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MASS Student Publishes Work

Ryan Sipe

Ryan Sipe, GSU MASS student, recently published a book chapter titled Life and Death on the Ogeechee: A View from the Redbird Creek Village (9BN9) and its Environs. The chapter re-introduces the Redbird Creek Site, a Late Mississippian Village documented in the early 1970’s in Richmond Hill, Georgia, through excavations I conducted at the site as part of a CRM project I worked on prior to becoming a student at Georgia Southern. It discusses the site patterning, material culture, architectural techniques, and mortuary practices of the site’s residents.

Find the full article here:

Sipe, Ryan, 2013, “Life and Death on the Ogeechee: A View from the Redbird Creek Village (9BN9) and its Environs,” in Life Among the Tides: Recent Archaeology on the Georgia Bight. (Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History. No. 98).

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