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Peabody Museum Monographs 4

The Neville Site

8,000 Years at Amoskeag, Manchester, New Hampshire

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PAPERBACK

$25.00 • £20.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780873659031

Publication Date: 09/15/2005

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160 pages

6 x 9 inches

23 halftones, 13 line drawings

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  • Preface
  • Introduction
    • History and Location of the Site
    • History of the Investigation
    • Study Methods
  • 1. Natural History
    • Geology and Environment
      • Topography and Structure
      • Modern Climate and Soils
      • Recent Vegetation
      • Recent Wild Fauna
      • Distant Resources
      • Structure and Depositional History of the Neville Terrace
      • Paleoecology
    • Physical Stratigraphy
      • Excavation Methods and Records
      • Interpretation of the Stratigraphy
      • Description of the Stratigraphy
  • 2. Description of Artifacts and Features
    • Projectile Points
      • Neville Stemmed Points
      • Neville Variants
      • Stark Stemmed Points
      • Merrimack Stemmed Points
      • Vosburg and Related Points
      • Wading River Points
      • Small Stemmed II Points
      • Squibnocket and Beekman Triangles
    • Perforators
    • Scrapers
      • Steep-bitted Flake Scrapers
      • Quartz Crystal Scrapers
      • Beaked Scrapers
      • Carinated Scrapers
      • Thick End Scrapers
      • Early Flake End Scrapers
      • Miscellaneous Middle Archaic Scrapers
      • Biface Scrapers
      • Expanded-bit Scrapers
      • Angled Scrapers
      • Ovate Biface Scrapers
      • Miscellaneous Late Archaic Scrapers
      • Long-flake End Scrapers
      • Meadowood Scrapers
      • Miscellaneous Flake Scrapers
    • Casual Flake Tools
      • Scrapers
      • Spokeshaves
      • Flake Knives
      • Choppers
    • Polyhedral Nuclei
    • Flaking Debris
      • Middle Archaic Biface Preforms
      • Workshops
      • Waste Flakes
    • Ground Stone Tools
      • Axes
      • Gouges and Adzes
      • Atlatl Weights
      • Ground Slates
    • Hammers
      • Pebble Hammers
      • Core Hammers
      • Angular Cobble Hammers
      • Discoid Cobble Hammers
    • Pebble Tools
      • Notched and Grooved Pebbles
    • Abraders
      • Middle Archaic Levels
      • Late Archaic Levels
      • Stratum
    • Pigments
      • Ocher
      • Graphite
    • Nonartifactual Materials
    • Aboriginal Ceramics
    • Features
      • Excavation and Analysis
      • Descriptions
  • 3. Cultural Stratigraphy and Assemblages
    • Cultural Stratigraphy
      • Lithic Materials Frequencies
      • Microchemical Analysis
      • Artifact Frequencies
      • Feature Frequencies
      • Artifact Type Distributions
      • Dated Charcoal Samples
    • Assemblages
      • Stratum 5 B
      • Stratum 5 A
      • Stratum 4 B
      • Stratum 4 A
      • Stratum 3
      • Stratum 2
  • 4. Cultural History and Activities
    • Earliest Occupants
    • Middle Archaic Occupants
      • The Neville Complex
      • The Stark Complex
      • Merrimack Complex
      • Summary
    • Hiatus and Reoccupation
      • Vosburg and Otter Creek Points
    • Late Archaic Occupants
      • Brewerton Complex(es)
      • Small Point Tradition
      • Atlantic Complex
      • Summary
    • Later Occupants
      • Susquehanna Tradition Complexes
      • Woodland Complexes
  • 5. Summary and Conclusions
    • The Amoskeag Locale
    • The Southern New England Region
      • Sequence
      • Seasonality and Settlement Systems
      • Culture History
      • Adaptation
    • The Atlantic Coastal Area
      • The Middle Archaic Period
      • The Atlantic Slope Macrotradition
  • Appendix
    • Lithic Materials
      • Rhyolite
      • Argillite
  • References

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