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Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2014]
1 online resource (243 pages) : illustrations, maps
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ISBN 9780813048734 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9780813049274
Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen series
Print version: Trends and traditions in southeastern zooarchaeology. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2014] xvi, 224 pages Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen series ISBN 9780813049274
Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction / Tanya M. Peres -- "Som times I git a nuff and som times I don’t": Confederate subsistence and the evidence from the Florence Stockade (38FL2), Florence, South Carolina / Judith A. Sichler -- Foodways, economic status, and the Antebellum Upland South cultural tradition in Central Kentucky / Tanya M. Peres -- Shell trade: craft production at a fourteenth-century Mississippian frontier / Maureen S. Meyers -- The dogs of Spirit Hill: an analysis of domestic dog burials from Jackson County, Alabama / Renee B. Walker and R. Jeannine Windham -- Hunting ritual, trapping meaning, gathering offerings / Cheryl Claassen -- Embedded: five thousand years of shell symbolism in the southeast / Aaron Deter-Wolf and Tanya M. Peres -- Behavioral, environmental, and applied aspects of molluscan assemblages from the Lower Tombigbee River, Alabama / Evan Peacock, Stuart W. McGregor, and Ashley A. Dumas.
This volume is a synthesis of zooarchaeology’s history in the southeast, exploring the role of animals in social and economic development and examining the current trends and methodologies used..

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