James River Chiefdoms: The Rise of Social Inequality in the Chesapeake

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Index
absolute ceramic seriation, 6, 63–64, 201, 204, 237. See also ceramics
Accokeek Creek site (18PR8), 29, 222
Adena, 40, 42
agency, 2, 6. See also cultural practices
Albemarle ceramics, 34–35, 38, 128, 190– 93, 205, 209, 243, 245
Albemarle Sound, 13, 15
Algonquin Indians, xi, 4, 11, 20, 22, 31, 34, 116, 128, 162, 164, 168, 178. See also Powhatan Indians
alluvial dynamics, 70–74
American Bottom region, 51
Amoroleck, 11, 37, 162, 176
Appomattuck Indians, 165
Archaeological Society of Virginia, 5, 213, 234, 248
Archer, Gabriel, 25, 83, 112
Area 2/3 site (44WR300), 245–46
Batts, Thomas, 38
beans, 31, 91, 156, 212, 215, 236, 244
Beaver Pond site (44BA39), 117, 173
Bessemer site (44BO26), 41, 116–19, 173, 245, 247–48
Beverley, Robert, 118
Blanton, Dennis, 18–19
Blanton, Richard, 53
Blue Ridge Mountains, 1, 11, 12, 15, 17, 35, 36, 38, 159, 223
Boathouse Pond site (44NB111), 152
Braun, David P., 52
burial practices, 1, 6, 23, 30, 35–36, 38— 43, 57–58, 64, 78, 111, 112, 121, 123– 25, 155, 158–59, 173–76, 177, 223, 229, 231, 233, 236, 239–40, 241–42, 244, 245, 246, 249
Cabin Run site (44WR3), 248
Cape Henry, 163–64, 233
Carter’s Grove Museum site (44JC118), 237–39
Cashie ceramics, 128
Cement Plant site (44AU51), 61–62, 243– 44
ceramics, 4, 29, 34, 38, 44, 51–52, 56– 57, 242; discard behavior and, 80–83; household assemblage of, 81; Piedmont sequence of, 190–94, 198–99; stylistic analysis of, 127–43; surface treatments of, 131–43, 151–53, 217– 18; vessel diameter of, 98–99. See also individual ceramic wares
chenopodium, 212
Chesapeake Bay, xi, 4, 26, 42, 135, 155, 160–61; environmental setting of, 11— 19, 31, 71–74
Chicacoan Indians, 152
Chickahominy Indians, 26, 176, 182
chiefdoms, 22–23, 26–27, 36–37, 47–48, 126, 160, 179–80
Clark, Wayne E., 141
Clayton, John, 113, 118
climatological variation, 17–19
Coastal Plain, xi, 4, 13, 20, 29; archaeological record of, 27–31, 230–42; archaeological survey in, 28–29; environmental setting of, 16–17; settlement patterns of, 28–29. See also Powhatan Indians
College of William and Mary, 231

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