Atkinson, James R., John C. Phillips, and Richard Walling
Title The Kellogg Village Site Investigations, Clay County, Mississippi
Book Condition VG
Seller ID 000467
i-x; 345 Pp. Book is illustrated with 56 plates of photos, as well as tables and drawings. The name "J. Bennett Graham" stamped on the title page. Describes and analyses the results of the excavation of the data-rich, multicomponent Kellogg Village Site in northeast Mississippi. Components included Middle Archaic, including a cremation burial with artifacts, Early Woodland Gulf Formative, Miller II and III. Middle Mississippian was well represented by numerous burials and burial goods and pit features. The excavations were very productive in all classes of data including, ceramics, lithics, human skeletal material, ecofacts and carbon dates.
American Indians, Archaic, Gulf Formative, Miller II, Miller III, Middle Woodland, Middle Mississippian, Ceramics, Lithics, Bone work, gorgets, Ecology, Fauna, Flora, Burials, Southeast, Mississippi, Kellogg Village