Trend, tradition, and turmoil : what happened to the southeastern Archaic? : proceedings of the Third Caldwell Conference, St. Catherines Island, Georgia, May 9-11, 2008. (Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 93)

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dc.contributor.author Thomas, David Hurst.
dc.contributor.author Sanger, Matthew C., 1976-
dc.contributor.author Anderson, David G., 1949-
dc.contributor.author DePratter, Chester B.
dc.contributor.author Gibson, Jon L.
dc.contributor.author Kidder, Tristram R.
dc.contributor.author Marquardt, William H.
dc.contributor.author Marrinan, Rochelle A.
dc.contributor.author Russo, Michael, 1953-
dc.contributor.author Sassaman, Kenneth E.
dc.contributor.author Saunders, Joe.
dc.contributor.author Saunders, Rebecca, 1955-
dc.contributor.author Schwadron, Margo.
dc.contributor.author Thompson, Victor D.
dc.contributor.author American Museum of Natural History.
dc.contributor.author Saint Catherines Island Foundation.
dc.contributor.author Caldwell Conference (3rd : 2008 : Saint Catherines Island, Ga.)
dc.date.accessioned 2010-06-24T19:05:47Z
dc.date.available 2010-06-24T19:05:47Z
dc.date.issued 2010
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/2246/6068
dc.description 341 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm. "Issued June 23, 2010." Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-341). en
dc.description.abstract The late Archaic of the American Southeast is typically described as a time of population growth, innovative developments in subsistence strategies, and increased social complexity. Although it is difficult to generalize, many early Woodland communities are characterized as relatively small scale, fairly mobile foragers organized into unranked or minimally ranked lineages and clans. Early Woodland groups also seem to be more socially isolated than their late Archaic predecessors, with a decline in regional exchange networks. The papers in this volume were presented at a conference entitled "What Happened in the Late Archaic?" which was co-sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History and the St. Catherines Island Foundation and held on St. Catherines Island (Georgia), May 9-11, 2008. The Third Caldwell Conference invited the participants to engage the appropriate archaeological data from the American Southeast, specifically addressing the nature of change during the late Archaic-early Woodland transition. This volume consists of a dozen substantive papers, followed by three discussant contributions. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Trend, tradition, and transition at the end of the Archaic / Tristram R. Kidder -- "Nothing but the river's flood" : late Archaic diaspora or disengagement in the lower Mississippi Valley and southeastern North America / Jon L. Gibson -- The two rings of St. Catherines Island : some preliminary results from the St. Catherines and McQueen shell rings / Matthew C. Sanger and David Hurst Thomas -- Two late Archaic period shell rings, St. Simon's Island, Georgia / Rochelle A. Marrinan -- The Archaic above Choctawhatchee Bay : hydrodynamics, adaptation, and abandonment / Rebecca Saunders -- Prehistoric landscapes of complexity : Archaic and Woodland period shell works, shell rings, and tree islands of the Everglades, South Florida / Margo Schwadron -- Shell rings and other settlement features as indicators of cultural continuity between the late Archaic and Woodland periods of coastal Florida / Michael Russo -- "What happened to the southeastern Archaic?" : a perspective from St. Catherines Island / David Hurst Thomas -- Leaving the rings : shell ring abandonment and the end of the late Archaic / Matthew C. Sanger -- The rhythms of space-time and the making of monuments and places during the Archaic / Victor D. Thompson -- Getting from the late Archaic to early Woodland in three middle valleys (those being the Savannah, St. Johns, and Tennessee) / Kenneth E. Sassaman -- Late Archaic? : what the hell happened to the middle Archaic? / Joe Saunders -- Thoughts on the late Archaic-early Woodland transition on the Georgia and South Carolina coasts / Chester B. DePratter -- Mounds, middens, and rapid climate change during the Archaic-Woodland transition in the southeastern United States / William H. Marquardt -- The end of the southeastern Archaic : regional interaction and archaeological interpretation / David G. Anderson. en
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dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher American Museum of Natural History. en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 93. en
dc.subject Saint Catherines Island (Ga.) en
dc.subject Georgia. en
dc.subject Excavations (Archaeology) en
dc.subject Antiquities. en
dc.subject Indians of North America. en
dc.subject Native Americans. en
dc.title Trend, tradition, and turmoil : what happened to the southeastern Archaic? : proceedings of the Third Caldwell Conference, St. Catherines Island, Georgia, May 9-11, 2008. (Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 93) en
dc.title.alternative What happened to the southeastern Archaic? en
dc.title.alternative What happened in the late Archaic? en
dc.title.alternative Proceedings of the Third Caldwell Conference, St. Catherines Island, Georgia, May 9-11, 2008 en

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    The Anthropological Papers, published continuously since 1907, are monographic volumes that include some of the great ethnographies of the 20th century, particularly on North American Indians. Several illustrious anthropologists published their work in the Anthropological Papers, as well as many past and present curators of the AMNH Division of Anthropology. Prior to 1930, large special reports were published in the Memoirs.

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