THE BULLETIN

@inproceedings{Ritchie2004THEB,
  title={THE BULLETIN},
  author={W. Ritchie and R. Funk and P. Huey},
  year={2004}
}
It is argued that Winney's Rift, a large multicomponent site in the upper Hudson Valley of New York, is not a Mohawk fishing camp as it has been described in the literature, but a village habitation of the Algonkian-speaking "Mahican". Archaeological data recovered from Winney's Rift and two adjacent sites suggest that the site is part of a local settlement system which became increasingly nucleated and seasonally extended at Winney's Rift during the course of the Middle to Late Woodland… Expand