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archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region

Frankie Snow

archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region

a preliminary report

by Frankie Snow

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Published by South Georgia College in Douglas .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ocmulgee Valley, Ga.,
  • Georgia,
  • Ocmulgee Valley
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Georgia -- Ocmulgee Valley -- Antiquities,
    • Ocmulgee Valley, Ga. -- Antiquities,
    • Georgia -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFrankie Snow ; introd. by C. T. Trowell.
      SeriesOccasional papers from South Georgia ;, no. 3
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.G3 S63
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 129 p. :
      Number of Pages129
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4754278M
      LC Control Number78100113

      During the s a cursory survey was carried out of the nearby Ocmulgee Big Bend area of Telfair County. The archaeologist, Frankie Snow, could not find any large “Mississippian Culture” towns. However, multiple 16 th and early 17 th century expeditions by the Spaniards describe visits to both large, powerful towns and many subordinate. Get this from a library! The Piedra del Diablo site, Val Verde County, Texas, and notes on some Trans-Pecos, Texas, archeological material in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.. [Elton R Prewitt]. "Archeological Materials from Five Islands in the Laguna Madre, Texas Coast," by T.N. in of the Texas Areological Society,vol October Documentary Sources for the Wreck of the New Spain Fleet of , by David McDonald and J. Barto Arnold III. Book .   The Ocmulgee National Monument's bid to become a historic park got an unexpected boost Friday when a nationwide vote ranked it the country's top archaeological site.


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archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region by Frankie Snow Download PDF EPUB FB2

Laboratory of Archaeology Whitehall Rd Athens, GA Lab: () Site File: () [email protected] Get this from a library. An archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region: a preliminary report.

[Frankie Snow]. In Ocmulgee Archaeology, more than twenty archaeologists reexamine the findings of the largest archaeological excavation archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region book undertaken in Georgia.

The sixteen essays in this volume were originally presented at a symposium commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Ocmulgee National : Paperback. Cite this Record. An archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region: a preliminary report.

Frankie. Snow. Occasional papers from South Georgia ; no. Cite this Record. Survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend Region. Francis H. Snow. Early Georgia.

5 (1 & 2): (tDAR id: )Cited by: 3. Archeological dig at the Cornfield at Ocmulgee. The site of Ocmulgee is synonymous with Georgia and Southeastern archeology. During the s it was a training ground for a whole generation of American archeologists, some of whom later became the "fathers" of modern American Archeology.

Archaeological research had previously placed Kolomoki within the Mississippian period (ca. a.d. ) primarily because of the size and form of the mounds. Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Arizona: A Centennial History of the First Prehistoric Reserve (.pdf) The Casa Grande National Monument () Grand Canyon National Park Archeologists Make Exciting Discoveries Along the Colorado River.

The impressive mounds and the important archeological sites in the area generally bounded by Central City Park, Ocmulgee National Monument, and the Gledhill archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region book in the north and Stubbs Mound ana Brown's Mount in the south still testify strongly to these traditional associations.

The number and wide distribution of archeological sites provide. Swift Creek paddle designs and the imperative to be unique. vey that he conducted in the Ocmulgee-Big Bend. Frankie An Archeological Survey of the Ocmulgee. This article presents the results of instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) of raw clay samples and Middle and Late Woodland pottery of the Swift Creek archaeological archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region book from northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia ( by: Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park (formerly Ocmulgee National Monument) in present-day Macon, Georgia, United States preserves traces of over ten millennia of Southeastern Native American culture.

Its chief remains are major earthworks built before CE by the South Appalachian Mississippian culture (a regional variation of the Mississippian culture.)Location: Macon, Georgia, USA. An Archaeological Survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend Region. Occasional Papers from South Georgia, no. South Georgia College, Douglas.

GUSTAV'S LIBRARY REPRINT - Volume 3 - Some Types of Archeological Sites in Trans-Pecos Texas, archeological survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region book Henry T. Fletcher Some Flint Sources in Central West Texas, by E.

