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Contact, colonialism, and native communities in the Southeastern United States / edited by Edmond A. Boudreaux III, Maureen Meyers, and Jay K. Johnson.

Contributor(s): Boudreaux, Edmond A., III, 1971- [editor.] | Meyers, Maureen S [editor.] | Johnson, Jay K [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Ripley P. Bullen series: Publisher: Gainesville : University of Florida Press, [2020]Description: 1 online resource (x, 306 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781683401360; 1683401360.Subject(s): Indians of North America -- First contact with Europeans -- Southern States | Indians of North America -- Southern States -- History | Indians of North America -- Southern States -- AntiquitiesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Contact, colonialism, and native communities in the Southeastern United States.DDC classification: 975.004/97 LOC classification: E78.S55 | C58 2020Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction / Maureen Meyers, Edmond A. Boudreaux III, and Jay K. Johnson -- Carden bottoms: indigenous responses to Europeans on the far reaches of the Mississippian Shatter / George Sabo III, Jerry E. Hilliard, Leslie C. Walker, Jami J. Lockhart, Ann M. Early, and Rebecca L.F. Wiewel -- The early contact period in the Black Prairie of Northeast Mississippi / Edmond A. Boudreaux III, Charles R. Cobb, Emily Clark, Chester B. DePratter, James Legg, Brad R. Lieb, Allison M. Smith, and Steven D. Smith -- Oliver and Orchard thumbnail scrapers, a technological and source-area analysis / Jay K. Johnson and Ryan M. Parish -- Tracking an entrada by comparative analysis of sixteenth-century archaeological assemblages from the southeast / Dennis B. Blanton -- Spanish florida and the Southeastern indians, 1513-1650 / John E. Worth -- New frontier, old frontier / Ramie A. Gougeon -- Avoidance strategies of a displaced post-Mississippian society on the northern gulf coast, circa 1710 / Gregory A. Waselkov and Philip J. Carr -- An arc of interaction, a flow of people, and emergent identity: early contact period archaeology and early European interactions in the Middle Nolichucky Valley of Upper East Tennessee / Nathan K. Shreve, Jay D. Franklin, Eileen G. Ernenwein, Maureen A. Hays, and Ilaria Patania -- From the coast to the mountains: marine shell artifacts at Cherokee towns in the Southern Appalachians / Christopher B. Rodning -- Life at the frontier of the sixteenth-seventeenth century world economy: Fort Ancient hide production at the Hardin Site, Greenup County, Kentucky / Matthew Davidson -- The seventeenth-century native-colonial borderlands of Savannah River Valley / Maureen Meyers -- Yamasee mobility: responding to European colonization through old and new strategies / Denise I. Bossy -- Differential responses across the southeast to European incursions: a conclusion / Robbie Ethridge.
Summary: The years 1500-1700 AD were a time of dramatic change for the indigenous inhabitants of southeastern North America, yet Native histories during this era have been difficult to reconstruct due to a scarcity of written records before the eighteenth century. Using archaeology to enhance our knowledge of the period, "Contact, Colonialism, and Native Communities in the Southeastern United States" presents new research on the ways Native societies responded to early contact with Europeans.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Maureen Meyers, Edmond A. Boudreaux III, and Jay K. Johnson -- Carden bottoms: indigenous responses to Europeans on the far reaches of the Mississippian Shatter / George Sabo III, Jerry E. Hilliard, Leslie C. Walker, Jami J. Lockhart, Ann M. Early, and Rebecca L.F. Wiewel -- The early contact period in the Black Prairie of Northeast Mississippi / Edmond A. Boudreaux III, Charles R. Cobb, Emily Clark, Chester B. DePratter, James Legg, Brad R. Lieb, Allison M. Smith, and Steven D. Smith -- Oliver and Orchard thumbnail scrapers, a technological and source-area analysis / Jay K. Johnson and Ryan M. Parish -- Tracking an entrada by comparative analysis of sixteenth-century archaeological assemblages from the southeast / Dennis B. Blanton -- Spanish florida and the Southeastern indians, 1513-1650 / John E. Worth -- New frontier, old frontier / Ramie A. Gougeon -- Avoidance strategies of a displaced post-Mississippian society on the northern gulf coast, circa 1710 / Gregory A. Waselkov and Philip J. Carr -- An arc of interaction, a flow of people, and emergent identity: early contact period archaeology and early European interactions in the Middle Nolichucky Valley of Upper East Tennessee / Nathan K. Shreve, Jay D. Franklin, Eileen G. Ernenwein, Maureen A. Hays, and Ilaria Patania -- From the coast to the mountains: marine shell artifacts at Cherokee towns in the Southern Appalachians / Christopher B. Rodning -- Life at the frontier of the sixteenth-seventeenth century world economy: Fort Ancient hide production at the Hardin Site, Greenup County, Kentucky / Matthew Davidson -- The seventeenth-century native-colonial borderlands of Savannah River Valley / Maureen Meyers -- Yamasee mobility: responding to European colonization through old and new strategies / Denise I. Bossy -- Differential responses across the southeast to European incursions: a conclusion / Robbie Ethridge.

The years 1500-1700 AD were a time of dramatic change for the indigenous inhabitants of southeastern North America, yet Native histories during this era have been difficult to reconstruct due to a scarcity of written records before the eighteenth century. Using archaeology to enhance our knowledge of the period, "Contact, Colonialism, and Native Communities in the Southeastern United States" presents new research on the ways Native societies responded to early contact with Europeans.

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