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The Moccasin Bluff Site and the Woodland Cultures of Southwestern Michigan
by Robert Louis Bettarel and Hale Gilliam Smith
University of Michigan Press, 1973
Paper: 978-0-932206-47-3 | eISBN: 978-1-951519-21-6

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
In this volume, the authors report on the excavation of Moccasin Bluff, a prehistoric site on the banks of the St. Joseph River in Berrien County, Michigan. The features and artifacts (including lithics, ceramics, and stone and bone objects) indicate a series of occupations over roughly 7500 years: from Archaic times to European contact. Betterel and Smith present descriptions and analyses of the structures, artifacts, and burials found at the site. They also situate the site within the Woodland cultures of the region.

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