A Fashionable Neighborhood: Archaic Settlement in Eastern Connecticut
Author(s): Ora Elquist
Regional studies of eastern Connecticut suggest seasonal movements between valley lowlands and uplands along the Connecticut River Valley, and year-round occupation of the Northeastern Highlands by mobile groups during the Archaic. The Public Archaeology Laboratory recently excavated a complex of sites in the Susquetonscut Brook drainage, a minor tributary located in a transitional zone between river valley lowlands and highlands. This site complex contains a wide range of occupation types, and their characteristics have produced new insights and questions regarding the timing, nature, and variability of broader regional settlement patterns.
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A Fashionable Neighborhood: Archaic Settlement in Eastern Connecticut. Ora Elquist. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 432104)
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