Date of Award
Master of Arts
Masters Thesis-Open Access
This research examines the lithic assemblage of the Draper Park site, which consists of over seventeen thousand specimens including detrital material, implying on-site manufacturing techniques. Artifact attributes are analyzed and correlated within the context of the site and compared with known Late Woodland fishing sites. The intensive use of the site and strategic location suggest that it was a fishing station located at the headwaters of the St. Clair River. The site was seasonally occupied from A.D. 600 through A.D. 1300.
Seager, "An Analysis of the Lithic Material from the Late Woodland Component of the Draper Park Site (20SC40) in Port Huron, Michigan" (1988). Master's Theses. 1175.