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Gerald F. Schroedl

Gerald F. Schroedl

Professor Emeritus


Research

Southeastern Archaeology; Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ethnohistory of the Cherokee; Historic Sites Archaeology in the Caribbean; Archaeological Method and Theory; Archaeological Resource Management

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Education

  • Ph.D. 1972, Anthropology, Washington State University
  • B.A. 1967, Anthropology, University of Washington

Publications

  • Schroedl, Gerald F. 2006. Chota Village, Tn. In Encyclopedia of
    Appalachia, edited by Ruby Abramson and Jean Haskell, p.743. University of
    Tennessee Press, Knoxville.
  • Schroedl, Gerald F. and Todd M. Ahlman. 2002. The Maintenance of Cultural
    and Personal Identities of Enslaved Africans and British Soldiers at the
    Brimstone Hill Fortress, St. Kitts, West Indies. Historical Archaeology,
    36(4): 38-49.
  • Schroedl, Gerald F. 2002. The Complementary Roles of Research, Cultural
    Resource Management, and Public Outreach in the Chattooga Archaeolgocial
    Project. In Culture, Environment, and Conservation in the Appalachian
    South., edited by Benita J. Howell, pp. 153-169. University of Illinois
    Press.
  • Schroedl, Gerald F. 2001. Cherokee Archaeology Since the 1970s. In
    Integrating Appalachian Archaeology, edited by Lynne Sullivan and Susan
    Prezzano, pp.278-297 University of Tennessee Press.
  • Schroedl, Gerald F. 2000. Cherokee Ethnohistory and Archaeology from 1540
    to 1838 In Indians of the Greater Southeast during the Historic Period,
    edited by Bonnie McEwan, pp. 204-241. University Press of Florida,
    Gainesville.
Gerald F. Schroedl

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