1 edition of Studies in Kentucky archaeology found in the catalog.
Studies in Kentucky archaeology
|Statement||edited by Charles D. Hockensmith.|
|LC Classifications||E78.K3 S78 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||92620674|
Archaeological studies in the New World that tie Book of Mormon places and peoples to real world locations and civilizations are incredibly difficult since there are generally no landmarks defined in the Book of Mormon that can unambiguously identify real world locations. Generally non-Mormon archaeologists do not consider there to be any. American Studies at UK. The American Studies program at the University of Kentucky offers undergraduates a unique opportunity to study the histories, politics, and cultures of the United States from an interdisciplinary perspective.
The proclamation credits the Kentucky Office of State Archaeology, located within UK's Department of Anthropology, and the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office for maintaining an extensive and growing database of thousands of archaeological sites across the state. Anthropological Archaeology at the University of Kentucky. The primary regional focus of the department's archaeology program is on the Americas, especially Eastern and Midwestern U.S. and Mesoamerica. Current students, however, are also engaged in research in the Southwestern U.S., Southern Plains, and both lowland and highland South America.
The Red River Museum and Historical Society is a gem of Kentucky history and archaeology hidden in Clay City, Powell County, Kentucky. The museum is housed in the Clay City National Bank Building, which is on the National Register of Historical Places. Several schools offer free online courses in archaeology, largely through the OpenCourseWare projects of these institutions. Students can acquire introductory knowledge of archaeological methods.
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This book, an edited volume of articles on research done both during the WPA era and recently along the Middle Green River region in Kentucky, is a very important addition to the library of anyone interested in Southeastern archaeology, for several reasons.5/5(2). I live in Kentucky and I'm into archaeology, so this book was a no-brainer for me.
This text explains the various periods of Kentucky's previous inhabitants from the Paleoindians to The Late Woodland and beyond.
How to identify flint tools by crafting sophistication, shapes and styles. And, likewise with pottery, atlatl hooks, pipes, etc/5. Kentucky Archaeology Kentucky’s rich archaeological heritage spans thousands of years, and the Commonwealth remains fertile ground for study of the people who inhabited the midcontinent before, during, and after European settlement.
Kentucky's rich archaeological heritage spans thousands of years, and the Commonwealth remains fertile ground for study of the people who inhabited the midcontinent before, during, and after European settlement.
This long-awaited volume brings together the most recent research on Kentucky's prehistory and early history, presenting both an accurate descriptive and an authoritative. The book's many graphic elements -- maps, artifact drawings, photographs, and village plans -- combined with a straightforward and readable text, provide a format that will appeal to the general reader as well as to students and specialists in other fields who wish to learn more about Kentucky's archaeology.
Barry Lewis is associate professor of archaeology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a past president of the Illinois Archaeological survey.
He has been actively involved in archaeological research in Kentucky since Summary. The Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage Series presents new scientific research conducted across the Commonwealth by scholars in the fields of archaeology, anthropology and on-going series is produced by Voyageur Media Group, Inc.
for the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Folk Studies & Anthropology Department, Western Kentucky University. THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF KENTUCKY: AN UPDATE VOLUME ONE Edited by David Pollack of awarding a survey and planning grant to the University of Kentucky in This study defined the seven management areas used in the prehistoric overviews (chapters ) and Kentucky archaeology, his unfailing patience and good humor, and his skills in editing and.
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The largest annual public archaeology event in Kentucky, Living Archaeology Weekend, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT Saturday, Sept. 21, at Gladie Visitor Center in the Red River Gorge area of Daniel Boone National Forest.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This is no ordinary archaeological report, it is one that brings the past intimately to life. Prehistoric Maori Fortifications, Aileen Fox. A short but readable book that describes the earthwork fortifications constructed by Maoris in the north island of New Zealand between The book's many graphic elements - maps, artifact drawings, photographs, and village plans - combined with a straightforward and readable text, provide a format that will appeal to the general reader as well as to students and specialists in other fields who wish to learn more about Kentucky's archaeology.
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Kentucky archaeology. [R Barry Lewis;] -- Kentucky's rich archaeological heritage spans thousands of years, and the Commonwealth remains fertile ground for study of the people who inhabited the midcontinent before, during, and after European.
Our department offers an undergraduate major in Anthropology, undergraduate minors in Folklore and in Anthropology, a Master of Arts in Folk Studies, a Folk Studies JUMP (Joint Undergraduate-Master's Program), and a number of General Education and Colonnade courses.
We also are the home of two award-winning public outreach programs, the Kentucky Folklife Program and the Kentucky Archaeological. Archaeology Lesson Plan This activity can be done in your own classroom using the ideas from this PowerPoint and using the Prehistoric Kentucky traveling trunk.
The workshop will consist of a small series of activities and projects to fill a three hour block. There is a list of books provided (slides ) relating to the topic. Anthropology of Microbes and Microbiota, Infectious Diseases, global health, Anthropology of the State, Multisensory Ethnography, Anthropology of Plants and Plant Sciences, Plant Pathology, medical anthropology, Science and Technology Studies.
By Karen Stevens Kentucky Heritage Council Welcome to Kentucky Archaeology Month and our 30 Days of Kentucky Archaeology Blog. September is always an exciting time in the Commonwealth, and not just because of the start of football season.
Kentucky archaeologist Karen Stevens excavating at a shell midden site on the Green River in western Kentucky. find stockading up: a study of pioneer stations in the inner bluegrass region of kentucky (archaeological report ) by o'malley, nancy - COVID Update Biblio is open and shipping orders.
Kentucky Teacher: Click to access the social studies section of Kentucky Teacher, a publication of the Kentucky Department of Education. Listservs: Click to subscribe to listservs, such as KYSOCSTU, for information about the social studies community.If you are interested in archaeology, EKAG recommends finding more information at the Kentucky Heritage Council website (Kentucky Archaeology dropdown), reading books published about Kentucky Archaeology, or contacting a professional archaeologist to learn how proper scientific study helps reconstruct the past.