Table of contents for Illinois Hopewell and Late Woodland mounds : the excavations of Gregory Perino, 1950-1975 / Gregory Perino ; assembled and edited by Kenneth B. Farnsworth, Michael D. Wiant ; with an introduction by Kenneth B. Farnsworth.

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Contents
List of Tables 	xi
List of Figures 	xiii
List of Plates	xxv
Acknowledgments 	xxvii
Foreword: Perino Memorial Volume Origins and Production History, Kenneth B. Farnsworth and Michael 
D. Wiant	xxxi
Introduction: Gregory Perino's Archaeological Career and Illinois Site Excavations, Kenneth B. 
Farnsworth	1
	Perino Archaeological Timeline	1
	Field Data Records	26
	Tools of the Trade	27
	Excavation Methods and Hopewellian Art: A Perino Photo Essay	29
	Salvage Digs "Off the Clock"	31
	The Unwritten Perino Excavations	50
	Archaeological Importance of Gregory Perino's Illinois Mound Excavations	79
	Color Plate Section	XXX
Introduction Bibliography	97
Gregory Perino Annotated Master Bibliography	101
	Introduction	101
	Perino Coauthored Publications	127
Bioanthropology Bibliography: Studes of Prehistoric Human Remains and Mortuary Practices That Use 
Perino Mound-Excavation Data, Della Collins Cook	129
Glossary	141
Chapter 1. The 1955 Snyders Village Site Excavations, Calhoun County, Illinois 	145
	Introducation	145
	Areas Excavated	147
	Featurs Found in Selected Squares	149
	The Ridge Area Excavations	151
	Village Burials	154
	Houses	154
	Pottery Types	155
	Terminal Hopewell Ceramic Variation	175
	Other Ceramic Artifacts	180
	Ground and Polished Stone Artifacts	183
	Rough Stone Artifacts	190
	Chipped-Stone Projectile Points and Knives	192
	Other Chert Artifacts	199
	Chert Raw Material Sources	201
	Use of Mica and Metal Ores	203
	Shell, Bone, and Antler Tools	203
	Food Remains	209
	Endnotes	209
	Appendix 1.1: The Snyder's Site by W. L. Wadlow	212
	The Snyder's Site	213
	Field Trip Report by Gregory Perino	223
	The Second Field Trip Report by William Fecht	225
	A Preview of the Ceramic Relationships of the Snyders Site, Calhoun County, Illinois by James B. 
Griffin	228
	Appendix 1.2: Animal Remains from the Snyders Site, Paul W. Parmalee	236
	Mollusks	238
	Vertebrates	238
	Literature Cited	239
	Endnotes	242
Chapter 2. The 1955--56 Bedford Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	245
	Introduction	245
	Mound #1	246
	Mound #2	247
	Mound #3	247
	Mound #4	247
	Mound #5	253
	Mound #6	253
	Mound #7	253
	Mound #8	253
	Mound #9	259
	Mounds #10 and #11	260
	Log Tomb Between Mounds #10 and #11	264
	Mound #12	267
	Secondary Tomb	267
	Primary Mound and Log Burial Tomb	269
	Mound #13	273
	Mound #14	274
	Mound #15	274
	Mound #16	274
	Summary and Conclusions	274
	Summary of Hopewellian Traits in the Bedford Mound Group	276
	Acknowledgments	279
	Endnotes	280
Chapter 3. The 1956 Montezuma Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	283
	Introduction	283
	Summary of Hopewellian Traits in the Montezuma Mound Group	292
	Endnotes	294
Chapter 4. The 1956 Pilot Peak Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	295
	Introduction	295
	Conclusion	300
	Summary of Hopewellian Traits in the Pilot Peak Mounds #1 and #3	302
	Endnotes	302
Chapter 5. The 1956 Helm Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	305
	Introduction	305
	Conclusions	311
	Summary of Hopewellian Traits in the Helm Mounds #1 and #3	312
	Endnotes	312
Chapter 6. The 1956 Swartz Mound #1 Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	313
	Regional Mound Distribution	313
	The Swartz Mounds	315
	Conclusions	316
	Summary of Hopewellian Traits in Swartz Mound #1	318
	Endnotes	318
Chapter 7. The 1957 Kraske Mounds and Village Site Excavations, St. Clair County, Illinois	321
	Introduction	321
	The Village Site	321
	The Mounds	328
	Conclusions	336
	Summary of Hopewellian Traits in the Kraske Mound Group	336
	Endnotes	338
	
