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This 370 page volume tells, for the first time, the fascinating story of the prehistoric people of Ohio and the Ohio River valley. Profusely illustrated with 80 color plates, including hundreds of photographs and drawings of sites, excavations, tools, projectile points, slate artifacts, rare Middle-Woodland artifacts, and much more. The Archaeology of Ohio covers the entire period of Ohio prehistory from the appearance of the Ice Age Paleo-American fluted point people to the entry of the first European explorers in the 17th century. Written in language understandable by laymen and archaeologists alike.

The Archaeology of Ohio is also available in a limited Author's Edition. Only 750 copies of the Author's Edition were printed and can be distinguished by its blue cover and elegant gold lettering on the front cover. The Author's Edition makes a great gift for archaeologists and enthusiasts!

Product Details:

Written by Robert N. Converse
Binding: Hardcover
Length: 370 pages
Dimensions: 9" W x 11.25" H
Color photos
Copyright 2003 - All Rights Reserved
Published by the Archaeological Society of Ohio
ISBN 0-9744311-0-9

The Archaeology of Ohio

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