By Chip McGimsey,Mark A. Rees,George Avery,Ian Brown,Kathleen Byrd,Robert Cast,Shannon Lee Dawdy,Paul Farnsworth,Jon Gibson,Jeffrey Girard,Bobby Gonzalez,D. Ryan Gray,Christopher Hays,Aubra L. Lee,Rob Mann,Christopher Matthews,Robert Neuman,David Palmer,Char

Archaeology of Louisiana offers a groundbreaking evaluation of archaeology within the Bayou country, offering an intensive research of the cultures, groups, and folks of Louisiana from the local americans of 13,000 years in the past to the trendy ancient archaeology of recent Orleans. With 18 chapters and 27 exotic members, this e-book brings jointly the paintings of a few of the main revered archaeologists at the moment operating within the kingdom, amassing in one quantity a number tools and theories to supply a accomplished knowing of the newest archaeological findings.

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