Means publishes new archaeology book

May 12, 2020

book cover for the archaeology of native americans in pennsylvania

Congratulations to Bernard Means, Ph.D., for his recent publication, "The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania." "The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania" is the definitive reference guide to rich artifacts that represent 14,000 years of cultural evolution. This authoritative work includes environmental studies, descriptions and illustrations of artifacts and features, settlement pattern studies and recommendations for directions of further research.

Means edited and wrote this book alongside fellow academics, Kurt W. Carr, Christopher A. Bergman, Christina B. Rieth and Roger W. Moeller.

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