Time's River: Archaeological Syntheses from the Lower Mississippi River Valley

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Index
Abide Airport site, Mississippi, 113
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 43n6
acorns, leaching of, 333
Acree site, Mississippi, 300, 306–7, 333
Adams site, Tennessee, 423
Addis paste, 66, 256
Addis Plain, 369, 385, 394n2
aerial photography, 132–38, 147, 156, 166, 348
African American sites, 395
agency, 5, 212
agricultural practices. See formation processes; sharecropping; tenant farming
Alexander series ceramics, 250
Alligator site, Mississippi, 359, 378
American Museum of Natural History, 26
AMS dating. See radiocarbon dating
analytical bias. See bias
Anna Incised, 374–75, 384, 387, 390, 394n2
Anna phase, 375
Anna site, Mississippi, 394n2
Antebellum. See Historic period
Anthony's Fork site, Mississippi, 107
anthropogenic environmental impact, 79, 81, 84–92, 297, 341, 430
archaeomagnetic dating, 179, 351
Archaic period, 83, 92, 123, 146, 153, 156, 169– 70, 172–73, 188, 190, 218, 278, 289, 290, 293, 294, 330, 333, 355; Early, 153–54, 431; Late, 83, 145, 153, 155, 215, 223, 251, 255, 288, 300, 304– 5, 327–29, 331; Middle, 76, 83, 95–96, 153–54, 278, 288, 300, 304–5, 327, 346, 351, 431
architectural resources. See Historic period
Arcola School site, Mississippi, 113
Arcola site, Mississippi, 111, 113
Arkansas Post. See Wallace Bottom site
artifact: as a concept, 140–41; as unit of deposition, 141–42, 144. See also feature; occupation
ash-tempered ceramics, 261
aspect, as a concept, 59–60
attribute. See classification
auger testing, 347, 427–28
Austin site, Mississippi, 185, 186, 189
AutoZone site, Tennessee, 422, 423
Avenue Polychrome, 367–68, 374, 381, 384, 387, 389
Avoyel Indians, 391
Baldwin Plain, 254
Baldwin series ceramics, 252
Banks site, Arkansas, 279, 288, 291, 293, 294, 295, 303
Baptiste site, Louisiana, 32
Barner site, Mississippi, 185, 187, 189
Barnes phase, 145, 156, 232, 301
Barry site, Mississippi, 156
Barton, Charles, 377, 394n4
Barton Incised, 370, 374, 380–82, 384, 387, 388, 389–90, 391

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