Adena: The Seeking of an Identity

By: SWARTZ, B. K., Jr. (ed.)

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SWARTZ, B. K., Jr. (ed.) Adena: The Seeking of an Identity. A symposium held at the kitselman Conference Center, Ball State University, March 5-7, 1970. (Muncie, IN: Ball State University, 1970). Pp. 182. 8vo, cream card covers, green titles to front and spine. The Adena culture was a conglomerate of many Indian communities that inhabited the Central and Southern regions of Ohio in the first millennium BC. The Adena people lived in villages and survived by hunting, fishing and gathering wild plants. Although the Adena culture survived for many centuries (500-100 BC), much of what is known of themtoday is drawn from mounds. Vg. 30.00

Title: Adena: The Seeking of an Identity

Author Name: SWARTZ, B. K., Jr. (ed.)

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Ball State University, 1970,:

Seller ID: 57334

Keywords: ANTHROPOLOGY ADENA UNITED STATES NATIVE ARCHAEOLOGY ,