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Arts and Sciences
The thesis examines changes in hunter-gatherer land-use along lower Cypress Creek, atributary of the Green River located in west-central Kentucky. Presented, are the results of the firstthree years of site survey and museum work conducted by the Cypress Creek Archaeological Project.Analysis of site location and hafted bifaces suggests that, throughout the Holocene, increasingemphasis was placed on certain locations and areas of the landscape. Comparison of the CypressCreek study area with other areas of Archaic research indicate that land-use was highly variable inboth space and time across the North American midcontinent.
Thompson, Victor Dominic, "DIVERSITY IN HUNTER-GATHERER LANDSCAPES IN THE NORTH AMERICAN MIDCONTINENT" (2001). University of Kentucky Master's Theses. 186.