A Dan Josselyn Memorial Publication
This facsimile variation of Moore's Georgia and South Carolina expeditions contains an in depth new advent from Georgia's senior archaeologist.
This compilation of Clarence Bloomfield Moore's investigations alongside the wealthy coastal and river drainages of Georgia and South Carolina makes
available in one quantity helpful works released a century in the past. by means of sleek criteria Moore's excavation innovations have been crude, yet his effects have been not anything under marvelous. He recorded facts with care, and lots more and plenty details will be discovered from his works. in certain cases his courses are the single documentation extant for websites that experience due to the fact been destroyed. in a single case, relic creditors had destroyed six mounds at Mason's Plantation—the biggest Mississippian middle within the Savannah River valley—by the time Moore visited the location in 1897.
Moore additionally documented prehistoric urn burials, a ritual generally practiced in japanese North the US yet extra often at the Gulf Coastal Plain
of Alabama and coastal websites in Georgia and South Carolina. within the advent, Lewis Larson discusses Moore's investigations in the framework of the present knowing of Georgia and South Carolina coastal archaeological chronology.