Upland archeology in the East Symposium number six, February 25 to February 27, 1994, at James Madison University / organized by Michael B. Barber ... [ et al.] ; edited by Eugene B. Barfield and Michael B. Barber.

Upland Archeology in the East Symposium (6th : 1994 : James Madison University) [Browse]
Richmond, Va. : Archeological Society of Virginia ;[Atlanta, Ga. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service-Southern Region, 1996.
v, 232 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.


  • Special publication (Archeological Society of Virginia) ; no. 38, pt. 6. [More in this series]
  • Special publication / Archeological Society of Virginia ; no. 38, pt. 6
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  • Recent Woodland period radiocarbon dates from western North Carolina / Kenneth Robinson, David Moore and Ruth Wetmore
  • Archaeological investigations at 44LE121, an Early Woodland site in Lee County, Virginia / William H. Reid
  • Early Woodland occupations at Harpers Ferry / Cari C. YoungRavenhorst
  • Pisgah phase palisades / A. Scott Ashcraft
  • Legislation, investigation, prosecution, restoration / Norman Dean Jefferson
  • Human skeletal remains from Lake Hole Mortuary Cave, Tennessee / Donna C. Boyd and C. Clifford Boyd, Jr.
  • Smithfield and Kentland / Jeff Irwin and Clifford Boyd
  • Myth vs. reality / Audrey J. Horning
  • Early 19th century agriculture and the rise of the rural milling industry along Opequon Creek in Frederick County, Virginia / Clarence Geier and Warren Hofstra
  • Basketry and invisible skills / Scott Suter
  • Excavations at the Burrell Pharmacy (44RN256) / Michael B. Barber and Michael F. Barber.
  • The Robinson Gap Site (44AH10) / George Tolley
  • Interaction among Woodland societies in western Virginia and Maryland / Michael J. Klein
  • Mountain and Piedmont solar observatories in prehistoric Virginia / Wm. Jack Hranicky, Irene Mitchell, and L. Dale Collins
  • Late Woodland subsistence patterns at the regional level / Eugene B. Barfield and Michael B. Barber
  • Seventeenth century trade goods among the Roanoke River / Michael B. Barber
  • From the seashore to the piedmont, to the mountains flecked with snow / Marshall Joseph Becker.
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