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Late Paleo-Indian and early archaic manifestations in western Kentucky

Martha Ann Rolingson

Late Paleo-Indian and early archaic manifestations in western Kentucky

by Martha Ann Rolingson

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Published by University of Kentucky Press in [Lexington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky,
  • Kentucky.
    • Subjects:
    • Paleo-Indians -- Kentucky.,
    • Indians of North America -- Kentucky -- Antiquities.,
    • Kentucky -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Martha Ann Rolingson and Douglas W. Schwartz.
      SeriesStudies in anthropology,, 3, Studies in anthropology (Lexington, Ky.) ;, no. 3.
      ContributionsSchwartz, Douglas Wright, 1929- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.K3 R57
      The Physical Object
      Pagination168 p.
      Number of Pages168
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5933211M
      LC Control Number64064532
      OCLC/WorldCa418264

      Stage classification. One of the most enduring classifications of archaeological periods and cultures was established in Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips' book Method and Theory in American Archaeology. They divided the archaeological record in the Americas into 5 phases, only three of which applied to North America. The use of these divisions has diminished in most of North America due. SCOTT-BOOK: More. On the Shelf. E 78 K3 H3 Late Paleo-Indian and early archaic manifestations in western Kentucky / by Martha Ann Rolingson and Douglas W. Schwartz. -- E 78 K3 R57 Paleo-Indian culture in Kentucky: a study based on projectile points. -- E 78 K3 R6 Conceptions of Kentucky prehistory: a case study in the history of.

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      Oct 31,  · Late Paleoindian-Early Archaic manifestations in the Western Great Lakes (or Upper Great Lakes; the two phrases will be used synonymously) are generally associated with the period 10, B.P. to B.P., based on similarities in artifact styles with dated sites outside this region (Julig ; Mason ). Description: Published continuously since , the Indiana Magazine of History is one of the nation's oldest historical journals. Since , the IMH has been edited and published quarterly at Indiana University, Bloomington. Today, the IMH features peer-reviewed historical articles, research notes, annotated primary documents, reviews, and critical essays that contribute to public.


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She conducted research supported by a National Science Foundation grant and published Late Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Manifestations in Western Kentucky (), co-authored with Dr.

Schwartz, then director of the Museum. Oct 09,  · Her research interests were Native American hunter-gatherer cultures in the southeastern United States. She conducted research supported by a National Science Foundation grant and published "Late Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Manifestations in Western Kentucky" (), co-authored with D.

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This span of time includes what has traditionally been defined as Late Paleoindian on the Great Plains and Early Archaic in the Eastern Woodlands. Rather than representing two separate sequential time periods, in Iowa Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic were contemporary.

The chronology of early Paleo-Indian appearance and subsequent dispersal in the eastern forests is very poorly known. Radiocarbon dates, all in the 11th millennium B.p.

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She conducted research supported by a National Science Foundation grant and published Late Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Manifestations in Western Kentucky (), co-authored with Dr.

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This page is dedicated to the knowledge, passion, and. evidence of Late Paleo-Indian or Early Archaic, developed or Late Archaic, Woodland, and Missis- sippian components. The last site also had a post- aboriginal historic component. Following an introductory overview of early hunt- ing cultures in the Eastern United States and their pertinence to the prehistory of Kentucky, there is aAuthor: Ronald J.

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M artha A nn R olingson and D ouglas W. S chwartz. Ronald J. Mason; .the artifacts for their study Late Paleo-Indianand Early Archaic Manifestations in Western Kentucky, published in They used field records stored at the Museum of Anthropology of the University of Kentucky, including maps, field specimen forms, feature data forms, stake elevations, profiles, and photographs.

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