The archaeology of Connecticut : the human era, 11,000 years ago to the present / editors, Kristen Noble Keegan and William F. Keegan ; photographs by Drew Harty.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Storrs, CT : Bibliopola Press, UConn Co-op ; Hanover, N.H. : distributed by the University Press of New England, c1999.
Description
136 p. : ill., maps ; 18 x 26 cm.

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Introduction / Kristen Noble Keegan and William F. Keegan -- Precontact archaeology in Connecticut: an overview of 11,000 years of cultural adaptation / Nicholas F. Bellantoni -- The Paleo Period (11,000 B.P. to 9,000 B.P.) / Brian Jones -- Native American subsistence methods / David R. George -- The Archaic Period (9,000 B.P. to 3,000 B.P.) / Mark Banks -- Lithic analysis / Christian A. Tryon -- The Woodland Period (1,000 B.C. to contact / Lucienne Lavin -- Prehistoric ceramics / Lucienne Lavin -- Archaeology of the recent past: an overview of Connecticut historic and industrial archaeology / David A. Poirier -- Native American archaeology in Connecticut after contact / Kenneth Feder -- The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Robert Gradie -- Connecticut's industrial archaeology / Michael S. Raber -- Conservation archaeology: caring for Connecticut's archaeological heritage / David A. Poirier -- Mapping Connecticut's archaeology / William F. Keegan and Kristen Noble Keegan -- Museum exhibits of Connecticut's archaeology and native American lifeways / Harold D. Juli.
ISBN
0939883031
LCCN
99067130
OCLC
42939875
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