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From the Publisher
"An important theme running through the volume is the examination of social interaction using analyses of the stamps used to decorate Swift Creek pots. These studies make us rethink our notions of social boundaries and interactions and the scope of individual movements in the Woodland period. . . . As a summary of current knowledge of the Swift Creek culture, A World Engraved has no rivals. It should have a well-deserved place on the shelves of every archaeologist working in the region."
—John Scarry, UNC-Chapel Hill
"This substantial edited volume of fifteen chapters makes major inroads toward exploring other variables underlying the Swift Creek phenomenon."