Finding a fishhook in an archaeological site is rare whether underwater or from a terrestrial site…. as are many of the cultural belongings found in these galleries… stay tuned for more updates!
Dunbar, James. 2016. Paleoindian Societies of the Coastal Southeast. University Press of Florida.
Hemmings, C. Andrew. 1999. The Paleoindian and early Archaic Tools of Sloth Hole (8Je121): An Inundated site in the Lower Aucilla River, Jefferson County, Florida. University of Florida.
Jefferies, Richard W. 1997. Middle Archaic Bone Pins: Evidence of Mid-Holocene Regional Scale Social Groups in the Southern Midwest. American Antiquity 62(3):464-487.
Moore, Christopher R. 2010. A Macroscopic Investigation of Technology Style and the Production of Middle to Late Archaic Fishhooks at the Chiggerville, Read, and Baker Sites, Western Kentucky. Southeastern Archaeology 29(1):197-221. [Link to article]
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