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Towns and Temples Along the Mississippi
edited by David H. Dye and Cheryl Anne Cox
contributions by James B. Griffin, Chester B. DePratter, Michael P. Hoffman, George J. Armelagos, Cassandra M. Hill, James F. Price, Cynthia R. Price, Gerald Smith, George Fielder, Mary Lucas Powell, Phyllis A. Morse, Ian W. Brown, Marvin T. Smith, Dan F. Morse, Charles Hudson, R. Barry Lewis and Stephen Williams
University of Alabama Press, 1990
eISBN: 978-0-8173-8311-4 | Paper: 978-0-8173-0455-3
Library of Congress Classification E99.M6815T68 1990
Dewey Decimal Classification 977.00497

ABOUT THIS BOOK | AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY | TOC
ABOUT THIS BOOK
A Dan Josselyn Memorial Publication

Specialists from archaeology, ethnohistory, physical anthropology, and cultural anthropology bring their varied points of view to this subject in an attempt to answer basic questions about the nature and extent of social change within the time period. The scholars' overriding concerns include presentation of a scientifically accurate depiction of the native cultures in the Central Mississippi Valley prior and immediately subsequent to European contact and the need to document the ensuing social and biological changes that eventually led to the widespread depopulation and cultural reorientation. Their findings lead to three basic hypotheses that will focus the scholarly research for decades to come.

Contributors include:

George J. Armelagos, Ian W. Brown, Chester B. DePratter, George F. Fielder, Jr., James B. Griffin, M. Cassandra Hill, Michael P. Hoffman, Charles Hudson, R. Barry Lewis, Dan F. Morse, Phyllis A. Morse, Mary Lucas Powell, Cynthia R. Price, James F. Price, Gerald P. Smith, Marvin T. Smith, and Stephen Williams



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