2 edition of Archaeological Investigations in the Gainesville Lake Area of the Tennessee-Tombigee Waterway found in the catalog.
Archaeological Investigations in the Gainesville Lake Area of the Tennessee-Tombigee Waterway
by University of Alabama Press
Written in English
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archaeological conservation area, would require archaeological Archaeological Investigations at the Oak Knoll Mound, 8LL, Lee County, Florida. Archaeological and Histori- Fort Center: An Archaeological Site in the Lake Okeechobee Basin. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville. Archaeological Institute of America Gainesville Society, Gainesville, FL. 1, likes 1 talking about this 1 was here. Archaeology, History, Ancient and Modern Civilizations.
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for the area's archaeological sensitivity, the timber was sold on the condition that logging activities occur only on frozen ground and landings be approved by DNR personnel. Mulholland, Susan C., Stephen L. Mulholland and George Rapp () Archaeological Survey for a Parcel on Hill Lake, Hill City, Aitkin County, Minnesota. Phase II archaeological investigation of site 1Ma, a partially intact stratified transitional Paleoindian site located on the rim of a karst pond in the Pleistocene terrace of the Tennessee River.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Archaeological investigations in the Gainesville Lake Area of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. [University, Ala.]: Office of Archaeological Research, University of Alabama, . Series: Archaeological investigations in the Gainesville Lake Area of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Unknown Binding: pages Publisher: Office of Archaeological Research, University of Alabama () Language: English ASIN: BEHP58 Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewAuthor: Ned J Jenkins.
Get this from a library. Archaeology of the Gainesville Lake area: synthesis: volume V of archaeological investigations in the Gainesville Lake area of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. [Ned J Jenkins; Gloria G Cole; H Blaine Ensor; Mary C Hill; United States.
Army. Corps of Engineers. Mobile District.; University of Alabama. Office of Archaeological Research.]. DTIC ADA Archaeological Investigations in the Gainesville Lake Area of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
Volume III. Gainesville Lake Area Lithics: Chronology, Technology and Use. by Defense Technical Information Center. This report describes the botanical remains analyzed from five sites, 1Gr1X1 1Gr2, 1Gr50, 1Pi61, and 1Pi33, located in Greene and Pickens Counties, Alabama, in the central Tombigbee River Valley.
These five sites were excavated during and and, when taken together, represent most of year prehistory of the region. The and seasons at these sites marked the first. Cite this Record. Archaeological Salvage Investigations Within the Proposed Gainesville Lock and Dam Reservoir, Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
Jerry J. Nielsen, Charles W. Moorehead. (tDAR id: ). This report describes the botanical remains analyzed from five sites, 1Gr1X1 1Gr2, 1Gr50, 1Pi61, and 1Pi33, located in Greene and Pickens Counties, Alabama, in.
Further Reading. Cleveland Museum of Natural History for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, Yesterday’s River: The Archaeology of 10, Years along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway () Raymond D.
Fogelson, ed., The Handbook of North American Indians, vol. 14, The Southeast (). Flooding of low lying agricultural and wooded lands in the area occurs. About This Location Latitude: ° N, Longitude: ° W, Horizontal Datum: NAD83/WGS The mission of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is to deliver vital public and military engineering services; partnering in peace and war to strengthen our nation’s security, energize the economy and reduce risks from disasters.
The Tennessee Division of Archaeology maintains a database of all archaeological sites recorded within the state of of January 1, this catalog contains more t sites, including both prehistoric and historic resources. In Tennessee, Prehistoric is generally defined as the time between the appearance of the first people in the region (c.
12, BC) and the arrival of. In Maythe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, contracted with the University of Alabama Office of Archaeological Research to conduct extensive archaeological investigations within the Gainesville Lake (present day Gainesville Reservoir) area of West- Central Alabama.
The lake area is a “run of the river” reservoir that is. Recent criticisms of the use of historically and ethnographically recorded conflicts as models for warfare in prehistoric times force archaeologists to reexamine assumptions about the frequency.
With time on my hands, I have started rereading “The Boyer Survey: An Archaeological Investigation of Lake Okeechobee” by Christian Davenport, Gregory Mount and George Boyer, Jr., written in and begun in I have written extensively on this publication before and find it one of the best historical accounts of our Great Lake Okeechobee.
Recent criticisms of the use of historically and ethnographically recorded conflicts as models for warfare in prehistoric times force archaeologists to reexamine assumptions about the frequency, severity, and effects of intergroup fighting.
In eastern North America, skeletons of victims and palisaded settlements—the only information consistently available on intergroup hostilities—indicate. Tennessee Archaeologist Contents This index currently contains a listing of the complete contents of the Tennessee Archaeologist, the journal of the Tennessee Archaeological Society, from (Volumes ).Contents of additional volumes from are partial and will be revised periodically until the index is complete.
Tennessee Division of Archaeology, Nashville, Tennessee. 2, likes talking about this. The Tennessee Division of Archaeology is a division of the Tennessee Department of Environment and. Duluth Archaeology Center, L.L.C. to conduct archaeological investigations in Minnesota’s Region 9, the Lake Superior Shore.
The project was funded by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as part of the Statewide Survey of Historical and Archaeological Sites; funds came from the Legacy Amendment, approved by Minnesota voters in A.
Woodrick An Analysis of the Faunal Remains from the Gainesville Lake Area. In Biocultural Studies in the Gainesville Lake Area, edited by G. Caddell A. Woodrickand M. Hill pp. 91– University of Alabama, Office of Archaeological Research, Report of Investigations.
The concept Indians of North America -- Antiquities represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Archaeological investigations along the bluffs and bottoms near Reelfoot Lake in northwest Tennessee have recorded numerous prehistoric sites (Mainfort ).
Temporally sensitive artifacts from these locales document habitation of the Reelfoot area primarily within the Late Woodland and Mississippian periods.Tennessee Valley Archaeological Research (TVAR) focuses on archaeological research and cultural resource management. The consulting firm is located in Huntsville, Alabama and centrally positioned to serve clients in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee.
TVAR staff specialists work closely with State Historic Preservation Officers and.Archaeological Survey of State-Owned Lands. Tennessee Division of Archaeology Report of Investigations No. 3, Nashville.
Moore, Michael C., Emanuel Breitburg, John T. Dowd, C. Parris Stripling, and John B. Broster Archaeological Investigations at 40DV A Multi-Component Site in the Cumberland River Valley, Davidson County, Tennessee.