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The early Late Prehistoric period (. Published November 18th 2002 by New York State Museum.

The early Late Prehistoric period (. 700-1300) is an important time in Northeastern prehistory because it was then that many of the subsistence and settlement traits of Native populations recorded during the early Historic period first become evident in the archaeological record. The chapters in this book provide regional summaries, analyses of specific sites and site categories, analyses of pottery and paleoethnobotanical data, and models for the adoption of maize-based agriculture.

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2002 Northeast Settlement and Subsistence Change, . New York State Museum. Bulletin No. 496, The University of the State. 140 Christina B. Rieth.

New York State Museum Record Volume 1, Albany, New York. Rieth, C. Rafferty, S. and D. Zaputo 2007 A Trace Element Analysis of Ceramics from the Pethick Site, Schoharie County, New York. North American Archaeologist 28(1):58-81. New York State Museum Bulletin No. 496. Rieth, . 2002 Early Late Prehistoric Subsistence and Settlement Diversity in the Southern Tier of New York. Project Manager.

John Paxton Hart, American archaeologist. Hart, John Paxton was born on March 30, 1958 in Oak Forest, Illinois, United States. Director cultural resources survey program New York State Museum, Albany, 1994-1999, bureau chief anthropl

John Paxton Hart, American archaeologist. Registered professional archaeologist. Registrar Register Professional Archaeologists, 1998-1999. Son of J. Paxton and Jean E. Hart. Bachelor, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1980. Director cultural resources survey program New York State Museum, Albany, 1994-1999, bureau chief anthropl. John Paxton Hart has been listed as a noteworthy archaeologist by Marquis Who's Who. Works.

By John P. Hart, Christina B. Rieth : Northeast nt Change . 700-1300 New York State Museum Bulletin 496

New York State Museum Bulletin 494. The University of the State of New York, Albany.

In Northeast nt Change: . New York State Museum Bulletin 496. Binford, Lewis R. 1965 Archaeological Systematics and the Study of Cultural Process. New York State Museum Bulletin 494. Hart, John P. 2000 New Dates on Classic New York State Sites: Just How Old Are Those Longhouses? Northeast Anthropology 60:1-22. 2001 Maize, Matrilocality, Migration and Northern Iroquoian Evolution.

New York State Museum Bulletin:494. Northeast Subsistence - Settlement Change . 700-1300, NY State Museum Bulletin 496:241-263. 2002 Paleoethnobotanical Indicators of Subsistence and Settlement Change in the Northeast. 2008 The Impact of Maize-based Agriculture on Prehistoric Plant Communities in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 51. .Bourque, Bruce J. and Steven L. Cox 1981 Maine State Museum Investigation of the Goddard Site, 1979. Man in The Northeast 22:3-27.

The early Late Prehistoric period (A.D. 700-1300) is an important time in Northeastern prehistory because it was then that many of the subsistence and settlement traits of Native populations recorded during the early Historic period first become evident in the archaeological record.

The chapters in this book provide regional summaries, analyses of specific sites and site categories, analyses of pottery and paleoethnobotanical data, and models for the adoption of maize-based agriculture.

This book provides an up-to-date coverage of current research on the early Late Prehistoric period in the Northeast from Ohio to New Brunswick, Canada that will spur additional research on this critical period of time.

An important book for anyone interested in the later prehistory of northeastern North America.