Early Ceramic Population Lifeways and Adaptive Strategies in the Caribbean
Peter E. Siegel
British Archaeological Reports Limited, 1989 - Social Science - 418 pages
Papers from a symposium at the SAA meeting at Phoenix, Arizona in 1988. Here published under the auspices of the Centro de Investigaciones Indigenas de Puerto Rico. They are grouped as follows: Regional Settlement Patterns and Subsistence Adaptations (7); Volcanism and Archaeology (1); Site Structure and Community Organization (2); Ceramic Style, Population Movement, and Interaction (3); and a concluding Commentary.
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SALADOID SETTLEMENT PATTERNS ON ST CROIX
PREHISTORIC CERAMIC POPULATION LIFEWAYS AND ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES
ENVIRONMENTAL DIVERSITY AND MARITIME ADAPTATIONS
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adaptation adorno Alegria American Amerindian analysis Anthropology Antillean Arawak archaeological Archaic age artifacts assemblages Barbados Barbados Museum Barrancoid bivalves burial Caribbean Archaeology Cedrosan Saladoid Chanlatte chiefdoms CIIPR coast collections complex context Croix Cuevas decoration deposits ethnographic Eustatius evidence excavations faunal Figure Fond Brule frontier Greater Antilles groups Hacienda Hacienda Grande phase Hacienda Grande style Horizon Hueca Hueca style Indian Creek interaction International Congress Keegan Lesser Antilles linear incised located lowland mainland Maisabel maize marine Martinique material culture Mattioni midden mounded middens occupation optimal foraging theory Ostionoid painted paper pattern Plinian eruption population postholes pottery Pre-Columbian Pre-Columbian Cultures prehistoric Puerto Rico Punta Candelero radiocarbon dates reconstruction reefs Rodriguez Rouse Rouse's Saladoid subseries samples settlement shell sherds Shipibo Siegel social Society Sorce South structure subsistence suggest Taino terrestrial University vessel form Vieques Virgin Islands volcanic Waiwai West Indies ZIC ware