Late Pleistocene Adaptations in the Midsouth: The Paleoindian Occupation of the Carson-Conn-Short Side and the Lower Tennessee River Valley

James Scott Jones
Abstract: The Midsouth has long been known to be a locus of Paleoindian (13,200-10,000 yrs B.P.) populations. Paleoindian populations have generally been characterized as highly mobile hunter-gatherers with egalitarian social structure. Utilizing the theoretical lens of diversification and intensification of resource use, the Late Pleistocene adaptations of the region’s populations are examined from both a large scale or coarse grain perspective as well as more fine grain data from the site level. Previous models of...
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