2 edition of Belcher Mound found in the catalog.
Clarence H. Webb
|Series||Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology,, no. 16|
|LC Classifications||E51 .S7 no. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 212 p.|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||59003189|
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The Belcher Mound: A Stratified Caddoan Site in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. (Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology.
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Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The Belcher Mound, Issue Clarence H. Webb. Society for American Archaeology, - Caddo Parish (La.) - pages. 0 Reviews. Aerial view of the Belcher region 4. Plan of the Belcher Mound site 5.
Plan of the excavations, 6. Plan of the excavations, 7. Aerial view of the Belcher Mound site in 8. North-south profiles through Mound A, Mound B, and the village area north of Mound B 9.
16, The Belcher Mound: A Stratified Caddoan Site in Caddo Parish, Louisiana (), pp. iii-xiii, ( pages). Cite this Record. Belcher Mound. Clarence H. Webb. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology,1. Salt Lake City: Unknown. (tDAR id: ).
The Belcher Mound Site (16CD13) is an archaeological site in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. It is located in the Red River Valley 20 miles north of Shreveport and about one-half mile east of the town of Belcher, Louisiana.
It was excavated by Clarence H. Webb from to The site gives its name to a local phase of the Caddoan Mississippian culture, the Belcher Phase, which radiocarbon dates.
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Radiocarbon dates at the site and comparisons with other cultures suggest that the Belcher Focus began about A.D. and lasted into the seventeenth century. During its beginning, Belcher culture probably overlapped and. The Belcher family in England and America comprehending a period of seven hundred and sixty-five years, with particular reference to the descendants of Adam Belcher of Southfields, Orange County, New York This edition published in in Detroit, Mich.
Richard Belcher, Jr. was born about Inon the south side of Little Mountain on Turkey Gap Creek, 28 acres North Fork of Holstein River to the Corner of Belcher's former survey. On ApRichard had acres on both sides of the North Fork of the. “A Caddo mound and village dating between approximately & A.
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The Belcher mound: a stratified Caddoan site in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Memoirs of the Society fi)r American Archaeology The Smithport Landing site: an Alto Focus component in De Soto Parish, Louisiana.
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Site description. The site consisted of a 16 feet (5 m) high and feet (73 m) wide platform mound, with a large associated village surrounded by a palisade. • Belcher Mound. Because he lived in Shreveport, Webb had long known about the Caddo culture.
Located in Caddo Parish, Louisiana, Belcher Mound was excavated by Webb along with some friends and volunteers over five years on weekends. The team spent nearly a decade on the excavation and reporting on this mound. . The Belcher Mound, A Stratified Caddoan Site in Caddo Parish, Louisiana.
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Brookes, Pricilla M. Lowrey, and Samuel O. McGahey (page images at. Hernando de Soto, the Spanish conquistador who in traversed what became the southeast United States, encountered many different mound-builder peoples, perhaps descendants of the great Mississippian mound-building tradition was still alive in the southeast during the mid-sixteenth century.
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