Ancient Roots I: the Indigenous People and Architecture of the Southern Highlands
"The study area included the Appalachian Summit-west of Craggy Knob, NC; the Appalachian Ridge & Valley Province-southof the Holston River; and the upper Piedmont of the Carolinas and Georgia. Whenever possible, the author used Native American names for ethnic groups, cultural pahses and settlement sites." - abstract.
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