Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

A study of the chronological placement of selected Mississippian-period occupations within the Ackerman Unit of the Tombigbee National Forest
by Triplett, Andrew Mickens, M.A., Mississippi State University, 2008, 99; 1459828
Abstract (Summary)

The timing of Mississippian-period occupations in the North Central Hills physiographic region of Mississippi has been debated. Some researchers believe they occurred in conjunction with Late Woodland period occupations during the Early Mississippian period, while others assert they were later, in either the Late Mississippian or early Protohistoric periods. A program of systematic shovel testing, excavation and frequency seriation was used to delineate Mississippian-period occupations and test the cultural lineage between them and Late Woodland period occupations at nine sites on the Ackerman Unit of the Tombigbee National Forest.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Rafferty, Janet
Commitee: Hogue, Homes, Peacock, Evan
School: Mississippi State University
Department: Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
School Location: United States -- Mississippi
Source: MAI 47/02M, Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Archaeology, Cultural anthropology, American history, Native American studies
Keywords: Evolutionary archaeology, Mississippi, Mississippian-period, North Central Hills, Occupation delineation, Shell-tempered pottery
Publication Number: 1459828
ISBN: 9780549895725
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