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The Anthropology of St. Catherines Island 2. the Refuge-Deptford Mortuary Complex, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 56, Part 1

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David Hurst Thomas, Clark Spencer Larsen, The Anthropology of St. Catherines Island 2. the Refuge-Deptford Mortuary Complex, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 56, Part 1, New York 1979

 



Abstract   
Introduction     
Acknowledgments   
Chapter 1. Mortuary Archaeology on the Georgia Coast. Clark Spencer Larsen
and David Hurst Thomas  
Chapter 2. Archaeological Techniques and Procedures. David Hurst Thomas
and Clark Spencer Larsen   
Skeletal Remains   
Radiocarbon Dating  
Chapter 3. The Cunningham Mound Group. David Hurst Thomas, Clark Spencer Larsen, and Ann Marie Lunsford  
McLeod Mound    
Stratigraphy    
Skeletal Remains  
Ceramics   
Abraders  
Lithics   
Shark's Tooth   
Cunningham Mound A  
Stratigraphy    
Skeletal Remains  
Cultural Associations     
Cunningham Mound B   
Stratigraphy   
Cultural Associations     
Cunningham Mound C 
Stratigraphy    
Skeletal Remains  
Ceramics  
Abraders   
Lithics   
Cunningham Mound D 
Stratigraphy   
Skeletal Remains
Nonhuman Burial     
Ceramics  
Projectile Point Cache   
Other Lithics  
Cunningham Mound E   
Stratigraphy     
Skeletal Remains 
Cultural Associations     
South New Ground Mound    
C. B. Moore and South New Ground Mound    
Skeletal Remains  
Chapter 4. Seaside Mound Group. David Hurst Thomas, Clark Spencer Larsen, and Ann Marie Lunsford 
Seaside I  
Stratigraphy    
Skeletal Remains  
Ceramics   
Abraders  
Lithics   
Seaside II 
Stratigraphy   
Skeletal Remains    
Ceramics    
Abraders     
Lithics  
Chapter 5. Ceramics. Chester B. DePratter 
Development of the North Georgia Coastal Ceramic Sequence   
St. Simons Period Ceramics 
Refuge and Deptford Period Ceramics    
Wilmington and St. Catherines Period Ceramics   
Summary of Ceramic Implications    
Chapter 6. Comparisons. David Hurst Thomas   
Chapter 7. Implications and Some Speculations. David Hurst Thomas
and Clark Spencer Larsen    
Microchronology: Seasonal Dating of MoUusks    
Macrochronology: Radiocarbon Dating   
Comparison of Radiocarbon and Ceramic Evidence   
Subsistence and Technology     
Sociopolitical Implications    
Biocultural Implications   
Ritual and Symbolism 
Appendix. Seasonal Growth Variations in die Shells of Recent and Prehistoric Specimens of Mercenaria mercenaria from St. Catherines Island. Georgia. George R. Clark II Methods and Approach   
Seasonal Variations in Shell Features
Relationships of Features to Seasons   
Interpretations of Prehistoric Shells   
Literature Cited