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"A true contribution to Southern Indian studies. The volume gathers together many excellent chapters that will become basic sources referenced regularly in ongoing debates and future interpretive work."-- Jason Baird Jackson, Indiana University
". . . Challenges the notion of the current paradigm, which would have scholars take for granted that the coming of Europeans so changed the Indian cultures in the southeast that there is an irrevocable disconnect between the time before the Europeans, and the time after. . . .recommended for those interested in southeastern archaeology, ethnography, and World-Systems Theory."
The Florida Anthropologist