For the Director: Research Essays in Honor of James B. Griffin

Charles E. Cleland, ed.

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In 1975, James B. Griffin retired as director of the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. During his three decades as director and professor, he had become one of the leading archaeologists in North America and had tremendous influence over the next generation of archaeological research. To honor the man and his work, nineteen scholars contributed essays to this volume.

The Naomikong Point Site and the Dimensions of Laurel in the Lake Superior Region

Donald E. Janzen

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This work presents a description and interpretation of the archaeological material from the Naomikong Point site in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Author Donald E. Janzen discusses the site, which he assigns to the Laurel culture, in terms of its relationship to other northern Middle Woodland sites.

The Prehistory of the Burnt Bluff Area

James E. Fitting, ed.

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The Burnt Bluff area is an archaeological site in Delta County in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Contributions by James E. Fitting, Charles E. Cleland, G. Richard Peske, Donald E. Janzen, Earl J. Prahl, W. R. Farrand, Douglas W. Lugthart, and Volney H. Jones.