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e-Book The Archaeology of Ocmulgee Old Fields, Macon, Georgia (Classics Southeast Archaeology) download

by Dr. Marvin T. Smith,Carol I. Mason

ISBN: 0817351671
ISBN13: 978-0817351670
Language: English
Publisher: University Alabama Press; 2nd edition (April 24, 2005)
Pages: 240
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Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village .

Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village and associated English trading house dating from the late 17th and early 18th centuries. Carol I. Mason is Adjunct Professor of Archaeology at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, and author of Wisconsin Indians: Prehistory to Statehood. Marvin T. Smith is Professor of Anthropology at Valdosta State University and author of Coosa: The Rise and Fall of a Southeastern Mississippian Chiefdom. The book provides greater insight into more current documents on the topic of these early relationships between the Old and New Worlds in the Southeast.

Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village and associated English trading house dating from the late .

Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village and associated English trading house dating from the late 17th and early 18. .Smith, Marvin . Smith, Dr Marvin T. Format: eBook. Classics Southeast Archaeology Ser. Subjects: Indians of North America Georgia Ocmulgee National Monument Antiquities. Creek Indians Georgia Ocmulgee National Monument Antiquities. Excavations (Archaeology) Georgia Ocmulgee National Monument. Ocmulgee National Monument (G.

Carol I. Mason, Marvin T. Smith. Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village and associated English trading house dating from the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It was excavated in the early 1930s as part of a WPA project directed by A. R. Kelly, which focused primarily on the major Mississippian temple mounds of Macon Plateau. The specific data for the Old Fields was not analyzed until nearly 30 years after the excavation.

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Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village . Classics in Southeastern Archaeology. Foreword by.

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ამოიწერე Archaeology Of Ocmulgee Old Fi ან შეიძინე განვადებით და მიიღე საქართველოს მასშტაბით 40-ზე მეტ ქალაქში. com-ის მილიარდი პროდუქტი ერთ საიტზე. Carol I Mason s classic study of the Ocmulgee Old Fields site has been a model for contact period Indian archaeology since the 1960s The report includes a discussion of the historic setting and an analysis of the archaeological materials with an identification of the Lower Creek town and possibly of the English trader who lived there Now for the first time.

The Archaeology of Ocmulgee Old Fields, Macon, Georgia. Understanding the protohistoric period in the southeast. Mason Foreword by: Marvin T. Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the. archaeological remains. The Old Fields site was among the. study of the Ocmulgee Old Fields site has been a model. The Ocmulgee Old Fields site with its mix of indigenous. Interaction Mechanisms of Low-Level Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems.

1970 Gunflints From the Macon Plateau. Rureau of American Ethnology Anthropolocial Papers no. oogle Scholar. Mason, Carol I. 1963 The Archaeology of Ocmulgee Old Fields, Macon, Georgia. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms. Historical Archaeology, Vol. IV, pp. 51 5. rossRefGoogle Scholar. Henderson, G. F. 1961 Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War. New York: David McKay Company, In. Irwin, Carol 1959 Dating English Pipestems The Florida Anthropologist, Vol. 12, pp. 71–72. Mattison, Ray H. 1946 The Creek Trading House-from Colerain to Ft. Hawkins.

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A 17th-century trading post and Indian town in central Georgia reveal evidence of culture contact and change.

Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village and associated English trading house dating from the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It was excavated in the early 1930s as part of a WPA project directed by A. R. Kelly, which focused primarily on the major Mississippian temple mounds of Macon Plateau. The specific data for the Old Fields was not analyzed until nearly 30 years after the excavation.

Part of the significance of this site lies in its secure identification with a known group of people and the linkage of those people with recognizable archaeological remains. The Old Fields site was among the very first for which this kind of identification was possible and stands at the head of a continuing tradition of historic sites archaeology in the Southeast.

Carol I. Mason's classic study of the Ocmulgee Old Fields site has been a model for contact-period Indian archaeology since the 1960s. The report includes a discussion of the historic setting and an analysis of the archaeological materials with an identification of the Lower Creek town and possibly of the English trader who lived there. Now, for the first time, the original report is widely available in book form. With a new foreword by the author and a new introduction from Southeastern archaeology expert Marvin T. Smith, readers have the benefit of a contemporary view of this very fine piece of careful scholarship.

Carol I. Mason is Adjunct Professor of Archaeology at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, and author of Wisconsin Indians: Prehistory to Statehood.Marvin T. Smith is Professor of Anthropology at Valdosta State University and author of Coosa: The Rise and Fall of a Southeastern Mississippian Chiefdom.

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"This volume is valuable as a landmark in Southeastern research. It is somewhat outdated in its archaeological comparisons, but it is an excellent source for site findings and historical documentation. . . . The book provides greater insight into more current documents on the topic of these early relationships between the Old and New Worlds in the Southeast. It is a starting point from which to move forward and is valuable as a catalyst for future research."—Southeastern Archaeology

" Mason's work presents the analysis and interpretation of a large body of material excavated by Works Progress Administration archaeologists during the 1930s and, in this case, continued into the 1940s. Large-scale projects, undertaken by field crews numbering in the hundreds of workers, amassed quantities of artifactual material and supporting documentation. In many instances, substantial amounts of material remain unanalyzed and unreported to this day. . . . The Ocmulgee Old Fields site with its mix of indigenous and European people, local material culture and trade goods, and varied functions represents an opportunity to study the Lower Creeks between 1670 and 1717. . . .I recommend (this volume) to all colleagues laboring to understand the early historic peiod in the Southeast."—The Florida Anthropologist

"A masterful blend of meticulous archaeological analysis and wide-ranging historical research . . . with extraordinary style and wisdom."—Journal of Field Archaeology

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