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by Robert A. Cook

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Author:
Robert A. Cook
ISBN13:
978-0817354589
ISBN:
0817354581
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Publisher:
University Alabama Press; First edition (November 25, 2007)
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Americas
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Cook presents some interesting ideas regarding Fort Ancient society and the consequences of interaction between .

Cook presents some interesting ideas regarding Fort Ancient society and the consequences of interaction between Fort Ancient societies and Mississippian societies. -John Scarry, author of "Political Structure and Change in the Prehistoric Southeastern United States". "SunWatch" is an intriguing study that provides a window into the Fort Ancient literature, which is unfortunately all too sparse. Its insights into Fort Ancient developments and its methodological approaches to identifying corporate groups and the emergence of leadership will ensure the.

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This book examines the relationships between the Mississippian and Fort Ancient cultures. In the end, Cook does an admirable job of placing the relatively peripheral SunWatch village in a much larger regional perspective

This book examines the relationships between the Mississippian and Fort Ancient cultures. At the focus of this study is the . 1150-1450 SunWatch village (also known as the Incinerator site) on the Miami River in Dayton, Ohio. Avocational excavations in the 1960s revealed numerous burials, pit features, hearths, and a wall trench house. In the end, Cook does an admirable job of placing the relatively peripheral SunWatch village in a much larger regional perspective. The SunWatch village-partially reconstructed in place-and associated interpretive center is now an archaeological park, open to the public.

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SunWatch - Robert A. Cook. This investigation of the development of Fort Ancient social structure with respect to Mississippian interaction utilizes a theoretical framework that accommodates broader and narrower scales than have been previously examined. Fort Ancient Development in the Mississippian World. The university of alabama press. Key influence was drawn from the work of Chang (1958:324), who stated: ne must look at archeological sites as local social groups instead of as cultures or phases.

Download PDF book format. Fort Ancient and the range of Mississippian social complexity An approach to the problem Corporate behavior in space and time Development of village leadership Periphery peers A model of Fort Ancient village development. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Sunwatch : Fort Ancient development in the Mississippian world Robert A. Book's title: Sunwatch : Fort Ancient development in the Mississippian world Robert A. Library of Congress Control Number: 2007016106. Geographic Name: Sunwatch Site (Dayton, Ohio).

Cook, Robert A. (2008) SunWatch: Fort Ancient Development in the Mississippian World, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

What is less well-known and little understood are the social processes by which Mississippian characteristics spread to Fort Ancient communities.

The last prehistoric cultures to inhabit the Middle Ohio Valley (ca. 1000-1650) are referred to as Fort Ancient societies, which exhibited a wide variety of Mississippian period characteristics. What is less well-known and little understood are the social processes by which Mississippian characteristics spread to Fort Ancient communities. California University of Pennsylvania.

The last prehistoric cultures to inhabit the Middle Ohio Valley  (ca. A.D. 1000–1650) are referred to as Fort Ancient societies, which exhibited a wide variety of Mississippian period characteristics. What is less well-known and little understood are the social processes by which Mississippian characteristics spread to Fort Ancient communities. Through a comprehensive study of SunWatch, one of the few thoroughly excavated Fort Ancient settlements, the author focuses on the development of village social structure within a broad geographic and temporal framework, recognizing border areas as particularly dynamic contexts of social change. As a fundamental study of social patterning of Fort Ancient villages, this work reveals the interrelationships of small social units in culture change and social structure development and provides a full reconsideration of the Mississippian dimensions of Fort Ancient societies and a model for future investigations of larger patterning in the late