Cover for Wittry: The Holdener Site: Late Woodland, Emergent Mississippian, and Mississippian Occupations in the American Bottom Uplands (11-S-685). Vol. 26

The Holdener Site

Late Woodland, Emergent Mississippian, and Mississippian Occupations in the American Bottom Uplands (11-S-685). Vol. 26

This volume represents a revised version of Report 84 which was originally submitted by the FAI-270 Archaeological Mitigation Project to the Illinois Department of Transportation. Each of the descriptive site reports presents a detailed summary of the archaeography of a particular site investigated by the Project.

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