Old Stone Fort Archaeological Society - TN.gov

Old Stone Fort Archaeological Society August 2010 The Old Stone Fort Archaeological Society will meet Thursday, August 12th at 6:00 pm at the Old Stone Fort Museum in Manchester, Tennessee. The purpose of this Society is to learn more about prehistoric Native American cultures and the early historic period of Tennessee. We meet on the second Thursday of each month and our meetings are Free and open to the public. Our program this month: Shane Miller who will present

The Topper Site Archaeologist Shane Miller has worked at the famous Topper Site, a pre-Clovis and Clovis age site located on the Savannah River near Allendale South Carolina. The Clovis levels at Topper date to 11,50010,900 years BP, while the Pre-Clovis occupation dates to 18,000 years BP. Topper was recently the focus of the PBS program –Time Team America (see link below), highlighting Topper as one of the most important Paleoamerican sites in the Southeast. Shane is a native of Tennessee and is currently a PhD. Candidate at the University of Arizona. Shane helped compile the Paleoindian Database of the Americas (PIDBA –see link below) and most recently co-conducted the research and field school for the University of Tennessee at Bells Bend –on the Cumberland River (link below). This will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about the regional perspective on Paleoamerican research. Thanks to State Parks Archaeologist Bill Lawrence for his presentation on Reelfoot Lake at our July meeting. Invite your friends and neighbors, see you Thursday, Mark Information: Mark Norton – 615-741-1588, ext.113 [email protected] Old Stone Fort State Park 931-723-5073 http://state.tn.us/environment/parks/OldStoneFort/ Tennessee Archaeology Network http://www.mtsu.edu/~kesmith/TNARCH/ Tennessee Archaeology E – Journal http://www.mtsu.edu/~kesmith/TNARCH/tennesseearchaeology.html Topper Site http://www.allendale-expedition.net/ PBS - Time Team America – Topper Site http://www.pbs.org/opb/timeteam/sites/topper/ Bells Bend –Cumberland River/Midsouth Paleoindian Project http://bellsbend.pidba.org/index.html The Paleoindian Database of the Americas (PIDBA) http://pidba.tennessee.edu/ Clovis Archaeology http://archaeology.about.com/od/clovispreclovis/qt/clovis_people.htm Center for the Study of the First Americans http://www.centerfirstamericans.com/ Paleoindian and other Archaeology http://www.ele.net/

Uniface Graver recovered from Pre-Clovis Level at Topper.


Old Stone Fort Archaeological Society - TN.gov

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