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#1 Sep-14-2007 09:33:pm

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Archeological Resources

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



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#2 Sep-14-2007 10:31:pm

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The Archaeology Society of New Jersey

   http://www.asnj.org/


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#3 Sep-14-2007 11:03:pm

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Pre contact earthworks and buildings in North, Central, and South America.

      http://www.jqjacobs.net/archaeo/index.html


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#4 Sep-15-2007 06:28:am

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Stickying this one. Thanks Piney. smile

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#5 Sep-15-2007 04:38:pm

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'Gather around this Pot'
  Pre-contact pottery in Canada

  http://www.civilization.ca/archeo/ceramiq/cerart1e.html


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#6 Sep-15-2007 11:42:pm

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Paleo Indian history in Florida

  http://dhr.dos.state.fl.us/facts/report … /paleo.cfm


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#7 Dec-08-2007 09:34:pm

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A virtual history of the first people of Ohio. This is a excellent website.

   http://www.ohiohistory.org/archaeology/



edit: another good site on Native "Ohioians" from the Ohio Public Library Information Network.


   http://www.oplin.org/point/

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#8 Jan-27-2008 12:36:pm

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#9 Feb-01-2008 07:00:pm

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Arkansas Archaeological survey

http://www.uark.edu/campus-resources/archinfo/


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#10 Feb-01-2008 07:07:pm

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Center for the Study of the First Americans

http://www.centerfirstamericans.com/

Their publication the 'Mammoth Trumpet' is highly recommended.


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#11 Feb-01-2008 07:34:pm

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A good article on the Adena ritual culture.

http://www.gbl.indiana.edu/abstracts/ad … tents.html


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#12 Feb-01-2008 07:38:pm

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Mississippian Moundbuilders' artifact descriptions and photos.

http://www.mississippian-artifacts.com


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#13 Feb-01-2008 07:44:pm

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Archaeology and the Native People of Tennessee.

  http://mcclungmuseum.utk.edu/permex/arc … chaeol.htm


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#14 Feb-10-2008 10:14:am

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Southern Ontario projectile point identification from the London Chapter of the Ontario Archaeology Society.

  http://www.ssc.uwo.ca/assoc/oas/points/sopoints.html

Many of these points can also be found in the Northeastern United States. Some are identified by different names due to their cultural context.


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#15 Feb-10-2008 10:20:am

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This is not "Woodland". It is about artifacts found in Texas. But the site itself is very good.

   http://texasarrowheads.com/


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#16 Feb-10-2008 10:26:am

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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


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#17 Feb-16-2008 10:16:pm

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Michael Millers' great website on Paleo and Archaic technology in Ohio.


  http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Trails/5685/



   edit: website no longer exists

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#18 Feb-29-2008 08:42:pm

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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.


    http://www.friendsofpast.org/earliest-americans/


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#19 Jun-29-2008 10:21:am

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NativeTech's projectile point guide
  This is another good indentification guide for beginners

  http://www.nativetech.org/stone/pointtypes/index.html


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#20 Jun-29-2008 11:16:am

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ArchNet
  The ArchNet Virtual Library is worldwide but has extensive Northeastern American resources.

   http://archnet.asu.edu/


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#21 Jun-29-2008 11:42:am

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The Paleoindian Database of the Americas

   http://pidba.tennessee.edu/main.htm


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#22 Jul-22-2008 05:31:pm

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The Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology

I posted several abstracts from this site so I decided to post the main page


  http://www.gbl.indiana.edu/publ.html


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#23 Jul-28-2008 10:20:pm

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Excavating Occaneechi Town

Archaeology of an 18th Century Indian village in North Carolina

http://www.ibiblio.org/dig/index.html

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#24 Jul-29-2008 10:11:pm

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#25 Sep-07-2008 08:28:pm

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Indian Artifact Magazine

  I've subscribed since 1985. This is a great magazine for both students and teachers.
   
      http://indian-artifacts.net/


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