Hiwassee IslandAn Archaeological Account of Four Tennessee Indian Peoples
Lewis, Thomas M. N., and Madeline Kneberg
Paper Edition, $18.95t
Paper ISBN: 0-87049-420-1
Status: Out of Print
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DescriptionBased on the largest and most comprehensive analysis of archaeological work in Tennessee during the 1930s, this book has lasting value as a study of the life of certain prehistoric and early historic Indian groups in the region.
"An interesting chapter, as well as a factual reference work, on the prehistory of Tennessee. The methods employed . . . are logical, in line with the purposes of the work, well executed, and refreshingly independent from static precedents—although in no sense radical."
—W. C. McKern, American Anthropologist.
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