Archaic period in North America
The Archaic period in North America is a period defined by the archaic stage of cultural development.
In the sequence of North American pre-Columbian cultural stages first proposed by Gordon Wille...
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Poverty Point culture
Poverty Point culture is an archaeological culture that corresponds to an ancient group of Indigenous peoples who inhabited the area of the lower Mississippi Valley and surrounding Gulf coast from abo...
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Cactus Hill
Cactus Hill is an archaeological site in southeastern Virginia, United States located on sand dunes above the Nottoway River about 45 miles south of Richmond. The site receives its name from the prick...
Mount Nebo Archaeological District
The Mount Nebo Archaeological District is a historic district in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Ohio. Located near North Bend, the district lies near the intersection of Mount Nebo and ...
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Lake Hell 'n Blazes
Lake Hell 'n Blazes (also Lake Helen Blazes) is on the upper reaches of the St. Johns River in Brevard County, Florida, United States, about 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Melbourne. The name has ...
Mount Albion complex
The Mount Albion complex was an early Archaic culture from about 4050 to 3050 BC, particularly distinguished by the Mount Albion side-notched projectile. It was called by James Gunnerson, the best kn...
Poverty Point
Poverty Point (French: Pointe de Pauvreté) (16 WC 5) is a prehistoric earthworks of the Poverty Point culture, now a historic monument and World Heritage Site located in the Southern United States...
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Edgewater Park Site
91°33′25″W / 41.682°N 91.557°W / 41.682; -91.557The Edgewater Park Site is a 3,800-year-old Late Archaic campsite situated along the Iowa River in Coralville, Iowa, United Sta...
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Ash Hollow State Historical Park
Ash Hollow State Historical Park is located near Lewellen, Nebraska. The park comprises two attractions located 2.5 miles (4.0 km) from each other: Ash Hollow Cave and Windlass Hill.
A sprin...
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Itasca State Park
Itasca State Park is a state park of Minnesota, United States, and contains the headwaters of the Mississippi River. The park spans 32,690 acres (132.3 km) of northern Minnesota, and is located a...
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Palatki Heritage Site
The Palatki Heritage Site — in the Hopi language Palatki means 'red house', is an archaeological site and park located in the Coconino National Forest, near Sedona, in Arizona.
The Palatki site h...
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Norwood culture
The Norwood culture was a subculture or subperiod of the late Archaic culture. The Norwood culture was located in the Apalachee region, a forested and hilly part of what is now north Florida and was t...
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San Dieguito Complex
The San Dieguito Complex is an archaeological pattern left by early Holocene inhabitants of southern California and surrounding portions of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. Radi...
Thompson Springs, Utah
Thompson Springs, also officially known for a time as just Thompson, is a small census-designated place in central Grand County, Utah, United States. The population was 39 at the 2010 census. The town...
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Plum Grove Archaeological Site
The Plum Grove Archaeological Site is a multi-component archaeological site in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Tennessee. Located near the town of Jonesborough, it encompasses approximatel...
Ruby site
The Ruby site is a Late Archaic Native American archaeological "game kill" site located in Wyoming. It is located on a dry tributary of the Powder River. The Ruby site is a corral that was used to h...
Norton tradition
The Norton tradition is an archaeological culture that developed in the Western Arctic along the Alaskan shore of the Bering Strait around 1000 BCE and lasted through about 800 CE. The Norton people ...
Hester Site
Hester Site, with two components known as Hester-Standifer Creek Site (22 MO 569) and Beachum-Harrison Site (22 MO 1011), is an archaeological site in Monroe County, Mississippi. It is a multicomponen...