Households, Communities, and the History of Etowah
Author(s): Adam King
Etowah was the home of Mississippian period communities for 550 years. During that time, three distinct communities were created: an initial founding followed by two reoccupations after periods of abandonment. Because abandonment creates points in the life of a community where local traditions can be questioned and modified, they can lead to novel ways of casting identity, social relations, and history. With each new community created at Etowah, households and the larger built environment were organized in different ways. These differences reveal the process of community creation and also the means through which households were integrated into the larger community.
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Households, Communities, and the History of Etowah. Adam King. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 403412)
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