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Fluted points and late-Pleistocene geochronology in Indiana
John T. Dorwin
Bibliography: p. 187-188.
|Statement||by John T. Dorwin.|
|Series||Prehistory research series ;, v. 4, no. 3, Prehistory research series ;, v. 4, no. 3.|
|LC Classifications||E78.I53 D63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 145-188 :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||81450108|
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Over 40 Suwannee points and broken bases have been recovered from the site, along with a variety of tools and late Pleistocene-age fossils. The site is on the eastern edge of the lake on a submerged sand spit that would have overlooked a wide basin when the water tables were lower during the late Pleistocene Epoch. Miller (, ) has hypothesized that spring flow wa s the key variable in the initiation of riverine adaptation and the consequent appearance of shell sites on the St. Johns River. He argues that under the arid conditions of the late Pleistocene and early Holocene there was insufficient water in the Floridan Aquifer Syste m to support springs.
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John T. Dorwin. Prehistory Research Series,1. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society. (tDAR id: ). A field guide to the prehistoric point types of Indiana and Ohio.
Author DeRegnaucourt, Tony. Title A field guide to the prehistoric point types of Indiana and Ohio / by Tony DeRegnaucourt. Format Book Edition Rev. Fluted points and late-pleistocene geochronology in Indiana.
Dorwin, John T. EI53 D Indiana Description Indiana. Total point distribution Image Categories Map: Site/artifact distribution Source Type Detail Book Citation: "Fluted Points and Late-Pleistocene Geochronology in Indiana," by John T.
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Search options All Fields. Author De Paepe, Duane. Title An archaeological survey of Starke County, Indiana. Format Book Published Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, Fluted points and late-pleistocene geochronology in Indiana.
Dorwin, J. Fluted Points and Late-Pleistocene Geochronology in Indiana. Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis. Dunbar, J. Resource Orientation of Clovis and Suwannee Age Paleoindian Sites in by: Dorwin, ].
Fluted points and Late Pleistocene geochronology of Indiana. Indiana Historical Society, Prehistory Research Series Dreimanis, A. Lake Warren and the Two Creeks In terval. Journal of Geology b. Notes on the Pleistocene time-scale in Canada. In Geochronology in Canada, edited by F. OsCited by: Variation in the Early Paleoindian Economies of Late Pleistocene Eastern North America.
by Kenneth B. Tankersley. Reader; VARIATION IN THE EARLY PALEOINDIAN ECONOMIES OF LATE PLEISTOCENE EASTERN NORTH AMERICA. A plot of the ratios of finished fluted points to fluted-point preforms and local to nonlocal tool stone (see Table 1).
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The Fluted-point Tradition in the Americas - One of Several Adaptations to Late Pleistocene American Environments. In Clovis: Origins and Adaptations, edited by R. Bonnichsen and K. Turnmire. Center for the Study of the First Americans.
Abstract. We define the eastern United States for the purposes of this chapter as being bordered by the Laurentide Ice Sheet on the north, the ancestral Gulf of Mexico on the south, the Atlantic Ocean on the east, and the Western Plains on the by: The thought isn't an original one, of course, but one that I've been thinking about since listening to a presentation by Christopher Moore (SCIAA colleague) at the Archaeological Society of South Carolina (ASSC) meeting on Saturday.
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