Title: Bison Hunters of the Western Prairies: Archaeological Investigations
at the Dixon Site (13WD8), Woodbury County, Iowa
Editor: Richard L. Fishel
Publisher: Office of the State Archaeologist, The University of Iowa
Publication Date: 1999
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This book breaks new ground in Oneota studies and Plains-Midwest archaeology
in general. It presents a comprehensive report on a 14th-century village
site in northwest Iowa. Highlights include documentation of several
domestic dwellings plus detailed floral and faunal analyses, ceramic
attribute studies, lithic analyses, site geomorphology, analysis of
human remains recovered from the site, and an overview of Oneota in
northwest Iowa. Investigations indicate the site's inhabitants engaged
in bison hunting and maintained close ties with groups west of the Missouri
River on the central Great Plains.
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