Negotiating Migration and Violence in the Pre-Columbian Mid-Continent: A View from the Village
Multiple lines of evidence from Morton Village presented in the poster symposium are brought together to consider the social context of marked violence evidenced at Norris Farms 36 cemetery. This current work sheds light on the complexity and context of social interactions whereby migrant and resident populations negotiated a level of cooperation and support by creating new mechanisms for social integration in the village.
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Negotiating Migration and Violence in the Pre-Columbian Mid-Continent: A View from the Village. Jodie OGorman, Michael Conner, Nicole Silva. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 397237)
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