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Shell Gorgets

Styles of the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Southeast

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PAPERBACK

$85.00 • £68.95 • €76.50

ISBN 9780873658126

Publication Date: 03/29/1996

Short

544 pages

2641 halftones, 33 maps, 41 line illustrations

Peabody Museum Press

World, subsidiary rights restricted

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • I. Gorget Styles
    • Bird
      • Cox Mound
      • Hixon
      • Jackson
      • Pearce
      • Unassigned
    • Crib
      • Bennett
      • Donnaha
      • Moorehead
      • Warren Wilson
      • Unassigned
    • Cruciform
      • Crable
      • Dunning
      • Lenoir
      • Oktibbeha
      • Pickett
      • Pine Island
      • Ruffner
      • Russell
      • Tibbee Creek
      • Younge
      • Unassigned
    • Geometric
      • Claflin
      • Finklestein
      • Krieger
      • South Atlantic
      • Taskigi
      • Unassigned
    • Human Figural
      • Big Toco
      • Cartersville
      • Eddyville
      • Hamilton
      • Houston
      • Hull
      • McGimsey
      • Philbrook
      • Rhoden
      • Spaghetti
      • Unassigned
    • Mask
      • Buffalo
      • Chickamauga
      • McBee
      • Unassigned
    • Rattlesnake
      • Lick Creek
      • Brakebill
      • Carters Quarter
      • Citico
      • Saltville
      • Unassigned
    • Spider
      • McAdams
      • Orton
      • Rudder
      • Unassigned
    • Triskele
      • Nashville I
      • Nashville II
      • Springs
      • Unassigned
    • Plain
    • Annular
    • Unclassified
    • Summary
  • II. Archaeological Contexts
    • Etowah
    • Gulf Coastal Plain
      • Lake Jackson
      • Cemochechobee
      • Pine Log Creek
    • Georgia–Carolina Piedmont
      • Beaverdam Creek
      • Chauga
      • Hollywood
      • Nacoochee
      • Little Egypt
      • Garden Creek
      • Warren Wilson
      • Nelson
      • Donnaha
    • Upper Tennessee River Valley
      • Lick Creek
      • Brakebill
      • McMahan
      • Fain’s Island
      • Toqua
      • Talassee
      • Tellico
      • Settico
      • Hiwassee Island
      • Bennett Place
      • Hixon
      • Dallas
      • Citico
      • Long Island
      • Bellefonte
      • Hobb’s Island
      • Rudder
      • Cox
    • Tennessee–Cumberland Basin
      • Castalian Springs
      • Greenwood
      • Gray’s Farm
      • Rutherford’s Farm
      • Thompson
    • Midcontinental Riverine
      • Cahokia
      • Crable
      • Emmons
      • Angel
      • Kincaid
      • Saint Mary’s
    • Middle Tennessee River Valley
      • Koger’s Island
      • Little Bear Creek
      • Mulberry Creek
      • Perry
    • Central Tombigee River Valley
      • Kellogg
      • Tibbee Creek
      • Lubbub Creek
    • Coosa–Tallapoosa Draninage
      • Hightower
      • Polecat Ford
      • Charlotte Thompson
      • Thirty Acre Field
      • Taskigi
    • Moundville
  • III. Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Dynamics in the Southeast
    • Distributional Correlations
      • Shell
      • Copper
      • Stone
      • Pottery
      • Summary
    • Chronological Implications
    • Interactive Phenomena
    • Concluding Remarks
  • Appendix: Photographic Inventory of Shell Gorgets
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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