During the last few decades, archaeological investigations at 11 early Late Woodland Weaver sites in the LaMoine Valley of west-central Illinois have produced a wealth of data regarding Weaver chronology, lithic and ceramic manufacture, settlement and subsistence practices, and external relations. This article summarizes those data, the synthesis of which allows for the proposal here of two new Weaver phases, Camp Creek and Crooked Creek.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Journal||Illinois Archaeology: Journal of the Illinois Archaeology Survey|
|State||Published - 2013|