Title: Hadfields Cave: A Perspective on Late Woodland Culture in Northeastern
Author: David W. Benn
Publisher: Office of the State Archaeologist, The University of Iowa
Publication Date: 1980
In this volume, Benn has gathered data from the Hadfields Cave site
in Jones County, Iowa, to provide a comprehensive reconstruction of
the cultures of Intermediate and Late Woodland peoples in eastern Iowa.
The discussion covers fabric-impressed ceramics; stone, bone, and shell
tools; settlement patterns; and a dietary analysis.
"Meticulous excavation techniques. . . sophisticated analysis
of food items and their caloric values . . . in-depth analysis of the
ceramic artifacts which includes a summary of how cordage was made .
. . Benn's ceramic analysis is more lucid than the majority of the research
that has preceded it."John T. Penman, Plains Anthropologist
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