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Hopewell : NP55.

Author: David P BraunJames Allison BrownJane E BuikstraJeff CarskaddenWilliam S DanceyAll authors
Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2004-
Series: eHRAF archaeology., North America.
Edition/Format:   Website : Document   Continually Updated Resource   Computer File : English
Database:WorldCat
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This collection of 66 documents summarizes the environment, settlements, economy, sociopolitical organization, and religion and expressive culture of the Hopewell tradition. The focus is on archaeological investigations at Hopewell sites in the Midwest and the southeastern United States. Articles by Seeman, Griffin and Asch provide overviews. This collection includes all sections of the proceedings of a conference  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Continually Updated Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David P Braun; James Allison Brown; Jane E Buikstra; Jeff Carskadden; William S Dancey; Don W Dragoo; N'omi Greber; James B Griffin; Bradley Thomas Lepper; Paul J Pacheco; Olaf H Prufer; Mark F Seeman; James B Stoltman; Stuart Struever; Alan Toth; Human Relations Area Files, inc.
OCLC Number: 56091371
Notes: Title from Web page (viewed Feb. 12, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2004.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: Illinois Hopewell burial practices and social organization ; Midwestern Hopewellian exchange and supralocal interaction / David P. Braun --
Northeastern extension of the Havana tradition / James A. Brown --
Contributions of physical anthropologists to the concept of Hopewell / Jane Buikstra --
Living on the edge / Jeff Carskadden --
Beyond the Scioto Valley / Flora Church, Annette G. Ericksen --
Evidence for habitation at the Fort Ancient earthworks, Warren County, Ohio / Robert P. Connolly --
Hopewell settlements at the Liberty Earthworks, Ross County, Ohio / Sean Coughlin, Mark F. Seeman --
Community model of Ohio Hopewell / William S. Dancey, Paul J. Pacheco --
Development of Adena culture and its role in the formation of Ohio Hopewell / Don W. Dragoo --
Stubbs cluster / Robert A. Genheimer --
Comparative study of site morphology and burial patterns at Edwin Harness Mound and Seip Mounds 1 and 2 / N'omi B. Greber --
Two geometric enclosures in the Paint Creek Valley / N'omi Greber --
Interpretations of Ohio Hopewell 1845-1984 and the recent emphasis on the study of dispersed hamlets / James B. Griffin --
Determining sedentism in the archaeological record / Sue Ellen Kozarek --
Hopewellian occupations at the northern periphery of the Newark earthworks / Bradley Lepper, Richard W. Yerkes --
Problems and solutions in the study of dispersed communities / Mark E. Madsen --
Middle Woodland intracommunity settlement variability / Paul J. Pacheco --
Tradition summary: Hopewell / Peter Peregrine and Sarah Berry --
How to construct a model ; Fort Hill 1964 ; Hopewell complex of Ohio / Olaf H. Prufer --
Hopewell interaction sphere / Mark F. Seeman --
Middle Woodland stage communities of southwestern Wisconsin / James B. Stoltman --
Western Basin Middle Woodland / David M. Stothers, G. Michael Pratt, Orrin C. Shane --
Hopewell interaction sphere in riverine-western Great Lakes culture history ; Woodland subsistence-settlement systems in the Lower Illinois Valley / Stuart Struever --
Marksville connection / Alan Toth --
Paleobotany in the Licking River Valley, Ohio / Dee Anne Wymer.
Series Title: eHRAF archaeology., North America.
Other Titles: Hopewell archaeology, the Chillicothe conference.
Ohio Hopewell community organization.

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This collection of 66 documents summarizes the environment, settlements, economy, sociopolitical organization, and religion and expressive culture of the Hopewell tradition. The focus is on archaeological investigations at Hopewell sites in the Midwest and the southeastern United States. Articles by Seeman, Griffin and Asch provide overviews. This collection includes all sections of the proceedings of a conference on Hopewell archaeology held in Chillicothe, Ohio and all chapters of Ohio Hopewell community organization, edited by Dancey and Pacheco.

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