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From the Publisher"This volume will become a standard reference for Southeastern archaeologists by filling a void in our knowledge of Mississippian domestic architecture."
—Paul Welch, University of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
"Although archaeologists have been recording houses for decades, with the exception of the flexed pole/rigid pole debate, there has been until now no real focus on what the structures mean or what they can tell us about prehistoric cultures. By emphasizing the importance of domestic architecture, this volume lays the groundwork for adressing this neglected subject in Eastern archaeology."
—David Hally, University of Georgia