The Passadumkeag Sequence

Part of the Hathaway project

Author(s): Dean Snow

Year: 1975

Summary

Renewed excavation at the Hathaway site revealed that there were no fewer than five temporal components at the mortuary locus of the site. Previous excavators, Warren Moorehead in 1912 and Wendell Hadlock and Theodore Stern in 1947 led those investigators to conclude that there was only a single component. Two of the components at Hathaway are assignable to the Late Archaic period, and parallel similar components at the Cow Point site in New Brunswick.

Cite this Record

The Passadumkeag Sequence. Dean Snow. Arctic Anthropology. 12 (2): 46-59. 1975 ( tDAR id: 440831) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8DR2ZB3

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Temporal Coverage

Radiocarbon Date: 5165 to 150 (Radiocarbon age determinations relate mainly to Late Archaic components, 5165-2579 BP)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -68.589; min lat: 45.172 ; max long: -68.563; max lat: 45.196 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Dean Snow

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