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EARLY WOODLAND IN MINNESOTA

Rachel A. Bonney
Plains Anthropologist
Vol. 15, No. 50, Part 1 (November 1970), pp. 302-304
Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of the Plains Anthropological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25666953
Page Count: 3
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EARLY WOODLAND IN MINNESOTA
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Abstract

A pottery type characterized by a cord-roughened surface, punctates and bosses, and incised line decoration from three sites in southwestern Minnesota is typologically similar to Early Woodland pottery from stratified sites in Illinois (Black Sand Incised) and Wisconsin (Dane Incised). Pending further investigations, the indications are that the Minnesota materials are also Early Woodland and that this may be a fairly widely distributed pottery type.

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