Sayles The Pictographs at the Hueco Tanks, by Colonel M. Crimmins The Quaternary Mammals of Texas, by C. Howard Texas Tech Archeological Expedition Summerby W.

Holden Texas Coastal Pottery, by Author: Cyrus N. Ray. Rock art research comprises a significant element of the Trans-Pecos Archaeological Program (TAP) of the Center for Big Bend Studies at Sul Ross State University.

Two sites, Cosmic Rockshelter and Cascade Rockshelter, provide good examples of the rich and varied rock art available for study in the Big Bend. Distribution: Guntersville points are more concentrated in northwestern Georgia with a scattering below Georgia’s Fall Line.

[1] F. Snow, An Archaeological Survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend Region. Occasional Papers from South Georgia Number 3. Ocmulgee Old Fields near Macon, Georgia, is the site of a Lower Creek village and associated English trading house dating from the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

It was excavated in the early s as part of a WPA project directed by A. Kelly, which focused primarily on the major Mississippian temple mounds of Macon by: 7.

Full text of "Science, Politics, and the "Big Dig": A History of the Southeast Archeological Center" See other formats. The Ocmulgee River and its tributaries provide drainage for some 6, square miles in parts of 33 Georgia counties, a large section of the Piedmont and coastal plain of central Georgia.

The Ocmulgee River basin has three river subbasins designated by the U.S. Geological Survey: the Upper Ocmulgee River subbasin; the Lower Ocmulgee River Subbasin; and the Little Ocmulgee River Subbasin.

The Mouth: Altamaha River. The Ocmulgee site consists of a large and impressive group of mounds located along the fall line of the Ocmulgee River on the northeastern edge of gh there were many different periods of occupation at what is now Ocmulgee National Monument, the most prominent one began around A.D., in the Early Mississippian period (A.D.

), and lasted for three centuries. When it first emerges from Lake Jackson, the Ocmulgee scatters shoals and pools and carves a succession of very narrow valleys through the red clay soil and metamorphic bedrock of the Piedmont region.

Above Macon, the Ocmulgee crosses into the fall line, a twenty-mile-wide transitional zone that marks the beginning of the Coastal Plain at the Mesozoic shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean. Down to Earth at Tuff Canyon, Big Bend National Park, Texas (Daniel S.

Barker, Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, ) Foundation Document, Big Bend National Park, Texas (May ) Geological, Geochemical, and Geophysical Studies by the U.S. Geological Survey in Big Bend National Park, Texas USGS Circular (J.E.

Gray and W.R. Page, eds., ). Snow, Frankie An Archaeological Survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend Region: A Preliminary Report.

Occasional Papers from South Georgia, Number 3. South Georgia College, Douglas. Archeological Survey and History of Colorado Bend State Park, San Saba and lampasas Counties, Texas, by Logan McNatt, Martha Doty Freeman, Paul Schuchert, Margaret Howard, Principal Investigator; Steve A.

Tomka, Christine G. Ward, and Carlos Beceiro. TAP Nos. Figure 2. Ocmulgee Big Bend fiber-tempered pottery. archaeological survey of the region.

Early pottery from the area is described as coarse and thick, heavily tempered with fiber, having predominantly plain surfaces that are worn and eroded, and displaying a significant amount of pitting (Elliott and Sassaman ; Snow ) (Figure 2).

In this section we review the updated archaeological record of Spanish activity along the lower Ocmulgee. Our new treatment refines earlier summaries of evidence generated by Snow’s (, ) independent survey of the Ocmulgee Big Bend region.

archaeological survey in the state’s history in the most iconic part of Texas, the Big Bend National Park Project was a study in superlatives. Over the course of nea person-hours of fieldwork, crews surveyed more t acres (roughly 8 percent of the entire park), discovering. Pioneer Days Along the Ocmulgee.

Fussell M. Chalker. Chalker, - Frontier and pioneer life - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Alabama Alapaha River American Andrew Jackson Annals of Congress Atlanta bank Baptist Church Benjamin Hawkins Big Bend Blackshear Bluff boundary Captain Carolina Cawthon CHAPTER.

