7 edition of Discovering Pennsylvania"s archeological heritage found in the catalog.
Discovering Pennsylvania"s archeological heritage
Barry C. Kent
1980 by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission .
Written in English
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Connecticut Archaeology Center __ Learn about this organization and its programs on education, research, collections and more. However, with Connecticut's extensive coast and inland lakes, much of the state's archaeological heritage lies undiscovered beneath the water. In recognition of the importance of these resources, the Office of State. First Pennsylvanians: The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania By Kurt W. Carr, PhD, Senior Curator of Archaeology at The State Museum of Pennsylvania, and Roger W. Moeller, PhD.
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Discovering Pennsylvania's archeological heritage. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Barry C Kent; Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
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The primary focus of this booklet is the use of anthropology in archaeology and the history of American Indians and their culture in Pennsylvania.
Explanations are given for: (1) anthropology; (2) the purpose of archaeology; (3) archaeological interpretations and patterns of culture; (4) types of societies (bands, tribes, chiefdoms, and states); (5) customs and their diffusion; and (6) artifacts.
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To be released summer Edited by Kurt W. Carr, Roger Moeller, Christopher Bergman, Bernard Means, Christina Rieth. This book is the culmination of a 15 year project to develop a synthesis of Native American archaeology in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Archaeology.
Archaeologist preserve the past and educate the public about the role of archaeology in preserving our heritage. The State Museum of Pennsylvania's Section of Archaeology manages the collections resulting from state and federal archaeological investigations and curates these collections for future generations.
THE SOCIETY FOR PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGY 74th ANNUAL MEETING MayHosted by Chapter 24 Bald Eagle Archaeological Society Ramada Inn State College, PA PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL COUNCIL Friday, May 9, am Business Meeting [Nittany Room] - pm Symposium, open to the public [Nittany Room].
The Pennsylvania Archaeologist is one of the country’s oldest state archaeology journals. Publishing both professional and avocational archaeologists, Pennsylvania Archaeologist focuses on the prehistoric and historic archaeology of the Commonwealth with occasional contributions from surrounding states.
Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology. likes 8 talking about this. Promote the study of the prehistoric and historic archaeological resources of Pennsylvania and neighboring states5/5. Pennsylvania’s Archaeology Month. Septem The State Museum staff will also offer additional programming during this time which will include a book signing and lecture focused on the recently public outreach and the desire to engage the community in preserving our archaeological heritage is the motivator for much of our.
Custer, a professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of Delaware, provides a detailed survey of the archeological record (with a focus on stone tools and ceramics) of Indian groups in eastern Pennsylvania up to the period of European contact, c. As a bonus, he surveys the history of archeology itself in Pennsylvania Reviews: 1.
Pages in category "Archaeological sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania" The following 63 pages are in this category, out of 63 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. For years, Kurt Carr sifted through manuals and guides in search a Pennsylvania archaeology book that could be easily read and digested by the general public.
He didn’t have much luck. So he decided to write his own. Recently, “First Pennsylvanians: The Archaeology of Native Americans, co-authored by Carr and Roger W. Moeller, hit both. Fondly, Pennsylvania is a joint blog of HSP's archives, conservation, and digitization departments.
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Bedford Village Archeological Site: Significance __ "The Bedford Village Site represents an unusual mix of phases in Native American history in the region. As one of the most eastern Monongahela sites ever discovered, it represents the possibility of transition between the Monongahela and other peoples of central Pennsylvania." Pennsylvania.
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Built on the site of the original French fort, this modern building includes numerous exhibits on the Indians who lived here, the French and British fur trade, and archeological excavations of the site that was conducted by Edinboro University.THE PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGIST available back issues.
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