2 edition of archaeological sequence at Durant Bend, Dallas County, Alabama found in the catalog.
archaeological sequence at Durant Bend, Dallas County, Alabama
Charles Roger Nance
Bibliography: p. 223-239.
|Other titles||Archeological sequence at Durant Bend, Dallas County, Alabama.|
|Statement||by C. Roger Nance ; with appendices by John T. Thurmond and Valdmyra M. Nance.|
|Series||Special publications of the Alabama Archaeological Society ;, no. 2 (Dec. 1976), Special publications of the Alabama Archaeological Society ;, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Thurmond, John T., Nance, Valdmyra M.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A28 N36 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||88158052|
Dallas County was created by the Alabama Territorial legislature on Feb. 9, from Montgomery County, a portion of the Creek cession of Aug. 9, It was named for U.S. Treasury Secretary Alexander J. Dallas of Pennsylvania. Dallas County is located in the Black Belt region of the west-central portion of the state. Prehistoric Indians of the Southeast: Archaeology of Alabama and the Middle South This book deals with the prehistory of the region encompassed by the present state of Alabama and spans a period of s years—from B.C. and the earliest documented appearance of human beings in the area to A.D. , when the early European.
Oceans of Alabama (illustration by the author) Say “Alabama” and the word “fossil” doesn’t immediately jump to mind. That’s understandable, the Author: Asher Elbein. County, Alabama, the site was established adjacent to an extensive and still-active oyster reef at the confluence of Coden Bayou and Portersville Bay, on the bay-ou’s eastern shore. Portersville Bay is a small embayment of Mississippi Sound. Mississippi Sound is a shallow body of the Gulf of Mexico that lies between a series.
Archaeological Investigation of Five Proposed Barrow Pit Locations in Harpersville, Shelby County, Alabama. Eddie M. Hatcher. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. Tennessee Valley Archaeological Research, Special Investigation 2. Morey, Darcy F. Vertebrate Resource Utilization at the Widows Creek Site (1JA), Jackson County, Alabama. Submitted by the Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville to the Tennessee Valley Authority in accordance with Contract TVV. Norton.
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The archaeological sequence at Durant Bend, Dallas County, Alabama by Charles Roger Nance; 1 edition; Subjects: Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Indians of North America; Places: Alabama, Durant Bend Site (Ala.).
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Allen was an avocational archaeologist who worked with James Cambron and David Hulse studying Alabama archaeology. This type was discussed in John Powell's book on points of the Carolinas. No professional reference to this type were located.
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This is a listing of sites of archaeological interest in the state of Alabama, in the United States. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Archaeological sites in Alabama. Subcategories. This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Recent News Call for Papers for the Journal of Alabama Archaeology. The Journal of Alabama Archaeology is a peer-reviewed journal that provides the latest research on topics relevant to the history and archaeology of Alabama. Published by the Alabama Archaeological Society (AAS), the JAA covers a wide range of archaeological topics including prehistoric and.
This makes Alabama's Prehistoric Indians and Artifacts, by David M. Johnson Jr. a timely and welcome addition. The book is organized in a logical sequence of ten chapters.
The first chapter deals with an introduction to Archaeology and covers important topics such as reporting and recording sites, keeping good records of collections, and laws /5(12).
ATTENTION!!!!. AAS Annual Winter Meeting. Janu in Gulf Shores, AL. The 65th Annual Winter Meeting of the Alabama Archaeological Society will take place on Saturday, Janu at the Gulf Shores Cultural Center Auditorium ( Oak Road West [Baldwin County Road 6]) in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The Bend Road archaeological site is an open site in Melbourne, was discovered during survey and archaeological testing for the proposed Scoresby Freeway, which became the EastLink Freeway.
The site is located in two separate areas on either side of Bend Road, Dandenong South (Bend Road 1 to the north, Bend Road 2 to the south) where the freeway. Archaeological Investigations at the Catoma Creek Site 21 appropriate” (Chase ).
Most of what we know about Cobbs Swamp is based on Chase’s observations from his years of survey work and site testing and excavation in central Alabama and also by analogy with the Cartersville and Deptford cultures to the east in Georgia.
Unfortu-File Size: 3MB. Archaeology. The University of South Alabama established the Center for Archaeological Studies in to conduct archaeological research, teaching, and public service in the north-central Gulf Coast region.
The Center promotes the archaeological study and appreciation of the region's prehistoric and historic past; disseminates to the public information about the region's.
Dallas County, Alabama Facts. When was Dallas County, AL Created. Dallas County was created on Feb. 9,from portions of the Creek cession of Aug.
9,Monroe County and Montgomery particular county was named in honor of Alexander James Dallas (–), U.S. Secretary of Treasury. What is the County Seat of Dallas County, AL. Archaeology Heist Revealed In Alabama Ap / AM / AP Hoping to solve an archaeological crime after more than two decades, the University of Alabama has revealed a major theft.
This book deals with the prehistory of the region encompassed by the present state of Alabama and spans a period of s years—from B.C. and the earliest documented appearance of human beings in the area to A.D. when the early European settlements were well established.
Only within the last five decades have remains of these prehistoric peoples 3/5(2). JOURNAL OF ALABAMA ARCHAEOLOGY (Vol. 38, No.2, Figure 1. Engraved Stone Disk Allegedly Found in Hale County, Alabama, and Almost Certainly a Fake (st.
Louis Art Museum Catalog Number ; Photograph Courtesy St. Louis Art Museum). CA-Ala in the overall culture sequence of the southern San Francisco Bay area and its fit with the B1 short sequence chronology proposed for central California by James.
Bennyhoff and colleagues. This B1 short sequence is one of a number. Dallas County Courthouse Dallas County was created by an act of the Territorial Legislature on February 9,almost two years before Alabama became a state. InCahaba, a small town located in central Dallas County at the junction of the Cahaba River and the Alabama River, was chosen as the county seat and the capital of the state.
Where Dallas’ Oldest History Goes to Die In a basement at SMU, an archaeologist is trying to save North Texas' prehistory. Her work shows us how recklessly Dallas has built a modern city.Archaeological Studies The University of South Alabama USA Drive South Mobile, AL Most textbooks present archaeology only in relation to ancient Egypt, Pompeii, or Mesoamerica - civilizations with truly exciting histories.Alabama Department of Archives and History Washington Ave.