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Document Type:BL
Record Number:105821
Doc. No:b63370
Main Entry:Lavin, Lucianne.
Title & Author:Connecticut's indigenous peoples :what archaeology, history, and oral traditions teach us about their communities and cultures /Lucianne Lavin, Institute of American Indian Studies ; with a contribution by Paul Grant-Costa, Yale Indian Papers Project ; edited by Rosemary Volpe, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.
Page. NO:xvi, 480 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates :illustrations, maps ;27 cm
ISBN:9780300186642 (alk. paper)
0300186649 (alk. paper)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-447) and index.
Contents:Connecticut's earliest settlers: the Paleo-Indian period -- Coping with new environments: the Early Archaic Period -- Surviving in hot, dry homelands: the Middle Archaic Period -- The hunter-gatherer florescence: the Late Archaic Period -- Environmental stress and elaborate ritual: the Terminal Archaic Period -- Closure, continuity, and the seeds of change: the Early Woodland Period -- Prosperity and population growth: the Middle Woodland Period -- Ecological abundance and tribal homelands: the Late Woodland Period -- Beaver skins for iron axes: the Final Woodland Period -- Surviving European-American colonialism: A.D. 1633 into the twenty--first century.
Subject:Indians of North America-- Connecticut-- History.
Subject:Indians of North America-- Connecticut-- Antiquities.
Subject:Indians of North America-- Connecticut-- Folklore.
Subject:Oral tradition-- Connecticut.
Subject:Connecticut, Antiquities.
Dewey Classification:‭974.6/01‬
LC Classification:‭E78.C7‬‭L36 2013‬