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Excavations at several woodland and archaic camp and workshop sites in Laurens County, Georgia
Marvin T. Smith
|Statement||by Marvin T. Smith ; with a contribution by Suzanne K. Fish.|
|Series||University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology series. Report ; no. 16|
|Contributions||Fish, Suzanne K.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
In , our PIT project's test excavations at site 9ST62 revealed the presence of a significant prehistoric site! In fact, it appears that three different occupations occurred here: the first two appear to have been brief, and represent the Middle Woodland, 'Cartersville Period' (ca. B.C Native american groups from the ohio valley spread certain rituals down to georgia during the woodland period. the rock piles and earth mounds in georgia that date to the woodland period are likely a. dams. b. missions. c. burial mounds. d. food storage areas.
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Get this from a library. Excavations at several woodland and archaic camp and workshop sites in Laurens County, Georgia. [Marvin T Smith; Suzanne K. Excavations at Several Woodland and Archaic Camp and Workshop Sites in Laurens County, Georgia. Marvin T. Smith.
Laboratory of Archaeology Series,1. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. (tDAR id: ). Author of Excavations at several woodland and archaic camp and workshop sites in Laurens County, Georgia, Coosa, Coosa, Archaeology of aboriginal culture change in the interior Southeast, The transformation of the Southeastern Indians, Jul - Apr 23 Sheet(s).
Title Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia. The excavations of two Archaic and Woodland period sites in west-central Georgia are described Georgia book detail.
The Line Creek sites, 9Fy36 and 9Fy37, located along the outer fringe of the upper Flint River drainage in Fayette County, Georgia, contain artifacts from a long time span.
The development of a cultural context document to examine the of transition between the Late Archaic to the Early Woodland periods in Northwest Georgia was inspired by the findings of two recent testing projects conducted in Murray County (Gresham ) and Gordon County (Patton and Gresham ).
TRC excavations in northern Alabama. pit features, postholes, structures, canine burials, and human burials, were identified, mapped, and documented. Early Archaic, Early, Middle, and Late Woodland, and Mississippian components have been identified at the site, but the vast majority of features are associated with Late Woodland and Early.
The Middle Woodland is the height of the mound-building period, but also there are many domestic sites known. You can read about USF excavations at a Middle Woodland camp in this article on the Overgrown Road site. People were making beautiful complicated-stamped pottery, often to bury with the dead in the mounds.
Excavations completed by AECOM for the North Carolina Department of Transportation at the Weatherman Site (31YC31) on the floodplain of the South Toe River documented deeply stratified Archaic deposits. The most intensive was a Late Archaic component dominated by hearth remnants and numerous broken and whole Savannah River projectile points made primarily of.
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3. Look through the archaeological web sites to find pictures and information about Georgia's earliest civilizations. Either show these as they are to the class, with oral explanations rather than reading them or use the pictures in a PowerPoint presentation to present to the class.Diving into History, Building the Great Pyramid, Digging the Age of Aquarius, The Waters of Petra, Spain's Appalachian Outpost, China's DNA Debate.The Woodland tribe, who lived in Georgia from about bce to ce., built many earthen mounds, such as Rock Eagle Mound in northern Georgia.
Anthropologists believe these mounds were used mainly for.