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analysis of the plant remains of the Hine Village archaeological site in Butler County, Ohio

Alan Forrest Imhoff

analysis of the plant remains of the Hine Village archaeological site in Butler County, Ohio

by Alan Forrest Imhoff

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Published by Miami University in Oxford, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pollen, Fossil -- Ohio -- Butler County,
  • Archaeology -- Methodology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alan Forrest Imhoff
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 leaves typed :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14515841M

    Butler County's boundaries were defined by the Territorial Legislature in It was formally organized 12 years later when the population reached the required The first attempt to settle in this area was made in by the Waverly Town Company of Plattsmouth which built a house along the west bank of Skull Creek, today the site of Linwood. History of Butler Township (Click to view/print an Map of Butler Township - including historically significant locations) Butler Township is located in the northeastern part of Montgomery County, Ohio and lies between the Miami and Stillwater Rivers.

    Butler County Historical & Genealogical Society. likes. Preserving the history and heritage of Butler County, Alabama and its people since /5. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is a United States national historical park with earthworks and burial mounds from the Hopewell culture, indigenous peoples who flourished from about BC to AD The park is composed of six separate sites in Ross County, Ohio, including the former Mound City Group National park includes archaeological resources of the Hopewell on: Ross County, Ohio, United States.

    Butler County Historical Society (1) West Diamond Street, Butler, PA , As the official historical society of Butler County, the BCHS collects, preserves, and interprets Butler County’s historic documents, artifacts, and sites for the educational benefit of the public. The Society preserves and presents.   Ancient Origins articles related to Butler in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page 1 of tag Butler).


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Analysis of the plant remains of the Hine Village archaeological site in Butler County, Ohio by Alan Forrest Imhoff Download PDF EPUB FB2

When Shetrone and William C. Mills, also a mound scholar, wrote their report on the Hine site inthey didn't mention the legendary tunnel. They found remains of prehistoric cultures, not historic Ohio tribes, on George Hine's farm, described as on the Venice Road about five miles south of Hamilton.

the bulk of plant remains recovered from archaeological sites. They include seeds and seed-like plant structures, fruits, wood, leaves, tubers, and so on. But remember that most of the plant parts brought to a site by people will not remain on the site. After all, plant matter used as fuel is burned, people eat the food plants, ani-mals eat the Size: 72KB.

Published on Septem by Alexa Helwig from WKRC News in Ohio. HAMILTON, Ohio | A sacred piece of land is up for sale in Butler County, and the community is trying to preserve it.

Fortified Hill is a 2,year-old earthwork built by the Hopewell Tribe. The hilltop enclosure is thought to be a ceremonial site where members would come to worship.

village site, the only documented site not in the floodplain of a major river. Higginbotham Farm, Burlington County, New Jer-sey. Phase I, II, and III archaeological surveys were performed at Site 28Bu in association with a proposed housing development project in Evesham Township. This site had historic and prehistoric components.

Chances are if you are from Butler County, Pennsylvania you have heard of or have been to The Old Stone House museum just outside of Slippery Rock. The house has been a popular site for local families and schools to tour since it was reconstructed.

Analysis of Skeletal Remains from the Old Town Site (33HS02), A Late Archaic Cemetery in Harrison County, Ohio Paul W Sciulli, Samantha H. Blatt, and Nancy E. Tatarek   Butler County Ohio is full of surprises. Learn more about a ceremonial mound that has been here for thousands of years.

Butler County had. worked with plant remains from archaeological sites from the mountains of West Virginia to the edge of the Chihuahuan desert in west Texas. She received a B.A from Carleton College and M.A. and Ph.D degrees from the University of Indiana, Bloomington. Her dissertation focused on sites.

Abu Hureyra. A site on the Euphrates river in Syria that was occupied during the Natufian and the Neolithic periods. Netiv Hagdud. A pre-pottery Neolithic A site in the Jordan valley that was a village of between 20 and 30 houses.

from Indiana University in Her dissertation on plant remains as markers of cultural identity was published by the University of Alabama Press in An archaeobotanical consultant sinceBush has analyzed archaeological plant remains for projects in fifteen states and Mexico.

Butler County Historical Marker Virtual Tour. Updated on Ma This was first published on April 3, Butler County is full of rich history. We have historical markers all over the county that teaches us about our past. Explore your home and find a new place on the Butler County Historic Markers Trail.

Archaeological evidence of their presence can be found in the freshly plowed fields of many local farms. Another important archaeological site that testifies to prehistoric occupation can be found in the northern part of the county along Wolf Creek.

Pre-Columbian, Archaeological Sites in Ohio Humans have lived in Ohio for at le years. These peoples have left their mark on Ohio with numerous earthworks, petroglyphs, and artifacts including tools, weapons, and jewelry.

Vanport cherts from the Flint Ridge, Coshocton from northeastern Ohio are two principal materials found almost universally on Butler County sites. Pebble cherts from glacial drift deposits are also quite common particularly these secondary souces were used extensively during the Late Archaic, Late Woodland and Late Prehistoric periods.

Of the sites recorded in the PASS files Author: PA Archaeology. Fort Loudoun Site(Winchester, Virginia) Fort Mill Ridge Civil War Trenches(Hampshire County, West Virginia) Considered the best preserved trenchworks from the Civil War. Fort Mitchell Historic Site(Russell County, Alabama) The park features a reconstruction of the stockade fort that was an important post in the Creek War, a museum with exhibits about the fort's history and a collection of historic.

Front Text: One of the few remaining covered bridges in southwestern Ohio and the only one in Butler County on its original site, this bridge was built in to give access to a saw and grist mill owned by James B.

Pugh on Four Mile (Tallawanda) Creek. The wooden frame three-story mill had a foot overshot water wheel to power it.

SELECT LIST OF MATERIALS ON OHIO HISTORY IN. SERIAL PUBLICATIONS. Compiled by WILLIAM D. OVERMAN. This list is the outgrowth of an "Index to Materials for the.

Study of Ohio Histo. Archeological Atlas of Ohio, Butler County map DRC/Manakin Repository Archaeological Atlas of Ohio; Show full item record. Show full item record. Tags. All Tags.

Archaeology in Minnesota Annual Report of the State Archaeologist Fiscal Year i MStaking over maintenance of the archaeological site database, expanding the - determines if osteological analysis should be done on recovered remains.

Prehistory of Ohio provides an overview of the activities that occurred prior to Ohio's recorded ancient hunters, Paleo-Indians ( B.C. to B.C.), descended from humans that crossed the Bering is evidence of Paleo-Indians in Ohio, who were hunter-gatherers that ranged widely over land to hunt large game.

For instance, mastodon bones were found at the Burning. An Investigation of the Distribution of Open Archaeological Sites in the Upper Kickapoo Valley Archaeological District, Vernon County, Wisconsin.

Ben Johnston Department of Resource Analysis, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Winona, MN Keywords: Archaeology, Site Selection, Upper Kickapoo River Valley Archaeology District. The historical society was formed in Butler, Ohio, in and built its museum in This building was doubled in size in to 6, square feet.

Other assets include a restored log cabin and a railroad storage building, both in Butler. It is an all-volunteer organization.Archaeology in Minnesota. Annual Report of the State Archaeologist. Fiscal Year i. or survey an archaeological site in Minnesota on public or private land was required to obtain a license from the Commissioner - determines if osteological analysis should be done on recovered remains.