	Appendix 7.1: Faunal Material from the Kraske Site, St. Clair County, Illinois by Paul Parmalee
	339
Chapter 8. The 1962 North Mound Group and Village Site Excavations, Clinton County, Illinois	341
	The North Mound Group	341
	The 1959 Richard North Excavations	341
	The 1962 Excavations	343
	The 1962 North Village Site Excavations	347
	Conclusions	347
	Endnotes	350
Chapter 9. 1967--68 Excavation of the Yokem Site Late Woodland Mounds, Pike County, Illinois	351
	Introduction	351
	Mound #3	353
	Mound #4	362
	Mound #5	366
	Mound #6	371
	Mound #7	379
	Mound #8	384
	Mound #9	389
	Conclusions	389
	Acknowledgments	391
	Endnotes	392
Chapter 10. The 1968 Shaffner Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	395
	Introduction	395
	Mound #1	395
	Mound #2	399
	Summary and Conclusions	400
	Endnotes	400
Chapter 11. The 1969 Gibson Mounds Excavations, Calhoun County, Illinois	401
	Introductions	401
	Mound #1	404
	Mound #2	417
	Mound #3	424
	Mound #4	430
	Mound #5	441
	Mound #6	449
	Knoll A	449
	Knoll B	452
	Knoll C	452
	Summary and Conclusions	454
	Endnotes	456
Chapter 12. The 1970 Homer Adams Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	459
	Introduction	459
	Mound #1	459
	Mound #2	461
	Mound #3	464
	Mound #4	464
	Mound #5	467
	Mound #6	470
	Acknowledgments	472
	Endnotes	472
Chapter 13. The 1970 Joe Gay Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	475
	Introduction	475
	The Joe Gay Mound Group	475
	Mound #2	477
	Mound #3	477
	Mound #4	483
	Mound #5	492
	Mound #6	494
	Conclusions	499
	Acknowledgments	500
	Endnotes	500
	Appendix 13.1: Joe Gay Mound Group, Crematory A Excavations, by Della Collins Cook and 
Ann Palkovich	502
	Description of Excavation	502
	Endnotes	504
	Appendix 13.1: Three Late Woodland Point Types from Illinois, by Gregory Perino	387
	Klunk Side-Notched	505
	Koster Corner-Notched	505
	Schild Spike	506
	References	506
Chapter 14. The 1970 Lawrence Gay Mounds Excavations, Pike County, Illinois	509
	Introduction	509
	Mound #1	511
	Mound #2	512
	Mound #3	514
	Mound #4	516
	Mound #5	518
	Mound #6	524
	Mound #7	527
	Mound #8	528
	Mound #9	529
	Mound #10	529
	Mound #11	533
	Conclusions	535
	Endnotes	536
	Appendix 14.1: Stone Tools Used in Edge-Trimming Preforms and Cores by Gregory Perino
	537
Chapter 15. The 1972 L'Orient Mounds Excavations, Calhoun County, Illinois	541
	Introduction	541
	Historical Setting	544
	Mound #1	545
	Mound #2	554
	Mound #3	560
	Acknowledgments	564
	Endnotes	565
Chapter 16. The 1973 Carter Mounds Excavations, Greene County, Illinois	567
	Introduction	567
	Mound #1	567
	Mound #2	580
	Mound #3	584
	Mound #4	584
	Mound #5	587
	Conclusions	588
	Acknowledgments	588
	Endnotes	588
Chapter 17. The 1973 Apple Creek Village Site Excavations, Greene County, Illinois	591
	Introduction	591
	The Apple Creek Point	593
	Endnotes	597
	Appendix 17.1: Gregory Perino's Excavation Summary of the 1956 Apple Creek Site Dig	599
	The Apple Creek Village Site, Greene County, Illinois by Gregory Perino	600
	Conclusions	601
	Appendix 17.2: Apple Creek Site 1956 Artifact Plates	603
Chapter 18. The 1974 Hacker Mounds Excavations, Jersey County, Illinois	607
	Introduction	607
	Hacker South, Mound #1	608
	Hacker South, Mound #2	619
	Hacker South, Mound #3	637
	Hacker South, Mound #4	639
	Hacker South, Mound #5	644
	Hacker South, Mound #6	644
	The Hacker North Mounds	648
	Acknowledgments	651
	Endnotes	652
	Appendix 18.1: Two Short-Nosed-God Maskettes Found with Hacker Mound #3, Burial #7, Jersey 
County, Illinois, by Kenneth B. Farnsworth, Kristin Hedman, Thomas E. Emerson	654
	Cultural Affiliation of the Hacker South Burials	654
	Radiocarbon Dates for the Hacker South Mounds	657
	A Recent Radiocarbon Date for HRS¡3 Burial #7	657
	Hedman Skeletal Analysis of HRS¡3 Burial #7	658
	Stable-Isotope Analysis of HRS¡3 Burial #7	668
	Conclusions	670
	References Cited	671
Index	673

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hopewell culture -- Illinois.
Woodland culture -- Illinois.
Mounds -- Illinois.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois.
Illinois -- Antiquities.
Perino, Gregory.