Nick Corduan (Pathcpis@AOL.COM)
Sun, 1 Oct 1995 17:54:32 -0400
I received the following information on a new publication from George B.
DeMuth, Director, Firelands Archaeological Research Center, Milan, Ohio.
Thought members might be interested.
Abel, Timothy J., The Petersen Site and New Perspectives on the Late
Prehistory of Northwestern Ohio (Milan, Ohio: The Firelands Archaeological
Research Center, 1995).
Abstract: This monograph addresses Paleo Indian, Early-Late Archaic, Late
Woodland and Protohistoric occupations near Port Clinton, Ohio. The study
documents two superimposed Late Woodland villages relating to the Wolf and
Indian Hills Phases of the Sandusky Tradition. The Wolf and Sandusky Phases
are identified as relating to the Totontaratohnronon (Fire Nation) of the
early historic period in the western Great Lakes of North America. A temporal
chronology is established for the evolution of Parker Festooned ceramics as
well as transformations in settlement-subsistence and mortuary practices of
the Sandusky Tradition.
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