1 edition of Turk site : a Mississippian town of the western Kentucky border found in the catalog.
Turk site : a Mississippian town of the western Kentucky border
|Statement||edited by Richard Edging ; R. Barry Lewis, principal investigator ; with contributions by Richard Edging ... [et al.].|
|Series||Western Kentucky project report ;, 3|
|LC Classifications||E78.K3 T87 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 70 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||87621415|
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The Turk site: a Mississippian town of the western Kentucky border Published by Dept. of Anthropology, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Written in English There's no description for this book : The Turk Site: a Mississippian Town of the Western Kentucky Border. Richard Edging, Robert P.
Kruger, R. Barry Lewis, John McGill, Len J. Stelle, Richard (editor) Edging. Western Kentucky Project,1. Urbana-Champaign, IL: Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois.
(tDAR id: )Author: Richard Edging, Robert P. Kruger, R. Barry Lewis, John McGill, Len J. Stelle. The Turk Site: A Mississippian Town of the Western Kentucky Border, edited by Richard Edging (). Archaeological Investigations in Carlisle, Hickman, and Fulton Counties, Kentucky: Site Survey and Excavations, by Tom Sussenbach and R.
Barry Lewis (). The Turk Site (15CE6) is a Mississippian culture archaeological site located near Bardwell in Carlisle County, Kentucky, on a bluff spur overlooking the Mississippi River floodplain. Len J. Stelle No description specified. (1 Record) Documents. The Turk Site: a Mississippian Town of the Western Kentucky Border () Related Creators.
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The Turk Site Faunal Assemblage: a Study of Intrasite and Intersite Variation in Western Kentucky Mississippian Sites () The Turk Site: a Mississippi Period Town in Western Kentucky.
Test Excavations and Mapping Project () The Turk Site: a Mississippian Town of the Western Kentucky Border (). A chiefdom on a bluff top in the far western Kentucky town of Wickliffe: Wilbanks Site: A Late South Appalachian Mississippian single mound and village site in Etowah River, but now submerged underneath Lake Allatoona.
 Winterville Site: The type site for the Winterville phase of the Plaquemine Mississippian culture. This is a list of Mississippian sites. The Mississippian culture was a mound-building Native American culture that flourished in what is now the Midwestern, inland-Eastern, and Southeastern United States from approximately CE to CE, varying regionally.
Its core area, along the Mississippi River, stretched from sites such as Cahokia in modern Illinois, to Mound Bottom in Tennessee, to.
Mississippi joined the Union as the 20th state in and gets its name from the Mississippi River, which forms its western border. Early inhabitants of the. Richard (editor) Edging No description specified. (1 Record) Documents. The Turk Site: a Mississippian Town of the Western Kentucky Border () Related Creators.
McGill, John Related Keywords. Lithics Related Keywords and Creators are determined by looking at all of the Creators and Keywords associated with a Creator and highlighting the. Kentucky's Western Waterlands region is at the western edge of the state, and is home to popular outdoor recreation areas around Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley and Land Between the Lakes.
The region is bounded on the north by the Ohio River and on the west by the Mississippi River. Kentucky's two largest lakes, Kentucky Lake,acres and Lake Barkley, 58, acres, provide square.
Second-Order Communities in Western Kentucky: Site Survey and Excavations at Late Woodland and Mississippi Period Sites () The Turk Site: a Mississippi Period Town in Western Kentucky. Test Excavations and Mapping Project () The Turk Site: a Mississippian Town of the Western Kentucky Border ().
There are many Mississippian town sites in western Kentucky, such as the Adams, Backusburg, Canton, Chambers, Jonathan Creek, McLeod's Bluff, Rowlandtown, Sassafras Ridge, Turk, Twin Mounds, and Wickliffe sites. The Wickliffe Mounds in far western Kentucky were inhabited from CE.
There were two large platform mounds and eight smaller. The Mississippian stone statuary are artifacts of polished stone in the shape of human figurines made by members of the Mississippian culture ( to CE) and found in archaeological sites in the American Midwest and Southeast.
Two distinct styles exist; the first is a style of carved flint clay found over a wide geographical area but believed to be from the American Bottom area and. The Mississippian culture was a mound-building Native American civilization that flourished in what is now the Midwestern, Eastern, and Southeastern United States from approximately tovarying regionally.
It was composed of a series of urban settlements and satellite villages (suburbs) linked together by loose trading networks. The largest city was Cahokia, believed to be a major.
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The Marshall Site is an Early Mississippian culture archaeological site located near Bardwell in Carlisle County, Kentucky, on a bluff spur overlooking the Mississippi River floodplain. The site was occupied from about to about CE during the James Bayou Phase of the local chronology and was abandoned sometime during the succeeding Dorena es: Late Woodland, Mississippian culture.
History of Kentucky Midterm. STUDY. PLAY. Paleo-Indian Period. This was the last Indian town recorded in Kentucky. The Europeans record s of Indians inthen they were gone by He made more expeditions and made his name by surveying the southern border of Kentucky in This became known as the Walker's Line.
The first to flee crossed the river on ice in February, though many perished, and, at the site where I now stood, the survivors huddled and looked back on the temple and the town they had : David Carkeet.
Mississippi confluence region, with specific reference to the Mississippian pe riod in western Kentucky, an area in which I have conducted extensive field re search (e.g., Kreisa; Kreisa and Edging ).
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Pinson Mounds in Madison County was a ceremonial site with 17 mounds surrounded by an earth wall. Old Stone Fort in Coffee County was initially believed to be a defensive structure, but later studies have shown it was a ceremonial site as well.
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