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Excavations at four archaic sites in the lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky

Excavations at four archaic sites in the lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky

1977 archaeological mitigation at Section Two, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Local Flood Protection Project

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Published by Dept. of Anthropology, University of Kentucky in [Lexington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Kentucky -- Jefferson County.,
  • Indians of North America -- Kentucky -- Jefferson County -- Antiquities.,
  • Jefferson County (Ky.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Michael B. Collins.
    SeriesOccasional papers in anthropology -- no. 1., Occasional papers in anthropology (Lexington, Ky.) -- no. 1.
    ContributionsCollins, Michael B.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. (xxviii, 1076 p.) :
    Number of Pages1076
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16851850M

    Indian Knoll is an archaeological site near Paradise, Kentucky that was declared to be a U.S. National Historic Landmark.. Excavations of Indian Knoll during The Great Depression: and research of the remains and artifacts in the ss demonstrated that its builders were greatly atypical of inhabitants of Archaic sites.: Archaic peoples were typically egalitarian: but. Collins, M. B. (ed.) (). Excavations at four archaic sites in the lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Occasional Papers in Anthropology No. 1. Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Google Scholar.

    Burks, Jarrod, and Locke-Rogers, Kellie Multi-Instrument Geophysical Survey Results from the Late Archaic Burrell Orchard Site (33LN15) and the Nineteenth Century Burrell House. Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc. Contract Report – Copies available from Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc., Columbus, Ohio. Shop with confidence on eBay! The Archaeology of Missouri II University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri. Chapman, Carl H., and Leo O. Anderson The Campbell Site: A Late at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky (Vol. Current Archaeology of the Upper Missouri River: A Floating.

    Stained Lithics. In Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky, pp. with B. N. Driskell. Summary and Conclusions. In Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky, pp. Notes on Experimental Heating of Chert. Tetrapodal, simple stamped vessels also occur in the Ohio River valley in Posey County, Indiana, at the Mann site (12PO2). Thirteen percent of the simple stamped sherds from the excavations have sharply delineated, broad grooves with well defined lands that are similar to those on Turner Simple Stamped A sherds and the Panther Rock vessel.


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Collins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Excavations at four archaic sites in the lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky. [Lexington, Ky.]: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Page - Excavations at four Archaic sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Occasional Papers in Anthropology No. 1, Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Collins, Michael B., and BN Driskell () Summary and conclusions. The Villier Site (15JF Complex).

In M. Collins (Ed.), Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson, County, Kentucky (Vol. 2, pp.

University of Kentucky, Department of by: 1. Excavations at four Archaic sites in the lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky. University of Kentucky, Department of Anthropology.

Occasional Papers in Anthropology 1, pp. Jefferson County, C. & Dragoo, D. Prehistoric cultural resources of section two, Southwestern on County local flood protection project: test excavations. Page - Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky, vols.

I and II. Lexington: Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky Occasional Papers in Anthropology, no. Collins, Michael B., and Boyce N. Collins, Michael B., ed. Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Lexington, Ky.: University of Kentucky, Department of Anthropology, Preliminary Excavations of the Cabin Site — Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. n.p Pace, Robert E.

and Gary Apfelstadt. "Allison-LaMotte Culture of. Lower Shawneetown (15Gp15), also known as the Bentley Site, Shannoah and Sonnontio, is a Late Fort Ancient culture Madisonville horizon (post CE) archaeological site overlain by an 18th-century Shawnee village; it is located within the Lower Shawneetown Archeological District, near South Portsmouth in Greenup County, Kentucky and Lewis County, Kentucky.

M.B. Collins (Ed.), Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Occasional Papers in Anthropology 1, University of Kentucky, Department of Anthropology, Lexington (), pp.

Summary and discussion of the geologic data. In: Collins, M.B. (Ed.), Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Occasional Papers in Anthropology 1.

The Villier site (15JF complex).In Excavations at four Archaic sites in the lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky (M.B. Collins, ed.). Occasional Papers in Anthropology No.

1, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Collins, M. Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson C ounty, Kentucky. University of Kentucky, Department of Anthropology, Occasional Papers in Anthropology No.

Conant, R. Reptiles and Amphibians of Eastern/Central North America. Houghton Mifflin Company. Boston, Massachusetts. Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky - Volume II () Excavations at the Camp Pearl Wheat Site (41KR), an Early Archaic Campsite on Town Creek, Kerr County, Texas.

Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky - Volume I. Michael B. Collins. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections National Archeological Database (NADB).

10 Archeological Sites In Ohio That Will Absolutely Fascinate You. Ohio is rich with evidence of the ancient American Indian legacy. The stories that our archeological finds tell only give us a glimpse into the past—but even just a glimpse into the lives of those who lived centuries before us can be truly fascinating.

In Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky, vols. I and II, ed. Collins, Lexington: Department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky Occasional Papers in Anthropology, no. 1, – The Ohio earthworks were the subject of the very first book published by the Smithsonian Institution inAncient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley.

This book contained surveys of many Ohio earthworks as well as drawings of some of the remarkable artifacts discovered by the early Archaeologists Ephraim G. Squier and Edwin H. Davis. R.D. Mandel, Geomorphology of the Ohio River valley at the Gallipolis locks and dam, West Virginia, in: M.J.

Shott (Ed.), Childers and Woods: Two Late Woodland Sites in the Upper Ohio Valley. 30 For example, see Michael B. Collins, ed., Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.: University of Kentucky Department of Anthropology, ); Ronald L.

Michael, Phase II Archaeological Survey, Testing and Evaluation Program, Patriot Generating Station, Mexico Bottom, Switzerland. Excavations at Four Archaic Sites in the Lower Ohio Valley, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Occasional Papers in Anthropology No.

1, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Conkey, Margaret W. Style and Information in Cultural Evolution: Toward a Predictive Model for the Palaeolithic.J Download eBook Pdf - Search For Free eBook in Pdf.In the summer ofthe Department of Archaeology will carry out test excavations at the Burrell Orchard site.

The site is located in the French Creek Reservation of the Lorain County Metroparks in Sheffield, Ohio. It is situated on a high and narrow shale ridge overlooking French Creek and is covered by an overgrown fruit orchard.