2 edition of Primer of Ohio archaeology found in the catalog.
Primer of Ohio archaeology
Henry Clyde Shetrone
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Archaeology, or archeology (from Greek ἀρχαιολογία, archaiologia – ἀρχαῖος, arkhaīos, "ancient"; and -λογία, -logiā, "-logy"), is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture and environmental data which they have left behind, which includes artefacts, architecture, biofacts and cultural landscapes (the archaeological record).Missing: Primer of Ohio. Includes a essay by Prof. William S. Dancey on the historical significance of the Atlas. From the Brittle Books digitization program at the Ohio State Missing: Primer of Ohio.
E.O. Randall was the secretary of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society when he wrote this book in , includes sections on Mound Builders, and forts of Ohio including: Fort Ancient, Spruce Hill Fort, Fort Hill, Glenford Stone Fort, Miami Fort, Fortified Hill (Butler County), and even Cahokia Mound in Illinois merits a g: Primer of Ohio. Not published Issued by: Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society Vols. 1 () () in v. 11 Vols. reissued as quarterly issues with original title and v. > reissued as annual cumulations without original title in: Ohio archæological and historical publications
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Primer of Ohio archaeology: the mound builders and the Indians. [H C Shetrone; Ohio Historical Society.]. The Ohio Archaeology book is one of four components to the Ohio Archaeology project, a collaborative initiative led by Voyageur Media Group, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation of public media about science, history and culture/5(27).
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While the book focuses on recent archaeological discoveries, Ohio Archaeology also examines the discipline’s past and future. Historian Dr. Terry Barnhart contributes an intriguing essay about Ohio’s important role in the development of American archaeology from the late s to the early s.
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Elliot M. Abrams, a professor of anthropology at Ohio University, has conducted field research for more than two decades in Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and Belize, as well as in the Ohio River is the author of How the Maya Built Their World.
AnnCorinne Freter is a professor of anthropology at Ohio University and has conducted archaeological research since in Mexico, Guatemala Reviews: 2. This article discusses, in simplistic terms, the processes involved in archivally digitizing printed materials. As a sample the 20th volume () of "Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publications" has been utilized.
Samples of pages of the book are used showing the differences of online examples. The proper metadata for the book is also demonstrated. This resource, Archaeological Atlas of Ohio, by William C. Mills, was digitized at the request of the Geology library and Geology professors at the Ohio State University who desired a scan of this oversize book for preservation purposes, and the ability to zoom in to see minute g: Primer of Ohio.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Robert Converse reveals the fascinating account of Ohio's prehisto 5/5(1). The Archaeology of Ohio Written by Robert N. Converse This page volume tells, for the first time, the fascinating story of the prehistoric people of Ohio and the Ohio River g: Primer of Ohio.
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