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    African Archaeology Internet Resources
    Algonquian Placenames as Locational Markers
      US - Northeast
    Windham County, Connecticut, Algonquian Placenames as Locational Markers in Subsistence Rounds. Placenames for this project were collected from modern maps, placename references, and the locator file at the Office of the Connecticut State Archeologist.
    ArchNet: Botanical Resources
    Internet links for Archaelogy and ethnobotany with bibliographies of botanical references.
    Signatures of Connecticut Sachems
      US - Northeast
    Signatures of Connecticut sachems approximately dating between AD 1650 and 1725. Collected by De Forest from a variety of primary historic documents.
    South American Archaeology
      America - South
    Internet resources related to the Archaeology of South America. More Archaeology Internet resources (South America) on ArchNet
    Walking Tour of Plimoth Plantation
    Wampanoag US - Northeast
    Interpreting Activity Areas: An Example from Hobbamock's Homesite, In interpreting archaeological sites, archaeologists often look for analogues from living cultures. In southern New England there are no groups which practice traditional subsistence technology or settlement. However, the local tribes have a rich oral tradition regarding crafts, horticulture, and other aspects of material culture.

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