and Middle Tennessee Valley History (Tennessee Valley Authority Publications in Anthropology).
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Krause, R. A. (1988). The Snodgrass Small Mound and Middle Tennessee Valley Prehistory, Tennessee Valley Authority Publications in Anthropology 52, Chattanooga, TN. Krause, R. (1990). The death of the sacred: Lessons from a Mississippian mound in the Tennessee River Valley. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 36(2): 63–98.
Richard A. Krause is professor emeritus of archaeology at the University of Alabama and senior archaeologist .
He is the author of several books and archaeological monographs, including The Clay Sleeps: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Three African Potters, The Leavenworth Site: Archaeology of an Historic Arikara Community, and The Snodgrass Small Mound and Middle Tennessee Valley Prehistory, and is a coauthor of The Tombigbee Watershed in Southeastern Prehistory.
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The Snodgrass small mound and middle Tennessee Valley prehistory (Publications in Anthropology 52. Excavating in museums: notes on Mississippian hoes and Middle Woodland copper gouges and celts, in Cantwell, .
The Snodgrass small mound and middle Tennessee Valley prehistory (Publications in Anthropology 52). Chattanooga (TN): Tennessee Valley Authority. 1996 The Newark earthworks and the geometric enclosures of the Scioto Valley: connections and conjectures, in Pacheco, . New York: New York Academy of Sciences.
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Tennessee Valley Authority, Publications in Anthropology, no. 33. Senior author, with Guy G. Weaver. Chucalissa: Excavations in Units 2 and 6; 1959-67. Calibrated Radiocarbon Chronology for Pinson Mounds and Middle Woodland in the Midsouth. Southeastern Archaeology 23(1):12-24. University of Alabama. The Benton Phenomenon and Middle Archaic Chronology in Adjacent Portions of Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. Southeastern Archaeology 27:45-50.
Tennessee Valley Authority, . The Tennessee River was subject to severe periodic flooding, and navigation along the river’s middle course was interrupted by a series of shoals at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. government agency established in 1933 to control floods, improve navigation, improve the living standards of farmers, and produce electrical power along the Tennessee River and its tributaries. Its jurisdiction is generally limited to the drainage basin of the Tennessee River.
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Tennessee Valley is a generally accepted term for North Alabama, anchored by the city of Huntsville (analogous to referring to Greater Philadelphia as the Delaware Valley). History Brief: The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). YouTube Encyclopedic. Valley of the Tennessee, 1944. Tennessee Valley Fair Knoxville Walkthrough With Bret Michaels 2019 100 Years. Is Chattanooga’s Hales Bar Dam Haunted? - Tennessee Valley Uncharted.
The Tennessee Valley begins in the upper head water portions of the Cumberland Plateau, reaching the lower . Geologically, the eastern portion of the Tennessee Valley consists of many small valleys and ridges within a great valley.
The Tennessee Valley begins in the upper head water portions of the Cumberland Plateau, reaching the lower portion of the Sequatchie Valley. After traversing North Alabama, the river veers northwestward. The larger region is termed the Ridge and Valley Province and the great valley is termed the Great Appalachian Valley.