Research Series 68 The Battle Mound Landscape by Duncan P. McKinnon

 

The Battle Mound Landscape

by Duncan P. McKinnon
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Research Series No. 68, 2017
ISBN 978-1-56349-107-8
viii + 181 pp., 110 illus.
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Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains: Proceedings of a Seminar at the Field Museum of Natural History organized by Jonathan Haas.

edited by Jane E. Buikstra and Douglas H. Ubelaker
Contributions by:
D. Aftandilian, J. E. Buikstra, M. Finnegan, J. Haas, D. A. Kice, C. R. Nichol, D. W. Owsley, J. C. Rose, M. J. Schoeninger, G. R. Scott, C. G. Turner II, D. H. Ubelaker, P. L. Walker, and E. Weidl
StandardsThere is much to recommend this volume. It has the tang of a workshop that worked. It is practical down to the design of record sheets. It can be knocked around in the lab or dropped in a puddle without fear of the cost of a replacement. And it is strictly necessary. Experts are brought together; they give their opinions on areas they know best; a protocol is drawn up for what minimal records to take if time is short, and what more to undertake if the opportunity arises. Cyprian Broodbank, Antiquity
1994, 272 pages, 140 illus., forms, Bib, Index,
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CNPO OVERVIEW VOLUMES


The Central and Northern Plains (CNPO) Overviews are a set of regional archeological and bioanthropological summaries of the north central United States produced by the Arkansas Archeological Survey for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Written and edited by top regional scholars, these volumes are important baseline reference works for academic archeologists, students, and cultural resource managers. Summaries of sites, cultural sequences, and bioanthropology are organized in a framework of adaptation types for an overall approach emphasizing human interactions with varied and changing landscapes over the past 12,000 years.

 

RS47 (PDF) Archeological and Bioarcheological Resources of the Northern Plains
by George C. Frison and Robert C. Mainfort et al. 1996. 206 pages. 1-56349-078-1.
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Other volumes in this series remain in print and are available for sale by contacting archpubs@uark.edu:
RS45   Holocene Human Adaptations in the Missouri Prairie Timberlands
by W. Raymond Wood et al. 1995. 218 pages. 1-56349-076-5. $5.00
RS48   Archeology and Paleoecology of the Central Great Plains
edited by Jack L. Hofman. 292 pages. 1-56349-079-X.  $5.00
RS49   Bioarcheology of the North Central United States
edited by Douglas W. Owsley and Jerome C. Rose. 1997. 378 pages. 1-56349-080-3. $5.00
RS50   Archeological Literature of the North Central United States
1996. 1-56349-081-1. (CNPO) CD-ROM. $5.00
RS52   Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Northern Woodlands
by Elizabeth D. Benchley et al. 1997. 370 pages. 1-56349-083-8. $5.00

SWDO OVERVIEW VOLUMES


The Southwest Division (SWDO) Overviews are a set of regional archeological and bioanthropological summaries of the south central United States produced by the Arkansas Archeological Survey for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Written and edited by top regional scholars, these volumes are important baseline reference works for academic archeologists, students, and cultural resource managers. Summaries of sites, cultural sequences, and bioanthropology are organized in a framework of adaptation types for an overall approach emphasizing human interactions with varied and changing landscapes over the past 12,000 years.

RS31 (PDF) Human Adaptation in the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains 
by George Sabo III et al. 1988. 296 pages. 1-56349-059-5.
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RS32 (PDF) Human Adaptations and Cultural Change in the Greater Southwest: An Overview of Archeological Resources in the Basin and Range Province
by Alan H. Simmons et al. 1989. 322 pages. 1-56349-060-9.
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RS33 From the Gulf to the Rio Grande: Human Adaptation in Central, South, and Lower Pecos, Texas
by Thomas Hester et al. 1989. 178 pages. 1-56349-061-7.
$5 (hard copy) Contact archpubs@uark.edu for ordering information.
RS35 (PDF) From Clovis to Comanchero: Archeological Overview of the Southern Great Plains
by Jack L. Hofman et al. 1989. 286 pages. 1-56349-063-3.
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RS36 The Archeological Literature of the South-Central United States
edited by W. Fredrick Limp et al. 1989. I, Author Index; II-IV, Subject Index. 1049 pages. 4 volumes. 1-56349-064-1.
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RS37 (PDF) Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Trans-Mississippi South in Arkansas and Louisiana
by Marvin D. Jeter et al. 1989. 468 pages. LOC 89-084615.
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RS38 VOLUME 1 - (PDF) The Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Gulf Coastal Plain Volume 1 by Dee Ann Story et al. 1990. 2 volumes, 748 pages. 1-56349-066-8.
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RS38 VOLUME 2 - (PDF) The Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Gulf Coastal Plain Volume 2 by Dee Ann Story et al. 1990. 2 volumes, 748 pages. 1-56349-066-8.
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RS55 Bioarcheology of the South Central United States 
edited by Jerome C. Rose. 1999. 296 pages. 1-56349-086-2.
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