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State of Delaware projectile point classification guide:
http://history.delaware.gov/archaeology … tart.shtml
Precontact pottery in Maryland:
http://www.jefpat.org/diagnostic/Prehis … istory.htm
edit: broken links
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The Archaeology Society of New Jersey
Pre contact earthworks and buildings in North, Central, and South America.
Stickying this one. Thanks Piney.
'Gather around this Pot'
Pre-contact pottery in Canada
Paleo Indian history in Florida
http://dhr.dos.state.fl.us/facts/report … /paleo.cfm
A virtual history of the first people of Ohio. This is a excellent website.
edit: another good site on Native "Ohioians" from the Ohio Public Library Information Network.
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Arkansas Archaeological survey
Center for the Study of the First Americans
Their publication the 'Mammoth Trumpet' is highly recommended.
A good article on the Adena ritual culture.
http://www.gbl.indiana.edu/abstracts/ad … tents.html
Mississippian Moundbuilders' artifact descriptions and photos.
Archaeology and the Native People of Tennessee.
http://mcclungmuseum.utk.edu/permex/arc … chaeol.htm
Southern Ontario projectile point identification from the London Chapter of the Ontario Archaeology Society.
Many of these points can also be found in the Northeastern United States. Some are identified by different names due to their cultural context.
This is not "Woodland". It is about artifacts found in Texas. But the site itself is very good.
SARC's Worldwide index of raw materials used in lithic technology from the University of Oslo, Norway. Many of these materials were used by Woodland Indians.
http://www.hf.uio.no/iakh/forskning/sar … rials.html
edit: fixed link
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Michael Millers' great website on Paleo and Archaic technology in Ohio.
edit: website no longer exists
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"Friends of America's Past"
I don't agree with everthing they say. I do think NAGRA is a two edge sword though and much knowledge is lost because of it. Still, in all, a good resource.
NativeTech's projectile point guide
This is another good indentification guide for beginners
The ArchNet Virtual Library is worldwide but has extensive Northeastern American resources.
The Paleoindian Database of the Americas
The Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology
I posted several abstracts from this site so I decided to post the main page
Excavating Occaneechi Town
Archaeology of an 18th Century Indian village in North Carolina
Last edited by NanticokePiney (Jul-28-2008 10:21:pm)
http://bama.ua.edu/~alaarch/prehistoric … /index.htm
Indian Artifact Magazine
I've subscribed since 1985. This is a great magazine for both students and teachers.