By Dan F. Morse,Phyllis A. Morse,James Bennett Griffin
Organized into thirteen chapters, this ebook starts off with an summary of the territory among the Ohio and Arkansas rivers. this article then makes an attempt to humanize the archeological interpretations through connection with social association, cost procedure, economic system, faith, and politics. different chapters specialize in figuring out the character of switch via time within the important Mississippi Valley. This publication discusses to boot the adaptation among an previous braided movement floor and the more youthful meander belt procedure. the ultimate bankruptcy offers with the research of prehistoric Indian remains.
This publication is a invaluable source for archeologists, zoologists, and medical hobbyists.
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Archaeology of the Central Mississippi Valley (New World Archaeological Record Ser) by Dan F. Morse,Phyllis A. Morse,James Bennett Griffin