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Initial shield woodland [electronic resource] ; NC54.

Publication:
New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2002-
Format/Description:
Website/Database
Series:
eHRAF archaeology. North America
eHRAF archaeology. North America

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Subjects:
Indians of North America -- Michigan -- Upper Peninsula -- Antiquities.
Indians of North America -- Minnesota -- Antiquities.
Indians of North America -- Wisconsin -- Antiquities.
Indians of North America -- Manitoba -- Antiquities.
Indians of North America -- Ontario -- Antiquities.
Indians of North America -- Saskatchewan -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Michigan -- Upper Peninsula.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Minnesota.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Wisconsin.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Manitoba.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ontario.
Upper Peninsula (Mich.) -- Antiquities.
Minnesota -- Antiquities.
Wisconsin -- Antiquities.
Manitoba -- Antiquities.
Ontario -- Antiquities.
Saskatchewan -- Antiquities.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Summary:
Summarizes the environment, settlements, economy, sociopolitical organization, and religion and expressive culture of the Initial Shield Woodland tradition, also known as the Laurel culture or tradition. Includes abstracts and full text of nine documents about Initial Shield Woodland archaeological sites in upper Minnesota, southwestern and south-central Ontario, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and parts of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and the Door Peninsula in Wisconsin. Articles cover the period 2150-600 B.P.
Contents:
The archaeology of Summer Island / David S. Brose
The Wabinosh River site and the Laurel tradition in northwestern Ontario / K.C.A. Dawson
The Naomikong Point site and the dimensions of Laurel in the Lake Superior region / Donald E. Janzen
The vertebrate fauna from Pike Bay Mound, Smith Mound 4, and McKinstry Mound / Paul W. Lukens, Jr.
Tradition summary: Initial Shield Woodland / Ronald Mason and Sarah Berry
Rock Island and the Laurel cultural frontier in northern Lake Michigan / Ronald J. Mason
Laurel / C.S. Reid, Grace Rajnovich
The Laurel culture in Minnesota / James B. Stoltman
Nonceramic artifacts from Laurel culture sites excavated prior to 1961 / David L. Webster
The Laurel tradition and the Middle Woodland period / J.V. Wright.
Notes:
Title from Web page (viewed Feb. 12, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2002.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Rajnovich, Grace.
Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Contains:
Brose, David S. Archaeology of Summer Island.
Dawson, K. C. A. (Kenneth C. A.). Wabinosh River site and the Laurel tradition in northwestern Ontario.
Janzen, Donald E. Naomikong Point site and the dimensions of Laurel in the Lake Superior region.
Lukens, Paul W., 1928- Vertebrate fauna from Pike Bay Mound, Smith Mound 4, and McKinstry Mound.
Mason, Ronald J. Rock Island and the Laurel cultural frontier in northern Lake Michigan.
Reid, C. S. Laurel.
Stoltman, James B., 1935- Laurel culture in Minnesota.
Webster, David L., 1943- Nonceramic artifacts from Laurel culture sites excavated prior to 1961.
Wright, J. V. (James Valliè€re), 1932-2004. Laurel tradition and the Middle Woodland period.
OCLC:
56130171
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.