Middle Mississippi Exploitation of Animal Populations

Bruce D. Smith

Bruce D. Smith reports on the faunal remains of seven Middle Mississippi sites in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Missouri, in the northern part of the Lower Mississippi River Valley. Remains recovered include those from white-tailed deer, raccoon, fish, turkey, rabbits, black bear, and more. The seven sites—the Banks site, the Chucalissa site, the Gooseneck site, the Lilbourn site, Powers Fort, the Snodgrass site, and the Turner site—date to between AD 1000 and 1550.

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Publisher: Museum of Anthropology

Year of Publication: 1975

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Pages: 233

Price: $10

Print ISBN: 978-1-949098-04-4

Ebook ISBN: 978-1-951519-14-8

Series / Number: Anthropological Papers No. 57

Tables / Illustrations: 64 b&w tables, figures, and photographs

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