Table of contents for The archeology of New Hampshire : exploring 10,000 years in the Granite State / David R. Starbuck.

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Preface	oo
Note on the Text	oo
Introduction: The History of Archeological Research in New Hampshire	1
H Howard Sargent (1922/1993), an Early Professional	00
H Solon B. Colby (1900/1971), an Early Explorer	00
H Dr. Gary Hume, New Hampshire's First State Archeologist (1976/2002)	00
H Antonett Howe (1937/1992), an Avocational Archeologist for Our Time	00
Part I. The First People of New Hampshire	00
Chapter 1.	The Paleo-Indian Period: The Big-Game Hunters	00
Chapter 2.	The Archaic Period: A Time of Settling In	00
Chapter 3.	The Woodland Period: The Rise of Village Life	00
Chapter 4.	The Contact Period	00
Part II. The Historical Period in New Hampshire	00
Chapter 5.	Historical Archeology	00
H America's Stonehenge	00
Chapter 6.	Industrial Archeology	00
H The Northern New England Chapter, Society for Industrial Archeology	00
Chapter 7.	Marine Archeology	00
H Dr. David Switzer, New Hampshire's Distinguished Marine Archeologist	00
Epilogue:	So, You Want to Be an Archeologist?	00
Appendixes	00
Appendix 1.	Where to Go for Further Information	00
Appendix 2.	Locations of Archeological Collections in New Hampshire	00
By Patricia W. Hume and Donald Foster (1994); Revised by Patricia W. Hume (2005)
Appendix 3.	New Hampshire Archeological Sites Listed on the National Register of Historic Places	00
Appendix 4.	Selected Projectile Points from the Colby Collection	00
Illustrated by Ellen Pawelczak
Glossary	00
Bibliography	00
Index	00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

New Hampshire -- Antiquities.
Indians of North America -- New Hampshire -- Antiquities.