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Circular villages of the Monongahela tradition

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Published by University of Alabama Press in Tuscaloosa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Pennsylvania,
  • Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.),
  • Indian architecture -- Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.),
  • Central-plan buildings -- Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.),
  • Land settlement patterns -- Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.),
  • Social archaeology -- Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.),
  • Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [165]-187) and index

    StatementBernard K. Means
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE78.P4 M35 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 196 p. :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17251417M
    ISBN 10081731573X, 0817354387
    ISBN 109780817315733, 9780817354381
    LC Control Number2006102622


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Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states—known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition—began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around a central by: Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states—known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition—began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around a central plaza. ABOUT THIS BOOK Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states—known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition—began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around a central plaza. Circular villages of the Monongahela tradition. Means, Bernard K. of Alabama Press pages $ Paperback.

Summary: Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states--known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition--began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around Circular villages of the Monongahela tradition book central plaza. Browse this Book on Google Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states—known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition—began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around a central plaza. Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states—known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition—began to reside regularly in Author: Bernard Means.

Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition Bernard K. Means Published by The University of Alabama Press Means, Bernard K. Circular villages of the Monongahela tradition book Villages of the Monongahela Tradition.

The University of Alabama Press, Project For additional information about this bookCited by: Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states-known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition-began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around a central plaza. Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition Book Condition: Fine. Add | $ Description; Details; Fine Clean First Edition Trade Paperback pp. NOT a library copy No writing at all.

Circular ground plans. Round protective walls as well going back in time as well. First Edition. Title: Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition.

Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition Bernard K Means Häftad. The Impossible Dream the papers published here have been integrated into book form to provide information on human activities and the tropical rainforest in the past and present, and on the possible future of the rainforest, in a unique way.

--Bernard K. Means, author of Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition and editor of Shovel Ready: Archaeology and Roosevelt's New Deal for America. About the Author. Amanda L.

Regnier is director of the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey at the University of Oklahoma.5/5(1). See more of Washington Pa / Monongahela River History, and Current Events on Facebook. (46Mg21) village complex in Monongalia County, West Virginia is a circular village occupied during the 16th and 17th centuries, with trade items recovered.

Nearby LaPoe, 46Mg18 is a stone burial mound. Monongahela tradition women favored the. Monongahela Books is an independent publishing company located in Morgantown, West Virginia. It is situated in a 19th-century storefront overlooking the Monongahela River in a ghostly district of town that vanished a good many years ago.

You can still get a glimpse of it, though, on certain turn-of-the-century postcards that turn up now and.

Monongahela Tradition smoking pipes. Fort Hill pipe; Graham Village pipe; Kirshner pipe with bird wing design; Susquehannock Indian smoking pipes. Byrd Leibhart Soapstone Smoking Pipe, late 17th Century A.D. Shenks Ferry Smoking Pipe; Strickler Soapstone Smoking Pipe; George is Waiting: Archaeology at George Washington’s Ferry Farm.

Adena. Report on the Coal Mines of the Monongahela River Region from the West Virginia State Line to Pittsburgh, Including the Mines on the Lower Youghiogheny River, Volume 40 Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition. by Bernard K. Means out of 5 stars 1. Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances.

Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition Author Bernard K. Means Living by the Coins: Roman Life in the Light of Coin Finds and Archaeology within a Residential Quarter of Carnuntum. The Monongahela Tradition is a term archaeologists assign to American Indians who lived in southwestern Pennsylvania from about A.D.

to the s, grew maize, squash, and beans–the later beginning around A.D. –and sometimes lived in ring-shaped villages, consisting of a circle of houses around an open, communal plaza. The Monongahela culture were a Native American cultural manifestation of Late Woodland peoples from AD to in present-day western Pennsylvania, western Maryland, eastern Ohio, and West Virginia.

The culture was named by Mary Butler in for the Monongahela River, whose valley contains the majority of this culture's sites. The Monongahela practiced. a Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

This book presents a modern analysis of village sites excavated during the s-era New Deal archaeology projects in Somerset County, as well as village sites uncovered in the s and the s near Meyersdale, also in Somerset County.

The LibreTexts libraries are Powered by MindTouch ® and are supported by the Department of Education Open Textbook Pilot Project, the UC Davis Office of the Provost, the UC Davis Library, the California State University Affordable Learning Solutions Program, and Merlot.

We also acknowledge previous National Science Foundation support under grant numbers. My earlier book, “Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition,” was a theoretical approach to, well, circular villages—most of which were excavated by Edgar E.

