Foragers and Farmers of the early and Middle Woodland Periods

Series: Recent Research in Pennsylvania Archaeology

Paul A. Raber and Verna L. Cowin, eds., 2003. The papers in this volume reflect a range of recent thought and research in what Raber describes as the most "enigmatic periods of Pennsylvania's prehistory." The papers were chosen to represent a variety of viewpoints and approaches to the period, and include evidence from all parts of the Commonwealth. This volume will be of interest to archaeologist and students of archaeology. (PHMC in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Archaeological Council). 142 pp., 8 1/2 x 11, illus. paperback

Paul A. Raber and Verna L. Cowin, eds., 2003. The papers in this volume reflect a range of recent thought and research in what Raber describes as the most "enigmatic periods of Pennsylvania's prehistory." The papers were chosen to represent a variety of viewpoints and approaches to the period, and include evidence from all parts of the Commonwealth. This volume will be of interest to archaeologist and students of archaeology.
The papers in this volume represent a variety of viewpoints and approaches to the Early and Middle Woodland period, and include evidence from all parts of the Commonwealth.

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