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CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AMONG REGIONAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HOPEWELL: A CULTURAL-ECOLOGICAL APPROACH
MEDALS OF CONQUEST IN CALUSA FLORIDA
MARINE SHELLS IN MIDWESTERN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND THE DETERMINATION OFTHEIR MOST PROBABLE SOURCE
CERAMIC CHRONOLOGY FOR THE BISCAYNE BAY REGION OF SOUTHEAST FLORIDA
Archaeological Investigations on Cat Island, Bahamas
SOUTHEASTERN CEREMONIAL COMPLEX - A WAR-FERTILITY CULT. (MISSISSIPPIAN)
HOPEWELL CEREMONIAL - AGRICULTURAL SYSTEM
TOTEMIC AND SOCIAL STRUCTURES AS REFLECTED BY WEEDEN ISLAND MORTUARY POTTERY
EVOLUTION OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF THE HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANTHROPOLOGY AND EDUCATION AND THE IMPLICATION FOR ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO GENERAL EDUCATION
METHOD AND THEORY IN NEW WORLD HISTORIC WRECK ARCHAEOLOGY: HYPOTHESIS TESTING ON THE SITE OF NUESTRA SENORA DE ATOCHA, MARQUESAS KEYS, FLORIDA
PALYNOLOGY OF FT. CENTER: ENVIRONMENTAL INTERPRETATIONS AND CULTURAL IMPLICATIONS FOR A CENTRAL FLORIDA HOPEWELLIAN CEREMONIAL CENTER
EXPLOITATION OF VERTEBRATE FAUNA BY HOPEWELL POPULATIONS IN OHIO AND ILLINOIS
CULTURE CHRONOLOGY OF THE WESTERN GEORGIA PIEDMONT
INVESTIGATION INTO THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MIDWESTERN HOPEWELL AND SOUTHEASTERN PREHISTORY
INVESTIGATION OF ETHNOGRAPHIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL POLITICAL STRUCTURE IN SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
STATE VS. CHIEFDOM: A CHRONOLOGY OF CULTURES AND POLITICAL TYPES IN THE LOWER RED RIVER MOUTH
NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN MAIZE PREPARATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR ARCHAEOLOGY
ORIGIN OF THE ST. JOHNS ARCHAIC (FLORIDA)
ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE OF ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS
TEACHING OF INTRODUCTORY ANTHROPOLOGY