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Title: Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700-1300 
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Series: Bulletin No. 496
Authors: Hart, J. P. , and C. B. Rieth , Editors.
Publish Year: 2002  NYSM ID: B.496 
Page-Plate-Fig: 359 pp., 107 figs., 56 tbls.
Category: Anthropological
Disiplines: Archaeology
Price: $34.95  
SKU:   ISBN: 1555572138 
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Keywords: settlement patterns, Northeastern archaeology, excavations (archaeology), paleoethnobotany 
Description: The early Late Prehistoric period (A.D. 700-1300) is an important time in Northeastern prehistory because it was then that many of the subsistence and settlement traits of Native populations recorded during the early Historic period first become evident in the archaeological record. The chapters in this book provide regional summaries, analyses of pottery and paleoethnobotanical data, and models for the adoption of maize-based agriculture. This book not only provides a sense of current research on the early Late Prehistoric period in the Northeast, but it will also spur additional research on this critical period of time. 
  • Hart, John P. 2002. Preface.
  • Rieth, Christina B. 2002. Introduction.
  • Church, Flora, and Nass, Jr., John P. 2002. Central Ohio Valley During the Late Prehistoric Period: Subsistence-Settlement Systems Responses to Risk.
  • Means, Bernard K. 2002. reconstruct these houses of men who lived in a stone age: Modeling Village Community Organization Using Data from the Somerset County Relief Excavations.
  • Stothers, David M., and Abel, Timothy J. 2002. The Early Late Woodland in the Southwestern Lake Erie Littoral Region.
  • Smith, David G., and Crawford, Gary W. 2002. Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Princess Point Complex in Southern Ontario.
  • Crawford, Gary W., and Smith, David G. 2002. Early Late Woodland in Southern Ontario: An Update (1996-2000).
  • Rieth, Christina B. 2002. Early Late Prehistoric Settlement: A View From Northcentral Pennsylvania.
  • Schulenberg, Janet K. 2002. New Dates for Owasco Pots.
  • Knapp, Timothy D. 2002. Pits, Plants, and Place: Recognizing Late Prehistoric Subsistence and Settlement Diversity in the Upper Susquehanna Drainage.
  • Miroff, Laurie E. 2002. Upland Land Use Patterns During the Early Late Prehistoric (A.D. 700-1300).
  • Rieth, Christina B. 2002. Early Late Prehistoric Subsistence and Settlement Diversity in the Southern Tier Region of New York.
  • Brumbach, Hetty Jo, and Bender, Susan. 2002. Woodland Period Settlement and Subsistence Change in the Upper Hudson River Valley.
  • Sidell, Nancy Asch. 2002. Paleoethnobotanical Indicators of Subsistence and Settlement Change in the Northeast.
  • Petersen, James B., and Cowie, Ellen R. 2002. From Hunter-Gatherer Camp to Horticultural Village: Late Prehistoric Indigenous Subsistence and Settlement in New England.
  • Chilton, Elizabeth S. 2002. Towns They Have None: Diverse Subsistence and Settlement Strategies in Native New England.
  • Black, David W. 2002. Out of the Blue and into the Black: The Middle-Late Maritime Woodland Transition in the Quoddy Region, New Brunswick, Canada.
  • Deal, Michael. 2002. Aboriginal Land and Resource Use in New Brunswick During the Late Prehistoric and Early Contact Periods.
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