1 edition of The late prehistoric occupation in southwestern New York found in the catalog.
The late prehistoric occupation in southwestern New York
Alfred K. Guthe
Bibliography: p. 72-76.
|Statement||by Alfred K. Guthe. --|
|Series||Research records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences -- no. 11, Research records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences -- no. 11.|
|LC Classifications||E78.N7 G8 1958a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||59003986|
McBride, p. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District. Review of the Archeological Evidence Archeologically, the Texas coast has been traditionally divided into three basic sections. Cooking features represented by burned rock middens, slab-lined hearths, basin hearths, rock ovens, and rock-filled hearths, and refuse dumps remain common. Indeed, archeologists would be hard pressed to tell the difference between Rockport Phase and Toyah Horizon campsites near the coastal-inland boundary were it not for the very different kinds of pottery associated with each respective cultural group.
Wright, p. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 8 4 Late Archaic sites are documented but few have received even minimal archeological investigation. Although the exchange of marine shell may have increased during the Late Woodland in some parts of the Southeast, there is little evidence of this in Georgia.
Texas archaeology has long been plagued, and especially since the s, by commercial digging of sites. However, with the emerging chronology available, this long period can be roughly divided into Early, Middle, Late, and Terminal eras. The Mesolithic period began at the end of the Pleistocene epoch, some 10, BP, and ended with the introduction of agriculturethe date of which varied by geographic region. Earth ovens are layered arrangements of heated rocks, green plants such as prickly pear pads to provide moisture, and the green rosette hearts covered by a thick layer of earth. Maize was domesticated in Mexico by around B. This pattern of seasonal settlement and mobility is supported by Spanish Colonial archival documentation.
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Finlayson James W. Goosefoot, purslane, and charred acorns were food stuffs, along with deer, antelope, bison, and a range of small mammals, turtles, and freshwater mussel shells. Jordan, p. Magura Cave Located in northwestern Bulgaria, Magura Cave holds one of the most important displays of prehistoric cave paintings in Central Europe.
Shell middens are scarce in this sub-region because the waters of Baffin Bay and Lower Laguna Madre are too saline hyper-saline for oysters and other mollusks to survive. Courtesy of J. Power, Frank L.
McBride and Suzanne G. Coyote Press: Salinas, California. This differentiation does not mean that they were political units, but the regions clearly represent a remarkable cultural complexity for societies that were still primarily hunting and gathering groups with minor dependence on the early domesticates; they did not effectively grow maize.
Intersea Research Corporation Report Spence, p. Soon after the appearance of writing, people started creating texts including written accounts of events The late prehistoric occupation in southwestern New York book records of administrative matters.
The largest villages probably housed no more than fifty people. Fishing tacklestone adzes and wooden objects, e.
A cigar box of "arrowheads" may be of interest to the archaeologist and, if collected from a specific area, have some interpretative value, but these relics lack context and are thus of little value in exploring Texas prehistory.
Essays on the Prehistory of Maritime California. Radiocarbon dating on shells from the bottom of the Kent-Crane midden produced an age of ca. It is important, however, to understand the scientific approaches used by archaeologists.
Kelley Site, Agua Hedionda Lagoon. Early diagnostic Paleoindian projectile points 13,—11, years ago such as Folsom and Clovis are found in the region and at deflated sites like Chispa Creek, but intact occupational sites have yet to be discovered.
It is also during this period that the first distinctively Southwestern iconography appeared in regional rock art. North American Archaeologist 23 4 Sullivan Robert J.
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In Northern Europesocieties were able to live well on rich food supplies from the marshlands fostered by the warmer climate. Friedkin sites are rich in natural resources and have attracted human inhabitants to these regions in Texas almost continually for millennia.
Iron Age  History of the term The notion of "prehistory" began to surface during the Enlightenment in the work of antiquarians who used the word 'primitive' to describe societies that existed before written records.
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