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ANALYSIS OF EARLY HOLOCENE PROJECTILE POINTS AND SITE LOCATIONS FROM THE DELMARVA PENINSULA

Jay F. Custer
Archaeology of Eastern North America
Vol. 14 (Fall 1986), pp. 45-64
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40914266
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ANALYSIS OF EARLY HOLOCENE PROJECTILE POINTS AND SITE LOCATIONS FROM THE DELMARVA PENINSULA
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Abstract

Analysis of the locations of archeological sites containing Palmer, Amos, Kirk notched, Kirk stemmed, and bifurcate projectile points indicates that there were few changes in site locations and settlement patterns between 9,000 B.C. and 6,000 B.C. An opportunistic expansion into newly appearing interior and coastal swamps also took place during this period. Study of projectile point technologies indicates that the most significant changes in raw material utilization and curation took place between 7000 B.C. and 6500 B.C.

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