||The Ripley P. Bullen series
Ripley P. Bullen series. ^A282201
||Geoarchaeology and the mid-Holocene landscape history of the greater southeast / Joseph Schuldenrein -- Mid-Holocene forest history of Florida and the coastal plain of Georgia and South Carolina / William A. Watts, Eric C. Grimm, T.C. Hussey -- Changing strategies of lithic technological organization / Daniel S. Amick, Philip J. Carr -- Technological innovations in economic and social contexts / Kenneth E. Sassaman -- Middle and Late archaic architecture / Kenneth E. Sassaman, R. Jerald Ledbetter -- Paleoethnobotanical record for the mid-Holocene southeast / Kristen J. Gremillion -- Mid-Holocene faunal exploitation in the southeastern United States / Bonnie W. Styles, Walter E. Klippel -- Biocultural inquiry into Archaic period populations of the southeast : trauma and occupational stress / Maria O. Smith -- Approaches to modeling regional settlement in the Archaic period southeast / David G. Anderson -- Southeastern mid-Holocene coastal settlements / Michael Russo.
||Accounting for submerged Mid-Holocene archaeological sites in the southeast : a case study from the Chesapeake Bay Estuary, Virginia / Dennis B. Blanton -- Emergence of long-distance exchange networks in the southeastern United States / Richard W. Jefferies -- Consideration of the Social Organization of the Shell Mound Archaic / Cheryl P. Claassen -- Southeastern archaic mounds / Michael Russo -- Poverty point and greater southeastern prehistory : the culture that did not fit / Jon L. Gibson.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-370) and index.|
|ISBN||0813014344 (cloth : acid-free paper)|
|ISBN||9780813014340 (cloth : acid-free paper)|