanded the range of species used for food to include lesser ranked resources, resulting in increased exploitation of freshwater mussel beds. These mussel remains provide a valuable source of information about past environments during the Late Woodland. Because many mussel species are extremely sensitive to the characteristics of the waterways in which they live, the pattern of species distribution...


Learning from Disturbance: A Late Woodland-Early Mississippian Site in the Georgia Piedmont (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary Scales.

Between 2012 and 2014, the University of Georgia field school in archaeology undertook investigations at Raccoon Ridge, a highly disturbed Late Woodland-Early Mississippian site in the Georgia Piedmont. Systematic surface collections and shovel tests were used extensively to define the site’s geographical footprint. Geophysical survey, including shallow magnetic gradiometry and susceptibility, together with phosphate analysis were also utilized. Anomalies detected with these methods were...


Leeter Report: Additional Right-Of-Way Inspectionstp-2-5(18)--20-27, A.K.A. PIN 85-27010-2 Decatur County, Primary Roads (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only K. Kris Hirst.

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Letter Report: Supplemental Phase I Survey for Pcr 12(121), Des Moines County, Local Systems, BROS-9029(5)--5F-29, A.K.A. FHWA142710 (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Julie Morrow.

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MB #33 Precontact Site Artifact Inventory (2013)
DATASET Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc..

Artifact inventory from Phase II and III investigations at the MB #33 and MB #81 sites.


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.


Niche Construction and Early Agriculture in Northeastern North America (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gary Crawford.

Agriculture in the Northeast is a secondary development with research focusing on migration as a result of population growth in agricultural centers and the introduction of maize, bean, squash , sunflower and tobacco and the subsequent consequences of their introduction. Unlike pristine/primary origins whose explanations are couched in complex ecological considerations, be they interactive (ecological engineering, niche construction) or based in HBE (human behavioral ecology), ecological...


Phase 3 Investigation at 13LC17: A Randolph Phase Winter Camp IN the White Breast Creek Valley, Lucas County, Iowa (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Donna C. Roper.

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Phase Archaeological Survey for the Proposed US 127 Expansion and Bypass Around Albany, Clinton County, Kentucky (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael W. French.

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Phase I and II Archeological Investigations Performed in Association with a Proposed 115KV Transmission Line Located Near Crownsville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Hoffman.

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Phase I and Supplemental Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Black Hawk Park Recreational Trail, Black Hawk County (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Douglas W. Jones.

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Phase I Archaeological Investigations for Proposed Iowa Route 100 Improvements and Phase II Archaeological Testing of Sites 13Ln763 and 13Ln764 (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only K. Kris Hirst. Thomas J. Chadderdon.

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