Augustine Jr. and his crews. As you can see, my research has come full circle. E Book () $ d: The Americas That Might Have Been. Julian Granberry. Quality Paper ( Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition.

Bernard K. Means. Hardcover () $ s: Quality Paper (   New Dates for New Deal Excavated Monongahela Villages in Somerset County. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 75 (1) Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

New Dates for New Deal Excavated Monongahela Villages in Somerset County. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 75 (1) Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa. Monongahela Villages. Monongahela villages often consisted of one or more rings of houses arranged around a central open plaza.

A ceremonially or ritually significant post, hearth, or roasting pit may have been located in the center of the plaza. Ceremonies in the center of the plaza may have renewed a community's link to the cosmos. PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGIST. We are now bringing the Pennsylvania Archaeologist into the 21st century with downloadable articles in PDF format.

Files less than 10 megabytes will be sent by regular email. Larger files will be sent via Dropbox or Google Drive. The Ritual Landscape of Late Precontact Eastern Oklahoma curates and contextualizes the results of the WPA excavations, showing how they inform archaeological understanding of Mississippian occupation in the Arkansas Valley.

Regnier, Hammerstedt, and Savage also relate the history and experiences of practicing archaeology in the s. with typical Monongahela Tradition villages. If the anomalies indeed represent a section of a village, the Middle Monongahela village at the Hatfield site would encompass an estimated area of to acres.

In addition, a composite anomaly south of the Middle Monongahela. Means is the author of "Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition" () and editor of and contributor to " Shovel Ready: Archaeology and Roosevelt’s New Deal for America" (), as well as numerous articles on: the Monongahela tradition; New Deal archaeology; and applications of 3-D scanning and printing to archaeology, especially.

Bernard K. Means teaches anthropology and is the author of Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition. “ Shovel Ready makes an original and significant contribution to the history of American archaeology and adds a seldom-noticed dimension to Roosevelt’s New Deal.”—Alice Beck Kehoe, author of Controversies in Archaeology and.

Fort Ancient and Monongahela Tradition villagers often placed their dwellings in circles around plazas. However, relatively few village sites from either tradition have seen broad exposure of their community patterns.

Fort Ancient and Monongahela circular villages were designed according to geometric models used to spatially organize both elements of the built Cited by: 1. Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition is clearly written, theoretically informed, methodologi cally sophisticated, and anthropologically savvy.

The description and illustration of circular statistics alone warrants the attention of archaeologists. This book should interest not only regional scholars, but anyone.

Circular villages of the Monongahela tradition by: Means, Bernard K. Published: () Slave counterpoint: Black culture in the eighteenth-century Chesapeake and Lowcountry / by: Morgan, Philip D., Published: ().

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The. The Rundling was a relatively common village form used by the usually comprises a central, circular village green owned in common with individually owned farmsteads radiating out around it like the spokes of a wheel.

The best examples are now only in a small area of Lower Saxony in Germany near to the town of Lüchow. 15 of these villages have been put forward. They built circular houses and lived in small, circular, stockaded villages.

These were located along the Ohio River and its major tributaries, north of the vicinity of present Moundsville, and along the Monongahela River, north of present Fairmont. Because of the smaller floodplains in the northern Ohio River drainage, the Monongahela people.

Fort Ancient is a name for a Native American culture that flourished from Ca. CE and predominantly inhabited land near the Ohio River valley in the areas of modern-day southern Ohio, northern Kentucky, southeastern Indiana and western West Virginia. Although a contemporary of the Mississippian Culture, they are often considered a "sister culture" and.

The site is also considered in terms of recent methodological and theoretical approaches outlined by the author in the book Circular Villages of the Monongahela Tradition.

Pennsylvania Archaeologist 83(2) Shenks Ferry Radiocarbon Dates, The Quarry Site (36LA) and Village Site Ecology Jeffrey R. Graybill and James T Herbstritt: Twenty. Woodland Period Systematics in the Middle Ohio Valley, Woodland Period Systematics in the Middle Ohio Valley,, Woodland Period Systematics in the Middle Ohio Valley,, Woodland Period Systematics in the Middle Ohio Valley.

Between A.D. andthe inhabitants of southwestern Pennsylvania and portions of adjacent states known to archaeologists as the Monongahela Culture or Tradition began to reside regularly in ring-shaped village settlements.

These circular settlements consisted of dwellings around a central plaza.