2 edition of partial bibliography of the archaeology of Pennsylvania and adjacent states. found in the catalog.
partial bibliography of the archaeology of Pennsylvania and adjacent states.
Frontier Forts and Trails Survey.
by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania Historical commission in Harrisburg
|Statement||Edited by Claude E. Schaeffer and Leo J. Roland.|
|Contributions||Schaeffer, Claude E., ed., Roland, Leo J., joint ed., Pennsylvania Historical Survey., Pennsylvania Historical Commission.|
|LC Classifications||Z1329 .F75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 45 p.|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||41046207|
The primary focus of this booklet is the use of anthropology in archaeology and the history of American Indians and their culture in Pennsylvania. Explanations are given for: (1) anthropology; (2) the purpose of archaeology; (3) archaeological interpretations and patterns of culture; (4) types of societies (bands, tribes, chiefdoms, and states); (5) customs and their diffusion; and (6) : Barry C. Kent. The State Museum of Pennsylvania, adjacent to the State Capitol in Harrisburg, is one of 24 historic sites and museums administered by the Pennsylvania Historical &Museum Commission as part of the Pennsylvania Trails of History. The State Museum offers expansive collections interpreting Pennsylvania’s fascinating heritage.
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by Claude E. Schaeffer and Leo J. Roland Pennsylvania Historical Commission Harrisburgr, Pa Australian/Harvard Citation. A SELECTED, PARTIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED CAHOKIA ARCHAEOLOGY Note: this is not a comprehensive bibliography as it does not include hundreds of papers presented at professional meetings or field reports, just published materials.
Also note that some authors’ articles are listed only under some of the edited volumes. This book represents a synthesis of Native American archaeology in Pennsylvania. It is based on both compliance-mandated CRM archaeology as well as archaeological investigations conducted by universities, museums, and local chapters of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology.
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Historical Society of Pennsylvania. and Sheafer, P. Historical map of Pennsylvania: showing the Indian names of streams, and villages, and paths of travel: the sites of old forts and battle-fields: the successive purchases from the Indians: and the names and dates of counties and county towns: with tables of forts and proprietary manors.
Pennsylvania Archaeology. Archaeologist preserve the past and educate the public about the role of archaeology in preserving our heritage. The State Museum of Pennsylvania's Section of Archaeology manages the collections resulting from state and federal archaeological investigations and curates these collections for future generations.
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The Library is regularly updated with new collections from publishers and fieldwork reports deposited via the OASIS system. Click ‘About’ to find out more about what the Library holds. The Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, Inc. was organized in to: Promote the study of the prehistoric and historic archaeological resources of Pennsylvania and neighboring states.
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With roughly one million objects in our care, the Penn Museum encapsulates and illustrates the human story: who we are and where we came from. In First Pennsylvanians, Kurt Carr and Roger Moeller provide a broad, accessible, and wide-ranging overview of the archaeological record of Native Americans in Pennsylvania from early prehistory through the Paleoindian, Archaic, Transitional, Woodland, and Contact periods, stretching f years ago to authors present and analyze specific traits of each archaeological time /5(6).
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