Archaic Hunters and Gatherers in the American Midwest by James L Phillips, James A Brown

By James L Phillips, James A Brown

This quantity experiences on a sequence of multidisciplinary initiatives regarding the Archaic interval of the yankee Midwest. A interval of innovation and technical fulfillment, the articles specialize in adjustments in environmental, social, and financial elements working during this interval, and the difference of the hunter gatherer peoples dwelling at this time.

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Roper 1980 Archaic adaptations in the central Osage River basin: a preliminary assessment. In Archaic prehistory on the prairie-plains border, edited by A. E. Johnson. University of Kansas Publications in Anthropology 12: 13-23, Lawrence. , F. B. King, and C. K. Robinson 1980 Cucurbits from Phillips Spring: New evidence and interpretations. American Antiquity 45:806-822. King, James E. 1980 Post-Pleistocene vegetation changes in the midwestern United States. In Archaic prehistory on the prairie-plains border, edited by A.

Again, these are material correlates more easily associated with unilineal societies increasingly concerned with reproducing themselves as political and ideological units through time, rather than with bilateral kindreds preoccupied with subsistence requirements and equipped with simple flakes and choppers. From a cultural materialist perspective, the development of parallel political and subsistence economies as reflected in Nebo Hill lithic technology must ultimately be grounded in the geology of the Kansas City region, specifically, in the distribution of the tabular cherts and igneous and metamorphic glacial clasts necessary for large-bladed bifaces, axes, and celts.

The largest grain size observed was about 1 mm. The paste is smooth and compact, and appears well consolidated. 9b-cJ. The original form of the vessels is uncertain. All 3 rims are direct, 2 with rounded lips and 1 with a flattened lip. 3 mm, with a mean of 8 mm. 9dl. The probable lug projects 19 mm from the bond break and is 26 mm wide. A small 30 Kenneth C. 8 Fiber-tempered pottery from the block excavation at 23CLll. The first two rows are body sherds, and the three sherds on the lower left are rims.

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