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From the Publisher"1000 B.C.-A.D. 1000, the proverbial vacuum that Native and Southeastern archaeologists abhor? Well, no more! This volume provides wide ranging, up-to-date, and authoritative coverage of an important period in southeastern prehistory that, until now, has not received the emphasis it deserves."
—James Stoltman, University of Wisconsin
"This volume takes a big step in putting into print the latest and best research on the archaeology of the Woodland period in the Southeast. . . . There is something in this edited volume for anyone interested in the lives and times of native peoples during a critical period in the prehistory of the southeastern United States."