Animals Utilized by Woodland Peoples Occupying the Apple Creek Site, Illinois

Author: 

Paul W. Parmalee, Andreas A. Paloumpis, and Nancy Wilson

Publication Date: 

1972

Museum Series: 

Reports of Investigations

Series Number: 

No. 23
Of interest to zoologist and archaeologist alike, this study contributes to our understanding of the role the native fauna played in the subsistence of Middle Woodland and early Late Woodland peoples living in a multicomponent village in Greene County, Illinois, and provides information about the local prehistoric habitat. Paul W. Parmalee identified and analyzed the molluscan fauna and all vertebrate remains other than the fish. Andreas A. Paloumpis and Nancy Wilson made the identification and analysis of the fish remains from this site. (Also published as Illinois Valley Archaeological Program, Research Papers, Vol. 5, Stuart Struever, Editor.)

Publication Series: 

Pages and Images: 

62 pages, 13 b&w photos

ISBN: 

0-08972-048-1

Stock Number: 

#RI23

Price: 

3.00