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archaeological survey of the Wabash Valley in Illinois

Howard D. Winters

archaeological survey of the Wabash Valley in Illinois

by Howard D. Winters

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Published by Illinois State Museum Society in Springfield .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois.,
  • Wabash River Valley -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 113-118.

    StatementHoward D. Winters ; illustrated by Faye M. Berry.
    SeriesIllinois State Museum reports of investigations -- no. 10.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 188 p. :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17716428M

    Abstract. The Archaeological Resource Management Service (ARMS) at Ball State Univesity conducted a data enhancement project for threatened archaeological resources in the Little Rover and Wabash River valley in Miami, Wabash and Huntington Counties, Indiana, for for a FY Historic Preservation Fund Grant (Grant #). Infrastructure for Emergency Response Planning in the Vicinity of the Lower Wabash Valley Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky ofs_pdf Geologic Materials in the Vicinity of the Lower Wabash Valley Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky.

    The item An archaeological survey of the lower Wabash Valley in Gibson and Posey counties in Indiana, by Collin Dean Higgenbotham represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. The Duffy Site is a substantial archaeological site along the Wabash River in the southeastern part of the U.S. state of d near the village of New Haven in Gallatin County, it is the type site for the Duffy Complex: 82 a group of similar sites on the Illinois side of the Wabash near its confluence with the Ohio River.: 73 Duffy is distinctive largely because of its pottery: the Coordinates: 37°51′31″N 88°5′47″W / .

    Publications. One of ISAS' primary goals, as a scientific survey unit of the Prairie Research Institute at the University of Illinois, is the dissemination of information on archaeological and historical topics to both professional and public audiences. To keep up with our ongoing work, sign up for our newsletter.   Illinois Archaeology. Illinois Archaeology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published annually by the Illinois Archaeological Survey (IAS).The journal publishes original articles relating to the archaeology of Illinois. IAS members receive Illinois Archaeology as part of their membership is Archaeology has published hundreds of articles since the first volume .


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Winters, Howard D. The Riverton Culture. Reports of Investigations, No. 13, Illinois State Museum, and Illinois Archaeological Survey. Full text of "An archaeological survey of the Wabash Valley in Illinois" See other formats. The Riverton culture: a second millenium occupation in the central Wabash Valley Issue 13 of Reports of investigations Issue 1 of Monograph (Illinois Archaeological Survey), Illinois Archaeological Survey: Author: Howard D.

Winters: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Illinois State Museum, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized:   The Riverton culture by Howard D. Winters,Wabash River Valley, Illinois.

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