Uncovered Features: A Spatial Analysis of Late Woodland to Historic Activity Areas at the Topper Site (38AL23)
Multiple features, ranging from the Woodland through Historic periods, were uncovered and excavated at the Topper Site (38AL23) by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, summer 2015 field school. This paper presents the results of a contextual and spatial analysis of these features utilizing excavation and GPR data from the field and the flotation analysis of the feature fill, which was conducted at UTK during the Fall of 2015. This analysis further illustrates the range of human activity at the Topper Site.
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Uncovered Features: A Spatial Analysis of Late Woodland to Historic Activity Areas at the Topper Site (38AL23). Alexander Craib, Martin P. Walker, David G. Anderson, Derek Anderson, Stephen Yerka. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 405353)
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