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This is the fourth in a series of reports on the Range site published by the University of Illinois. Previous reports examined the Archaic through Late Woodland, Early Emergent Mississippian, and the Mississippian occupations at this site. This volume describes the later two Emergent Mississippian components-George Reeves and Lindeman phase occupations. This report has three primary objectives. The first is to describe the different data classes pertaining to the George Reeves and Lindeman phase occupations. The second is to examine these data classes for temporally and spatially significant patterning. Since primary occupation of the site took the form of a single large village whose inception coincided with the George Reeves phase and that persisted into the Lindeman phase, it is important that changes within this community be carefully documented. The third objective is to examine the Range site data in the broader context of Emergent Mississippian cultural development in the American Bottom, as well as in the Mississippi River valley and elsewhere in the Midwest.
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Book Description Illinois Transporatation Archa, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M193048710X