Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Study of the Black Warrior-Tombigbee System Corridor, Alabama. Volume 1. Archaeology.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA MOBILE DEPT OF GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY
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This report includes eight chapters and five appendices dealing with the prehistoric and historic archaeology from Demopolis to Mobile Alabama. The Timbigbee River in this part of Alabama is viewed from an archaeological perspective concentrating on subsistence, settlement patterns and human use and occupation in general. The investigation level does not exceed the Reconnaissance effort. The time period covers from approximately 10,000 BC to AD 1700. Author
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