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Time's River, Time's River, 0817316140, 0-8173-1614-0, 978-0-8173-1614-3, 9780817316143, , , Time's River, 0817354891, 0-8173-5489-1, 978-0-8173-5489-3, 9780817354893, , , Time's River, 0817381120, 0-8173-8112-0, 978-0-8173-8112-7, 9780817381127,

Time's River
Archaeological Syntheses from the Lower Mississippi Valley
Edited by Janet Rafferty and Evan Peacock

Quality Paper
2008. 566 pp.
52 illustrations
Price:  $49.95 s
E Book
2009. 566 pp.
Price:  $49.95 d

This volume stands as a key general resource for archaeologists working in the region extending from Louisiana through Mississippi north to Missouri and Kentucky, and it represents an opportunity to influence for decades a large part of the archaeological work to take place in the Southeast.
The book responds to a need for a comprehensive archaeological overview of the Lower Mississippi Valley that forms a portion of an interstate corridor spanning nine states that will run from southern Michigan to the Texas-Mexico border. The culturally sensitive Mississippi Delta is one of the richest archaeological areas in North America, and it is crucial that research designs be comprehensive, coordinated, and meet current preservation and future research needs. The authors are well-respected researchers from both within and outside the region with expertise in the full range of topics that comprise American archaeology. They examine matters of method and theory, the application of materials science, geophysics, and other high-tech tools in archaeology that provide for optimum data-recovery.

Ian Brown, Kevin L. Bruce, Philip J. Carr, Robert C. Dunnell,
James Feathers, Gayle J. Fritz, Michael L. Galaty, S. Homes Hogue, H. Edwin Jackson, Jay K. Johnson, Carl P. Lipo, Hector Neff, Evan Peacock, Janet Rafferty, James H. Turner, John R. Underwood, Amy L. Young

Janet Rafferty is Professor of Anthropology and Senior Research Associate at the Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University. She is a contributor to Blackland Prairies of the Gulf Coastal Plain and The Woodland Southeast.
 Evan Peacock is Associate Professor of Anthropology and Senior Research Associate at the Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University. He is co-editor of Blackland Prairies of the Gulf Coastal Plain and a contributor to The Woodland Southeast.

“This will be a critical volume to contribute to the archaeology of Mississippi, the Southeast, and North America that will stimulate vital research.”
—T. R. Kidder, Professor of Anthropology, Washington University at St. Louis

"Written for professional archaeologists, particularly those who will actually be doing cultural resource management work on this highway right-of-way. . . . Recommended. Faculty, professionals."