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Summary of the archeology of Saginaw Valley, Michigan.

Harlan Ingersoll Smith

Summary of the archeology of Saginaw Valley, Michigan.

by Harlan Ingersoll Smith

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Published in Bridgeport Center, Mich .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL16547371M

MAS Member Digs. MAS Members are currently conducting digs at several different archaeological sites in Michigan and from time to time offer opportunities for volunteers to participate. Besek Site near Monroe – Tom LaDuke An important Paleo site which has produced 6 whole or fragmentary fluted points. Work will resume in June. James E. Fitting AP James E. Fitting provides an overview of archaeological material from sites in southeastern Michigan. His primary focus is the Riviere au Vase site (also called the Graham site, the Greene School site, and the Mud Creek site), in Macomb County, which was excavated by Emerson Greenman and others in and

Descriptive cards bearing on the archaeology and Indian history of the Saginaw Valley district of Michigan [Rockwell M Kempton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) is the digital repository of the Center for Digital Antiquity, a collaborative organization and university Center at Arizona State University. Digital Antiquity extends our knowledge of the human past and improves the management of our cultural heritage by permanently preserving digital archaeological.

the michigan archaeologist Download the michigan archaeologist or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the michigan archaeologist book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. January 1, Matthew Miller Anthropological Papers, John M. O'Shea, Michael Shott, Michigan, North America John M. O’Shea and Michael Shott Excavations at the Bridgeport Township site (20SA) revealed a wealth of information about the Saginaw Valley’s prehistoric inhabitants.


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Summary of the archaeology of Saginaw Valley, Michigan-II: Saginaw River Valley, Bay County (American Anthropologist.

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[Offprint]). SUMMARY OF THE ARCHEOLOGY OF SAGINAW VALLEY, MICHIGAN BY HARLAN I. SMITH INTRODUCTION Saginaw valley, including the entire area draining into Saginaw bay, occupies the east central region of the southern peninsula of Michigan.

It is a well-watered, level, timber country, formerlyCited by: 1. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Summary of the archeology of Saginaw Valley, Michigan Item Preview Summary of the archeology of Saginaw Valley, Michigan by Smith, Harlan Ingersoll, Pages: SUMMARY OF THE ARCHEOLOGY OF SAGINAW VALLEY, MICHIGAN-I1 BY HARLAN I.

SMITH SAGINAW RIVER VALLEY BAY COUNTY Saginnw River.-The History of Saginaw County' states that " the water courses of the district comprise the Sac-haw-ning, or home of the Sacs" Tckigaiinibewin ViLZage Site.-The History of Saginaw County (p.

7 2) states thatCited by: 1. Click on the book chapter title to read by: 1. SUMMARY OF THE ARCHEOLOGY OF SAGINAW VALLEY, MICHIGAN-II By HARLAN I. SMITH SAGINAW RIVER VALLEY BAY COUNTY Saginaw River.-The History of Saginaw County' states that" the water courses of the district comprise the Sac-haw-ning, or home of the Sacs." Tchigaiinibewin Village Site.-The History of Saginaw County (p.

Summary of the Archeology of Saginaw Valley, Michigan is an article from American Anthropologist, Volume 3. View more articles from American.

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HARLAN I. SMITH. SAGINAW RIVER VALLEY. Search for more papers by this author. First published: October‐December Cited by: 1. He was the first inhabitant of Saginaw valley to make any permanent archeologic records.

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McCormick informed the writer that there were traces of ancient cornfields at Melbourne. Carrollton Graves.-At Carrollton, on the west bank of Sagi. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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Cite this Record. Saginaw Valley Archaeology: a Review. James E. Fitting. (tDAR id: ). We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Selected pages. Page Trail from southwest Michigan to Saginaw and the north.-A trail about which there is uncertainty as to its exact course for a part of the way led from the southwestern part of the state to the Saginaw River.

One is able to speak more securely of its precise course north of Saginaw. The Michigan Archaeological Society’s publication is called The Michigan Archaeologist. It features site and artifact reports, articles and book reviews on prehistoric and historic archaeology by both professional and avocational archaeologist authors in approximately published pages per year.Michigan Archaeological Society We invite you to join us and enjoy studying the fascinating archaeological record of Michigan's past.

Menu. About Membership; About Us. MTCH Saginaw Valley Chapter. Chapter Meetings. PM the first Thursday of the month. Castle Museum.People are often surprised to learn that Michigan has a rich archaeological record of more t years of human occupation.

The Saginaw Valley is an important source of information about these early residents who left an extensive and varied record of their presence.