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Southern Indian Studies (now North Carolina Archaeology)

by University of North Carolina

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" by Brett H. Riggs and Christopher B. Rodning (1) and Lawrence E. Abbott (1) by Amber M. VanDerWarker (1) by Amber M. VanDerwarker and Kandace R. Detwiler (1) by Joel D. Gunn (1) by John J. Mintz and Thomas E. Beaman (1) by M. R. Harrington (1) by Peter R. Margolin (1) by Ricky L. Langley (1) ca. A.D. 1400-2002: A Preface to "The Last of the Iroquois Potters (1) Deadly Environment: The Case for a Cultural Anvil Along the Unembayed Atlantic Coast (1) edited by J. Mark Williams and Daniel T. Elliott (book review) (1) edited by R. Barry Lewis and Charles B. Stout (book review) (1) pp. 1-22 Health and Safety Issues in Archaeology: Are Archaeologists at Risk? (1) pp. 1-33 Cherokee Ceramic Traditions of Southwestern North Carolina (1) pp. 1-46 Beyond the Restoration: Reconstructing a Pattern of Elite Lifestyle at Colonial Tryon Palace (1) pp. 107-126 North Carolina Archaeology (1) pp. 23-42 The Sink Hole at Bandana: An Historic Blue Ridge Mica Mine Reveals Its Past (1) pp. 34-54 The Last of the Iroquois Potters (1) pp. 43-58 Plant and Animal Subsistence at the Coweeta Creek Site (31Ma34) (1) pp. 47-72 "Excavating in the Fort Area": Milton F. Perry and the History of Archaeology at Fort Macon State Park (1) pp. 55-67 Taking the Waters: All Healing Springs Spa and Nineteenth-Century Homeopathy (1) pp. 59-77 Late Woodland Ceramics on the Coastal Plain: A Possible New Type From Carteret County (1) pp. 68-97 The Archaeology of Sandy Soil Sites: A New Approach to the Field Evaluation of Site Integrity (1) pp. 73-84 A World Engraved: The Archaeology of Swift Creek Culture (1) pp. 85-91 Mississippian Towns and Sacred Spaces: Searching for an Architectural Grammar (1) pp. 91-97 North Carolina Archaeology (1) Volume 49 (2000)    screen version (4.7 mb)    print version (17.8 mb) http://www.rla.unc.edu/Publications/NCArch/NCA_49.pdf http://www.rla.unc.edu/Publications/NCArch/NCA_49(e-book).pdf Fables of the Reconstruction: Morley Jeffers Williams and (1) Volume 50 (2001)    screen version (3.1 mb)    print version (17.0 mb) http://www.rla.unc.edu/Publications/NCArch/NCA_50.pdf http://www.rla.unc.edu/Publications/NCArch/NCA_50(e-book).pdf An Archaeological Study of Late Woodland Fauna in the Roan (1) Volume 51 (2002)    screen version (3.0 mb)    print version (11.2 mb) http://www.rla.unc.edu/Publications/NCArch/NCA_51.pdf http://www.rla.unc.edu/Publications/NCArch/NCA_51(e-book).pdf Steep Shore (1)

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