Late Prehistoric Maize Production Strategies in West-Central Alabama
Author(s): C. Margaret Scarry
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Late Prehistoric Maize Production Strategies in West-Central Alabama. C. Margaret Scarry. Presented at 44th Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Charleston, SC. 1987 ( tDAR id: 210789)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
EARLY MISSISSIPPIAN • LATE MISSISSIPPIAN • Late Woodland • MIDDLE MISSISSIPPIAN • MILLER III PHASE • MOUNDVILLE III PHASE • MOUNDVILLE II PHASE • MOUNDVILLE I PHASE • MOUNDVILLE IV PHASE • Protohistoric • SUMMERVILLE III PHASE • SUMMERVILLE II PHASE • SUMMERVILLE I PHASE • SUMMERVILLE IV PHASE
01107 (Fips Code) • 01125 (Fips Code) • 1PI85 • 1TU500 • Alabama (State / Territory) • BLACK WARRIOR RIVER DRAINAGE • Coastal Plain • FALL LINE HILLS • North America (Continent) • Pickens (County) • Southeast • Tombigbee River Drainage • Tuscaloosa (County) • United States of America (Country)
min long: -88.34; min lat: 32.991 ; max long: -87.066; max lat: 33.61 ;
NADB document id number(s): 4059473
NADB citation id number(s): 000000250690