6 edition of Great Lakes archaeology found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ronald J. Mason.|
|Series||New World archaeological record|
|LC Classifications||E78.G7 M37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 426 p. :|
|Number of Pages||426|
|LC Control Number||80002340|
The Great Lakes-Ohio Valley Ethnohistory Collection (GLOVE), , is a unique assemblage of primary and secondary resources pertaining to the Native American occupancy of the region. These items were assembled in the s by Indiana University professor, Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin and her eight-person research team to support the Great Lakes-Ohio . Book of Mormon dispute: Mesoamerica or the Great Lakes, U.S. were the Mesoamerican theory and the United States Great Lakes theory. of the history of Book of Mormon archaeology and Author: Kate Hollis. On October 5, , John O'Shea, curator of Great Lakes archaeology at the Museum, gave a Tedx Talk at the Presque Isle District Library in Rogers City, Michigan, as part of the first Tedx event in northeast Michigan. O’Shea talked about his work in Lake Huron, where he and his team have explored the underwater remains of caribou hunting sites about 9, years old.
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Originally published inGreat Lakes Archaeology is still the most comprehensive account of Great Lakes peoples, prehistoric, protohistoric and early historic. Great Lakes Archaeology is reprinted here with a brief review of post research and a list of recommended recent by: Great Lakes Archaeology. Originally published inGreat Lakes Archaeology is still the most comprehensive account of Great Lakes peoples, prehistoric, protohistoric and early historic.
Great Lakes Archaeology is reprinted here with a brief review of post research and a list of recommended recent publications.4/5.
An Upper Great Lakes Archaeological Odyssey celebrates the career of Charles E. Cleland-Michigan State University emeritus professor and curator of anthropology-through a series of focused research papers by a distinguished sample of 5/5(1). Great Lakes archaeology.
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Great Lakes archaeology (Book, )  &referer=brief_results[4/16/ PM]File Size: KB. Nine thousand years ago, the Alpena-Amberley Ridge (AAR) beneath modern Lake Huron was a dry land corridor that connected northeast Michigan to southern Ontario.
The newly discovered Drop 45 Drive Lane is the most complex hunting structure found to date beneath the Great Lakes. Two sites in Gratiot County which were excavated as part of Alma College 's local archaeology program. Betarel, Robert L. The Moccasin Bluff Site and the Woodland Cultures of Southwestern Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, This site is in Berrien County, Michigan.
Brashler, Janet Gail. "The Legend Lives On: S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald" is a full-color, page hardcover book honoring the life and legacy of the "Pride of the American Side" by Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society Executive Director Bruce Lynn and award-winning Great Lakes photojournalist Christopher Winters.
Great Lakes Educational Loan Services NMLS ID# NMLS Consumer Access. Great Lakes Educational Loan Services, Inc. International Lane Madison, WI By Ronald J. Mason Originally published inGreat Lakes Archaeology is still the most comprehensive account of Great Lakes peoples, prehistoric, protohistoric and early historic.
Great Lakes Archaeology is reprinted here with a brief review of post research and a list of recommended recent publications. This book is well suited for anyone with interests in Great Lakes prehistory generally, past environments, or the archaeological discovery of the world’s oldest caribou hunting structures feet below Lake Huron.
Browse, borrow, and enjoy titles from the Great Lakes Digital Libraries digital collection. The Mysterious Disappearance of the Thomas Hume and its Dramatic Rediscovery. The Great Lakes has served as a means of connecting the middle of the North American continent to the Atlantic Ocean, and has been used as a major water transport corridor for centuries.
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Egan’s book is bursting with life (and yes, death)." —Robert Moor, New York Times Book Review. The Great Lakes—Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, and Superior—hold 20 percent of the world’s supply of surface fresh water and provide sustenance, work, and recreation for tens of millions of Americans/5(6).
The Great Lakes Division holds more than one million cataloged objects collected from more than archaeological sites in the region. The materials held are overwhelmingly archaeological in character: ground and flaked stone tools, lithic manufacture debris, ceramics, copper, shell, and, less commonly, wood, charcoal.
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The Book of Mormon narrative begins with a small group of people who arrived in the Americas around b.c. and numbered less than 30 people. Yet, within 1, years, grew to a civilization of hundreds of thousands of people. While the dynamics of such a population growth seems astronomical, it has been dealt with [ ].
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Cleland-Michigan State University emeritus professor and curator of anthropology-through a series of focused research papers by a distinguished sample of his friends, colleagues, and former students. All ten papers touch on some aspect of Cleland's thirty-five years of research. Buy The Archaeology of Michigan: A Guide to the Prehistory of the Great Lakes Region by James E.
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Mormon cultural belief regarding Book of Mormon archaeology Archaeological evidence of large populations. Mormon scholars have estimated that at various periods in Book of Mormon history, the populations of civilizations discussed in the book ranged betweenand.
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Hinsdale (). The Peachman Great Lakes Shipwreck Research Program (PGLSRP) is owned and operated by of The Great Lakes Historical Society. Its primary purpose is to locate and investigate shipwrecks in Lake Erie but also conducts investigations throughout the Great Lakes. All proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit the National Museum of the Great Lakes and its underwater archaeology program.
The museum will host a series of four (4) Meet the Author/Book Signing events upon its release. The first two will take place on Wednesday, May 1 st at pm and pm as part of the museum’s Spring Lecture Series.
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This book is a critical deconstruction of the essentialized colonizer/colonized binary within a nineteenth-century context. By directly comparing and contrasting archaeological sites from contemporaneous multigenerational families and communities that would traditionally be encompassed within either side of the colonial binary, this book demonstrates that the.
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These models, developed in an effort to reconcile claims in the Book of Mormon with archaeology and geography, have situated the book's events in South America, Mesoamerica, and the Great Lakes area. One popular LDS theory places the setting for the Book of Mormon in the vicinity of Mexico and Central America surrounding the Isthmus of.
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After 12 years, an enormous amount of survey work, and a significant number of additional excavations, "Retrieving Michigan's Buried Past: The Archaeology of the Great Lakes State" 3/5(4). More than feet deep in Lake Huron, on a wide stony ridge that 9, years ago was a land bridge, researchers have found the first archeological evidence of human activity preserved beneath the.View Academics in Great Lakes Archaeology on