1 edition of The human occupation along the Steel Creek floodplain found in the catalog.
The human occupation along the Steel Creek floodplain
Glen T. Hanson
by Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Glen T. Hanson, Jr., Richard D. Brooks and John W. White. --|
|Series||Research manuscript series / Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina -- no. 173, Research manuscript series -- 173.|
|Contributions||University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
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The Human Occupation Along the Steel Creek Floodplain: Results of an Intensive Archeological Survey for the L Area Reactivation Project, Savannah River Plant, Barnwell County, South Carolina Authors Glen T. Hanson by: 1. Just before midnight on Mathe St. Francis Dam, a twenty-story-high concrete structure just fifty miles north of Los Angeles, suddenly collapsed, releasing a devastating flood that roared fifty-four miles to the Pacific Ocean, destroying everything in its path.
It was a horrific catastrophe, yet one which today is virtually forgotten/5(). The Human Occupation Along the Steel Creek Floodplain: Results of an Intensive Archeological Survey for the L Area Reactivation Project, Savannah River Plant, Barnwell County, South Carolina.
Glen T. Hanson, Jr., Richard D. Brooks, John H. by: 1. human occupation of the central Alaska Peninsula. In other parts of the peninsula and throughout southwest Alaska researchers have used a variety of methods to estimate the age of. Floods occur most commonly when water from heavy rainfall, from melting ice and snow, or from a combination of these exceeds the carrying capacity of the river system, lake, or the like into which it runs.
Usually the combined flow of several water-swollen tributaries causes flooding along a river bank or. period, along with continued occupation of rock-shelters’. After BP, during a period of intensive burning on freshwater floodplains including the Magela system (Clark et al.
), an occupation shift occurred away from some rockshelters (e.g. Nawamoyn, Madjedbebe and Ngarradj Warde Djobkeng). Along with the human burials, 18 dog burials were uncovered at the Eva site.
The Eva site's inhabitants. While Clovis points and other Paleo-Indian artifacts have been found along the Tennessee River in Benton County, major occupation of the site didn't begin until around BC during the Middle Archaic period. Substantial occupation continued at Eva until at least BC and possibly as late as nates: 36°4′″N 87°58′″W.
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