THE COLLINS SITE (3WA1): EXPLORING ARCHITECTURAL VARIATION IN THE WESTERN OZARK HIGHLANDS

@article{Sullivan2013THECS,
  title={THE COLLINS SITE (3WA1): EXPLORING ARCHITECTURAL VARIATION IN THE WESTERN OZARK HIGHLANDS},
  author={S. M. Sullivan and Duncan P. Mckinnon},
  journal={Southeastern Archaeology},
  year={2013},
  volume={32},
  pages={70 - 84}
}
Abstract The breadth of architectural variation among aboriginal societies that lived within the Western Ozark Highlands is poorly understood, despite sporadic archaeological investigations conducted throughout the region. A site receiving renewed attention is the Collins site (3WA1), a possible Early to Middle Mississippian period (A.D. 900–1400) multimound site on the White River in Elkins, Arkansas. A landscape-based geomagnetic survey of Mounds B, C, D, and the surrounding area offers a… Expand
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