The Hoxie Farm site: An Updated Understanding of Upper Mississippian Ceramics

Kjersti E. Emerson

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Abstract

Elaine Bluhm’s 1990 analysis of the Hoxie Farm site ceramic assemblage, though thorough, suffered under a lack of comparative datasets by which to seriate the Late Fisher from the Huber wares at the mixed component site. In the early 2000s, however, large-scale investigations at the site uncovered a Late Fisher fortified village, which provided an unadulterated Late Fisher ceramic assemblage. Using this dataset, we were better able to tease apart the two ceramic components in the Main Occupation Area at Hoxie Farm. In addition, our understanding of the Fisher and Huber phase ceramic sequences has been greatly expanded by these new investigations.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProgram and Abstracts - 60th Annual Midwest Archaeological Conference
Pages45
StatePublished - 2016

Keywords

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