David G. Anderson, Lynne P. Sullivan
For the past year a number of us have been preparing a synthesis of Tennessee Archaeology, in a graduate seminar at UT that resulted in a session at the recent SEAC meetings in Knoxville. The chapters are now being completed in draft form, and are being posted to this site as received and as they are revised.
We need your help! Please offer comments or content about the draft chapters posted here!
We are committed to moving forward, and plan to submit this volume to the UT Press for review this year, ideally by summer. Nothing is set in stone yet, however. We envision adding one or more chapters in the Perspectives section, and we are open to changes in any portions of the text.
If you are interested in participating in this project, feel free to contact the authors of individual chapters by email, or either of us.
Tennessee Archaeology: A Synthesis
DRAFT TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1 BACKGROUND
03. The Setting: Physiography, Past and Present Environment and Resource Structure
Scott Meeks (email@example.com), Jeremy Sweat (firstname.lastname@example.org); Heather Welborn (email@example.com); S. Annie Blankenship (firstname.lastname@example.org), Jonathan D. Baker (email@example.com)
SECTION II HUNTER-GATHERERS (PALEOINDIAN/ARCHAIC)
05. Hunter-Gatherers in Transition: Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic Adaptations in Tennessee
Katherine McMillan (firstname.lastname@example.org), D. Shane Miller (email@example.com), Juliette Vogel (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Jonathan D. Baker (email@example.com)
SECTION III HORTICULTURALISTS (WOODLAND)
09. Late Woodland/Mississippian Transition
Stephen J. Yerka (firstname.lastname@example.org), Heather Welborn (email@example.com), Elizabeth A. DiGangi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Clay Barry (email@example.com), S. Annie Blankenship (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Kandace R. Hollenbach (email@example.com)
SECTION IV AGRICULTURALISTS (MISSISSIPPIAN)
Section IV. References Cited
SECTION V HISTORIC (CONTACT ERA/HISTORIC ERA)
13. Contact through Early Federal Period (1540-1810 AD)
Dan Brock (firstname.lastname@example.org); Elizabeth P. Cahill (email@example.com), Samuel Avery-Quinn (firstname.lastname@example.org), Kimberly Wren (email@example.com), and S. Annie Blankenship (firstname.lastname@example.org)
14. Jacksonian Era/Statehood (1810-1860)
16. New South (1866-present)
SECTION VI PERSPECTIVES
18. References Cited