This volume is a major synthesis of the archaeology of the Appalachian region and includes much material that was previously unpublished or underpublished. The information and interpretations presented will be very useful for archaeologists working in eastern North American who are interested in this diverse region. C. Clifford Boyd, Jr., Radford University Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands reveals that every part of Appalachia yields archaeological evidence significant to understanding the broad prehistoric sweep of the American Indians. In this most welcome volume, editors Lynn Sullivan and Susan Prezzano have assembled the most current interpretations of archaeological theory, technology, and cultural history as these occour in the highlands of eastern North America. . . . This volume to shatteer myths about Appalachian and its past. David S. Brose, Director, Schiele Museum of Natural History"
The Editors: Lynne P. Sullivan is curator of archaeology at the University of Tennessee s Frank H. McClung Museum and research associate professor of anthropology at the University of Tennessee. She is editor of The Prehistory of the Chickamauga Basin in Tennessee, also published by the University of Tennessee Press. Susan C. Prezzano is an associate professor of anthropology at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She is coauthor of Excavations at the Boland Site, 1984-1987: A Preliminary Report and a contributor to Gender in Ancient America."
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