Some articles on early woodland, early, woodland:
... The Early Woodland period saw the introduction of ceramics to Iowa, including Marion Thick and Black Sand types ... Early Woodland Indians in eastern Iowa built large burial mounds in the Mississippi River region, and participated in long-distance trade of exotic raw material ... In north-central Iowa, Early Woodland peoples appear to have interacted more directly with the Prairie Lakes region of Minnesota ...
... The Mid-Atlantic region cultural pattern is found early in West Virginia ... An Early Woodland people from the east began to trade with the latest Archaic people ... Early Woodland peoples established sites on floodplains, terraces, saddles, benches and hilltops ...
... ending with the Early Woodland period ... It has a Late Archaic-Early Woodland period occupation with a minor Late Woodland component ... Heavy Stemmed points, are present at this site, as well as Early Woodland Fayette Thick ceramics ...
Famous quotes containing the words woodland and/or early:
“I already, and for weeks afterward, felt my nature the coarser for this part of my woodland experience, and was reminded that our life should be lived as tenderly and daintily as one would pluck a flower.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Foolish prater, What dost thou
So early at my window do?
Cruel bird, thoust taen away
A dream out of my arms to-day;
A dream that neer must equalld be
By all that waking eyes may see.
Thou this damage to repair
Nothing half so sweet and fair,
Nothing half so good, canst bring,
Tho men say thou bringst the Spring.”
—Abraham Cowley (16181667)