Southeast US Archaeology

WWW Sites That Address the Southeast as a Region
Prehistory and History Outline: US Park Service
Ancient Architects of the Mississippi from the National Park Service, also: Prehistoric Mounds in The Lower Mississippi Valley
The Mississippian and Late Prehistoric Period (A.D 900 - 1700)

WWW Site Links SE Archaeology SectionKarem M. Strom

WWW Sites Grouped by State: Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia West Virginia

Alabama
Moundville Archaeological Park
Alabama Places of Interest:
Russel Cave National Monument
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Arkansas
Arkansas Archaeological Survey:
Arkansas Archaeological Society
Parkins Mounds Park
Toltec Mounds
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Flordia
Florida Archaeology:
Archaeology Institute at UWF (Florida)
Southeast Archaeological Center, National Park Service
Florida Division of Historical Resources
Underwater Archaeology
Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research
Calusa News Newsletter on Southwest Florida Archaeology
Randal Research Center
South Florida Archaeology
Volusia Archaeological SocietyDaytonia Beach
Lake Jackson Mounds: Large Mississippian Center
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Georgia
Center for Archaeological Services: UGA
Lamar Institute
Etowah Mounds Archaeological Area: Large Mississippial Center
Etowah Photo Map Ocmulgee Mounds : Large Mississippian Center
Garrow and Associates (CRM FIRM)
New South Associates (CRM FIRM)
Carlos Museum of Archaeology Emory University
Emory Anthropology Dept. GSU Anthropology Dept.
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Illinois
Cahokia Home Page: Mississippian
Cahokia Archaeology: Mississippian
Cahokia References: Mississippian
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site: Mississippian
Illinois State Museam
Dickson Mounds :Missippian top states




Kentucky
Native Americans of AppalatchiaTimothy Collins
Essential features of Adena ritual, by R. Berle Clay, University of Kentucky
The Archaic Period in the Falls of the Ohio Region of Kentucky by C. Michael Anslinger
Prehistory of the Upper Cumberland River Drainage in the Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee Border Region by Jonathan P. Kerr
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Louisiana
Louisiana Division of Archaeology:
Louisana Prehistory Poverty Point, A Terminal Archaic Culture of the Lower Mississippi Valley
Marksville : Large Middle Woodland Mound Center
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Mississippi
Cobb Institute of Archaeology Home Page: Mississippi State University
Emerald Mound
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Missouri
e-book Kevin Green's On-Line Supplement to Introduction to Archaeology
MURR Archaeometry Lab
UM Anthropology Department
Index of State Parks and Historic Sites
Trail of Tears State Park
Towosahgy State Historic Site Prehistoric Village - Site of Periodic excavations
Osage Village
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North Carolina
North Carolina Archaeology:
Southern Indian Studies: Index, 1949-1995
First Colonists : Stephen R. Claggett, State Archaeologist (SHPO Office)
The Prehistory of North Carolina: A Basic Cultural Sequence
Projectile Points of the North Carolina Piedmont
A Sampling of North Carolina's Archaeological Sites
Cherokee Archaeology
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South Carolina
South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology:
Office of the State Archaeologist: South Carolina
Archaeological Society of South Carolina, Inc. (ASSC) South Carolina top states




Tennessee
Tennessee Archaeology Net:
Chucalissa Mounds Park
Prehistory of the Upper Cumberland River Drainage in the Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee Border Region by Jonathan P. Kerr
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Texas
Office of the State Archaeologist
Texas Historical Commission
Texas Archaeology at a Glance
Free Texas Archaeology Literature
La Salle Ship Project
Prehistoric Dallas : Southern Methodist University
Dallas County Administration Building Archeological Project
Anthropology Collections at Southern Methodist University
State Parks HOME PAGE
Caddoan Mounds Mississippian
Hueco Tanks State Historical Park
Seminole Canyon
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Virginia
APVA Jamestown Rediscovery : Virginia

Prehistory of the Upper Cumberland River Drainage in the Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee Border Region: Jonathan P. Kerr
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West Virginia
West Virgina Archaeological Library:
West Virginia Archaeological Society:
The Murad Mound: West Virginia
Ennis Mound: West Virginia
Mound Site Overview: West Virginia
Ceramics of West Virginia: Virtual Catalog
Young Mound - 46Ka65: Excavation Summary
Young Mound 46Ka65 : Bibliography
Natrium Mound 46Mr2: West Virginia
Lithics of West Virginia: Virtual Library Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology
West Virginia Archaeological Research Library
Files on Early Native American Cultures prepared for school projects, from the West Virginia Net server
the material on settlement of West Virginia
PrehistoricPeople of the Kanawha Valleywritten by Dr. Robert F. Maslowski -- The Sunrise Children's Museum of Charleston
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Wisconsin
Note: Wisconsin has been included for the Mississippian folks who pushed their cultural frontier to the fortified site of Aztlan.
Prehistory Overview
Milwaukee Public Museum UW Madison Dept. of Anthropology

FUN PAGES ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY

DIRT: Amber's Fun Page for Amature Archaeologists
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Archaeology: Cheryl Nowka
Jennifer's Archaeology Website: Jennifer Hutchey
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