Quick Search

Author
Title
Description
Keyword
 
 
 
 
Aboriginal Ritual and Economy in the Eastern Woodlands: Essays in Memory of Howard Dalton Winters, Cantwell, Anne-Marie, Lawrence A. Conrad, and Jonathan R. Reyman editors

Author Name    Cantwell, Anne-Marie, Lawrence A. Conrad, and Jonathan R. Reyman editors

Title   Aboriginal Ritual and Economy in the Eastern Woodlands: Essays in Memory of Howard Dalton Winters

Binding   Soft cover

Book Condition   As New

Type   Book

Size   12mo - over 6 - 7

Publisher    Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers, Vol 30 2004

ISBN Number    0897921658 / 9780897921657

Seller ID   000002

Table of Contents Introduction by Anne-Marie Cantwell and Lawrence A. Conrad Part One: Howard Dalton Winters Howard Dalton Winters by Anne-Marie Cantwell Howard Dalton Winters: The Early Years, 1950 to 1962 by Melvin L. Fowler Howard Dalton Winters, Museum Excavator by Nan A. Rothschild Memories of Howard Dalton Winters by Dan F. Morse Building Independent Archaeological Institutions in Late-Twentieth Century America by Stuart Struever Social Duality, Psychometric Dimorphism, and Uncommon Valor: Three Decades of Howard Dalton Winters at Dickson Mounds by Alan D. Harn Memories of Dr. Howard Dalton Winters by William and Ellen Gust and Mollie Gust Howard Dalton Winters: A Remembrance of an Early Mentor by Jonathan E. Reyman Part Two: The Paleoindian and Archaic Periods Settling In: Hunter-Gatherer Mobility During the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition in the Central Mississippi Valley by Brad Koldehoff and John A. Walthall An Analysis of Plummets in the Lower Illinois River Valley by Lynne Goldstein The Green River Shell Mound Archaic: Interpretive Trajectories by William H. Marquardt and Patty Jo Watson Riverton Plant Remains and Terminal Archaic Crops by Richard A. Yarnell Part Three: The Early and Middle Woodland Periods Marion Culture (Early Woodland) Occupations in the Wabash and White River Valleys, Indiana, and East-Central Illinois by Patrick J. Munson and Cheryl Ann Munson Mound City and Issues in the Developmental History of Hopewell Culture in the Ross County Area of Southern Ohio by James Brown Observations on the Occurrence of Middle Woodland Knife River Flint in Western Illinois by Lawrence A. Conrad Illinois Platform Pipes and Hopewellian Exchange: A Mineralogical Study of Archaeological Remains by Kenneth B. Farnsworth, Thomas E. Berres, Randall E. Hughes, and Duane M. Moore Testing Winters' Model for Chronology and Structural Complexity at the Mound House Site by Jane E. Buikstra and Douglas K. Charles White Hall Phase Ceramics and the End of Havana in the Lower Illinois Valley by Eugene J. Boesch The Havana Socioeconomy and Its Fall: Testing Winters' Model with White-Tailed Deer Remains from the Baehr-Gust Site by Julie Zimmermann Holt Part Four: The Mississippian Period Some Owl Effgies from the Kincaid Mounds Region: Or Why the Professional Should Give a Hoot About the Amateur Archaeologist by Robert B. Pickering and Frank E. Rackerby The Mitchell Mound Center: Then and Now by John E. Kelly Part Five: The Illinois and Southeastern Indians Linking History and Prehistory in the Midcontinent: Archaeological Investigations at Marquette and Jolliet's "Peouarea" by Kathleen L. Ehrhardt Adair's "Marsh-mallows": An Eighteenth-Century Native American Cornfield Crop in the Southeastern United States by David L. Asch

Price = 20.00 USD



Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to [email protected]
Copyright©2019. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie