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Lithic reduction at 13HA365, a middle Woodland occupation in Hardin County
Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society
  • Michael J. Shott, University of Akron Main Campus
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Article
Publication Date
1-1-1997
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Abstract
13HA365 is an unplowed "site" overlooking the Iowa River in the Greenbelt of Hardin County. A 1994 University of Northern Iowa field school revealed a Middle Woodland occupation distinguished by zones of dense lithic debris, probably the by-products of discrete knapping events. Primarily biface production can be inferred from the analysis of debris size distribution and patterns of covariation in discrete flake attributes.
Citation Information
Michael J. Shott. "Lithic reduction at 13HA365, a middle Woodland occupation in Hardin County" Journal of the Iowa Archaeological Society Vol. 44 (1997) p. 109 - 120
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_shott/53/