Wauchope, Robert, Archaeological Survey of Northern Georgia, with a Test of Some Cultural Hypotheses. Society for American Archaeology, Memoir Ocmulgee Cord Marked I. John McCall collection RESEARCH: This type was established by Frankie Snow in following his survey of the Big Bend region of the Ocmulgee River.

TEMPER: This pottery was tempered with sand. Archeological Notes of the Big Bend Region, by Victor J. Smith Archeological Survey of the North Panhandle of Texas, by Floyd V. Studer Recent Archeological Researches in the Abilene Section, by.

percent) final Z twist cordage. In the Ocmulgee Big Bend region in central Georgia, along the southeast Georgia/northeast Florida coast, as well as in the middle Georgia coast area, the same final twist direction was present in over 97 percent of all cases.

In the sites around the periphery of study area, however, a very different. Center for Big Bend Studies added 4 new photos from February to the album: The Al Lowman Memorial Prize–David Keller — with David Keller.

February Senior Archaeologist and author of "In the Shadow of the Chinatis: A History of Pinto Canyon in the Big Bend" went to Austin last week to accept the Texas State Historical Association's Al.

an archaeological survey of teh ocmulgee big bend region (snow ) AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE ALTAMAHA RIVER PARK, APPLING COUNTY, GEORGIA (WOOD ). Livingston archaeologists' artifacts, records going to Big Timber museum way across his land without conducting an archaeological survey first.

5, books on archaeology will go to Big. Dissertation: Variation of Native American Ceramics in the Big Bend Region of the Lower Ocmulgee River Valley, Georgia, AD to AD B.A., History, Oglethorpe University, Minor: French Language.

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Present Archaeology Laboratory Coordinator, CSU Chico, Chico, CA. The OAS continues its mission of educating the public about the archaeology of Middle Georgia, and has had several excellent speakers this winter.

In January Sam Lawson, recently returned to our area from south Georgia, gave a talk on the locations of the Creek towns that were along the Upper Ocmulgee from to 15 different archaeological investigations have occurred at or near the Alamo since A few artifacts and evidence of the bloody battle that occurred here include a human skull found in the North Courtyard inremnants of two forts built along the South Wall, and two extremely rare Garza coins discovered on the west side of the plaza.

Ocmulgee Mounds Association, Macon, GA. K likes. The Ocmulgee Mounds Association page keeps you up to date on all that is happening at Ocmulgee.

The association supports Ocmulgee through /5(). Macon's own Ocmulgee National Monument is in the running for a USA Today Travel 10Best Award for Best Archeological Site in the U.S.

You can vote for Ocmulgee National Monument up to one time daily HERE. Voting is open until Monday, April 11th, at am EDT. Caldwell, Joseph R. Survey and Excavation of the Archaeological Resources of the Allatoona Reservoir.

University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology Series, Report No. University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology, Athens. Adam, and Snow, Frankie Middle Mississippian Occupation in the Ocmulgee Big Bend Region.

with pdf large timberland pdf survey that he conducted in the Ocmulgee-Big Bend region beginning in about One of the important outcomes of the survey was the collection of a large number of Swift Creek sherds with well-preserved design information.

At the time of his first publication on the subject, Snow had reconstructed 10 ew Evidence ofEarly Spanish Activity on the Lower Ocmulgee River Lamar polities in Georgia on the eve ofEuropean contact.

Five radiocarbon dates for Big Bend Lamar sites establish a period ofoccupation from AD (Blanton et al.Stephenson and Snow ). The locations ofthese sites, ranging from.The Page-Ladson archaeological and paleontological site is a deep sinkhole in ebook bed of the karstic Aucilla River (between Jefferson and Ebook counties in the Big Bend region of Florida) that has stratified deposits of late Pleistocene and early Holocene animal bones and human artifacts.

The site was the first pre-Clovis site discovered in southeastern North America; radiocarbon evidence Location: Jefferson and Taylor counties, Florida, United .