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Indians and Archaeology of Missouri, Revised Edition
by Carl H. Chapman and Eleanor F. Chapman
University of Missouri Press, 1983
eISBN: 978-0-8262-7315-4 | Paper: 978-0-8262-0401-1
Library of Congress Classification E78.M8C46 1983
Dewey Decimal Classification 977.801

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

This expanded edition of Indians and Archaeology of Missouri gives an excellent introduction to the cultural development of Missouri’s Indians during the past twelve thousand years. Providing a new chapter on the Hunter Foragers of the Dalton period and substantial revision of other chapters to incorporate recent discoveries, the Chapmans present knowledge based upon decades of experience with archaeological excavations in an understandable and fascinating form.


The first edition of Indians and Archaeology of Missouri has been recognized in Missouri and nationally as one of the best books of its kind. The Missouri Historical Review called it “simply indispensable.” The Plains Anthropologist added similar praise: “Clearly written and exceptionally well illustrated…it is the answer to the amateur’s prayers.” Archaeology described it as “a boon to Missouri’s many amateur archaeologists, a useful source of information for professionals and interesting reading for the layman.”



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