La Harpe's Post: A Tale of French-Wichita Contact on the Eastern Plains

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La Harpe’s Post
A Tale of French-Wichita Contact
on the Eastern Plains

GEORGE H. ODELL

With appendixes by
Marie E. Brown
John C. Dixon
Lee and Mary Elizabeth Good
Eric Menzel
Isabella J. Muntz
Kenneth L. Shingleton Jr.
Joe B. Thompson
Frieda Vereecken-Odell
Bonnie C. Yates

THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA PRESS
Tuscaloosa and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Tables xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • 1- The Land That Knew No European 1
  • 2- Who Were These Indians? 10
  • 3- The New World as Political Pawn 27
  • 4- Industry Presents An Opportunity 41
  • 5- A Testimony to Storage and Cooking 53
  • 6- Teasing Meaning from Bits and Pieces 75
  • 7- What Were Those People Doing There? 101
  • 8- Hypothesizing the Eighteenth Century 130
  • Appendix 1- Floodplain Geomorphology 143
  • Appendix 2- Feature Data 155
  • Appendix 3- Observations on the Faunal Remains from 34Tu65 183
  • Appendix 4- Ceramic Techniques 193
  • Appendix 5- Lithic Analysis 229
  • Appendix 6- Glass Beads from a Protohistoric Wichita Indian Site in Tulsa County, Oklahoma 271
  • Appendix 7- Metal Artifacts from the Lasley Vore Site 281
  • Appendix 8- Radiocarbon Dates 291
  • Appendix 9- Statistical Analyses 297
  • Appendix 10- Pottery Clays 305
  • Appendix 11- Small-Sized Debitage Analysis 319
  • Notes 331
  • References Cited 339
  • Contributors 361
  • Index 363
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