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Caddo landscapes in the East Texas forests / by Timothy K. Perttula ; with contributions by Robert Cast, Ross C. Fields, and Tom Middlebrook.

By: Perttula, Timothy K.
Contributor(s): Cast, Robert | Middlebrook, Tom.
Material type: TextTextSeries: American Landscapes (Series): Publisher: Oxford [England] ; Havertown, PA : American Landscapes, an imprint of Oxbow Books, 2017Description: 1 online resource (iv, 282 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781785705793; 1785705792; 9781785705779; 1785705776.Subject(s): Caddo Indians -- Texas -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 305.897/93 LOC classification: E99.C12 | P47 2017Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Caddo archaeological landscapes in the East Texas forests -- Everyday things : the character of prehistoric and Early Historic Caddo ceramics -- Environmental setting and paleoenvironmental changes -- The beginnings of Caddo groups and communities c. AD 850-1200 -- Caddo dispersion across the East Texas forests c. AD 1200-1400 -- The full flowering of Caddo communities in East Texas c. AD 1400-1680 / with contributions by Robert L. Cast and Ross C. Fields -- Caddo peoples and communities in East Texas at the time of European colonization, c. AD 1680-1838 / with contributions by Robert L. Cast and Tom Middlebrook -- The Future of Caddo archaeology -- Appendix 1. Key Caddo sites to visit in the East Texas forests.
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Caddo archaeological landscapes in the East Texas forests -- Everyday things : the character of prehistoric and Early Historic Caddo ceramics -- Environmental setting and paleoenvironmental changes -- The beginnings of Caddo groups and communities c. AD 850-1200 -- Caddo dispersion across the East Texas forests c. AD 1200-1400 -- The full flowering of Caddo communities in East Texas c. AD 1400-1680 / with contributions by Robert L. Cast and Ross C. Fields -- Caddo peoples and communities in East Texas at the time of European colonization, c. AD 1680-1838 / with contributions by Robert L. Cast and Tom Middlebrook -- The Future of Caddo archaeology -- Appendix 1. Key Caddo sites to visit in the East Texas forests.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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