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eBook Mohawk Valley Archaeology: The Sites (Occasional Papers in Anthropology) ePub

by Dean R. Snow

  • ISBN: 0964791307
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Dean R. Snow
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pennsylvania State Univ Dept of (August 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 519
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Mohawk Valley archaeology: The sites. Unpublished Manuscript. The Rogers Farm site: A seventeenth-century Cayuga site. The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 100: 18–25. Spiess, A. E. (1990). Deer tooth sectioning, eruption, and seasonality of deer hunting in prehistoric Maine. Man in the Northeast 39: 29–44. Stewart, F. L. (1989). Seasonal movements of Indians in Acadia as evidenced by historical documents and vertebrate faunal remains from archaeological sites. Man in the Northeast 38: 55–77.

This on-going project investigates the colonial era of New York's Mohawk Valley. The bill proposed by Senator Blackburn would endanger the heritage of most of the Mohawk Valley and the sites which convey and carry our knowledge of the past to the present. This short-sighted bill will sacrifice the substance of the past in favor of the narrow, financial gain of developers and is an insult to the communities she claims to support.

a b c d e f g "Introduction", In Mohawk Country: Early Narratives about a Native People], ed. Dean R. Snow, Charles T. Gehring, William A. Starna, Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Snow, Dean R. 1995b Mohawk Valley Archaeology: The Sites. State University of New York, Albany. Snow, Dean . and Starna, William A. 1989 Sixteenth-Century Depopulation: A View from the Mohawk Valley. American Anthropologist 91:142–149. Snow, Dean R. 2001 The Evolution of the Mohawk Iroquois. In Societies in Eclipse: Archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands Indians, . Smithsonian Institution, Washington, . Starna, William A. 1980 Mohawk Iroquois Populations: A Revision.

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Department of gy, State . Mohawk Valley; Colonial America; GPR; Earth Resistance; Magnetometry; Built Environment. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press.

Department of gy, State University of New York at Cortland, Cortland, USA. Geometrics In. San Jose, USA. ABSTRACT. In the mid-eighteenth century, the Mohawk River Valley was the colonial frontier in New York, and different social, political, and cultural groups were creating their identity through action and material culture, including the built environment. Conflicts of Interest. The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

The Vanderwerken Site is a previously unknown late sixteenth-century Mohawk site in the Schoharie Valley. The Vanderwerken Site is a previously unknown late sixteenth-century Mohawk site in the Schoharie Valley. In 1991, during survey for a gas pipeline, a backhoe testing program uncovered the site buried deep in the Schoharie Creek floodplain.

Dean R. Snow is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Penn State University. He is an archaeologist who specializes in ethnohistoric and demographic problems. In recent years his work has led him into Geographic Information Systems (GIS) approaches to these issues.

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