The Stony Brook Site and Its Relation to Archaic and Transitional Culture on Long Island (New York State Museum and Science Service, Bulletin 372)

By: Ritchie, William A.

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Spine creased. 1959 Soft Cover. 169 pp. Includes black-and-white photographs and fold-out maps. CONTENTS: Preface; Stony Brook Site: Location; Excavations; Stratigraphy; Features: Pits, Hearths, Burial 1, Feature 12; Artifacts: Orient Fishtail Type Points, Stemmed and Side-notched Points, Lozenge-Shaped and Lobate-Stemmed Points, Triangular Points, Ovate and Tiranguloid Knives, Drills, Scraper (?), Hammer and Anvilstones, Celt (?), Paintstones, Stone Potsherds, Bone Artifcats, Shell Ornament, Pottery; Inventor and Distribution of Artifacts; Food Remains; Age of the Stony Brook Site; Orient Burial Sites: Jamesport Site, Artifacts: Chipped Stone, Rough Stone, Ground and Polished Stone, Stone Vessels, Pottery; Sugar Loaf Hill Site; Artifacts from the Sugar Loaf Hill Site: Chipped Stone, Rough Stone, Polished Stone, Stone Pots, Pottery; Chronology of the Orient Complex; Some Problems and Speculations Concerning Orient Burial Customs ; Wading River Site: Location, Excavations, Features, Stone Features, Typology and Distribution of the Artifacts, Conclusions; General Conclusions; References.

Title: The Stony Brook Site and Its Relation to Archaic and Transitional Culture on Long Island (New York State Museum and Science Service, Bulletin 372)

Author: Ritchie, William A.

Categories: Natural History, New York, Archaeology, Americana,

Publisher: The University of the State of New York: 1959

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 2289194

Keywords: NEW YORK LOCAL REGIONAL AMERICANA AMERICAN HISTORY NATURAL HISTORY NATURE SCIENCE STONY BROOK LONG ISLAND ANTHROPOLOGY ARCHAEOLOGY,