Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Tombigbee Valley, Mississippi: Phase I. Volume 1.
Final rept. of investigations no. 3, 1981-1983,
UNIVERSITY OF WEST FLORIDA PENSACOLA OFFICE OF CULTURAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
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This document is a report of archaeological investigations at eleven sites in the Canal and River Section of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. These investigations include the excavation of four sites and the testing of seven others. This report is a description of this project and includes the research design, a summary of the archaeological background, and a full description of the data recovery methods and techniques. For each site investigated in the project, a complete report of the specific procedures and a description of the results are provided. A summary of the total results is also contained in the final chapter. Attached to the report are a series of special studies, manuals for field, laboratory and data methods, and the original detailed research design. Also included is a complete data set on microfiche which presents the location, classification and measurement of all specimens recovered in the project.
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