All you ever wanted to know about Native American fabric types and technology in southeastern North America during the millennium before the arrival of Europeans, with data from the relatively few extant actual archaeological textiles and comparatively numerous impressions of fabrics on pottery. Presents in-depth research on fabrics produced 900 years ago in a village at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, along with an overview of fabric-making traditions throughout interior southeastern North America during the Mississippian archaeological period, ca. AD 900-1600.
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