“The Grand Village of the Natchez Indians Was Indeed Grand: A Reconsideration of the Fatherland Site Landscape,” by Dr. Brown

Please find attached a book chapter that Dr. Brown co-authored with Vincas P. Steponaitis titled, “The Grand Village of the Natchez Indians Was Indeed Grand: A Reconsideration of the Fatherland Site Landscape.” It is published in a new Alabama Press book. In Forging Southeastern Identities: Social Archaeology, Ethnohistory, and Folklore of the Mississippian to Early […]

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Paul Eubanks and Dr. Ian Brown publish “Certain Trends in Eastern Woodlands Salt Production Technology”

Recent PhD Paul Eubanks and Dr. Ian W. Brown publish “Certain Trends in Eastern Woodlands Salt Production Technology” in Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology (Vol. 40 No. 3, Fall, 2015, 231–256. Abstract: From the Late Woodland period until the end of the eighteenth century, the American Indians of the Eastern Woodlands produced salt by evaporating brine in ceramic […]

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Dr. Ian Brown publishes “Plaquemine Culture Pottery from the Great Ravine at the Anna Site (22AD500), Adams County, Mississippi”

Dr. Ian W. Brown published “Plaquemine Culture Pottery from the Great Ravine at the Anna Site (22AD500), Adams County, Mississippi” in Exploring Southeastern Archaeology, edited by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock (2015, University Press of Mississippi). Brown 2015 Plaquemine CulturePottery from the Great Ravine at the Anna Site […]

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