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Perishable material culture in the Northeast
Northeast Natural History Conference (7th : 2002 : Albany, N.Y.)
Publication Information:
Albany, N.Y. : University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., New York State Museum, 2004.
Physical Description:
ix, 240 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.
General Note:
This book grew from the Northeast Natural History Conference VII, held in Albany, N.Y., April 24-27, 2002.
Introduction: perishable evidence in the Northeast / Penelope B. Drooker -- Prehistoric perishable fiber technology in the Upper Ohio Valley / J.M. Adovasio and J.S. Illingworth -- Perishable technology from the Hiscock site / J.M. Adovasio ... [et al.] -- Organic preservation on prehistoric copper artifacts of the Ohio Hopewell / DeeAnne Wymer -- Preserved textiles on Hopewell Copper / Virginia S. Wimberley -- Population continuity and dispersal: cordage twist analysis and the Late Woodland in the glaciated Allegheny Plateau of Northwestern Pennsylvania / William C. Johnson and Andrew J. Myers -- Cordage, fabrics, and their use in the manufacture of early late prehistoric ceramic vessels in New York / Christina B. Rieth -- In the land of "Mawooshen": Native American perishables from two contact period sites on the Central Maine Coast / James B. Petersen and Malinda S. Blustain -- Textiles and leather in Southeastern New England archaeological sites / Margaret T. Ordoñez and Linda Welters -- Blue roots and fuzzy dirt: archaeological textiles from Native American burials / Linda Welters and Margaret T. Ordoñez -- Susannah Swan's "Wampum Bag" / Penelope B. Drooker and George R. Hamell.
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