4 edition of Archaeological bibliography for Eastern North America found in the catalog.
Archaeological bibliography for Eastern North America
Roger W. Moeller
|Statement||compiled by Roger W. Moeller and John Reid ; edited by Roger W. Moeller.|
|Contributions||Reid, John, joint author., Rouse, Irving, 1913-|
|LC Classifications||Z1209 .M63, E77.9 .M63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 198 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||78107086|
The numerous anachronisms of the Book or Mormon together with the complete absence of direct archaeological corroboration surely explain why the premise that the Book of Mormon is an authentic ancient record of a pre-Columbian New World civilization has failed to gain a single convert among non-Mormon archaeologists. Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield. Johns River south to a point east of the head of the St. The largest city was Cahokia, believed to be a major religious center.
Although his first graduate work was in architecture, he later received a doctorate from Harvard University under advisor Alfred Marston Tozzer. Prepared for Southeastern Archaeological Conference. And so this is a king-size problem, it seems to me, for so-called Book of Mormon archaeology. This leaves Sorenson's theory with serious discrepancies on the issues of directional orientation and the absence of a "sea north" and "sea south. If you have not created your password, go to accounts. The basic California coastal lifestyle, which included shellfish collection, fishing, and sea mammal hunting, was in place at least 10, years ago.
This conflicts with the scientific evidence that the western hemisphere has been continuously populated from at least as far back as 9, B. However, all were to some extent dependent upon Mississippian-style economics. Inciting the lack of specific New World geographic locations to search, Michael D. Beginning from the s onward, Native Americans were encroached upon by European powers seeking a toehold in the New World.
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Jones, James R. New England Historical Association, October. The Journal of American History These relate to artifacts, animal, plant, or technology that critics believe did not exist in the Americas during the Book of Mormon time period before BC to about AD.
National Park Service. Between anda Purdue University archaeologist, Kevin J. In Indian Wars of New England. Inthe Smithsonian revised the form letter and stated that Book of Mormon had not been used by the Smithsonian in any form of archaeological research. Reprinted: New York, Krauss, Setzler, Frank M.
During their heyday, the Mississippian elite presided over vast and complex ceremonial centers, sites that today are called Cahokia, Moundville, Spiro, and Etowah.
Kellar, James H. Linda S. Thus, they claim the term "cattle" may refer to mountain goats ; llamas ; or the ancestor of the American bisonBison antiquus of the sub family Bovinae.
This way of life placed a greater reliance on vegetable foods, particularly the acorn of the oak tree. While it is clear that Archaic peoples did obtain domesticated crops—such as maize, beans, and squash—from groups farther south in Mesoamerica, these were not heavily re-lied upon.
Job's question — "Canst thou by searching find out God? I had sincerely hoped that Book-of-Mormon cities would be positively identified within 10 years—and time has proved me wrong in my anticipation. Some Mormon apologists argue the following to deal with this anachronism: One apologist has suggested that Archaeological bibliography for Eastern North America book "chariots" mentioned in the Book of Mormon might refer to mythic or cultic wheeled vehicles.
But a few random, scattered artifacts are not a basis for scientific conclusions. It shows that the so-called "land northward" and "land southward" are actually oriented along a northwest-southeast line, while the so-called "east sea" and "west sea" are almost directly north and south, respectively, of the Book of Mormon lands.
New York: Vintage Books. Maine Historical Society Collections. However, it does serve an important purpose in helping us evaluate the underlying historical claims which both books make. Yet another serious problem for the limited geography theory is the 45 degree directional skewing that is necessary in Archaeological bibliography for Eastern North America book to fit the various geographic features of the Book of Mormon into the proposed Central American site, and the resulting complete absence of a "sea north" and a "sea south," basic features of the area in the Book of Mormon.
Plains The Plains area extends from the Canadian boreal forest in the north to central Texas in the south, and from the Rocky Mountains in the west to the Missouri River and the eastern boundaries of the states of Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma in the east.
Levermore, Charles Herbert, ed. These rumors were brought to the attention of Smithsonian directors who, bysent a form letter to inquiring parties stating that the Smithsonian did not use the Book of Mormon to guide any research, and included a list of specific reasons Smithsonian archaeologists considered the Book of Mormon historically unlikely.
Interestingly, an article in the LDS Church's flagship publication, the Ensign magazine, offered specific examples of direct corroborations of the Bible, including the Israelite king, Jehu, who is depicted on a carved stone panel of the Black Obelisk of Shalmanneser III, and Hezekiah's tunnel, described in 2 Kings and 2 Chroniclesand rediscovered in His recent book, The Moundbuilders (), is an overview of the prehistoric societies of eastern North America.
An earlier book,The Cahokia Chiefdom ( printed ), covers the development and organizational structure of the Mississippian period society centered on the largest prehistoric mound center in the United States. The First North Americans: An Archaeological Journey [Brian M.
Fagan] on tjarrodbonta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is the compelling and little-known history that Brian Fagan recounts. Who were the original North American settlers some fifteen thousand years agoCited by: 1. North American archaeological periods divides the history of pre-Columbian North America into a number of named successive eras or periods, from the earliest-known human habitation through to the early Colonial period which followed the European colonization of the Americas.There is no mention of a separate bibliography.
Archaeology of Eastern North Pdf, 1/yr. Call number: EA7 Covers eastern North America with emphasis on prehistoric archaeology. No theme or ongoing serial bibliographies. Council for Northeast Historic Archaeology Scope covers historic archaeology from Maine to Virginia.A bibliography of aboriginal archaeological plant food remains from eastern North America: (Research report / Research Laboratories of Anthropology, University of North Carolina) [Richard A Yarnell] on tjarrodbonta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying tjarrodbonta.com: Richard A Yarnell.The AIA is Ebook America's largest and oldest nonprofit organization dedicated to archaeology.
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