Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective

By Lynne P. Sullivan; Robert C. Mainfort Jr. | Go to book overview

Copyright 2010 by Lynne P. Sullivan and Robert C. Mainfort Jr.

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Printed in the United States of America. This book is printed on Glatfelter
Natures Book, a paper certified under the standards of the Forestry
Stewardship Council (FSC). It is a recycled stock that contains 30 percent
post-consumer waste and is acid-free.

First cloth printing, 2010
First paperback printing, 2012

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Sullivan, Lynne P.
Mississippian mortuary practices: beyond hierarchy and the
representationist perspective/Lynne P. Sullivan and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.
p. cm.—(Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen series)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978–0–8130–3426–3 (cloth: alk. paper)
ISBN 978–0–8130–4201–5 (pbk.)
1. Mississippian culture—Southern States. 2. Mississippian culture—Middle
West. 3. Claflin-Emerson Expedition—Funeral customs and rites—
Southern States—History. 4. Indians of North America—Funeral customs
and rites—Middle West—History. 5. Social archaeology—Southern States.
6. Social archaeology—Middle West. 7. Indians of North America—
Southern States—Antiquities. 8. Indians of North America—Middle
West—Antiquities. 9. Southern States—Antiquities. 10. Middle West—
Antiquities. I. Mainfort, Robert C., 1948– II. Title.
E99.M6815S85 2010
975.’019–dc22              2009038763

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