Smudge Pits and Hide Smoking

From the American Southwest, famous for its pottery, we move to the shores of Lake Superior where the performance-based approach is used instead to explore the function of pit features. These features, given wide notoriety by Binford (1967) in his New Archaeology-type analysis employing analogical reasoning, played an important role in the contact period occupation of Grand Island’s Lake Superior shoreline.


Analogical Reasoning South Shore Late Woodland Bulbous Shape Blacksmith Shop 
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