Significant Patrick phase ceramic assemblages were recovered in 2007 from two adjacent ridges of the Fish Lake site. The assemblages contain a diversity of ceramic artifacts, which provide important information about Patrick phase material culture of the American Bottom. This paper briefly summarizes different aspects of the ceramic assemblages and offers some new information related to the functional and cultural connotation of ceramic objects. Mississippian and Late Woodland groups. A model detailing the place of the Vincennes phase in the broader Midwestern landscape will be discussed.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - 2009|