NATIVE AMERICANS ALONG THE CUMBERLAND WATERSHED
Two Rivers Mounds (destroyed)
Hermitage Springs Site Old Hickory Tn. (destroyed)
Hwy 100/ Hwy 70 Village Burial Site (destroyed)
Brentwood Library Site (destroyed)
Richland Creek Mound (destroyed)
Brick Church Pike Mound (destroyed)
WAC-5 Indigenous Steering Committee
Joe Watkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) Joe Watkins, 1/2 Choctaw Indian, has been involved in archaeology for more than thirty years, receiving a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Oklahoma and his Master's of Arts and Doctor of
He currently is chair of the Committee on Ethics of the American Anthropological Association and a member of the Ethics Committee of the Society for American Archaeology, and has served as past chairman of the Native American Scholarships Committee of the SAA, past chairman of the Committee on Native American Relations of the SAA, chairman of the Committee on Native American Issues of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, and as an advisor to the Council for the Preservation of Anthropological Records. He also serves as a Scientific Advisor to the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center in Flagstaff, Arizona. His book, Indigenous Archaeology: American Indian Values and Scientific Practice was released by AltaMira Press in December of 2000.
Published by the University of Kentucky, this work is a comprehensive listing of over 1,200 archaeological sites of the Bluegrass state encompassing mounds, villages, burials, shell heaps, etc.
This survey locates and briefly describes a total of one thousand, two hundred and fifty-five individual prehistoric sites in Kentucky. In some cases several types of individual remains are to be found on a single site. For the purpose of this summary, each type of individual remains has been counted separately. Thus if a site contained a village, a mound and a cemetery, these have been listed under separate heads.