6 edition of Archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley found in the catalog.
Archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley
|Statement||by Jon Muller.|
|Series||New World archaeological record|
|LC Classifications||E78.O4 M85 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||85015050|
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Although it has been occupied for as long and possesses a mound-building tradition of considerable scale and interest, Muller contends that the archaeology of the lower Ohio River Valley―from the confluence with the Mississippi to the falls at Louisville, Kentucky – remains less well-known that that of the elaborate mound-building cultures of the upper by: Although it has been occupied for as long and possesses a mound-building tradition of considerable scale and interest, Muller contends that the archaeology of the lower Ohio River Valley—from the confluence with the Mississippi to the falls at Louisville, Kentucky – remains less well-known that that of the elaborate mound-building cultures of the upper by: Book Description.
Although it has been occupied for as long and possesses a mound-building tradition of considerable scale and interest, Muller contends that the archaeology of the lower Ohio River Valley—from the confluence with the Mississippi to the falls at Louisville, Kentucky – remains less well-known that that of the elaborate mound-building cultures of the upper valley.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Muller, Jon. Archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley. Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley / by Jon Muller.
Format Book Published Orlando: Academic Press, Description xii, p.: ill., maps ; 24 cm. Uniform series New World archaeological record. Notes Includes index. Bibliography: p. Subject headings.
Holocene hunter-gatherers of the lower Ohio River Valley by: Jefferies, Richard W. Published: () Archaeological survey in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley, by: Phillips, Philip, Published: (). Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc., Columbus, Ohio. likes. Established inOVAI, Inc.
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(Page 1 of tag Ohio River Valley). Cite this Record. Archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley. Jon Muller. Orlando, FL: Academic Press. (tDAR id: ). By the Early Holocene (10, to 8, B.P.), small wandering bands of Archaic hunter-gatherers began to annually follow the same hunting trails, basing their temporary camps on seasonal conditions and the presence of food.
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Archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley. [Jon Muller] -- This volume describes the archaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley region. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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Between the 9th and 15th centuries, the local indigenous people created a powerful religious and political center, culturally linked to the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, also called the Area: Le Flore County. Documents prehistoric human occupation along the lower reaches of the Mississippi River A Dan Josselyn Memorial Publication The Lower Mississippi Survey was initiated in as a joint undertaking of three institutions: the School of Geology at Louisiana State University, the Museum of Anthropology at the University of Michigan, and the Peabody Museum at Harvard.
Archaeological Survey in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley In this Book. to identify both the fieldwork and the resultant volume—was to investigate the northern two-thirds of the alluvial valley of the lower Mississippi River, roughly from the mouth of the Ohio River to Vicksburg.
This area covers about miles and had Cited by: E.O. Randall was the secretary of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society when he wrote this book inincludes sections on Mound Builders, and forts of Ohio including: Fort Ancient, Spruce Hill Fort, Fort Hill, Glenford Stone Fort, Miami Fort, Fortified Hill (Butler County), and even Cahokia Mound in Illinois merits a discussion.Holocene Hunter-Gatherers of the Lower Ohio River Valley.
University of Alabama Press. Tuscaloosa. (Book released in July, ). Reviews: Journal of Field Archaeology 35(2); Lithic Technology Jefferies, Richard W., Victor D. Thompson, George R. Milner, Renee M. Bonzani, and Tanya Peres Cypress Creek Villages.