The Tchefuncte culture, an early occupation of the lower Mississippi Valley
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The Tchefuncte culture, an early occupation of the lower Mississippi Valley. James Alfred Ford, George Irving Quimby, Charles E. (Charles Ernest) Snow. Memoirs ; no. 2. Menasha, Wis: published jointly by the Society for American Archaeology and the Louisiana State University Press. 1945 ( tDAR id: 189322)
165-1-64-59 • Antiquities • Ceramic Analysis • Cranial Morphology • Indians of North America • Lithic Analysis • Mandeville Ceramic Series • mortuary practices • Tchefuncte Ceramic Series • Works Progress Administration
16OR1 • 16OR2 • 16OR3 • 16OR4 • 16OR5 • 16OR6 • 22025 (Fips Code) • 22071 (Fips Code) • 22097 (Fips Code) • 22099 (Fips Code) • 22103 (Fips Code) • 22113 (Fips Code) • Catahoula (County) • COASTAL LOWLANDS • Coastal Plain • Louisiana • Louisiana (State / Territory) • LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY • North America (Continent) • Orleans (County) • St. Landry (County) • St. Martin (County) • St. Tammany (County) • United States of America (Country) • Vermilion (County)
min long: -92.739; min lat: 29.482 ; max long: -89.505; max lat: 31.972 ;
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Sponsor(s): Works Progress Administration
NADB document id number(s): 4051264
lcc(s): E51 .S7 no. 2
NADB citation id number(s): 000000075339
General Note: American antiquity.
General Note: Bibliography: p. 110-113.
General Note: On cover: Supplement to American antiquities, volume x, no. 3, pt. 2, 1945.
General Note: Society for American Archaeology.