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Alabama and the Borderlands From Prehistory to Statehood

by R. Reid Badger

Alabama and the Borderlands From Prehistory to Statehood Synopsis

Alabama and the Borderlands From Prehistory to Statehood by R. Reid Badger

Alabama and the Borderlands From Prehistory to Statehood Press Reviews

Consisting of 11 essays, this work is a study of the often-neglected U.S. southeast....Thoroughly documented and carefully arranged with a perceptive introduction, meaningful illustrations, and extensive bibliography. --Choice A useful and attractive book...contains some of the very best thinking on a variety of subjects improtant to southeastern archaeologists. -- Southeastern Archaeology Interesting for the general reader as well as valuable to researchers...provides both synthetic articles and provocative new material and should be read by those itnerested in prehistory and the early istory of the southeast. --American Indian Quarterly

Book Information

ISBN: 9780817312770
Publication date: 30th June 2003
Author: R. Reid Badger
Publisher: The University of Alabama Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 264 pages
Categories: Social & cultural history,

About R. Reid Badger

R. Reid Badger is Associate Professor of American Studies at The University of Alabama. Lawrence Clayton is professor of history at The University of Alabama.

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